Combined Movement Theory, Rational Mobilization and Manipulation of the Vertebral Column

Combined Movement Theory

Rational Mobilization and Manipulation of the Vertebral Column

By Christopher McCarthy, PhD, MCSP, MMACP, Fellow in Spinal Orthopaedics, Imperial College Healthcare, London, UK


Contributors
Dedication
Preface
Acknowledgements

SECTION 1 COMBINED MOVEMENT THEORY
1 Introduction to Combined Movement Theory
Chris McCarthy

2 Theoretical Basis of Combined Movement Theory
Chris McCarthy and Louise Potter

3 The Theory of Clinical Reasoning In Combined Movement Theory
Roger Kerry

4 The Principles of Combined Movement Assessment
Chris McCarthy

5 Neurological Assessment
Chris McCarthy

6 Haemodynamics
Roger Kerry, Alan J Taylor

7 Principles and Progression of Combined Movements 
Chris McCarthy

SECTION 2 PRACTICAL COMBINED MOVEMENT
8 Upper Cervical Spine
Gail Forrester and Chris McCarthy

9 Mid and Lower Cervical spine
Ioannis Paneris and Chris McCarthy

10 Thoracic Spine
Ioannis Paneris and Chris McCarthy

11 Lumbo-Sacral Spine
Ioannis Paneris and Chris McCarthy

12 Sacroiliac Joint
Ioannis Paneris and Chris McCarthy

13 Home Treatment Programmes
Chris McCarthy