Having presented an osteopathic interpretation of trauma, the authors apply some of their own unique methods of osteopathic diagnosis, particularly with regard to those structures that are often affected by trauma: the dural tube, cranial sutures, craniofacial membranous junction, mediastinum, and spleen. The book concludes with a description of manual techniques devised by the authors to treat some of the more recalcitrant sequelae of trauma.
- A Mechanical Approach to Trauma
- A Functional-Anatomical Approach to Trauma
- A Tissular Approach to Trauma
- Clinical Complaints Related to Trauma
- List of Illustrations