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Rehabilitation of the Spine:
A Practitioner's Manual, Second Edition


by Craig Liebenson DC

The foremost authorities from chiropractics, orthopaedics and physical therapy present a practical overview of spinal rehabilitation. This clinical resource presents the most current and significant spinal rehab information, showing how to apply simple and inexpensive rehabilitation in the office. The updated Second Edition includes clinical/regional protocols and chapters on diagnostic triage, acute care, functional assessment, recovery care, outcomes, and biopsychosocial aspects.

A bonus DVD offers demonstrations of key therapies and procedures.

972 pages

Clinical Anatomy and Management
of Low Back Pain


by Lynton Giles MSc PhD DC

"The book is a pleasure to read, and contains many detailed histological preparations of various joint structures and neural elements relevant to the lumbar spine. There are also numerous clear and well illustrated radiographs which supplement the text.

Overall, the text covers almost every conceivable aspect of anatomy, pathophysiology and histopathology relevant to the structure and function of the lumbar spine required to approach professional clinical management of mechanical forms of low back pain. This text should be part of any clinical reference library, and is definitely recommended reading for undergraduates and postgraduates in all health disciplines. The approach is fundamentally practical and functional in nature, whcih supports manipulative management of low back pain disability.
"European Journal of Chiropractic, April 2001

432 pages

Low Back Disorders, Second Edition

by Stuart McGill

"McGill's text on Low Back Disorders is one that every treating clinician should have for their own professional library."
-AAESS News (Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science)

"This is a fine blend between science and practical application by a credible author. The author is in a unique position to share his own valuable research and clinical experience to advance the treatment of alleviating low back disorders."
–Doody's Book Review Service

"McGill has created an outstanding scientific work on the prevention and rehabilitation of low back disorders."
–CHOICE

328 pages

Treat Your Own Back, 9th Edition

by Robin A McKenzie

Robin A. McKenzie is the developer of the McKenzie protocol for treating disc derangement. His technique is now being used by an ever-widening group of chiropractors, who appreciate getting fantastic results without having to buy expensive distraction tables to provide services that most Insurers won't pay for.

Robin McKenzie has devoted over 30+ years developing a system of examination and treatment of mechanical neck and back pain that is recognized internationally and taught to thousands of clinicians worldwide. Robin McKenzie is an Honorary Life Member of the APTA.

100 pages

Low Back Pain:
Mechanism, Diagnosis and Treatment,
7th Edition


by James M Cox DC DACBR

The Seventh Edition of this textbook is built upon the peer-reviewed literature and research studies in the diagnosis and treatment of low back and radicular pain, focusing on the nonsurgical chiropractic adjusting methods. This text is the culmination of twelve years of updated research and development of spinal manipulation. From spinal stenosis to rehabilitation of low back pain patients to the latest treatise on fibromyalgia, you’ll find it all in Low Back Pain, Seventh Edition. 736 pages

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