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Movement, Stability & Lumbopelvic Pain

Churchill Livingstone Title
ISBN: 978-0-443-10178-6

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Movement, Stability & Lumbopelvic Pain , 2nd Edition

Integration of research and therapy

By Andry Vleeming, PhD, PT, Vert Mooney, MD and Rob Stoeckart, PhD

672 pages
Trim Size 7 7/16 X 9 11/16 in
Copyright 2007
$159.00, Hardcover, Reference

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The human pelvis has become a focus for a considerable amount of new research, which is relevant to manual therapy practice. In particular, movement within the pelvis is now being recognized and studied in relation to its role in maintaining stability in the vertebral column and subsequent implications for the prevention and treatment of low back pain. This important subject area is covered in depth in this new edition. The contributors represent the breadth of professionals involved in manual therapy, from osteopathy, chiropractic and manual physical therapy, to orthopaedic medicine and surgery, anaesthesia and pain control.


"The work is full of amazing facts to ponder."

Robert McWilliams, Structural Integration, June 2008

Key Features

  • Evidence -based focus
  • Final conclusions including perspectives with each chapter
  • Each chapter is relevant and up to date

New to this Edition

  • New high profile contributors
  • Updated references
  • Introduction and closure for each chapter
  • Special attention given to stability and muscle function

Table of Contents
Author Information

By Andry Vleeming, PhD, PT, Clinical Anatomist and Founder, Spine and Joint Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.; Vert Mooney, MD, Clinical Professor of Orthopaedics, USSD, Private Practioner, San Diego, CA, USA and Rob Stoeckart, PhD, Department of Neuroscience, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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