7 edition of Ultrasound imaging for rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region found in the catalog.
Ultrasound imaging for rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region
Jackie L. Whittaker
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Jackie L. Whittaker.|
|LC Classifications||RD768 .W434 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007003351|
Manual of diagnostic ultrasound – Volume 1 4 Properties of ultrasound Sound is a vibration transmitted through a solid, liquid or gas as mechanical pressure waves that carry kinetic energy. A medium must therefore be present for the propagation of these waves. The type of waves depends on the medium. Ultrasound propagates in. Ultrasound Imaging for Rehabilitation of the Lumbopelvic Region; A Clinical Approach. Churchill Livingston: Philadelphia: Whittaker JL, et al. Rehabilitative ultrasound imaging: understanding the technology and its applications. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. ; 37(8): Buchner M, et al.
Ultrasound imaging was used to measure the depth of the abdominal muscles, the width of the midline abdominal fascia and the width of the lumbar multifidus. Results Ten months after finishing oncological treatments, patients who underwent partial colorectal resection reported significantly higher pain levels in the low-back area (P = Cited by: Background The scientific evidence proposed by Ikai & Fukunaga may be considered as a key point to use other techniques different from conventional ultrasound, such as the ultrasound imaging in the physical therapy field. Since the first reported use of USI by physical therapists, there has been a significant growth in ways in which physical therapists are using USI technology.Cited by: 3.
JOSPT offers invited reviews of current titles. The May column includes 5 reviews of the following books: Postsurgical Orthopedic Sports Rehabilitation: Knee and Shoulder; General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System [DVD]; Ultrasound Imaging for Rehabilitation of the Lumbopelvic Region: A Clinical Approach; Under the Skin: Relating Tendon Anatomy of the Hand to Clinical Questions [DVD Author: Donald Neumann. Whittaker JL () Ultrasound imaging of the lateral abdominal wall muscles in individuals with lumbopelvic pain and signs of concurrent hypocapnia. Manual Therapy Yoshihara K, Shirai Y, Nakayama Y, Uesaka S () Histochemical changes in the multifidus muscle in patients with lumbar intervertebral disc herniation.
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Ultrasound imaging is emerging as an invaluable tool in the detection and treatment of motor control impairment. This book brings this technology out of the research lab and into the clinic, providing guidelines for the integration of ultrasound imaging for the assessment and Ultrasound imaging for rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region book of motor control impairments of the lumbopelvic region into daily practice.
By Jackie L. Whittaker - Ultrasound Imaging for Rehabilitation of the Lumbopelvic Region: A Clinical Approach Spiral-bound – April 4, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1). This book brings this technology out of the research lab and into the clinic, providing guidelines for the integration of ultrasound imaging for the assessment and treatment of motor control impairments of the lumbopelvic region into daily practice.
Request PDF | Ultrasound Imaging for Rehabilitation of the Lumbopelvic Region | Ultrasound imaging is emerging as an invaluable tool in the detection and treatment of motor control impairment.
Ultrasound imaging is emerging as a tool in detection and treatment of motor control impairment. This book provides guidelines for integration of ultrasound imaging for assessment and treatment of. Pathway® Ultrasound Imaging System for Lumbopelvic Rehabilitation Includes: One Touchscreen Tablet Computer with Operator's Guide.
One Wireless Mouse. One GP-C01 MHz Curvilinear Ultrasound Imaging Transducer with USB Cable. A practical guide to ultrasound imaging (book review) Review of: Whittacker JL () Ultrasound imaging for rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region. Philadelphia: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, pages.
ISBN 0 9 Topics: ultrasound imaging, lumbopelvic region, Author: Peter Osmotherly. This very practical guide to the use of ultrasound imaging in the rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region has been written by Jackie L Whittacker, a Canadian physiotherapist and an instructor in the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
This book presents the latest information and research on the prevention and management of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. It introduces the reader to an approach to clinical management and prevention based on that research.
This text's impressively thorough coverage makes it an indispensable text for both researchers and clinicians in the field of musculoskeletal pain and.
Although b-mode ultrasound imaging is most commonly used for RUSI, other ultrasound technique such as m-mode, high-frame rate ultrasound imaging, and elastography may provide additional beneﬁts in the assessment of tissue movement and deformation (Whittaker. (From Whitakker J. Ultrasound Imaging for Rehabilitation of the Lumbopelvic Region: A Clinical Approach.
©, Elsevier) Tissue Composition Researchers have found that aging, chronic musculoskeletal dysfunctions, and/or denervation are associated with a decrease in water content and an increase in fatty fibrous content within muscles. Ultrasound Imaging by Physical Therapists In the last decade, there has been considerable growth in the knowledge base that is the foun- dation of neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation.
The stated goal for this text is to present a comprehensive description of the current application of ultrasound imaging (USI) in the rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction in the lumbopelvic region based on published evidence as well as the author's clinical : Peter A.
Huijbregts. Now fully updated with more than 2, new images and new content throughout, Diagnostic Ultrasound, 5th Edition, by Drs.
Carol M. Rumack and Deborah Levine, remains the most comprehensive and authoritative ultrasound resource ng a wide range of medical specialties and practice settings, it provides complete, detailed information on the latest techniques for ultrasound imaging.
Ultrasound imaging of the lateral abdominal wall muscles in individuals with lumbopelvic pain and signs of concurrent hypocapnia Previous studies have demonstrated that this muscle contributes to respiration, postural control of the lumbopelvic region, and influences the continence Ultrasound imaging for rehabilitation of the Cited by: The stated goal for this text is to present a comprehensive description of the current application of ultrasound imaging (USI) in the rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction in the lumbopelvic region based on published evidence as well as the author's clinical expertise.
lated to rehabilitative ultrasound imaging of pelvic floor (levator ani) function. As this is an emerging topic, the goal is to provide a basic understand-ing of ultrasound imaging applications related to levator ani function: the available quantitative and qualitative information, the limitations, as well as how ultrasound imaging can be incorpo.
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Bates (Elsevier, ) 19 MB Advanced Obstetrical 10 MB. Our Victoria Physiotherapists Laura Werner, Jenna Peters and Penny Salmas have completed Post graduate training in the clinical application of rehabilitative ultrasound imaging for lumbopelvic dysfunctions. Continued research highlights that the primary impairment of the muscular system in individuals with lumbopelvic dysfunction is not one of strength, endurance or functional capacity, but.
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The book presents current and emerging techniques, identifies trends in the use of ultrasound imaging, and addresses technical and computational problems that need to be solved.Lumbopelvic dysfunction and stress urinary incontinence: a case report applying rehabilitative ultrasound imaging.
Painter EE(1), Ogle MD, Teyhen DS. Author information: (1)Physical Therapy Clinic, General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital, Fort Leonard Wood, MOUSA. [email protected] STUDY DESIGN: Case by: