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Cranial Osteopathy for Infants, Children and Adolescents

Nicette Sergueef, DO & all. - Churchill Livingstone
dimanche 10 novembre 2019 par Nicette Sergueef

Cranial Osteopathy for Infants, Children and Adolescents -A Practical Handbook

By Nicette Sergueef, DO, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA

ISBN 0443103526 / 9780443103520 · Paperback · 336 Pages · 240 Illustrations - Churchill Livingstone ·- Price : £ 31.99

Summary

This is a practical ‘how to’ handbook for osteopathic students and practitioners. The approach is based upon cranial osteopathic principles and provides the application of indirect, functional osteopathic manipulative methods for treating infants and children. This well written, beautifully illustrated and thoroughly researched and referenced text provides the reader with an extensive description and understanding of the embryology and anatomy that underlies the distinctive osteopathic concept of somatic dysfunction. Fundamental information about the diagnosis of somatic dysfunction and application of treatment is presented in a clear, straightforward style and illustrated by extensive line drawings and photographs. Nicette Sergueef’s approach is a whole body functional approach employing the concepts of Cranial Osteopathy. This book is a must for every serious osteopath. It provides clinical insights and information that will be of great use to even the most experienced practitioner, yet it is written in a simple and concise manner, making it readily understandable by beginning students of Osteopathy.

Contents

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I : THE BIRTH PROCESS AND THE NEW-BORN

I. Fetus at term

  1. The fetal head
  2. The fetal trunk
  3. The fetal presentation

II. The maternal pelvis

  1. The bony pelvis
  2. The pelvic soft tissues
  3. The uterus
  4. The birth canal

III. The birth process

  1. Engagement
  2. Descent
  3. Expulsion

CHAPTER II : NORMAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD

I. The development of the cranium

  1. Neurocranium
  2. Viscerocranium
  3. Postnatal development

II. Psychomotor development

CHAPTER III : THE CRANIAL CONCEPT

I. The anatomy

  1. The neurocranium
  2. The viscerocranium

II. The dural attachments

  1. The falx cerebri
  2. The tentorium cerebelli
  3. The falx cerebelli
  4. The diaphragm of the sella
  5. The spinal dura

III. Motion in the cranial concept

  1. The phylogenetic evolution of the skull
  2. The ontogenetic development
  3. The aspects of movement

CHAPTER IV : DYSFUNCTIONS

I. Definition of dysfunction
II. Patterns of dysfunction

  1. Physiologic dysfunctions
  2. Non physiologic dysfunctions
  3. Intra-osseous dysfunctions
  4. Compensatory dysfunctions

III. Etiologies of dysfunctions
 A. Fetal period
 B. Birth process
 C. Childhood and Adolescence

CHAPTER V : EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT

I. History

  1. Maternal Information and History of the Pregnancy
  2. Birth Process
  3. Neonatal Information
  4. History ; Infants and Children
  5. History ; Adolescents

II. Physical Examination

  1. Observation
  2. Palpation for structure
  3. Palpation for function
  4. Physical Examination of the Infant
  5. Physical Examination of the Child
  6. Physical Examination of the Adolescent

CHAPTER VI : TREATMENT OF THE PATIENT

  • I. The Main Principles
  • II. Equilibration of Intracranial and Intraspinal Membranes
  • III. Fascial procedures
  • IV. Molding procedures
  • V. Equilibration of the Spheno-occipital synchondrosis
  • VI Occipital procedures
  • VII Sphenoidal procedures
  • VIII. Temporals procedures
  • IX. Frontal procedures
  • X. Vault procedures
  • XI. Facial procedures
  • XII. Pelvic procedures
  • XIII. Vertebral procedures
  • XIV. Appendicular procedures
  • XV. Visceral procedures
  • XVI. Diaphragmatic procedures
  • XVII. Equillibration of the Cranial Rhythmic Impulse

CHAPTER VII : CLINICAL CONDITIONS

I. Imbalances of the Axial Skeleton

  1. Torticollis
  2. Plagiocephaly
  3. Scoliosis
  4. Kyphosis - Lordosis
  5. Pectus excavatum and carinatum
  6. Vertebral somatic dysfunctions

II. Appendicular Imbalance

Upper extremity

  • A. Fractures of the clavicle
  • B. Brachial Plexus Injury
  • C. Shoulder dysplasia
  • D. Nursemaid syndrom

Lower extremity

  • A. Dysfunctions of the feet
  • B. Dysfunctions of the legs
  • C. Dysfunctions of the hips
  • D. Gait disorders

III. Ears, Nose and Throat

  1. Otitis media
  2. Rhinitis
  3. Sinusitis
  4. Pharyngitis and tonsillitis

IV. Respiratory dysfunctions

  1. Mouth breathing
  2. Sleep apnea
  3. Bronchiolitis
  4. Asthma

V. Disorders of the Eyes

  1. Lacrimal duct obstruction
  2. Strabismus
  3. Astigmatism, myopia,hyperopia

VI. Digestive tract dysfunctions

  1. Sucking and Swallowing dysfunctions
  2. Regurgitation and Gastroesophageal reflux
  3. Colic
  4. Constipation

VII. Oro-facial dysfunctions

  1. Eruption
  2. Malocclusion
  3. Bruxism

Nous remercions Nicette Sergueef et les éditions Elsevier de nous avoir autorisé à présenter cet ouvrage
1ère publication sur le Site de l’Ostéopathie le 26-10-2007


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