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Back Pain

An International Review

  • Editors
  • John K. Paterson
  • Loïc Burn

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. Plenary Papers

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Gunnar B. J. Andersson
      Pages 12-20
    3. Anthony E. Reading
      Pages 27-36
    4. Stephen McMahon
      Pages 37-51
    5. J. Fossgreen
      Pages 60-63
    6. Loïc Burn, John K. Paterson
      Pages 64-74
    7. Karel Lewit
      Pages 75-88
    8. Alan Stoddard
      Pages 89-95
    9. Robert Maigne
      Pages 96-101
    10. M. A. Hutson
      Pages 102-104
    11. A. Stevens
      Pages 105-118
    12. G. Marx
      Pages 139-142
    13. R. Pastrana
      Pages 143-143
    14. H. Tilscher, M. Hanna
      Pages 144-155
    15. H. B. Gibson
      Pages 165-171
  3. Directed Papers

  4. Free Papers

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 253-253
    2. Lennart Silverstolpe, Gustaf Hellsing
      Pages 255-258
    3. K. Lewit
      Pages 271-284
    4. Franco Combi, Ivano Colombo, Corrado Leuci
      Pages 285-288
    5. H. Biedermann
      Pages 292-299
    6. Patrick Demma
      Pages 311-313
    7. Richard M. Ellis, Ian Swain
      Pages 314-315
    8. R. T. D. Fitzgerald
      Pages 319-322
    9. M. Hanna, H. Tilscher, C. Weich
      Pages 332-342
    10. G. Piganiol, P. Trouilloud, G. Berlinson, J.-Y. Cornu
      Pages 363-365

About this book

Introduction

As we stated in our message in the book of abstracts for this congress, we have planned the programme over a long period with one clear objective: to present musculoskeletal medicine as an integral part of orthodox medical practice, rather than as something alternative or complementary. To this end we have based the plenary programme as far as possible on accepted epidemiological, anatomical, physiological and pathological phenomena. Scientifically well-validated material must surely be the base upon which any viable musculoskeletal medicine practice may be built. While we have chosen the plenary programme to reflect musculoskeletal medicine as a part of orthodoxy, we realize and wish to emphasize that there is a wealth of original work that has been carried out within FIMM. For this reason our first innovation for the congress was to invite members of the scientific advisory committee to select for a 'directed' programme the three topics they felt were of greatest current importance. The results of this democratic procedure was the choice of the sacroiliac joint, a comparison of manual therapies and biomechanics. This illustrates the broad direction of present thinking within FIMM.

Keywords

Arthritis chronic pain clinical application imaging joint muscle pain rheumatoid arthritis surgery trauma

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-2165-8
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-7472-8
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-2165-8
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