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By Isla Fay
Complete with a guide to anatomical prefixes and suffixes, this book will appeal not only to medical students and practitioners, but also to readers interested in the history of anatomy, in the structure of the human body, and in medical etymology, as well as the history of language.
By Evan Osar
The first book to comprehensively discuss the function of the psoas in posture, movement, and exercise, The Psoas Solution identifies the functional anatomy, biomechanics, and motor control of the psoas and its role in core and hip stabilization.
By James Earls
Fully revised edition, combines manual therapy skills with structural therapy, which employs the unique and newly discovered properties of fascial tissues. Through informed assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns, you can help eradicate many of your clients' chronic strain patterns.
By John Sharkey
Dry needling is the ideal tool for a wide range of therapists involved in treating myofascial trigger points in adults. This book is written in a concise manner as a "quick to hand" reference guide regarding key issues around safe, effective and appropriate dry needling.
By Katy Bowman
If you could fit our culture of convenience into a petri dish, what would it look like? Movement Matters is a series of essays in which biomechanist Katy Bowman continues to explain the mechanics of a sedentary culture and the deep complexity of the phenomenon we call movement.
In a learner friendly approach, the chapters of the book take the reader through a journey of both studying and making sense of the content in anatomy and physiology. Written for both the learner of anatomy and physiology, and the teacher, the book provides a road map for understanding problems...
By Ashley Kalym
Whether your goal is to get stronger, faster, lose body fat, increase cardiovascular fitness, or prepare for a sport, The Gym Journal makes it incredibly easy to keep a record of every aspect of your training. With enough room to record five sessions per week for six months, The Gym...
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome looks at dysfunction and injury, assessment, current understanding from the literature, and evidence-based treatment options at a therapist's disposal.
By John Gibbons
In Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac Joint author and respected bodywork specialist John Gibbons looks at one of the most important areas of the body: the pelvis and the sacroiliac joint.