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Biopuncture

The Management of Common Orthopedic and Sports Disorders

£67.00

Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9783131752215
Publication Date: May 2014

Written by the creator of the biological injection technique, Biopuncture is a practical guide to the therapeutic use of biopuncture in treating musculoskeletal disorders. It provides detailed discussions of therapeutic strategies, contraindications, and expert advice on dealing with complications.


Key Features:



  • Includes the following injection strategies: mesotherapy, myofascial trigger point therapy, neural therapy, and prolotherapy
  • Written by a practitioner with more than 20 years of clinical experience in the effective application of biopuncture in orthopedic medicine
  • Expands the interventional treatment options for physicans who care for patients suffering from musculoskeletal disorders by offering reliable therapeutic strategies

All general practitioners, orthopedists, and physicians treating patients with sports injuries will find this book to be a valuable guide to the use of biopuncture to treat musculoskeletal disorders.


Contents
Preface


Foreword


Part 1: Biopuncture: Definition and Introduction


1.1. Definition
1.2. Clinical Indications of Biopuncture
1.3.
Diagnostic and Treatment Component
1.4. Functional Diagnosis
1.5.
Reaction and Response after Local Injections
1.6. Biopuncture as a
Complementary Technique
1.7. Safety of Biopuncture
1.8. Efficacy of
Biopuncture
1.9. Introduction to Biopuncture
1.10. Differences with other
Injection Techniques
1.11. Comparing Biopuncture with Cortisone Injections
and NDAIDs
1.12. Injection Effect of Biopuncture
1.13. Sequencing
Treatments
1.14. Injection Method
1.15. Different Types of
Reactors
1.16. Different Types of Healing Processes
1.17. The Placebo
Effect of Biopuncture
1.18. How Do Ultra-Low Doses Work?
1.19. Evaluating
the Efficacy of Biopuncture
1.20. Procedural Methodology
1.21.
Biopuncture Territory
1.22. Application of the System of Biopuncture
1.23.
Needles and Syringes


Part 2: Injection Techniques for Musculoskeletal Disorders


2.1. Subcutaneous Injections
2.2. Intramuscular Injections
2.3. Tendon
Injections
2.4. Infiltrations of Ligaments
2.5. Periosteal
Injections
2.6. Combination of Different Injection Techniques in One
Session
2.7. Combination of Different Pathologies in One Session


Part 3: Therapeutic Strategies


3.1. Assessment of Sports Injuries
3.2. Osteopathic Effect of Biopuncture

3.3. Whiplash
3.4. Rotator Cuff Injuries
3.5. Tennis Elbow
3.6.
Overuse Injuries
3.7. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
3.8. Low Back Pain
3.9.
Sciatica
3.10. Gluteus Minimus Syndrome
3.11. Piriformis Syndrome
3.12.
Ligamentous Pseudo-Sciatica
3.13. Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

3.14. Hamstring Strain
3.15. Patellofemoral Syndrome
3.16.
Prepatellar Bursitis
3.17. Jumper's Knee
3.18. Medial Collateral Ligament
Injury
3.19. Pes Anserine Pain
3.20. Tennis Leg
3.21. Achilles
Tendinopathy
3.22. Lateral Ankle Sprain
3.23. Plantar Fasciitis


Part 4: Complications


4.1. Introduction
4.2. Damage to Organs
4.3. Accidental Injections into
Blood Vessels, Nerves or the Epidural Space
4.4. Toxic and Allergic
Reactions
4.5. Reactions of the Patient


Part 5. Conclusion



List of Abbreviations


Bibliography


Pamphlet for Patients


Interview


 

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