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Dynamic Chiropractic
December 31, 1969, Volume 13, Issue 17

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Whiplash Injuries The Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome Second Edition


By: Stephen M. Foreman, DC, DABCO, and Arthur C. Croft, DC, MS, DABCO

Drs. Foreman & Croft have completely updated the acclaimed original Whiplash Injuries to bring you the latest developments. The changes in scientific literature combined with the authors' experience prompted the release of this second edition. This text represents a huge change in the scientific literature, which is not covered in the first edition. The second edition is also 25% larger and includes completely new chapters on treatment, TMJ injuries, and advanced diagnostic imaging. Chapters on biomechanics, physical examination, and long- and short-term effects of soft tissue injuries have undergone major rewrites to incorporate the new information in literature. Published by: Williams & Wilkins Publishers * Hardcover 512 pages/349 illus. Shipping:

Part #: Price: $95 Rating: Savoie 10

A new chapter of treatment covering effects of manipulation, clinical effects of traction, immobilization and physical therapy, and treatment protocols for the difference stages of injury is included. Dr. Darryl Curl contributed with a complete rewrite of the chapter on TMJ injuries. New information covering biomechanics, soft tissue healing and repair, electrodiagnostic tests, and thermography. New chapter on CT and MRI with diagnostic protocols and algorithms for clinical use.

A new chapter on treatment covering effects of manipulation, clinical effects of traction, immobilization and physical therapy, and tratment protocols for the different stages of injury;

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Dynamic Chiropractic
December 31, 1969, Volume 13, Issue 17

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