As we stated in our message in the book of abstracts for this congress, we have planned the programme over a long period with one clear objective: to present musculoskeletal medicine as an integral part of orthodox medical practice, rather than as something alternative or complementary. To this end we have based the plenary programme as far as possible on accepted epidemiological, anatomical, physiological and pathological phenomena. Scientifically well-validated material must surely be the base upon which any viable musculoskeletal medicine practice may be built. While we have chosen the plenary programme to reflect musculoskeletal medicine as a part of orthodoxy, we realize and wish to emphasize that there is a wealth of original work that has been carried out within FIMM. For this reason our first innovation for the congress was to invite members of the scientific advisory committee to select for a 'directed' programme the three topics they felt were of greatest current importance. The results of this democratic procedure was the choice of the sacroiliac joint, a comparison of manual therapies and biomechanics.
This illustrates the broad direction of present thinking within FIMM.
Plenary Papers.- 1 The peripheral modulation of nociceptive input.- 2 Intradiscal pressure changes and the clinician.- 3 Electromyography - its significance to the manipulator.- 4 The clinical testing of pain.- 5 The spinal modulation of pain.- 6 Principles and problems in clinical research in low back pain.- 7 Referred pain and tenderness.- 8 Basic case analysis.- 9 Manual therapy -1989.- 10 An osteopathic approach to manipulation.- 11 Low back pain of thoracolumbar origin.- 12 The Cyriax contribution to manipulation.- 13 Manipulation of the sacroiliac joint.- 14 The diagnosis and therapy of sacroiliac joint dysfunction utilizing manual medicine techniques, in particular the muscle energy technique by Mitchell.- 15 Injections in the lumbar area.- 16 Drug therapy.- 17 The causes of poor results of surgery in low back pain.- 18 Treatment of pain with electrical stimulation (TENS) and acupuncture.- 19 Hypnosis in musculoskeletal medicine.- Directed Papers.- 20 Comments on the evolution of the sacroiliac joint.- 21 Clinical aspects of sacroiliac function in walking.- 22 The sacroiliac lesion - does it exist?.- 23 Differential diagnosis of muscle tone in respect of inhibitory techniques.- 24 Practical approaches to the normalization of muscle tension.- 25 Metameric medicine and atlas therapy.- 26 The method of autotraction in manual medicine.- 27 The space truss as a model for cervical spine mechanics - a systems science concept.- 28 Anamnesis as diagnostic tool in musculoskeletal medicine.- 29 A new technique of proprioceptive re-education in manual medicine.- Free Papers.- 30 Cranial and visceral symptoms in mechanical pelvic dysfunction.- 31 A study of the contribution of pain to rotation of vertebrae in the aetiology and pathogenesis of lateral spinal curvature.- 32 Pelvic dysfunction.- 33 Pyriformis muscle syndrome.- 34 Iliosacral lesion and the quadratus lumborum syndrome.- 35 The cervico-lumbar syndrome.- 36 Clinical application of the basic physical principles for the use of mobilization and manipulation.- 37 Non-inflammatory joint pain in rheumatoid arthritis: the diagnostic role of intra-articular anaesthesia in the understanding of brachiogenic shoulder pain.- 38 The foot and manual medicine.- 39 Frozen wrist: the contribution of thermography.- 40 The New Zealand Association of Musculo Skeletal Medicine: Postgraduate courses for doctors.- 41 The nature and significance of trigger points.- 42 Low back pain, manipulation and long-term outcome.- 43 The computerized documentation of clinical and manual results.- 44 Lumbar sciatica - comparison of results 10 years after surgical or conservative treatment.- 45 A study to evaluate the outcome of acute backache with drug therapy and manipulation.- 46 Dorso-lumbar junction: biomechanical significance of mamillaris processus and transversospinales muscles.- 47 Skin rolling in the treatment of chronic pain.- 48 The importance of patient selection and imaging techniques in the success of chemonucleolysis.- 49 Radiofrequency denervation of the zygapophyseal joint nerve supply.- 50 Manipulative medicine and sports injuries.- 51 T3 syndrome.- 52 Radiographic signs of the function of the intrinsic muscles of the cervical spine.- 53 Radio-functional analysis of the cervical region of the spinal column according to Arlen in post-traumatic syndrome.- 54 Therapy of the atlas compared with traditional manipulation in sacroiliac dysfunction.- 55 Atlas therapy and neuromuscular diseases.
Series: International Review
Number Of Pages: 430
Published: 30th April 1990
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 1.81