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Neck Care, 2nd Edition
Andrew Cole, MD, with contributions from various consultants and editors

24 pages, 34 illustrations

This comprehensive booklet is divided into three sections—
Sources of neck problems, discussed in three categories.
Therapies which may be prescribed--eleven categories.
Included are exercises—isometric, mobilizing, and base of neck.
Protection and Prevention through posture, relaxation, and fitness.
Patients find the numerous illustrations particularly helpful.  Photographs make clear what words cannot.

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Popular and informative booklets for Orthopedists, Neurologists, Doctors, Hospitals, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors and Hospitals.

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Back Care, Flexion/Extension Version–Updated 2012
Formerly 2nd Edition
Editor: Augustus A. White III, MD       Professor of Orthopedic Surgery     Harvard Medical School
Other contributors:  Cary C. Bucko, PT, MPT         Arthur E. Grant, MD,
                                Ib R. Odderson, MD, PhD, Murray A. Swanson, BS
24 pages, 30 illustrations


A flexion/extension program. 

Patient adopts the most appropriate exercises.

 This is a comprehensive program to relieve pain through postural alignment, stretching, strengthening, and protective measures.

After an explanation of sources of pain, the text moves to first-aid and  positions of relief, then to relief in daily activities. Overall fitness follows along with instructions on how to protect the back during sports and vigorous activities.

Finally there is an exercise program, emphasizing conditioning—8 pages with 12 illustrations. The patient selects appropriate exercises based on his or her response.

Noteworthy Features
​Flexible—Adaptable to patient’s condition.
Protective—Includes details and caveats omitted from other programs.
Illustrated—Photographs of real people add to the text.
Inexpensive—Bulk pricing is much lower than found elsewhere.

Back Care, 3rd Edition -Updated 2011
Editors and Contributors: Cary C. Bucko, MPT, 
Augustus A. White III, MD, Ib R. Odderson, MD, PhD,
Arthur E. Grant, MD, Murray A. Swanson, BS
24 pages, 44 illustrations


A flexion program
Although similar to Back Care 2nd edition, this version focuses on relief through Flexion Positions and Flexion Exercises.  If the patient’s lumbar lordosis is pronounced and the pelvic tilt tends to relieve pain, this version is likely to help.  The flexion-only exercise program is a refinement of the Williams Exercises which first became famous in the 1970s.  It is relatively simple and therefore supports compliance.

The Exercise Program consists of only seven basic exercises, presented with fifteen illustrations and careful, detailed instructions and caveats.   The program avoids the risky approach of simplified exercise sheets and booklets which fail to include important protective details. 

Noteworthy Features
Protective—Includes details and caveats omitted from other programs.
Illustrated—Photographs of real people add to the text.
Inexpensive—Bulk pricing is much lower than found elsewhere.