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Non-Medicinal & Non-Invasive Pain Control Methodologies for the Cervical – Shoulder Girdle and Craniofacial Region

The publications that follow represent the extensive contribution to the supportive literature by diplomats of the Physical Therapy Board of Craniofacial & Cervical Therapeutics.

 

Pain Control Methodologies Publications by Jeffrey Mannheimer

 

Mannheimer JS & Lampe GN. Clinical Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. F.A. Davis & Co., Philadelphia, PA. 1984. 

Mannheimer JS. TENS - Uses and Effectiveness. In Michel T (ed): Pain: International Perspectives in Physical Therapy, Churchill Livingstone, 1985. 

Mannheimer, JS. Non-Medicinal and Non-Invasive Pain Control Techniques in the Management of Rheumatic Disease and Related Musculoskeletal Disorders. Journal of Rheumatology 14 (supp 15): 26-32, 1987. 

Mannheimer JS. TENS and Non-Traditional Therapies in Pain Control. In Echternach, J (ed). Pain: Clinics in Physical Therapy, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1987. 

Mannheimer JS. An Overview of Physical Therapy Modalities and Procedures. In Pertes, R.A. (ed.) Clinical Management of Temporomandibular Disorders and Facial Pain. Quintessence Books, Chicago, 1995. 

Mannheimer JS. The Effect of Microcurrent Stimulation on ATP Synthesis in the Human Masseter as Evidenced by 31P Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. Seton Hall University Library, 2005. Ph.D Dissertation.

 
Kietrys DM, Palombaro KM & Mannheimer JS. Dry needling for management of pain in the upper quarter and craniofacial region. Current Pain & Headache Reports. 18(8): 437- 446, 2014.