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Quelques bibliographies pour étayer ce site !

 

 

 

Page mise à jour le 22 / 12 / 2016.

 

Sur cette page vous trouverez mes ouvrages de références et bibliographies dont je me sers au quotidien et comme livre de chevet pour ma pratique quotidienne et surtout pour ne pas raconter n'importe quoi....

 

La kinésithérapie n'a pas le même niveau de preuve concernant ses pratiques que la médecine ou les médicaments mais nos techniques tendent à être comparées pour devenir valides et donc non dangereuses.

 

Les publications suivantes valident donc nos pratiques manuelles et empiriques par des tests et analyses (et mieux encore des méta-analyses).

 

Les ligamentoplasties commencent à être une chirugie qui a fait ses preuves depuis plusieurs dizaines d'années, ces ouvrages décrivent donc les différentes méthodes et leurs résultats chiffrés ainsi que les erreurs techniques chirurgicales comme kinésithérapiques. Idem pour les techniques de sutures méniscales qui sont parfois arthrogènes.

 

 

Les bibliographies utilisées pour élaborer ce site : LCA, rotule, prothèse, ligaments, return to play or to sport, ménisques...

 

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Les ouvrages de référence concernant le genou

 

Pathologie ligamentaire du genou (2004) : ouvrage majeur

 

650 pages !

 

La bible parue en 2004 pour toutes les nouveautés et les références sur les communications sur le genou ligamentaire de l'anatomie à la chirurgie jusqu'en 2003 inclus (P. LANDREAU, P. CHRISTEL, P. DJIAN)

  • anatomie du LCA (2 faisceaux) du LCP, des ménisques, des ligaments périphériques LLI et LLE, ligaments méniscaux...
  • surtout l'article de Middelton qui recense toutes les choses kinésithérapiques écrites sur ma page LIGAMENTS de ce site qui sont connues depuis longtemps et qui doivent donc être effectuées par les kinésithérapeutes
  • LCA et LCP : traumatisme
  • LCA et LCP : chirurgie = KJ, Didt, Mac Intosh et les extra articulaires dont Lemaire
  • tests d'instabilité
  • imagerie du LCA

My knee expérience (2006)

 
  • fantastique ouvrage probablement destiné aux chirurgiens et aux mordus de genou comme moi... regroupant les 10 opérations les plus fréquentes en chirurgie du genou, pratiquées par l'équipe lyonnaise. génial !
 

Pathologie femoro patellaire...

 

ouvrage très ancien que l'on retrouve souvent dans les bibliographies

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Le genou et le sport (2008)

 

S'il y a eu des nouveauté entre 2004 et 2008 vous les trouverez dans cet ouvrage de la très active équipe lyonnaise. Les 13è journées lyonnaises de chirurgie du genou (2008).

  • Il y a aussi un superbe article sur les contusions osseuses et le rapport immédiat avec une chirurgie avec une contusion, sans parler de l'article très "statistique" qui décortique les tests manuels d'instabilité en fonction des lésion totale ou partielle du LCA
  •  j'y ai trouvé aussi un article "pratique du sport et prothèse" qui ressemble beaucoup à la communication que faisait le groupe Nollet (75017 Paris) depuis une bonne paire d'année...dont vous retrouverez le fichier PDF chargeable via la page PROTHESE de ce site (et depuis longtemps sur ce site!)

 

 

Biomécaniques des membres inférieurs (2008)

 

La 2è bible du kiné qui se creuse la tête en biomécanique des articulations du membre inférieur et donc du genou (pour ceux qui connaissent : les roulements, glissements, centres de rotation...)

 


Récupération et performance en sport (éditions INSEP 2010).

 

à tous ceux qui répétaient les "on dit" sur les étirements la récupération l'hydratation le massage de récupération et tous le reste dont les courbatures et autres DOMS, chaussettes de récup...le tout avec des tonnes d'explications graphes et statistiques.introuvable désormais!

 

pour les patients : une versions brochée et moins couteuse (17€) avec les résumés sous forme de fiches

On ne racontera plus n'importe quoi sur ces sujets là désormais!

 

Les ouvrages d'anatomie, moins "genou"

 

Le très connu "NETTER"

 

en images et en couleur, c'est beau !!!

 

 

Biomécanique fonctionnelle(2007) : dufour et pillu
 



Le récent (2007) "biomécanique fonctionnelle" de M. DUFOUR et M. PILLU qui est une excellente alternative aux Kapandji sans le discréditer mais les données sont on ne peut plus rigoureuses et l'anatomie revue et  mise à jour (les amplitudes sont elles aussi plus rigoureuses que celles parfois annoncées dans Kapandji tome 2) 

 

 

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