Whiplash

Whiplash
Author: Joi Ito,Jeff Howe
Publsiher: Grand Central Publishing
Total Pages: 299
Release: 2016-12-06
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781455544585

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This "brilliant and provocative" (Walter Isaacson) guide shares nine principles to adapt and survive the technological changes shaping our future from the director of the MIT Media Lab and a veteran Wired journalist. The world is more complex and volatile today than at any other time in our history. The tools of our modern existence are getting faster, cheaper, and smaller at an exponential rate, transforming every aspect of society, from business to culture and from the public sphere to our most private moments. The people who succeed will be the ones who learn to think differently. In Whiplash, Joi Ito and Jeff Howe distill that logic into nine organizing principles for navigating and surviving this tumultuous period: Emergence over Authority Pull over Push Compasses over Maps Risk over Safety Disobedience over Compliance Practice over Theory Diversity over Ability Resilience over Strength Systems over Objects Filled with incredible case studies and cutting-edge research and philosophies from the MIT Media Lab and beyond, Whiplash will help you adapt and succeed in this unpredictable world./DIV

Whiplash Injuries

Whiplash Injuries
Author: Stephen M. Foreman,Arthur C. Croft
Publsiher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Total Pages: 616
Release: 2002
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 0781726816

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Written by two leading chiropractic authorities, this Third Edition helps the reader understand, assess, diagnose, and treat whiplash injuries (cervical acceleration/deceleration syndrome). The text reviews the developmental anatomy and underlying anatomy associated with the syndrome and examines biomechanics related to whiplash. In addition, the book covers assessment techniques including clinical radiographic examinations such as MRI and CT.

Whiplash

Whiplash
Author: Janet Dailey
Publsiher: Kensington Books
Total Pages: 274
Release: 2021-08-31
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781496727428

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From New York Times bestselling author Janet Dailey comes the latest Champions novel, set on the Alamo Canyon Ranch, where a legacy bull rearing operation is run by three sisters—women who aren’t afraid to compete in a man’s world, or to take on something as wild as love—and win. When Val Champion returns to the family ranch, she’s ready to put her past behind her. Her dreams of a Hollywood acting career have become a nightmare of fear. But once she sees rodeo man Casey Bozeman facing down a bull in the arena, she knows she’s no safer at home. Confronted with her first and only true love, Val can’t deny her still powerful feelings for Casey. Feelings she can never act on again . . . Val’s the one who got away, the woman who broke his heart so hard he still feels the sting. But there’s no denying Casey’s still drawn to the fiery beauty. And there’s no way he can stand by when the high stakes Professional Bull Riding finals in Vegas bring out the danger Val’s been running from. Suddenly the rugged cowboy is willing to risk it all for her once more, even if it means facing down those secrets lurking in her unforgettable eyes . . .

The Whiplash Encyclopedia

The Whiplash Encyclopedia
Author: Robert Ferrari
Publsiher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Total Pages: 786
Release: 2006
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 0763729345

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With the second edition of The Whiplash Encyclopedia, Robert Ferrari revisits the notion that whiplash is an example of illness induced by society, in general, and by physicians in particular. The second edition takes the work out of understanding all the different dimensions of whiplash, be it why some people get chronic neck pain and others do not, what causes jaw pain, what therapies work and which do not, how we can understand the effect that psychosocial factors have on recovery, what effect litigation and insurance systems have on recovery, and many other topics. The Whiplash Encyclopedia leaves no topic on whiplash uncovered, and can be used in any medicolegal practice. The next time you have a question about whiplash, the answer is likely to be found in The Whiplash Encyclopedia. The Whiplash Encyclopedia, Second Edition explores new theories being heralded to explain chronic whiplash; discusses Central Sensitization; and includes a new chapter in whiplash mythology. In addition, it expands on the knowledge of what causes (and what does not cause) the many neurological and cognitive symptoms reported by whiplash patients. The second edition also investigates the Whiplash Cultures and countries where chronic whiplash is epidemic and examines those cultures by laying them next to countries that, despite having motor vehicle collisions as frequently as elsewhere in the world, and frequently having physicians diagnose acute whiplash, rarely or uncommonly has anyone taking the stage as chronic whiplash characters.

Frontiers in Whiplash Trauma

Frontiers in Whiplash Trauma
Author: Narayan Yoganandan,Frank A. Pintar
Publsiher: IOS Press
Total Pages: 626
Release: 2000
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 1586030124

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One of the goals for the proposed book is to bring together leading experts in the world working in multidisciplinary areas including epidemiology, biomechanics, experimental and analytical research, physical modeling, and clinical aspects of whiplash injury. The contributing authors have submitted chapters in their area of expertise. 39 Chapters are included that cover the above aspects.Contributions by the federal government, industry, health care professionals, academic researchers, and various experts from the United States and abroad are included.

Whiplash and Other Useful Illnesses

Whiplash and Other Useful Illnesses
Author: Andrew Malleson
Publsiher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Total Pages: 548
Release: 2005
Genre: Medical care, Cost of
ISBN: 0773529942

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Whiplash is diagnosed so frequently that in the U.S. alone its annual cost is estimated at between 13 and 18 billion dollars. Up to 10 per cent of all whiplash "victims" are reported as permanently disabled. Andrew Malleson contends that whiplash is nothing more than a neck strain that heals in a matter of days or weeks and argues that medical and legal professionals foster and create illnesses by dangling illusive fortunes in front of would-be claimants. In an exposé of how some health care and legal professionals prey on the anxieties and greed of their clients, Malleson argues that whiplash is only one of a long list of largely fabricated illnesses and injuries – such as fibromyalgia, repetitive strain injury, chronic fatigue syndrome, occupational back pain, chronic pain syndrome, and post-traumatic stress disorder – that drain resources from the health care system.

Whiplash

Whiplash
Author: Michele Sterling,Justin Kenardy
Publsiher: Elsevier Australia
Total Pages: 215
Release: 2011
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9780729539463

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Whiplash is one of the most debated and controversial musculoskeletal conditions. This is, in part, due to the often compensable nature of the injury and the fact that a precise pathoanatomical diagnosis is not usually achievable. Whiplash: Evidence base for clinical practice presents the evidence underpinning the complexity of whiplash associated disorders (WADs), from the specifics of current physiological and psychological manifestations of the condition to broader issues such as compensation and litigation. This new text will be essential reading for physiotherapy, chiropractic, osteopathy

Whiplash

Whiplash
Author: Catherine Coulter
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 480
Release: 2010-06-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781101457436

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An action-packed FBI thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter! In Connecticut, the murder of a pharmaceutical bigwig brings in Savich and Sherlock, along with local Agent Bowie Richards and P.I. Erin Pulaski. Back in Washington, an important U.S. senator is terrorized by an unknown entity, and is calling for Savich’s special skills. When the Vice President is nearly killed, it’s clear these crimes are linked—and Savich and Sherlock must act fast to stop a killer...