CONTENTS


FOREWORD
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
PART I. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
Chapter 1. What is "Orthopaedic Selective 
                Spasticity-Control Surgery" ?
 1. Introduction @
 2. Review of current treatments of spasticity
 3. Motor-Functional Characteristics of Hypertonicity 
    1. Background of orthopaedic selective spasticity-control surgery
       concept     
    2. Characteristics of motor disorders	
    3.Motor-functional analysis of reflexes (Primitive, pathological 
       and abnormal postural reflexes
 4. Fundamentals of the Motor Disability 
     1.Disorders of propulsive movements (Difficulty in alternation) 
     2.Disorders of antigravity (body-supporting) movements
 5. Are spastic and athetosis movements reducible and is their 
      reduction measurable quantitatively?
Chapter 2. Functional Anatomy of Basic Motor-functions 
 and Its Therapeutic and Surgical Implications
  1. Head control
  2. Turnover
  3. Mermaid crawl
  4. Four-point crawl
  5. Sitting
  6. Kneeling
  7. Standing and walking
  8. Reach function 
  9. Fine motor skills
Chapter 3. Diagnosis, Assessment and Decision-making
  1. General status
	Physiological classification
	Topographical classification
	Gross motor milestone
	Posture and reflexes
  2. Neurological assessment
	Static postural reflexes
	Righting reaction
	Equilibrium reaction
	Others
  3. Orthopaedic assessment 
     (Deformities, contractures and dislocations)
	Cervical spine
	Thoracic and lumbar spine (Scoliosis)
	Upper extremity
	Lower extremity
  4. Gait analysis

PART 2.  PRACTICE OF ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT

Chapter 1. Specific Surgical Techniques
  1. Techniques for orthopaedic selective spasticity-control surgery
  2. Other orthopaedic surgery
  3. Surgical procedures undertaken
	
Chapter 2. Upper Extremity
1. Introduction
2. Motor Functions of the Upper Extremity
3. Shoulder Girdle and Shoulder
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
  2. Historical reviews of treatment
  3. Surgical approaches   
4. Elbow
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
  2. Historical reviews
  3. Surgical approaches
5. Forearm
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
    2.	Historical reviews
    3.	Surgical approaches
6. Wrist
  1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
  2.Historical reviews
  3. Surgical approaches
7. Fingers
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
    2.	Historical reviews
  3. Surgical approaches
 8. Thumb
  1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
    2.	Historical reviews
    3.	Surgical approaches
Chapter 3. Lower Extremity
 1. Weight-bearing mechanism
 2. Hip
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities 
    2.	Historical reviews
    3.	Surgical approaches
    4.Combined procedures
 3. Knee
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
    2.	Historical reviews
    3.	Surgical approaches
 4. Foot
   1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
   2.  Development of the foot and ankle, and its characteristics
   3. Treatment practiceHallux valgus deformityCalcaneus deformity
		1) Equinus deformity
		2) Planovalgus deformity
		3) Equinovarus deformity
                4) Hallux valgus deformity
                5) Pes calcaneous deformity       
Chapter 4. Spine
 1. Cervical spine
  1. Extensor thrust posture
       1) Functional anatomy
	 2) Historical reviews
	 3) Surgical approaches
  2. Radiculopathy and radiculomyelopathy
	1) Pathogenesis
	2) Historical review
	3) Diagnosis and evaluation
	4) Surgical approaches
           Release surgery          
           Anterior decompression and fusion
 2. Trunk (Scoliosis)
    1.	Functional anatomy and characteristics of deformities
    2.	Historical review
    3.	Treatment
    4. Surgical approaches
        Release surgery:
        Anterior fusion:
Chapter 5. Indications for Surgery
    1. Control of postural reflexes @
     2. Control of local reflexes (spasticity)
     3. Control of athetosis
     4. Correction of deformities 
     5. Facilitation of fine motor skills
     6. Facilitation of gross motor functions
     7. Treatment of cervical Radiculomyelopathy

PART 3.  MOTOR FUNCTIONAL BASIS OB 
              THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT
Introduction
Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Physiotherapeutic Management
1. Stretching
2. Dynamic exercises of gross motor function
3. Positioning exercises(Antigravity activities)
   
Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Occupational Therapy and
               Activities of Daily Living

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