By Donald L. McCabe
This can be a uncomplicated textbook at the philosophy and use of manipulation commonly clinical perform. the 1st part introduces manipulation and the fundamental and physiological and anatomical foundations for manipulation. the second one part exhibits intimately how one can use scientific manipulation in areas of the pinnacle, neck, thorax, higher extremity, torso, reduce extremity, and fascia, and self-help manipulative remedies. Over 250 tremendously superb drawings of anatomy and therapy methods illustrate all key anatomical gains and manipulation innovations.
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W h e n a m u s c l e c o n t r a c t s , t h e origin t e n d s t o b e s t a t i o n a r y s o t h a t t h e m u s c l e contracting action is towards the origin attachment. Corrective manipulation may be done with: direct force against the resistance; indirect force away from the restriction; or by exaggeration of the resistance. Activating forces may be extrinsic, intrinsic, or both. Extrinsic force may be applied in a number of ways, such as: 31 BASIC CLINICAL MANIPULATION (1) H i g h velocity, low amplitude thrust; (2) Low velocity, high amplitude as a lever action; (3) Articular pressure without a thrust; (4) Gravity; (5) F a s c i a l tension or torsion; and (6) E x t e r n a l supportive measures such as pads, lifts, straps, tape, etc.
6 ) . Do both sides and c h e c k the sacroiliac landmarks. 6 Prone testing for acetabular and sacroiliac motion (posterior left sacroiliac lesion) (8) In all areas, c h e c k for ligamentous tension and restrictions of m o t i o n . C o m p a r e b i l a t e r a l l y t h e soft t i s s u e m a s s e s o f t h e sacrospinalis in all areas, the lumbodorsal transition, the set of the scapulae, the curvature of the spine and the tension of the lumbar ligaments. Using springing intermittent lumbar pressure on e a c h lumbar spine and interspinous ligament, progressively c h e c k the lumbar l i g a m e n t o u s tone and integrity.
Treatment was soft tissue manipulation of the spinal and paraspinal soft tissues followed by gentle soft tissue manipulation of the spinal areas (lumbar, dorsal and cervical) with the patient in the lateral recumbent and supine position. This was accomplished by p l a c i n g the patient on her side, flexing her lower extremities at the k n e e s and hips and then side b e n d i n g the lumbar spine by raising and lowering the legs. T h e dorsum was approached by having her sit on the side of the table, crossing her arms so that e a c h hand cupped t h e opposite elbow and placing her forearms on my chest (Figure 5 .