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  • Pain has been there since man has existed and whatever the method or technique of its relief, if successful will always lead to a special place in the heart of the person receiving it and also to the person delivering it. "Pain in Perspective" takes us into a journey of how it all began and then leads us to understand the various concepts of pain relief today. From musculoskeletal pain to complex shoulder pain and from neurological examination to charting out pain, this book describes new ideas and latest descriptions of pain concepts and their treatment....

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  • Shoulder Pain arising from the shoulder can on occasion mimic pain from the spine. If symptoms and signs of radiculopathy are absent, then the differential diagnosis includes mechanical shoulder pain (tendonitis, bursitis, rotator cuff tear, dislocation, adhesive capsulitis, and cuff impingement under the acromion) and referred pain (subdiaphragmatic irritation, angina, Pancoast tumor). Mechanical pain is often worse at night, associated with local shoulder tenderness and aggravated by abduction, internal rotation, or extension of the arm.

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  • Lectures Musculoskeletal Care for the General Doctor: Shoulder and Knee Pain presented the history, causes of discrimination by age, location of pain and the other history factors, the legal test visit clinical examination, initial treatment, ... This is a useful reference for readers and researchers studying their specialized medicine.

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  • Almost half of the patients experience arthritis in the hips or the shoulders. Up to 30% of the patients suffer from small joint involvement with swelling, pain and stiffness in the inflamed joints. Often these appear as asymmetrical oligoarthritis. Usually they are non- erosive, but deformity and consequently destruction of the hips have been seen. An early involvement of peripheral joints can be an indicator of a more aggressive progress. Peripheral joint involvement can occur at any stage of the disease (Sieper J, Braun J, Rudwaleit M, Boonen A, Zink A) (Gladman DD). ...

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  • The term stress was introduced into the biomedical field by Hans Selye (1936) in reference to a General Adaptation Syndrome which would consist of all non-specific systemic reactions that occur during an intense and chronic exposure to a stressor (e.g., pressure at work and poor diet). This syndrome would be different from the specific adaptive reactions (such as muscle hypertrophy caused by exercise performed on a regular basis) and immune responses (Selye, 1936).

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  • Toward the close of a pleasant September afternoon, in one of the years when the big stick of President Roosevelt was cudgeling the shoulders of malefactors of great wealth, the feverish home-bound masses which poured into upper Fifth Avenue with the awakening of the electric night were greeted by the strangest of all spectacles which can astound a metropolitan crowd harassed by the din of sounds, the fret and fury of the daily struggle which is the tyranny of New York.

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  • Chondrosarcoma Chondrosarcoma, which constitutes ~20–25% of all bone sarcomas, is a tumor of adulthood and old age with a peak incidence in the fourth to sixth decades of life. It has a predilection for the flat bones, especially the shoulder and pelvic girdles, but can also affect the diaphyseal portions of long bones. Chondrosarcomas can arise de novo or as a malignant transformation of an enchondroma or, rarely, of the cartilaginous cap of an osteochondroma. Chondrosarcomas have an indolent natural history and typically present as pain and swelling.

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  • Thoracic outlet syndrome is a combination of pain in the neck and shoulder, numbness and tingling of the fingers, and a weak grip. The thoracic outlet is the area between the rib cage and collar bone. Causes Blood vessels and nerves coming from the spine or major blood vessels of the body pass through a narrow space near the shoulder and collarbone on their way to the arms. As they pass by or through the collarbone (clavicle) and upper ribs, they may not have enough space.

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  • Ana del Campo, Christine Colliard, Andrejz M'hango and Marianna Bialek Kyphosis Physiotherapy from Childhood to Old Age Jean Claude de Mauroy A Review of Non-Invasive Treatment Interventions for Spinal Deformities 67 Clare Lewis Physical Therapy for Biomechanical and Musculoskeletal Conditions 89 An Overview on the Efficacy of Manual Therapy (Manipulations and Mobilisations) on Nonspecific Cervical Pain: A Systematic Review in Adults 91 José Antonio Mirallas Martínez Use of Physiotherapeutic Methods to Influence the Position of the Foot 107 Eva Buchtelová Effectiveness of Passive Joint M...

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