1 edition of Neck pain found in the catalog.
Title from e-book title screen (viewed Aug. 23, 2004).
|Statement||James N. Parker, and Philip M. Parker, editors|
|LC Classifications||RC936 N43 2004eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource.|
Neck pain is common and can have many reasons. About 20% of people experience acute neck pain. Chronic neck pain that lasts more than 3 months occurs in about 10% of people. Despite many studies the real causes of acute or chronic neck pains are poorly understood. Previously published as two separate books, Low Back Pain and Neck Pain—each considered a classic in its field—the new Back and Neck Pain, 3rd Edition presents all of today's best clinical knowledge on both of these areas in a single comprehensive, definitive volume.
The books major divisions are the types and causes of back and neck pain (includes anatomy), self- treatment, prevention, and working with a physician when necessary. For me, what elevates this book is its simplicity with good illustrations and its very Authored by a physician and two physical therapists, this is a comprehensive guide to one of /5. In Kit¿s first book, `Overcome Neck and Back Pain¿, he introduces a self-service approach to relieve neck and back pain through improvement of whole body suppleness. He demonstrates stretches targeting not only muscles in the neck, shoulder and back, but also muscles in the pelvic area and legs which influence back pain, as the reader will learn/5.
The McKenzie Method is an overall program of assessment, treatment and prevention strategies for back problems and neck problems that is usually best learned with a physical therapist who is trained in the method, by Spine-health. The first of its kind, Neck and Arm Pain Syndromes is a comprehensive evidence- and clinical-based book, covering research-based diagnosis, prognosis and management of neuromusculoskeletal pathologies and dysfunctions of the upper quadrant, including joint, muscle, myofascial and neural tissue approaches. It uniquely addresses the expanding role of the .
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Fixing You: Neck Pain & Headaches is a truly one-of-a-kind book that answers the perplexing questions of why we have neck pain and how to fix it. The reason so many other approaches have failed to relieve neck pain, and continue to do so, is they did not address the largest and most constant force acting on the neck and head--the shoulders/5(68).
For those with persistent neck pain, this book offers a step-by-step guide to self-treatment through awareness, education and easy-to-perform McKenzie Method® exercises.
This comprehensive system for neck self-management provides relief and prevention of common neck pain and by: The first of its kind, Neck and Arm Pain Syndromes is a comprehensive evidence- and clinical-based book, covering research-based diagnosis, prognosis and management of neuromusculoskeletal pathologies and dysfunctions of the upper quadrant, including joint, muscle, myofascial and neural tissue approaches.
Since the McKenzie Method was first developed in the s, millions of people have successfully used it to free themselves from chronic back and neck pain.
Now, Robin McKenzie has updated his innovative program and added a new chapter on relieving shoulder pain. In 7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life, you’ll learn/5(). Treat Your Own Neck by Robin McKenzie is a brief book that describes how to ease your neck pain with simple exercises and posture fixes.
The book covers a number of common activities — sitting, driving, manual labor, and reclining — showing the wrong way and the right way to do them, and why. DMI Cervical Neck Traction Over the Door Device for Physical Therapy Helps Neck Pain, Arthritis, Disc Bulges and Minor Fractions of the Spine with 20 Pound Graduated Scale out of 5 stars $ $ If you have persistent neck pain, this informative step-by-step handbook will help you relieve your pain and prevent symptoms from occurring in the future.
Learn the primary causes of Neck pain book pain and treatments for neck pain, plus a series of simple exercises designed to help alleviate your neck pain quickly and prevent any recurrence/5(1K).
Symptoms. There are different kinds of neck pain. It often occurs in a specific area. The medical term for this is "axial neck pain." Radicular pain, on the other hand, is a type of pain that "radiates" along nerves – for example, up the back of the head or down into an arm.
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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. It is very important to support your neck and shoulders as you read. Hunching forward is almost guaranteed to cause neck and back pain and reduce your focus, concentration and the amount of time you can read.
The proper approach is to sit back with your neck and shoulders supported. About this Book. Chronic neck pain can interfere with your everyday activities, diminishing your quality of life. Chronic Neck Pain: The Essential Guide to Finding Neck Pain Relief helps you better understand the cause of your pain and, most importantly, how it can be treated.
Inside this page book, edited by Grant Cooper, MD, you will find a compilation of the best doctor. The Neck Pain Handbook is a very short and concise book detailing the causes of neck pain and possible ways to cure it. The authors stress proper posture before more agressive treatment, such as medication or surgery, so I felt comfortable reading this book/5.
In This Book You Will Learn: – How to relieve your neck pain – Why you may have hurt your neck in the first place – Activities that can cause neck and back problems Dr.
Brenda Slovin graduated from the University of Missouri with a Masters of Science in biomechanics, followed by a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Life University. “The Home Remedy Book for Back and Neck Pain” includes tips to: Relieve simple back and neck pain; Strengthen your back; Make your back more flexible; Learn what various symptoms mean; Prevent future back pain problems; And best of all, all the techniques in the book are physician-approved, safe and effective.
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Neck pain myths busted here. Chronic neck pain seriousness of chronic pain is often expressed in terms of the hair-raising economic costs of work absenteeism, but it may be much worse than that — a recent Swedish study shows that it probably even shortens peoples lives.4 The stakes are high.
The quality of a life can be ruined, at least. And. A textbook and practical clinical handbook for all students and practitioners concerned with the evaluation, diagnosis, assessment and management of neck pain and cervical headache particularly in relation to whiplash.
Purchase Management of Neck Pain Disorders - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN I presume that you already saw a doctor. If you have pain only when bending the neck forwards, you could read in the bed laying on your belly and hyperextending your neck while the book or the ebook reader lies where the pillow is usually placed.
Healing Yoga for Neck and Shoulder Pain presents simple, yoga-based practices that you can do at work and at home to release muscle tension for immediate relief. After suffering from chronic neck pain for years, author and yoga therapist Carol Krucoff developed the unique self-care program found in this book/5(27).Participants randomized to the self-care group were mailed a copy of What to Do for a Pain in the Neckby Jerome Schofferman, MDThis book includes information on potential causes of neck pain, neck-related headaches, whiplash, recommended strengthening exercises, body mechanics and posture, conventional treatment, complementary therapies for neck pain, and first aid for Cited by: Because the nerves in your neck run down into your arms, arm pain can sometimes be traced back to a complication in the neck.
There are many reasons people complain about the nuisance of ‘a pain in the neck’ but the most common causes of neck pain, shoulder pain, and even headaches can be attributed to prolonged sitting with poor posture.