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Shirley Sahrmann Pt  Phd  Fapta - Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes - 9780801672057 - V9780801672057
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes

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Description for Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes Hardcover. Presents a classification system of mechanical pain syndromes that is designed to direct the exercise prescription and the correction of faulty movement patterns. This book gives practitioners an organized method of analyzing the mechanical cause of movement impairment syndrome, the contributing factors and a strategy for management. Num Pages: 380 pages, 375 ills. BIC Classification: MFGV; MMBP; MMS; MNS; MQS. Category: (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 288 x 224 x 31. Weight in Grams: 1616.
Authored by an acknowledged expert on muscle and movement imbalances, this well illustrated book presents a classification system of mechanical pain syndromes that is designed to direct the exercise prescription and the correction of faulty movement patterns. The diagnostic categories, associated muscle and movement imbalances, recommendations for treatment, examination, exercise principles, specific corrective exercises, and modification of functionalactivities for case management are described in detail. This book is designed to give practitioners an organized and structured method of analyzing the mechanical cause of movement impairment syndrome, the contributing factors and a strategy for management. * Provides the ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Mosby
Number of pages
380
Format
Hardback
Publication date
2001
Condition
New
Number of Pages
380
Place of Publication
St Louis, United States
ISBN
9780801672057
SKU
V9780801672057
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