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Mechanical Link: key points of the peripheral nervous system

Bilingual edition English / French

Paul Chauffour et Eric Prat et Jacques Michaud

The nervous system, directing and managing all body functions, was always an important topic of observation for Andrew Taylor Still, founder of osteopathy.
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Collection : Ostéopathie
Nombre de pages : 304
Format : 200 x 270
Date de parution : août 2017
ISBN : 978-2-35432-213-7
62,00€
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English version translated by H. Loiselle and R. Anderson
Illustrations by Benoit Caillé

The authors are French osteopaths who are world renowned for the quality of their teaching, and in this book they present an entirely novel approach of the peripheral nervous system based on a rapid and precise diagnosis of the critical points to be treated.

The book exposes in an educational manner the etiology of osteopathic nerve lesions and their correlation with major points of acupuncture, and gives detailed descriptions of each of the principal key points of the peripheral nervous system as well as their clinical correlations with a number of functional pathologies, that may or may not be symptomatic.

The quality of the artwork, which includes over 200 original illustrations–drawings, dissections and photographs by the authors–clearly displays the anatomy of nerves as well as the best way to approach the neural point. An entire chapter has been devoted to the encephalon and the new osteopathic treatment perspectives in this field, completing this book as a reference on the manual approach to the nervous system.

This book is intended for all osteopaths and health professionals who wish to broaden their horizons by integrating in a simple but efficient way the evaluation and treatment of “the neurological link” into their practice.
Foreword, Dr. Stephen Blood
Foreword, Akiyoshi Shimomura
Introduction


• Mechanical Link
  Concept of total lesion
  Concept of primary lesion
  Concept of specific treatment

• Anatomical-physiological organization of the nerve
and osteopathic considerations


Embryology
  Sensory cutaneous organization
  Motor muscular organization
  Autonomic nervous organization

Histology and physiology

Structure of the peripheral nerve

Neurological safety
  Anatomical safety

Biomechanical safety
  Resistance to compression
  Resistance to elongation
  Resistance to friction
  Osteopathic lesion of the nerve
  Types of nerve lesions
  Etiology of nerve injury

• Key points of the nervous system

List of the key points of the nervous system
  Points of compression
  Points of convergence
  Points of exposure
  Points of emergence
  Distal points

Neural points and corresponding points of acupuncture
  Osteopathy and acupuncture
  Peripheral nerves and acupuncture meridians
  Neural key points and acupuncture points
  Nerve impulse and energy circulation
  Clinical considerations

• Osteopathic practice
  Location of the neural key point
  Tension test of the neural key point
  Inhibitory balance test of the neural key point
  Treatment of the neural key point with the recoil

• Anatomical review

Cranial nerves
  Trigeminal nerve
  Facial nerve
  Vagus nerve
  Accessory nerve

Cervical nerves
  Greater occipital nerve
  Nerves of the superficial cervical plexus
  Phrenic nerve
  Brachial plexus
  Suprascapular nerve

Nerves of the upper extremity
  Radial nerve
  Musculocutaneous nerve
  Median nerve
  Ulnar nerve

Nerves of the lumbar plexus
  Collateral branches of the lumbar plexus
  Femoral nerve
  Obturator nerve

Sciatic nerve
  Filum terminale
  Siatic nerve
  Tibial nerve
  Fibular nerve
  Sural nerve

• Test descriptions

Cranial nerves
  Supratrochlear nerve
  Supraorbital nerve
  External nasal nerve
  Infraorbital nerve
  Mandibular nerve
  Mental nerve
  Facial nerve
  Vagus nerve (1)
  Vagus nerve (2)
  Accessory nerve

Cervical nerves
  Greater occipital nerve
  Posterior branches of the cervical nerves
  Punctum nervosum
  Lesser occipital nerve
  Great auricular nerve
  Phrenic nerve
  Suprascapular nerve
  Trunks of the brachial plexus
  Cords of the brachial plexus
  Branches of the brachial plexus

Upper extremity nerves
  Radial nerve
  Radial nerve bifurcation
  Posterior interosseous nerve
  Superficial branch of the radial nerve
  Dorsal digital nerves of the radial nerve
  Lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve
  Median nerve (1)
  Median nerve (2)
  Ulnar nerve (1)
  Ulnar nerve (2)

Lumbar plexus nerves
  Lumbar plexus
  Iliohypogastric nerve
  Ilioinguinal nerve
  Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve
  Obturator nerve
  Femoral nerve
  Saphenous nerve (1)
  Saphenous nerve (2)
  Saphenous nerve (3)
  Saphenous nerve (4)

Sciatic nerve
  Tibial nerve (1)
  Common fibular nerve
  Deep fibular nerve (1)
  Deep fibular nerve (2)
  Deep fibular nerve (3)
  Superficial fibular nerve
  Sural nerve
  Lateral dorsal cutaneous nerve of the foot
  Tibial nerve (2)
  Plantar digital nerves

Intercostal nerves and lumbosacral nerves
   Intervertebral disc herniation
  Filum terminale
  Nerves of the gluteal region
  Intercostal nerves

The encephalon
  Anatomical organization of the encephalon
  Osteopathic lesions of the encephalon
  Osteopathic approach of the encephalon
  Osteopathic treatment of the encephalon
  A few clinical cases
  Cerebral hemispheres
  Corpus callosum
  Diencephalon
  Limbic system
  Brainstem
  Cerebellum

Conclusion

Bibliography