The Malalignment Syndrome

2nd Edition

diagnosis and treatment of common pelvic and back pain

Author:

  • Wolf Schamberger
    • Electronic ISBN 9780702048357

    Key Features

    • Evidence-based practical advice and guidance
    • Multidisciplinary in approach
    • Highly illustrated with photographs, diagrams and anatomical models
    • Recognizes the importance of prevention as well as treatment
    • Summary and case boxes

    Table of Contents

    Foreword
    Acknowledgements
    Introduction 2012
    Introduction 2002 (1st edition)

    Ch 1. The malalignment syndrome: A synopsis

    Ch 2. Common presentations and diagnostic techniques

    Ch 3. The Malalignment Syndrome

    Ch 4. The malalignment syndrome: Related pain phenomena and the implications for medicine

    Ch 5. Clinical correlations in sports

    Ch 6. Horses, saddles and riders
    David Lane and Lauren Fraser

    Ch 7. A comprehensive treatment approach

    Ch 8. Treatment: Manual therapy modes
    Sarah Stevens and Karina Steinberg

    Ch 9. Conclusion

    Appendices
    1. Sacroiliac joint ‘rotational malalignment’
    2. Sacroiliac joint ’upslip’ (right side)
    3. Asymmetry of lower extremity ranges of motion
    4. Asymmetry of lower extremity muscle strength
    5. Clinical correlations specific to running
    6. Clinical findings: Anatomical (true) long right leg
    7. Combination of asymmetries (1st case presentation)
    8. Combination of asymmetries (2nd case presentation)
    9. ‘The thoracolumbar syndrome’
    10. Clinical correlations to non-specific sports
    11. Clinical correlations to specific sports
    12. Factors contributing to recurrence of injuries
    13. Causes of recurrent malalignment

    Glossary
    References

    Details

    No. of pages:
    516
    Language:
    English
    Copyright:
    © 2012
    Imprint:
    Churchill Livingstone
    Electronic ISBN:
    9780702048357

    About the author

    Wolf Schamberger

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and The Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Center, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada