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Craniofacial Pain
 
 

Craniofacial Pain, 1st Edition

 
Craniofacial Pain, 1st Edition,Harry von Piekartz,ISBN9780750687744
 
 
 

  

Butterworth-Heinemann

9780750687744

9780702032790

754

246 X 189

In Craniofacial Pain, von Piekartz and his co-authors combine the latest evidence-based knowledge from the fields of orthodontics, plastic and neurosurgery, as well as otolaryngeal treatments, physiotherapy and manual therapy to provide new treatment strategies for clinicians interested in craniofacial problems.

Von Piekartz’s approach is based on the latest clinical reasoning models. Grounded in pain science theory and modern craniofacial growth concepts, the techniques can be integrated into any manual, neuro-orthopaedic orientated treatment model. This approach can be easily used in the daily clinic and adapted to a variety of patterns of craniofacial pain.

Craniofacial Pain is an invaluable clinical text for practitioners who are interested in, or who work with, patients of all ages with a wide range of head, neck and facial problems, and builds upon the companion text to this volume Craniofacial Dysfunction and Pain (2000).

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Key Features

  • Practical, evidence-based and comprehensive
  • Highly illustrated
  • Clearly described manual techniques and management strategies
  • Clinically relevant
  • Includes contributions from leaders in the field
  • Covers adult and paediatric treatment

Harry von Piekartz

PhD, MSc, PT, MT

Affiliations and Expertise

Physical Therapist, Department of Orofacial Research and Management, The Netherlands; Senior teacher in manual therapy; International Maitland Teacher Association(IMTA)

Craniofacial Pain, 1st Edition

1. Craniocervical Dysfunction and Pain – where are we today? Harry von Piekartz

2. Functional Anatomy of the Craniomandibular and Craniofacial Region: A Palpation Perspective, G.H.Bekkering

3. Guidelines for assessment of the craniomandibular and craniofacial region, Harry von Piekartz

4. Therapeutic communication during management of cranio-facial pain, Anke Handrock

5. Reciprocal connection between the craniocervical and the craniomandibular region – a hypothetical model

6. Cervical Instability, Pieter Westerhuis

7. Treatment and Management of Cervical Instability, Pieter Westerhuis

8. Physical Examination of Dysfunctions in the Craniomandibular Region, Harry von Piekartz

9. Craniomandibular Region – Clinical Patterns and Management, Harry von Piekartz

10. Craniomandibular dysgnathia: Orthodontic classification, assessment and management, Antonia Werres

11. Craniomandibular contribution to craniocervical dysfunction – management with the aid of neuromuscular splints, Manfred Hülse, Brigitte Losert-Bruggner

12. Muscular Dysfunction And Pain In The Craniofacial And Craniomandibular Region: Recommendations For Examination And Treatment, Di Andriotti, Harry von Piekartz

13. Neuromusculoskeletal plasticity of the craniomandibular region – basic principles and recommendations for optimal rehabilitation, Renata Horst

14. The neurocranium: Assessment and treatment techniques, Harry von Piekartz

15. The Viscerocranium: examination and treatment guidelines, Harry von Piekartz

16. The Cranial Nervous System: Assessment and Treatment Basics, Harry von Piekartz

17. Assessment and treatment of cranial nervous tissue, Harry von Piekartz

18. Treatment Guidelines for Neurodynamic Techniques and Palpation of the Cranial Nervous System, Harry von Piekartz

19. Headaches in children: the state of the art, Harry von Piekartz

20. Assessment, evaluation and management of juvenile headache patients, Harry von Piekartz

21. Postural changes in the craniofacial and craniocervical regions as a result of changed breathing patterns, Ronel Jordaan

22. Management of craniofacial and cervical postural changes in children with altered breathing patterns, Ronel Jordaan, Harry von Piekartz

23. Clinical presentations from daily practice - how would you deal with these cases? Harry von Piekartz

Appendix 1: Anamnestic -questionnaire (EWMM)

Appendix 2: Checklist for non-communicating children with pain

Appendix 3: Overview of a diary for children

Appendix 4: Findings Sheet
 
 
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