Book Notes

“Clinical Neurodynamics” by Michael Shacklock

Chapter 1: General Neurodynamics

Chapter 2: Specific Neurodynamics

Chapter 3: General Neuropathodynamics

Chapter 4: Diagnosis of Specific Dysfunctions

Chapter 5: Diagnosis with Neurodynamic Tests

Chapter 6: Planning the Physical Examination

Chapter 7: Standard Neurodynamic Testing

Chapter 8: Method of Treatment: Systematic Progression

Chapter 9: Cervical Spine

Chapter 10: Upper Limb

Chapter 11: Lumbar Spine

Chapter 12: Lower Limb

“Explain Pain” By David Butler & Lorimer Moseley

Section 1: Intro to Pain

Section 2: The Alarm System

Section 3: The Damaged and Deconditioned Body

Section 4: Altered Central Nervous System Alarms

Section 5: Modern Management Models

Section 6: Management 

“Movement” by Gray Cook

Chapter 1: Introduction to Screening and Assessment

Chapter 2: Anatomical Science vs. Functional Science

Chapter 3: Understanding Movement

Chapter 4: Movement Screening

Chapter 5: Functional Movement Systems and Movement Patterns

Chapter 6: Functional Movement Screen Descriptions

Chapter 7: SFMA Introduction and Top Tier Tests

Chapter 8: SFMA Assessment Breakout Descriptions and Flowcharts

Chapter 9: Analyzing the Movements in Screens and Assessments

Chapter 10: Understanding Corrective Strategies

Chapter 11: Developing Corrective Strategies

Chapter 12: Building the Corrective Framework

Chapter 13: Movement Pattern Corrections

Chapter 14: Advanced Corrective Strategies

Chapter 15: In Conclusion

“Recognizing and Treating Breathing Pattern Disorders” by Leon Chaitow

Chapter 1: What are Breathing Pattern Disorders?

Chapter 1: The Structure and Function of Breathing

Chapter 2: Patterns of Breathing Function in Hyperventilation Syndrome and Breathing Pattern Disorders

Chapter 3: Biochemical Aspects of Breathing

Chapter 4:  Biomechanical Influences on Breathing

“The Sensitive Nervous System” by David Butler

Chapter I: Painting a Bigger Canvas

Chapter II:  A Bird’s Eye View of the Nervous System

Chapter III:  Pain Mechanisms and Peripheral Sensitivity

Chapter IV: Central Sensitivity, Response, and Homeostatic Systems

Chapter V: Neurodynamics

Chapter VI: Clinicians & Their Decisions

Chapter VII: Assessment with a Place for the Nervous System

Chapter VIII: Palpation and Orientation of Peripheral Nervous System

Chapter IX: Manual Assessment of Nerve Conduction

Chapter X: Neurodynamic Tests in the Clinic

Chapter XI: Neurodynamic Testing for the Spine and Lower Limb

Chapter XII: Upper Limb Neurodynamic Tests

Chapter XIII: Research & Neurodynamics: Is Neurodynamics Worthy of Scientific Merit?

Chapter XIV: Management Strategies: Integration of Neurodynamics

Chapter XV: Clinical Aspects of Neurodynamics

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