Fisioterapia Ginecológica. Obstétrica


SUELO PELVICO EN LA MUJER. FUNCION, DISFUNCION Y TRATAMIENTO SEGUN LA TEORIA INTEGRAL

Este libro representa un nuevo abordaje lógico y muy actualizado de los problemas planteados por la anatomía y la función del suelo pélvico. El profesor Petros usa el marco de la teoría integral para ofrecer el fundamento anatómico de numerosos cuadros de disfunción del suelo pélvico, un sistema diagnóstico sencillo que permite determinar las estructuras que causan el problema, una serie de «operaciones» simuladas que ayudan a comprobar el diagnóstico y un nuevo tratamiento no quirúrgico.

FISIOTERAPIA EN OBSTETRICIA Y UROGINECOLOGIA

Se trata de una obra novedosa que ofrece al fisioterapeuta una guía útil en su trabajo con la embarazada antes y después del parto. - La autora hace especial hincapié en aquellas alteraciones musculoesqueléticas que puede sufrir la mujer durante el embarazo y postparto y aquellas referidas a la pelvis que pueden ocurrir a lo largo de la vida de la mujer, como la incontinencia urinaria y los prolapsos. - La obra aborda en una primera parte la anatomía de la gestación, el ejercicio durante el embarazo, la fisioterapia obstétrica y postparto.

PELVIC POWER. MIND/BODY EXERCISES FOR STRENGTH, FLEXIBILITY, POSTURE, AND BALANCE

Combining scientific principles with movement and imagery exercises that are both effective and fun, this book demonstrates how to create a stronger body by toning the pelvic floor. Focusing on the biomechanics of the pelvic floor, which acts as a support for the inner organs and contains a passage for the urethra, the sex organs, and the rectum, this guide shows how the pelvic floor plays an important role in almost all movements, balance, and body posture.

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THE PELVIC FLOOR

The remarkably complex pelvic floor and its disorders comprise one of the most interesting -- and challenging -- areas of physical therapy. And recently, common problems once considered taboo, such as incontinence, have become mainstream issues. More than ever before, a solid understanding of the structure and function of the manifold problems of the pelvic floor is vital to successful treatment.

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PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION. A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH (HARDCOVER)

This book provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive aspects of evaluation and therapy of female pelvic floor dysfunction. It is edited by well-known international surgeons with clinical practices within one tertiary referral institution, the Pelvic Floor Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston (Fort Lauderdale), Florida which serves as a National and International referral center for women with symptomatic pelvic floor problems.

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THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE FOR LUMBOPELVIC STABILIZATION

This book is based on the evidence from research undertaken by the authors over a number of years. The significance of these findings to the treatment and prevention of low back pain are now widely acknowledged, not only among researchers but also, and perhaps more importantly, among practitioners concerned with the management and prevention of back pain. In this new edition they have taken the opportunity to extend the scope of the book to accommodate the most recent evidence, which has emerged since the first edition was published in 1999.

CLINICAL ANATOMY OF THE PELVIC FLOOR (

Since a clear understanding of the pelvic floor region is crucial for both male and female pelvic surgery and for fundamental mechanisms of urogenital and/or ano-rectal dysfunction and treatment, the authors present a morphological concept that is in accordance with actual clinical concepts. The reinterpreted anatomical concept is compared to classical morphological ideas and what is most important to functional considerations.

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CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN

Full Author: John F. Steege, MD, Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Chief Division of Gynecology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, Deborah A. Metzger, PhD, MD, Director, Reproductive Medicine Institute of Connecticut, Hartford, CT, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, Barbara Levy, MD, FACOG, FACS, Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA, Chief of Staff, St.