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The Malalignment Syndrome
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Table of Contents

Ch 1. The malalignment syndrome: A synopsis

Ch 2. Common presentations and diagnostic techniques

Ch 3. The Malalignment Syndrome

Ch 4. The malalignment syndrome: Related pain phenomena and the implications for medicine

Ch 5. Clinical correlations in sports

Ch 6. Horses, saddles and ridersDavid Lane and Lauren Fraser

Ch 7. A comprehensive treatment approach

Ch 8. Treatment: Manual therapy modesSarah Stevens and Karina Steinberg

Ch 9. Conclusion

Appendices1. Sacroiliac joint 'rotational malalignment'2. Sacroiliac joint 'upslip' (right side)3. Asymmetry of lower extremity ranges of motion4. Asymmetry of lower extremity muscle strength5. Clinical correlations specific to running6. Clinical findings: Anatomical (true) long right leg7. Combination of asymmetries (1st case presentation)8. Combination of asymmetries (2nd case presentation)9. 'The thoracolumbar syndrome'10. Clinical correlations to non-specific sports11. Clinical correlations to specific sports12. Factors contributing to recurrence of injuries13. Causes of recurrent malalignment

Reviews

FIRST EDITION REVIEWS:

'As a clinician, academic, and researcher, I have found the level of detail in this book excellent. The authors and contributors have provided comprehensive material that is well supported by research evidence where available.'Gregory Kolt, British Journal of Sports Medicine (2004; 38: 506-507)

'This is a bright, refreshing, easily-read book, which features a vast number of high-quality diagrams and photographs...the author's coverage of the subject is concise, elaborate and well-referenced...This book is an invaluable reference for doctors and physiotherapists in sports medicine and I am sure it will stand the test of time'Tom Nolan, Physiotherapy (2003; 89: 6)

'...an excellent and highly recommended book that should be found on every practitioner's shelf'David J. Szaraz, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (July/August 2003)

'The book is cleverly written and presented so that enthusiasts of biomechanics can use it as a problem-solving reference book or read it from cover to cover without getting bored...This book is a must for all clinicians dealing with problems associated with the human musculoskeletal system and I am confident that it will not collect dust.'N. Padhiar, Physical Therapy in Sport (2003; 98: 4)

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