VIZNIAK CONDITIONS MANUAL

VIZNIAK CONDITIONS MANUAL. Every clinician needs a quick reference to the variety of condition to consider when evaluating say "groin pain". Could the pain be something else than I haven't considered?

This book contains concise, easily accessible information and management protocols for most of the specific conditions seen commonly in manual medicine practice.

Contents

  1. Head & Neck

  2. Spine & Pelvis

  3. Shoulder

  4. Elbow

  5. Wrist & Hand

  6. Hip & Thigh

  7. Knee

  8. Ankle & Foot

  9. Peripheral Neuropathies

  10. Systemic Conditions

  11. Appendix

  12. Index





There's no chiropractor who's been in the field for any length of time who hasn't been astonished and embarrassed when a patient with thoracic pain has abruptly produced Shingles lesions. Or patient with atypical neck pain (as I had this week) who suddenly produced a large mass in the neck. Vertigo that we blythely assumed was caused by a subluxation we found. Or could it be BPPV?

Links

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Tietze's Syndrome - costo-sternal pain
  • Femoro-Acetabular-Impingement-Syndrome
  • To go from Vizniak Conditions Manual to Dr Vizniak on Utube.