Medical Massage Volume 2

$40.00

The Volume II of Medical Massage textbook is a unique source of professional information for everyone who practices medical massage and manual therapy. This book presents all major techniques and approaches developed by the Western school of manual medicine for the patients with variety of chronic disorders of the inner organs.

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Volume II
by R. TURCHANINOV, MD
ISBN 0-9675868-2-8
Soft, laminated cover, 350 pages with 219 photos and diagrams, 223 references.

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The Volume II of Medical Massage textbook is a unique source of professional information for everyone who practices medical massage and manual therapy. This book presents all major techniques and approaches developed by the Western school of manual medicine for the patients with variety of chronic disorders of the inner organs.

Each part of the book concentrates on a particular system of the human body. The reader will find information on anatomy and physiology of each discussed system, basic principles of diagnostic evaluation of soft tissues, pathology and a clinical picture of every major chronic disorder. However, the greatest value of the book is the detailed presentation of the major methods and techniques of therapeutic and medical massage which can be used to eliminate somatic components of chronic visceral disorders. The reader will find every medical massage protocol ever developed, published, and clinically used by the Western school of manual medicine for the treatment of chronic visceral disorders. The book is based on more than 220 medical and massage therapy publications from the 19th century to the present, published by scientists from every major Western country.

The clinical application of each method, technique and approach is presented step by step with detailed explanation and rich illustrative material. To additionally reinforce the clinical effectiveness of the recommended medical massage protocols, this book equips the medical massage practitioner with a detailed presentation of the basic principles of visceral massage in the abdominal cavity. The book contains more 219 diagrams and photos.

 

Table of Contents - Medical Massage Volume 2INTRODUCTION

PART I. MEDICAL MASSAGE FOR VISCERAL DISORDERS

1. REFLEX MECHANISMS OF MEDICAL MASSAGE
2. EVALUATION OF PATIENTS WITH INNER ORGAN DISORDERS

A. FIRST IMPRESSION
B. CLINICAL INTERVIEW
C. CLINICAL EVALUATION OF REFLEX ZONES
D. FORMULATION OF MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOL

3. MEDICAL MASSAGE IN CASES OF INNER ORGAN DISORDERS
4. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF VISCERAL MASSAGE

A. ABDOMEN AND ABDOMINAL CAVITY
B. DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION
C. VISCERAL MASSAGE

5. PROTOCOL OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE MASSAGE

PART II. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

1. ANATOMO-PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

A. HEART
B. VASCULAR DYNAMIC
C. PERIPHERAL RESISTANCE

2. TREATMENT OF CARDIAC DISORDERS

A. THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
B. REFLEX MASSAGE THERAPY

1. Connective Tissue Massage
2. Segment-Reflex Massage
3. Periostal Massage
4. Postisometric Muscular Relaxation
5. Lymph-Drainage Massage


3. CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

A. CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE

1. Angina Pectoris
2. Myocardial Infarction
3. Postsurgical Rehabilitation of Cardiac Patients

B. MYOCARDITIS. CARDIOMYOPATHY
C. CARDIAC ARRHYTMIA
D. ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION
E. HYPOTENSION.
F. DISORDERS OF ARTERIAL CIRCULATION
G. VENOUS DISORDERS

 

PART III. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

1. ANATOMO-PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDRATIONS

A. THORACIC CAGE
B. THORACIC CAVITY
C. RESPIRATORY MUSCLES
D. RESPIRATORY CYCLE
E. REGULATION AND CONTROL RESPIRATION
F. VENTILATION-PERFUSION BALANCE

2. TREATMENT OF PULMONARY DISORDERS

A. OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISORDERS
B. RESTRICTIVE PULMONARY DISORDERS
C. EFFECT OF MASSAGE ON PULMONARY DISORDERS
D. MEDICAL MASSAGE FOR PULMONARY DISORDERS
E. THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
F. PERCUSSION MASSAGE
G. ACCELERATION OF PULMONARY DRAINAGE
H. REFLEX MASSAGE THERAPY

1. Connective Tissue Massage
2. Segment-Reflex Massage
3. Periostal Massage
4. Asymmetric Segment-Reflex Massage
5. Lymph-Drainage Massage

3. PULMONARY DISORDERS

A. SINUSITIS
B. PHARYNGITIS. TONSILLITIS
C. BRONCHITIS
D. PNEUMONIA
E. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA
F. EMPHYSEMA
G. PLEURISY
H. PULMONARY FIBROSIS

 

PART IV. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

1. ANATOMO-PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

A. GASTRO-INTESTINAL TRACT
B. HEPATO-PANCREATIC SYSTEM

2. GASTRO-DUODENAL DISORDERS

A. GASTRITIS AND PEPTIC ULCERS

1. Therapeutic Massage
2. Reflex Massage Therapy

a. Connective tissue massage
b. Segment-reflex massage
c. Periostal massage
d. Ice-massage

3. Visceral Massage
4. Treatment of Heartburn

3. INTESTINAL DISORDERS

A. CROHN’S DISEASE

1. Therapeutic Massage
2. Reflex Massage Therapy

a. Connective tissue massage
b. Segment-reflex massage
c. Periostal massage

3. Lymph-Drainage Massage
4. Visceral Massage

B. ULCERATIVE COLITIS
C. CONSTIPATION
D. INTESTINAL COLIC OF INFANTS
E. ILEUS

4. DISORDERS OF THE HEPATO-PANCREATIC SYSTEM

A. HEPATITIS AND CIRRHOSIS

1. Therapeutic Massage
2. Reflex Massage Therapy

a. Connective tissue massage
b. Segment-reflex massage
c. Periostal massage

3. Lymph-Drainage Massage
4. Visceral Massage

B. CHRONIC CHOLECYSTITIS. DYSKINESIA OF BILIARY TRACT
C. CHRONIC PANCREATITIS
D. DIABETES MELLITUS

 

PART V. UROGENITAL SYSTEM

1. ANATOMO-PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
2. TREATMENT OF DISORDERS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM

A. THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
B. REFLEX MASSAGE THERAPY

1. Connective Tissue Massage
2. Segment-Reflex Massage
3. Periostal Massage

3. DISORDERS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM

A. CHRONIC GLOMERULONEPHRITIS
B. NEPHROPTOSIS OR FLOATING KIDNEY
C. STRESS INCONTINENCE SYNDROME

4. DISORDERS OF GENITAL SYSTEM. PREGNANCY

A. DYSMENORRHEA

1. Therapeutic Massage
2. Reflex Massage Therapy

a. Connective tissue massage
b. Segment-reflex massage
c. Periostal massage

B. ENDOMETRIOSIS
C. OOPHORITIS. SALPINGITIS
D. PREGNANCY E. MASSAGE FOR BREAST-FEEDING MOTHERS
F. MENOPAUSE
G. PROSTATITIS. PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA

 

PART VI. MEDICAL MASSAGE IN DERMATOLOGY

1. ANATOMO-PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
2. DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION OF PATIENT’S SOFT TISSUES
3. DERMATOLOGICAL DISORDERS

A. NEURODERMATITIS. ATOPIC DERMATITIS
B. PSORIASIS
C. SCLERODERMA
D. LUPUS
E. CELLULITE
F. SCAR MANAGEMENT

 

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