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Champaign : Human Kinetics, c2000
xxiv,439 s. : il.

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ISBN 0-88011-864-4 (váz.)
Obsahuje ilustrace, fotografie, tabulky, grafy, bibliografické odkazy
Propriocepce - pojednání
Ústrojí pohybové - propriocepce - pojednání
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Foreword ix // Contributors and Participants xi // Preface XV // Introduction Introduction to the Sensorimotor System xvii - Scott M. Lephart, PhD, Bryan L. Riemann, MA, and Freddie H. Tu, MD // Section 1 Contribution of the Sensorimotor System to Joint Stability 1 // Section Leaders: Jonas Pedersen, PhD, and Scott F. Dye, MD // Chapter 1 Peripheral Afferents of the Knee: Their Effects on Central Mechanisms Regulating. Muscle Stiffness, Joint Stability, and Proprioception and Coordination 5 - Hakan Johansson, MD, PhD, Jonas Pedersen, PhD, Mikael Bergenheim, PhD, and M. Djupsjöbacka, PhD // Chapter 2 Contribution of the Three Levels of Nervous System Motor Control: Spinal Cord, Lower Brain, Cerebral Cortex 23 - Roland M. Biedert, MD // Chapter 3 Functional Anatomy of the Cerebellum 31 - Scott F. Dye, MD // Chapter 4 Contribution of the Peripheral Somatosensory System to Balance and Postural Equilibrium 37 - Bryan L. Riemann, MA, and Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD // Chapter 5 Motor Learning, Motor Control, and Knee Injuries 53 - William E. Garrett Jr., MD, PhD, and Donald T. Kirkendall, PhD // Chapter 6 Functional Anatomy of the Knee: Bony Geometry, Static and Dynamic Restraints, Sensory and Motor Innervation 59 - Scott F. Dye, MD, and Geoffrey L. Vaupel, MD // Chapter 7 Neuromuscular Contributions to Knee Kinematics and Kinetics: Normal Versus the Pathological State 77 - Timothy E. Heivett, PhD, Mark V. Paterno, MS, PT, and Frank R. Noyes, MD // Chapter 8 Gross Anatomy of the Shoulder: Bony Geometry, Static and Dynamic Restraints, Sensory and Motor Innervation 89 - Lucio S. Ernlund, MD, and Jon J.P. Warner, MD // Chapter 9 Peripheral Afferents of the Shoulder: Relationship Between Active and Passive Restraints Regulating Muscle Activation 99 - Carlos A. Guanche, MD, Moshe Solomonow, PhD, and Robert D. D’Ambrosia, MD //
Chapter 10 Neuromuscular Contributions to Normal Shoulder Joint Kinematics 109 - Ansivorth A. Allen, MD // Chapter 11 Peripheral Afferent Nerve Regeneration 115 - Kevin P. Black, MD, and Michael H. Rieber, MD // Section 2 Effects of Ligament Injury on the Sensorimotor System 123 // Section Leaders: Thomas P. Andriacchi, PhD, and Joerg G. Jerosch, MD // Chapter 12 Validation of Techniques to Measure Knee Proprioception 127 - Bruce D. Beynnon, PhD, Per A. Renström, MD, PhD, Lars Konradsen, MD, Lars-Gunnar Elmqvist, MD, PhD, Daniel Gottlieb, MS, and Marco Dirks, MD // Chapter 13 Techniques for Measuring Sensorimotor Control of the Ankle: Evaluation of Different Methods 139 - Lars Konradsen, MD, Bruce D. Beynnon, PhD, and Per A. Renström, MD, PhD // Chapter 14 The Role of Electromyography in the Assessment of Neuromuscular Control - Thomas Bochdansky, MD, Josef Kollmitzer, PhD, and Gerold Ebinbechler, PhD // Chapter 15 A Method for Analyzing Standing and Reactive Balance and Neuromuscular Responses of the Spine and Lower Extremities 161 - Jennifer Ocif Christine Gardner, John Albright, MD, and Malcolm Pope, Dr Med Sei // Chapter 16 Neuromuscular Performance in the ACL-Deficient Knee 171 - Laura Huston, MS, and Edward Wojtys, MD // Chapter 17 Functional Adaptations in Patients With ACL-Deficient Knees 181 - Thomas P. Andriacchi, PhD, Debra E. Hurwitz, PhD, Charles A. Bush-Joseph, MD, and Bernard R. Bach, MD // Chapter 18 Neuromuscular Profile of the Functionally Stable ACL-Deficient Knee 189 - Christian Fink, MD, Ivan Vassilev, MD, Arthur Kleipool, MD, Freddie H. Fu, MD, and Scott M. Lephart, PhD // Chapter 19 Effects of Knee Ligament Injury and Reconstruction on Proprioception 197 -Robert L. Barrack, MD, and Barry G. Munn, MD // Chapter 20 Effects of ACL Reconstruction on Proprioception and Neuromuscular Performance 213 - David Beard, PhD, PT, and Kathryn Refshauge //
Chapter 21 Effects of Injury and Reconstruction of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament on Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control 225 - Marc R. Safran, MD, Christopher D. Hamer, MD, Jorge L. Giraldo, MD, Freddie H. Fu, MD, and Scott M. Lephart, PhD // Chapter 22 Proprioception and Sensorimotor Control in the Functionally Unstable Ankle 237 - Lars Konradsen, MD, Bruce D. Beynnon, PhD, and Per A. Renström, MD, PhD // Chapter 23 Effects of Shoulder Instability on Joint Proprioception 247 - Joerg G. Jerosch, MD // Chapter 24 Role of Shoulder Stabilization Relative to Restoration of Neuromuscular Control and Joint Kinematics Roger G. Pollock, MD // Section 3 Special Issues Related to Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control 277 - Section Leaders: Peter J. Fowler, MD, FRCSC, and Per A. Renström, MD, PhD // Chapter 25 Proprioceptive Thresholds at the Ankle: Implications for the Prevention of Ligament Injury 279 - James A. Ashton-Miller, PhD // Chapter 26 Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control Related to the Female Athlete 291 - Mary Lloyd Ireland, MD // Chapter 27 Influence of Knee and Ankle Support on Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control 301 Per A. Renström, MD, PhD, Lars Konradsen, MD, and Bruce D. Beynnon, PhD // Chapter 28 Surgical Considerations Related to Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control 311 - Ian K.Y. Lo, MD, and Peter J. Fowler, MD, FRCSC // Chapter 29 The Role of Proprioception in Patients With DJD and Following Total Knee Arthroplasty 323 - C. Buz Swanik, PhD, Harry E. Rubash, MD, Robert L. Barrack, MD, and Scott M. Lephart, PhD // Chapter 30 Overview of the Neuromuscular Control of the Shoulder, Its Status in Patients With Degenerative Joint Disease and After Shoulder Arthroplasty 339 - Jorge L. Giraldo, MD, Christian Fink, MD, Ivan Vassilev, MD, Jon J.P. Warner, MD, and Scott M. Lephart, PhD //
Section 4 Role of Rehabilitation in Reestablishing Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control - Section Leaders: David H. Perrin, PhD, and James J. Irrgang, PhD, PT // Chapter 31 Models for Clinical Research Involving Proprioception and Neuromuscular 349 - Control David H. Perrin, PhD, and Sandra J. Shultz, MS // Chapter 32 The Rationale for Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Activities for Restoration of Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control Following Injury 363 - James J. Irrgang, PhD, PT, and Randy Neri, PT // Chapter 33 Role of Fatigue on Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control 375 - Susan Rozzi, PhD, Pongsak Yuktanandana, MD, Danny Pincivero, PhD, and Scott M. Lephart, PhD // Chapter 34 The Role of Coactivation and Eccentric Activity in the ACL-Injured Knee 385 - Louis Osternig, PhD // Chapter 35 Restoration of Dynamic Stability in the ACL-Deficient Knee 393 - Katherine S. Rudolph, MS, FT, Kelley Fitzgerald, PhD, PT, OCS, and Lynn Snyder-Mackler, ScD, PT // Chapter 36 Restoration of Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control of the Unstable Shoulder 405 - Scott M. Lephart, PhD, and Timothy J. Henry, PhD // Chapter 37 Restoration of Functional Motor Patterns and Functional Testing in the Throwing Athlete 415 - Kevin E. Wilk, PT // About the Editors 439

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