SACROILIAC JOINT DISORDER. ACCURATELY DIAGNOSING LOW BACK PAIN

SACROILIAC JOINT DISORDER. ACCURATELY DIAGNOSING LOW BACK PAIN

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Traumatología
ISBN:
978-981-13-1806-1
Páginas:
181
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
157
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

135,20 €

Despues:

128,44 €

1. The Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Has Been Forgotten from History
2. Basic Understanding of the Sacroiliac Joint
3. Pathophysiology of Sacroiliac Joint Disorder
4. Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Disorder
5. Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Disorder
6. Manual for Sacroiliac Joint Injections
7. Improvements and Prevention of Sacroiliac Joint Disorder
8. The Tragedy of Low Back Pain that Cannot Be Diagnosed from Images
9. Overview of Our Activities

This book focuses on low back pain, comprehensively covering the concept, etiology, diagnosis and treatment for those types of pain specifically caused by sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Particular attention is given to understanding the pathology, diagnostic techniques and useful methods for successfully treating patients. Sacroiliac joint pain, which is one of the most common causes of non-specific low back pain, shows no specific abnormal imaging findings on X-ray, CT or MRI; as a result, it is difficult to diagnose or even misdiagnosed. Further, in recent years the sacroiliac joint has become the subject of growing interest, and innovative implant systems such as iFuse and DIANA are now being developed for its treatment. Accordingly, Sacroiliac Joint Pain offers a valuable resource for healthcare professionals such as orthopedic surgeons, family doctors, spine surgeons, pain clinicians, rehabilitation doctors, physical therapists, osteopathists and patients suffering from low back pain.

Features
• Covers the concept, etiology, diagnosis and treatment of pain caused by sacroiliac joint dysfunction
• Provides essential information on the pathology, diagnostic techniques and various methods for successfully treating patients
• Offers a valuable resource for orthopedic surgeons, spine surgeons, pain clinicians, rehabilitation doctors, physical therapists, osteopathists, etc