This new clinical reference provides physical therapy clinicians and upper level students with a thorough discussion of the shoulder from the normal and abnormal perspective with an emphasis on the anatomical and mechanical foundations of shoulder disorders. Throughout the text, the authors show how the keys to successful treatment are an understanding of tissue injury and the healing process, and the role of the neuromuscular system of the trunk and shoulder complex. Readers will learn about the shoulder girdle complex within the context of its relationship to the surrounding body area, including the neck and arm, as well as the trunk and lower extremities. The text includes over 120 detailed anatomical illustrations and comprehensive descriptions of shoulder anatomy in a manner designed to help direct the examination process. An accompanying DVD, included with the text, includes 120 minutes of video displaying clinical dissection of the shoulder that allows the reader to move instantly to specific content during the shoulder dissection, as it relates to the text and replay that section as needed with benefit of explanations by the authors based on both clinical and academic perspectives.
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Descripción Saunders, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110721692729