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Below are the links to reading assignments for the various sections of Active Care class. Each link will take you to a research article from Palmer’s library databases. Each article should be read prior to the lecture on the corresponding topic.
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Robert M. Rowell, DC, MS

Robert M. Rowell, D.C., MS
Associate Professor, Diagnosis and Radiology Department
Palmer College of Chiropractic
(563) 884-5250

robert.rowell@palmer.edu

 

Active Care Research Articles

Introduction to Chiropractic Rehabilitation

Muscle dysfunction versus wear and tear as a cause of exercise related osteoarthritis: an epidemiological update  
Ian Shrier. Muscle dysfunction versus wear and tear as a cause of exercise related osteoarthritis: an epidemiological update Br. J. Sports Med. 2004;38;526-535.

Nociception affects motor output: a review on sensory-motor interaction with focus on clinical implications
Nijs J., Daenan L., Cras P., Struyf F.,Roussel N., Oostendorp RA. Nociception affects motor output: a review on sensory-motor interaction with focus on clinical implications. Clinical Journal of Pain. 2012 Feb;28(2):175-81. 

The middle crossed syndrome - New insights into core function
Walldon, M. The middle crossed syndrome - New insights into core function. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (2014) 81(4):616-620.

Stretching and Flexibility

Clinical Commentary Current Concepts in Muscle stretching for Exercise and Rehabilitation 
Phil Page. Clinical Commentary Current Concepts in Muscle stretching for Exercise and Rehabilitation, The International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, Volume 7, Number 1, February 2012, Page 109.

Therapeutic Exercise

Integration of Strength and Conditioning Principles into a Rehabilitation Program 
Michael P. Reiman, Daniel S. Lorenz. Integration of Strength and Conditioning Principles into a Rehabilitation Program, The International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, Volume 6, Number 3, September 2011, Page 241.

Cervical Spine Rehabilitation

Therapeutic exercise for athletes with nonspecific neck pain: A current concepts review
Durall, C. J. Therapeutic exercise for athletes with nonspecific neck pain: A current concepts review. Sports Health (2012) 4(4), 293-301.

Chiropractic and manual medicine care of headache 
C. Liebenson, Chiropractic and manual medicine care of headache, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (1997) 1(1), 71-73.

Self-treatments for head and neck pain 
C. Liebenson, Self-treatments for head and neck pain, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (2002) 6(1), 67-68.

The assessment of the cervical spine. Part 1: Range of motion and proprioception 
Nikolaos Strimpakos, The assessment of the cervical spine. Part 1: Range of motion and proprioception, Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies (2011) 15, 114-124.

The assessment of the cervical spine. Part 2: Strength and endurance/fatigue 
Nikolaos Strimpakos, The assessment of the cervical spine. Part 2: Strength and endurance/fatigue, Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies (2011) 15, 417-430.

Effect of strength training in addition to general exercise in the rehabilitation of patients with non-specific neck pain: A randomized clinical trial
Rolving, H., et al. Effect of strength training in addition to general exercise in the rehabilitation of patients with non-specific neck pain: A randomized clinical trial. European Journal of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine (2014) 50, 617-26.

Lumbar Spine Rehabilitation

The missing link in protecting against back pain. 
Craig Liebenson, The missing link in protecting against back pain, Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies (2010) 14, 99-101.

Upper Extremity Rehabilitation

Self-management of shoulder disorders — Part 1 
Craig Liebenson, Self-management of shoulder disorders—Part 1, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (2005) 9, 189–197.

Shoulder disorders—Part 2: Examination 
Craig Liebenson, Self-management of shoulder disorders—Part 1, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (2005) 9, 189–197.


Lower Extremity Rehabilitation

Kinesiology of the Hip: A Focus on Muscular Actions 
Donald A. Neumann, Kinesiology of the Hip: A Focus on Muscular Actions, Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, February 2010, volume 40, number 2, 82-94.

The Influence of Altered Lower-Extremity Kinematics on Patellofemoral Joint Dysfunction: A Theoretical Perspective 
Christopher M. Powers,The Influence of Altered Lower-Extremity Kinematics on Patellofemoral Joint Dysfunction: A Theoretical Perspective, Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, Volume 33, Number 11, November 2003, 639-646.

Gait and posture - assessment in general practice
Sweeting, K. Mock M. Gait and posture - assessment in general practice. Australian Family Physician. Volume 36, Number 6, June 2001, 398-401, 404-405.

 

Michael J. Tunning D.C., ATC

Michael J. Tunning D.C., ATC

Assistant Professor, Diagnosis and Radiology Department
Palmer College of Chiropractic
(563)884-5865

michael.tunning@palmer.edu

 

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