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  1. The Alexander technique and its value in back disorders by Eric De Peyer, 1963
  2. My Quarter-Life Crisis: How an Anxiety Disorder Knocked Me Down, and How I Got Back Up by Lee Wellman, 2007-08-02
  3. Evaluation of upper extremity and low back cumulative trauma disorders: A screening manual by Barbara A Silverstein, 1984
  4. Musculoskeletal disorders of the neck and back (AAFP home study self-assessment) by Thomas W Wang, 2000
  5. The Weak back: Medical study of the endogenous components of disorders of the back, which is then called: a degenerative back by Paul Richard Marie Joseph Hanraets, 1959
  6. Diagnosis and treatment of acute low back disorders: A reference guide for physicians by Everett J Gordon, 1973
  7. Vibration, posture and low-back disorders of professional drivers by J Sandover, 1981
  8. Aircraft type and diagnosed back disorders in U.S. Navy pilots and aircrew (Report) by C. M Simon-Arndt, 1996
  9. Neck and back problems: The spine and related disorders by Jan de Vries, 1987
  10. Low Back and Leg Pain from Herniated Cervical Disc: New Method of Diagnosis and Conservative Treatment by Herman Kabat, 1980
  11. The Back and Its Disorders
  12. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders of the neck, back, and upper extremity in Washington State, 1990-1998 (Technical report) by Barbara A Silverstein, 2000
  13. Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder by Paul T. Mason, Randi Kreger, 2010-01-02
  14. Conquering Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Newest Techniques for Overcoming Symptoms, Regaining Hope, and Getting Your Life Back by Victoria Lemle Beckner, John B. Arden, 2008-09-01

61. Pruitt Chiropractic: Brain Stem Specialty
Specializes in headache problems, back pain, allergies, asthma, stomach disorders, numbness, and disease by clearing brain stem neurological pathways.
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Welcome to Pruitt Chiropractic Center. If you have problems with headaches, back pain, allergies or asthma, stomach disorders, numbness or other discomforts or disease, as a Specific Chiropractor, my goal is to restore your health and relieve pain. Let me familiarize you with a few of my beliefs and philosophies, shared by scholars you may recognize.
"Each patient carries his own doctor inside him. They come to us not knowing that truth. We are at our best when we give the doctor who resides in each patient a chance to work." Albert Schweitzer, M.D.
"Intelligence is present everywhere in our bodies... Our own inner intelligence is far superior to any we can try to substitute from the outside." Deepak Chopra, M.D.
"While other professions are concerned with changing the environment to suit the weakened body, chiropractic is concerned with strengthening the body to suit the environment." B.J. Palmer, D.C.

62. San Antonio Spine Surgery - South Texas Spinal Clinic
Surgical and nonsurgical treatment of spine and spinal disorders, including micro endoscopic surgery, back and neck injury, cervical thoracic and lumbar disk herniation.
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63. Home Page - Health Guide For Spine, Shoulder And Pelvis Disorders
Facts about the back, neck, shoulders, and pelvis, a directory of common disorders such as arthritis, fractures, and tumors, and links to medical center services.

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Chronic Pain Facts about the Spine, Shoulder, and Pelvis Physicians and Specialists ... Site Index
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The skeletal trunk that part of the body made up of the spine (back and neck), shoulders, and pelvis acts as the major support system for the rest of the body. Sometimes called the trunk or the torso, the skeletal trunk is home to weight-bearing bones and joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerve centers that make movement possible and allow flexibility for the rest of the body. Because of the complexity of its many tasks, the skeletal trunk is vulnerable to many disorders. Problems such as degenerative arthritis, nerve impingement, fractures, tumors disorders that can also cause pain and disability in other parts of the body are common to the skeletal trunk.
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64. Workable Ergonomics
A consulting firm specializing in the prevention of work related muscoloskeletal disorders (WMSD's) of the upper extremities and lower back. Cardiff, California.
Workable Ergonomics is a consulting firm specializing in the prevention of work related muscoloskeletal disorders (WMSD's) of the upper extremities and lower back. We provide a "hands on" approach to finding ergonomic solutions for your company. Workable Ergonomics evaluates the interaction between workers and their work stations with an emphasis on a biomechanical analysis of posture and work habits. The purpose of this evaluation is to provide recommendations for equipment, tools, work station design, and exercises that will reduce WMSD's. Workable Ergonomics is owned by Susan Glumac, a Certified Industrial Ergonomist and licensed physical therapist. She has been actively involved in injury prevention for over 25 years; first in sports medicine, and now in industry. She has served as the Ergonomics course chair for the OSHA Training Institute for five years. She has organized and been the guest speaker for numerous ergonomic conferences, and is the ergonomic consultant for the San Diego Safety Council. Workable Ergonomics
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Disc disease in the cervical, thoracic, or lumbar spine can cause neck pain, back pain, arm pain, leg pain or any combination of the above. Weakness in an extremity, difficulty with gait, incoordination, or loss of bowel/bladder control is rare. Southwest Georgia Regional Spine Center
SOUTHWEST GEORGIA REGIONAL SPINE CENTER DISC DISORDERS OF THE Intervertebral discs are the "cushions" of cartilage between the bony vertebral bodies in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine. There existence allows the body to accept and dissipate load across multiple levels in the spine and still allow for the flexibility required for performing normal activities of daily living. As the body twists, bends, flexes and extends; the intervertebral discs are constantly changing their shape. The discs themselves are composed of a tough, outer fibrous layer (the annulus fibrosis) and a soft, almost gelatinous inner layer (the nucleus pulposis). As a part of the aging process, the discs begin to lose their high water content and their ability to dissipate force as efficiently (SO CALLED DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE). By the age of 35, approximately 30% of people will show evidence of disc degeneration at one or more levels. By the age of 60, greater than 90% of people will show evidence of disc degeneration at one or more levels on MRI. In some patients, this disc degeneration can be nearly asymptomatic; in others, disc degeneration can lead to intractable back pain. As the discs deteriorate, the spine can initially become less stable. Bony spurs can develop as a result of this instability and can cause pressure on nearby nerves leading to leg or arm pain. Narrowing of the neural canal by these bony spurs is known as degenerative spinal stenosis. The outer layer of the discs themselves can also tear. When this occurs, the inner, gelatinous layer can herniate out ( A "HERNIATED" OR "RUPTURED" DISC) and also cause pressure on an adjacent nerve. If the herniation occurs in the neck and causes pressure there, this can cause pain that radiates into the shoulder and arm; if it occurs in the back, the pain produced can radiate down into the hip and leg.

66. Herniated Disc (Slipped Disc) Answers -
Information on herniated discs. Information on upper and lower back pain, spine disorders and neck problems, causes, symptoms, diagnoses, prevention and treatment.
A patient with a herniated or "slipped" disc can have leg and/or back pain. The most common presenting complaint is that of shooting pain down one or, although uncommon, both legs. The pain will typically travel from the back or buttocks to below the knee, following the path of a specific nerve root. The following are drawings of typical nerve root distributions. The pain does not always fit neatly into one of these patterns, but it is helpful in determining which disc is herniated. Additionally, a patient may experience numbness or weakness with a herniated disc. The numbness is most frequently reported to be in the calf, the sole of the foot or the big toe. The weakness is often experienced by the patient as an inability to walk up the stairs normally or to walk on the toes. The weakness might present as an inability to lift the foot while walking (a "foot-drop"), or weakness in flexing or extending the knee, foot, or leg.

67. The Health Library — Musculoskeletal System
Wrist, Elbow and Arm disorders Hip disorders Knee disorders Injury (General) Muscle Diseases Shoulder disorders Spine (Neck and back) disorders.
Diseases and Disorders Use these links to jump directly to your topic of interest: Arthritis and Other Rheumatic Diseases Bone Diseases Cartilage Diseases Diagnostic Procedures ... Spine (Neck and Back) Disorders Musculoskeletal System: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Spine (Neck and Back) Disorders Anatomy of the Spine:Southern California Orthopedic Institute Anatomy of the Spine:American Association of Neurological Surgeons Cervical Spine:American Academy of Neurological Surgeons Neck Fact Sheets and Brochures:AAOS ... Tailbone Disorders:MEDLINEplus Back Injuries Back Injuries:MEDLINEplus Sprain and Strain:American Association of Neurological Surgeons Fracture of the Thoracic and Lumbar Spine:AAOS Compression Fractures of the Back:MEDLINEplus Medical Encyclopedia Back Pain Back Pain:MEDLINEplus Lower Back Pain, Self-Care Flowchart:American Academy of Family Physicians Low Back Pain:American Association of Neurological Surgeons Common Causes of Back ... Low Back Pain, Physician Reference Guide:American Board of Family Practice Sciatica, see Nervous System and Brain, Peripheral Nervous System Diseases

68. Low-Back Musculoskeletal Disorders: Evidence For Work-Relatedness - Introduction
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Low-back pain (LBP) is common in the general population: lifetime prevalence has been estimated at nearly 70% for industrialized countries; sciatic conditions may occur in one quarter of those experiencing back problems [Andersson 1981]. Studies of workers' compensation data have suggested that LBP represents a significant portion of morbidity in working populations: data from a national insurer indicate that back claims account for 16% of all workers' compensation claims and 33% of total claims costs [Snook 1982; Webster and Snook 1994b]. Studies have demonstrated that back disorder rates vary substantially by industry, occupation, and by job within given industries or facilities [see Bigos et al. 1986a; Riihimaki et al. 1989a; Schibye et al. 1995; Skovron et al. 1994]. Back disorder is multifactorial in origin and may be associated with both occupational and nonwork-related factors and characteristics. The latter may include age, gender, cigarette smoking status, physical fitness level, anthropometric measures, lumbar mobility, strength, medical history, and structural abnormalities [Garg and Moore 1992]. Psychosocial factors, both work- and nonwork-related, have been associated with back disorders. These relationships are discussed at length in Chapter 7 and Appendix B.

69. Low-Back Musculoskeletal Disorders: Evidence For Work-Relatedness
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Low-Back Musculoskeletal Disorders: Evidence for Work-Relatedness
There are many conditions in the low back which may cause back pain, including muscular or ligamentous strain, facet joint arthritis, or disc pressure on the annulus fibrosis, vertebral end-plate, or nerve roots. In most patients, the anatomical cause of LBP, regardless of its relationship to work exposures, cannot be determined with any degree of clinical certainty. Muscle strain is probably the most common type of work or nonwork back pain. While there is sometimes a relationship between pain and findings on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of disc abnormalities (such as a herniated disc and clinical findings of nerve compression), unfortunately, the most common form of back disorder is "non-specific symptoms," which often cannot be diagnosed. Wrom: CDC/NIOSH
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) and Workplace Factors
A Critical Review of Epidemiologic Evidence for Work-Related
Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Neck, Upper Extremity, and Low Back

70. Nat'l Academies Press, Musculoskeletal Disorders And The Workplace: (2001), Tabl
Musculoskeletal disorders and the Workplace Low back and Upper Extremities (2001)Institute of Medicine (IOM) Related Books, Buy from Catalog or View Catalog
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Openbook Linked Table of Contents Front Matter, pp. i-xviii Executive Summary, pp. 1-14 Part I: Introduction, pp. 15-16 Introduction, pp. 17-37 Dimensions of the Problem, pp. 38-64 Methodological Issues and Approache..., pp. 65-82 Part II: Review of the Evidence, pp. 83-84 Epidemiological Evidence, pp. 85-183 Tissue Mechanobiology, pp. 184-218 Biomechanics, pp. 219-286 Occupational Stress, pp. 287-300 Interventions in the Workplace, pp. 301-329 Work Now and In the Future, pp. 330-348 Part II: Implications, pp. 349-350 Patterns of Evidence, pp. 351-363 Conclusions and Recommendations, pp. 364-369 Research Agenda, pp. 370-374 References, pp. 375-430 Appendix A: Answers to Questions P..., pp. 431-438 Appendix B: Dissent, Robert M. Sza..., pp. 439-457 Appendix C: Panel Response to the ..., pp. 458-460 Appendix D: Contributors to the Re..., pp. 461-464 Appendix E: Biographical Sketches ..., pp. 465-470 Index, pp. 471-492

71. Nat'l Acad Press Catalog: Musculoskeletal Disorders And The Workplace:
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Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Workplace: Low Back and Upper Extremities Panel on Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Workplace, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council 512 pages, 6 x 9, 2001.
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hardcover International Price Every year workers' low-back, hand, and arm problems lead to time away from jobs and reduce the nation's economic productivity. The connection of these problems to workplace activities-from carrying boxes to lifting patients to pounding computer keyboards-is the subject of major disagreements among workers, employers, advocacy groups, and researchers. Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Workplace examines the scientific basis for connecting musculoskeletal disorders with the workplace, considering people, job tasks, and work environments. A multidisciplinary panel draws conclusions about the likelihood of causal links and the effectiveness of various intervention strategies. The panel also offers recommendations for what actions can be considered on the basis of current information and for closing information gaps. This book presents the latest information on the prevalence, incidence, and costs of musculoskeletal disorders and identifies factors that influence injury reporting. It reviews the broad scope of evidence: epidemiological studies of physical and psychosocial variables, basic biology, biomechanics, and physical and behavioral responses to stress. Given the magnitude of the problem-approximately 1 million people miss some work each year-and the current trends in workplace practices, this volume will be a must for advocates for workplace health, policy makers, employers, employees, medical professionals, engineers, lawyers, and labor officials.

72. SelfhelpMagazine: Eating Disorders Index
Listing of articles related to the subject matter.Category Health Mental Health disorders Eating Articles......EATING disorders. SelfHelp Program. Triumphant Journey A Cyberguide To StopOvereating and Recover from Eating disorders Booklet by J Poppink, MFCC. back.

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EATING DISORDERS Self-Help Program. Triumphant Journey: A Cyberguide To Stop Overeating and Recover from Eating Disorders Booklet by J Poppink, MFCC Compulsive Overeater: On the Verge of Getting Help by: Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C. Anorexia: I'm Not a Child and I'm So Afraid by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C. The Basics of Eating Disorder Psychotherapy: How it Works by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C. Bulimia/Anorexia and Compulsive Overeating: When Family and Friends Don't Get It by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C. Compulsive Overeating: Necessary Pain Prior to Real Help by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C. Compulsive Overeating: What Do You Look for Now When Therapy Didn't Help Before? by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C. Coping With Bulimia D K Weiss, PhD Eating Disorder Early Recovery: "How Do I Begin?" The 84,000 Ways by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C Eating Disorder Education: Benefits for Parents and Teens by Joanna Poppink, M.F.C.C.

73. NIMH: Anxiety Disorders
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Everybody knows what it's like to feel anxious the butterflies in your stomach before a first date, the tension you feel when boss is angry, the way your heart pounds if you are in danger. Anxiety rouses you to action. It gears you up to threatening situations. It makes you study harder for that exam, and keeps you on your toes when you're making a speech. In general, it helps you cope. But if you have an anxiety disorder , this normally helpful emotion can do just the oppositeit can keep you from coping and can disrupt your daily life. Anxiety disorders aren't just a case of "nerves." They are illnesses, often related to the biological make-up and life experiences of the individual, and they frequently occur in families. There are several types of anxiety disorders, each with it's own distinct features. An anxiety disorder may make you feel anxious most of the time, without any apparent reason. Or the anxious feelings can be so uncomfortable that to avoid them you may stop everyday activities, or you may have occasional bouts of anxiety so intense they are terrifying and they immobilize you. Anxiety disorders are the most common of all mental disorders, at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the Federal Agency that conducts and supports research related to mental disorders, mental health, and the brain, scientists are learning more and more about the notoriety of anxiety disorders, their causes, and how to alleviate them. NIMH also conducts educational outreach activities about anxiety disorders and other mental illnesses.

74. Autism And Developmental Disorders: A Developmental Approach
A developmental, individualdifference, relationship-based approach (DIR) to interventionalso Category Health Mental Health Therapies and Treatments...... (This is an external link, so use your browser's back button to return.) The InterdisciplinaryCouncil on Developmental and Learning disorders (ICDL) also has
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A site maintained by David G. Nelson, MS, LAPC in Atlanta Georgia This site was last updated on March 11, 2003 This page focuses on a particular approach to working with children diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, variously called autism, pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), PDD-NOS and Asperger's syndrome. Other terms for the diagnosis may include regulatory disorder, multi-system developmental disorder, semantic-pragmatic disorder, hyperlexia , and sensory integration disorder. If you are concerned that your child may have some significant developmental challenges, The Unicorn Foundation provides an excellent checklist geared to your child's age. (This is an external link, so use your browser's Back button to return.) The Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders (ICDL) also has a Parent Resource Guide that provides excellent guidance and a list of resources. The approach discussed here is what Stanley Greenspan calls a developmental, individual-difference, relationship-based approach (D.I.R.) to interventionalso known as "floor-time." The ideas of James MacDonald and others are also reflected in these pages. The web contains many sources of autism-related information (see below), and I will not try to replicate them here, although I do provide links to some of the most useful sites.

75. The Sleep Well
Information on sleep, disorders, activism and related events.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Sleep disorders...... Sleep disorders Ring Site is owned by The Sleep Well. Click for the Previous RandomNext Site Skip Next Next 5 Ring Index, Next Ring Site. Go back to
A well full of information on sleep, sleep disorders, sleep activism, sleep-related events and much more! Updated October 10, 2000 Visitors, There are going to be some changes occurring for The Sleep Well Web Site. The Sleep Well sleep information is going to be updated and integrated with a new exciting web page at The SleepQuest goal is to provide you with a powerful resource and help you acquire knowledge about the vast field of sleep medicine. The SleepQuest Web Site features the 'Best Guide to Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)', the latest news in sleep research, an audio file of what OSA sounds like, a sleep forum plus much more. Dr. William Dement is SleepQuest's Chief Scientific Advisor. You can read his monthly column, Ask the doctor a question and in the future there will be chats with Dr. Dement. We subscribe to the HONcode principles
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76. Vestibular Disorders Hotsheet: Coping With Dizziness And Vertigo
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77. Mental Disorders
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78. Mental Disorders Diagnosed In Childhood
Mental disorders Diagnosed in Childhood clinical criteria, therapy, review of research.Category Health Mental Health disorders Child and Adolescent......Mental disorders Diagnosed in Childhood. back to previous level Anxiety, SeparationSearch PUBMED for Anxiety, Separation All Review Therapy Diagnosis;
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79. - Causes - Mechanical Disorders
While there are many different disorders that can produce mechanical back pain, thefollowing pages explain some of the more common causes of this type of pain

Developmental Disorders
Mechanical Disorders Trauma Tumors
Mechanical Disorders
Degenerative Disc Disease
Herniated Discs
Facet Arthropathy
Stenosis ... Failed Back Syndrome (FBS)

Human beings walk upright, and not on all fours, and as a result the lower back carries most of the body's weight. Because the stresses involved with twisting, turning, lifting, and bending are concentrated in the lower back , this is the part of the spine that is most likely to be injured and become a source of pain . Many people who suffer from back problems are experiencing mechanical pain, which means that a specific part of their spine, such as an intervertebral disc, a ligament, or a joint, is damaged and is not working correctly. While there are many different disorders that can produce mechanical back pain, the following pages explain some of the more common causes of this type of pain. Degenerative Disc Disease
Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is part of the natural process of growing older. Unfortunately, as we age, our intervertebral discs lose their flexibility, elasticity, and shock absorbing characteristics. Read More Facet Arthropathy
Just like the hip and the knee, the facet joints can also become arthritic and painful, and they can be a source of back pain. The pain and discomfort that is caused by degeneration and arthritis of this part of the spine is called facet arthropathy, which simply means a disease or abnormality of the facet joints.

80. EDSM
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