pathomechanics

pathomechanics

(path?o-mi-kan'i-ks)
Changes in the normal biomechanical function of a joint, an extremity, or the torso as the result of trauma or disease. See: biomechanics
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Compression, traction, and subluxation/ dislocation of the ulnar nerve at the cubital tunnel during prolonged elbow flexion or repetitive elbow flexion and extension are associated with the pathomechanics of UNEE.
Shoulder pain in chronic spinal cord injury, Part I: Epidemiology, etiology, and pathomechanics.
As with all clinical orthopedic work, the answer lies in choosing the correct treatment approach based on the specific pathomechanics of the client's condition and the needs of the client at that moment.
2010) Lower back pain in cyclists: A review of epidemiology, pathomechanics and risk factors.
In this article, neuro-musculoskeletal (kinesiology) principles are reviewed to examine the psycho-physical domains and pathomechanics of lumbosacral-related pain relative to select interventional techniques, based on the treatment algorithms developed by the International Spine Intervention Society [2].
Each condition has an overview, an explanation of Chinese medical etiology and pathomechanics, Chinese medical treatment, including pattern differentiation, prognosis, preventative care, expert opinions, insights into integrative techniques, quotes form classical texts, modern research and references.
Hertel J (2002) Functional anatomy, pathomechanics, and pathophysiology of lateral ankle instability.
Research has helped to broaden the knowledge base of PT, provide explanation to the pathomechanics of musculoskeletal dysfunction and enhance the confidence and competence of the practicing physical therapist.
Cervical cord neurapraxia: classification, pathomechanics, morbidity, and management guidelines.
We believe strongly in the approach advocated by Maitland (1991) of impairment-based management, tempered by our growing knowledge of pathomechanics and pathophysiology of the structures within the shoulder complex (Jones & Magarey, 2001) and influences of all components of the pain state (Gifford 1998, 2000, Jones et al 2002).