TRAVELL, SIMONS & SIMONS' MYOFASCIAL PAIN AND DYSFUNCTION. THE TRIGGER POINT MANUAL. 3RD EDITION

TRAVELL, SIMONS & SIMONS' MYOFASCIAL PAIN AND DYSFUNCTION. THE TRIGGER POINT MANUAL. 3RD EDITION

Editorial:
WOLTERS KLUWER
Año de edición:
Materia
Fisioterapia
ISBN:
978-0-7817-5560-3
Páginas:
1312
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
773
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• Section 1 Introduction to Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction
1 Pain Sciences and Myofascial Pain 2
2 Trigger Point Neurophysiology 29
3 The Role of Muscles and Fascia in Myofascial Pain Syndrome 44
4 Perpetuating Factors for Myofascial Pain Syndrome 55
5 Psychosocial Considerations 67
• Section 2 Head and Neck Pain
6 Trapezius Muscle 80
7 Sternocleidomastoid Muscle 94
8 Masseter Muscle 103
9 Temporalis Muscle 113
10 Medial Pterygoid Muscle 120
11 Lateral Pterygoid Muscle 127
12 Digastric Muscle and Anterior Neck Muscles 135
13 Cutaneous I: Facial Muscles 148
14 Cutaneous II: Occipitofrontalis 156
15 Splenius Capitis and Splenius Cervicis Muscles 161
16 Posterior Cervical Muscles: Semispinalis Capitis, Longissimus Capitis, Semispinalis Cervicis, Multifidus, and Rotatores 168
17 Suboccipital Muscles 178
18 Clinical Considerations of Head and Neck Pain 187
• Section 3 Upper Back, Shoulder, and Arm Pain
19 Levator Scapulae Muscle 199
20 Scalene Muscles 208
21 Supraspinatus Muscle 222
22 Infraspinatus Muscle 231
23 Teres Minor Muscle 241
24 Latissimus Dorsi Muscle 247
25 Teres Major Muscle 254
26 Subscapularis Muscle 259
27 Rhomboid Minor and Major Muscles 268
28 Deltoid Muscle 276
29 Coracobrachialis Muscle 285
30 Biceps Brachii Muscle 292
31 Brachialis Muscle 301
32 Triceps Brachii and Anconeus Muscles 306
33 Clinical Considerations of Upper Back Shoulder and Arm Pain 318
• Section 4 Forearm, Wrist, and Hand Pain
34 Wrist Extensor and Brachioradialis Muscles 329
35 Extensor Digitorum and Extensor Indicis Muscles 343
36 Supinator Muscle 352
37 Palmaris Longus Muscle 360
38 Wrist and Finger Flexors in the Forearm 366
39 Adductor and Opponens Pollicis Muscles 378
40 Interosseous, Lumbrical, and Abductor Digiti Minimi Muscles 386
41 Clinical Considerations of Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Pain 395
• Section 5 Trunk and Pelvis Pain
42 Pectoralis Major and Subclavius Muscles 407
43 Sternalis Muscle 421
44 Pectoralis Minor Muscle 426
45 Intercostal and Diaphragm Muscles 435
46 Serratus Anterior Muscle 453
47 Serratus Posterior Superior and Inferior Muscles 460
48 Thoracolumbar Paraspinal Muscles 469
49 Abdominal Muscles 483
50 Quadratus Lumborum Muscle 497
51 Psoas Major, Psoas Minor, and Iliacus Muscles 513
52 Pelvic Floor Muscles 523
53 Clinical Considerations of Trunk and Pelvic Pain 540
• Section 6 Hip, Thigh, and Knee Pain
54 Gluteus Maximus Muscle 554
55 Gluteus Medius Muscle 566
56 Gluteus Minimus and Tensor Fasciae Latae Muscles 577
57 Piriformis, Obturator Internus, Gemelli, Obturator Externus, and Quadratus Femoris Muscles 589
58 Quadriceps Femoris and Sartorius Muscles 604
59 Adductor Longus, Adductor Brevis, Adductor Magnus, Pectineus, and Gracilis Muscles 621
60 Hamstring Muscles 635
61 Popliteus Muscle 647
62 Clinical Considerations of Hip, Thigh, and Knee Pain 655
• Section 7 Leg, Ankle, and Foot Pain
63 Tibialis Anterior Muscle 666
64 Fibularis Longus, Brevis, and Tertius Muscles 674
65 Gastrocnemius Muscle 687
66 Soleus and Plantaris Muscles 697
67 Tibialis Posterior Muscle 709
68 Long Toe Extensor Muscles 718
69 Long Toe Flexor Muscles 726
70 Intrinsic Muscles of the Foot 734
71 Clinical Considerations of Leg, Ankle, andFoot Pain 748
• Section 8 Treatment Considerations for Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction
72 Trigger Point Injection and Dry Needling 757
73 Manual Therapy Considerations 833
74 Therapeutic Exercise Considerations 843
75 Therapeutic Modality Considerations 850
76 Postural Considerations 867
77 Footwear Considerations 891

This new edition of Travell, Simons & Simons' groundbreaking work reflects the latest research and best practices associated with trigger points and updates the iconic pain point images that set the standard in the field. New lead editor Joseph M. Donnelly draws on his experience as both educator and physical therapy practitioner to integrate an evidence-based approach into this critical text. In addition, the new edition consolidates information to create a more intuitive user experience and features a completely new full color design to bring concepts to life.
• eBook available. Fast, smart, and convenient, today’s eBooks can transform learning. These interactive, fully searchable tools offer 24/7 access on multiple devices, the ability to highlight and share notes, and much more.
• NEW! Consolidated: The previous edition’s two volumes– Upper Extremities and Lower Extremities—have been consolidated into one accessible book.
• NEW! Updated research from around the world and coverage of the most current evidence-based treatments prepare readers for practice.
• UPDATED!More integrated presentation. Information on pain is now better integrated with information on pain treatment.
• UPDATED! In-text learning aids integrated throughout the text, including learning objectives, case studies, and Q&As, help students master the material and apply it to practice.
• Online Patient Handouts help students identify and treat myofascial pain via trigger points.