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Author : Marc Moramarco
Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Page : 787 pages
File Size : 45,43 MB
Release : 2020-02-24
Category : Medical
ISBN : 1527547566
Patients and families coping with scoliosis and other spinal deformities are increasingly seeking better solutions for care and management. The recent worldwide expansion of the Schroth method, an exercise rehabilitation treatment originating in Germany, and its new advancements in compatible bracing have led to the need for an overview of evidence-based treatment principles. This comprehensive textbook is the first of its kind from the Schroth Best Practice Academy, an international group of highly esteemed and experienced scoliosis practitioners and researchers. A collaborative body of work, it focuses on the most common spinal deformities and provides current methods of non-surgical treatment. It highlights cutting-edge treatment options often disregarded by mainstream medicine, and will serve to guide and enhance the knowledge of conservative treatment practitioners desiring to help patients improve treatment outcomes and quality of life.
Author : Simin Redjali
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Page : 586 pages
File Size : 38,35 MB
Release : 2013
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 1479765325
A Symphony of Life Triumph of Education over Adversity A Journey of a Persian - American Woman Through War, Revolution, Love, and Freedom The story of Dr. Redjali, a well known public figure in Iran in the mid-twentieth century, begins in Iran (Persia) during the time of Iran's westernization and modernization spearheaded by Reza Shah Pahlavi at the beginning of the 20th century and follows the social, historical, political turmoil, and educational events of the past seventy years in Iran, in Europe and the United States. Like a symphony, this book is composed of four movements. Through these movements, the author weaves the notes of her life into melodies of social and historical changes, upheavals, wars, revolutions and peace. She traces her own transition from being part of Iran's ruling class to her job-seeking struggles in the United States. This provides the reader, through the author's firsthand experience with many of the great events of the 20th century, a personal account of Iran's contemporary history and politics, education, along with an eye-witness account of the United States civil rights movement, the women's rights struggle, other important issues related to psychology and mental health, and personal issues such as surviving cancer in the United States. Her story encompasses shifts in the tempos and melodies of life, along with a leitmotiv of love of family, individual freedom, and unwavering hope for humanity. The book illustrates the personal approach the author has adopted throughout her life in coping with and overcoming every adversity through using the power of education. It's also a testament to a woman's ability to balance all the facets of her life-. career demands, family responsibilities, emotional needs, and the quest to help others. This book with historical pictures uniquely covers the period between the rise and the fall of the Pahlavi dynasty, the rise of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the author's personal life in Europe and the United States. It is supported by extensive research, and expresses a great hope that the longstanding cultural misunderstanding and miscommunication between Iran and the West will soon be replaced with a mutual respect which celebrates the power of individual freedom and democracy.
Author : DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher : DIANE Publishing
Page : 1038 pages
File Size : 38,68 MB
Release : 1997-03
ISBN : 9780788138270
An exhaustive report on recommended clinical preventive services that should be provided to patients in the course of routine clinical care, including screening for vascular, neoplastic and infectious diseases, and metabolic, hematologic, ophthalmologic and ontologic, prenatal, and musculoskeletal disorders. Also, mental disorders and substance abuse, counseling, and immunization. The majority of deaths below age 65 are preventable. This Guide results from the most comprehensive evaluation and synthesis of preventive interventions to date.
Author : H.A. Keim
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Page : 254 pages
File Size : 15,1 MB
Release : 2012-12-06
Category : Medical
ISBN : 1461256607
As modern science and medical technology increase the life span of man, the human skeleton is required to function for longer periods of time. Many skeletal problems that besiege the adult stem from abnormalities that exist during infancy and adoles cence. These may be congenital problems or acquired problems due either to a child's environment or to some injury sustained during the growth years. Adolescents today are extremely active; many sports and hobbies subject them to an infinite array of traumatizing episodes that may result in injuries and diseases. When I wrote the first edition of The Adolescent Spine in 1976, I felt it pertinent to produce a work which would help medical students and practitioners alike. That edition was extremely successful, not only in this country, but also in many foreign countries. For a medical text, the number of copies purchased was overwhelming certifying that the adolescent spine is of serious interest to pediatricians, orthopaedists, physical therapists, physiatrists, medical students, and other allied health practitioners. This new edition has been revised and considerably expanded with this audience in mind. Four chapters have been contributed by authorities with special expertise.