Published December 1996
by World Scientific Pub Co Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||R. M. Aspden (Editor), R. W. Porter (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||214|
This complimentary reading list was compiled to assist the registrant who is seeking additional research in orthopaedic physical attempt was made to compile a bibliographic resource . This work presents results and ideas from research into back pain, with an emphasis on disorders of the lumbar spine, their pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment. Contributions from many backgrounds, . The official publication of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, this volume is the most authoritative and up-to-date reference on the lumbar spine. This edition provides more balance . Get this from a library! Lumbar spine disorders: current concepts. [R M Aspden; R W Porter;] -- This book draws together recent results and ideas from most of the leading UK researchers into back pain. .
Written by leading authorities in the field of spine care, this book is a comprehensive reference for the latest techniques for managing intervertebral disc disorders affecting the lumbar . Advanced Concepts in Lumbar Degenerative Disk Disease is intended as the definitive book on this important subject. It will be an instructive and fascinating source of information for all spine surgeons Format: Hardcover. Low back pain as a result of degenerative disc disease imparts a large socioeconomic impact on the health care system. Traditional concepts for treatment of lumbar disc degeneration have Cited by: Dr. Buser has co-authored over 80 published articles, 7 book chapters, and podium and poster presentations at spine and orthopaedic meetings all over the world. She is a member of .
In this book, leading international specialists in the field join forces to discuss topics, issues and approaches that are of key importance in the optimal treatment of lumbar degenerative disk disease. . Techniques for measuring the compressive force acting on the spine. Typical compressive forces acting on the lumbar spine. Shear. Bending. Torsion. Factors which increase spinal loading in vivo. Lifting . Weinstein JN, Lurie JD, Olson PR, et al. United States’ trends and regional variations in lumbar spine surgery: – Spine ; 31 (23): – Author: J. D. Bartleson, H. Gordon Deen. Functions of the Lumbar Spine. The lower back performs the following important functions: Support and stabilize the upper body. The 5 lumbar vertebrae are the largest compared to other spinal regions. 1, .