Health Research Books, 1997 - 182 pages
1932 Manipulative surgery may be defined simply as the art and practice of moving joints for therapeutic purposes. Contents include: the Foot, the Knee, the Hip, Sprains of Muscles and Tendons in the Lower Extremity, the Spine and Pelvis, the Fingers,.
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GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF SPRAINS AND ADHESIONS
THE PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT OF FOOTSTRAIN
SOME NOTES ON BOOTS AND SHOES
THE MECHANISM OF INJURIES OF THE INTERNAL SEMI
SPRAINS AND CONTUSIONS 84
SUBLUXATION OF THE CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT OF
BONESETTING AND OSTEOPATHY
abduction activity acute adhesions affected anaesthetic appears arch arthritis articular attached become believe body bone cause changes characteristic chronic clinical common complete condition considerable contraction cured deformity described diagnosis direction disease dislocation displaced elbow especially examination exercises extension fall feet femur flexed flexion followed foot foot-strain force forwards fracture frequently front give hand head injury inner internal joint knee lateral less ligament limited lower lumbar lumbar spine manipulation massage mechanism ment move movement muscles muscular nature normal noted occurs once operation osteo-arthritis outer pain patient performed position possible postural pressure prevent produced reduction reflex relief resistance rest result rotation rule rupture sacroiliac strain scaphoid sciatica semilunar cartilage shoe side sometimes spinal spine sprain stiffness stretching surface surgeon surgery symptoms tenderness tendon thigh tibia tion toes traumatic treated treatment true turned upper usually vertebra wrist X-ray