Human extremities mechanical diagnosis and therapy

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human extremities mechanical diagnosis and therapy

The Human Extremities: Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by Robin McKenzie

Authors, Robin McKenzie and Stephen May draw upon their experience in mechanical disorders to provide clinicians with techniques to successfully treat extremity musculoskeletal conditions such as: repetitive strain injury, tennis elbow and general physical dysfunction. Applying these techniques can empower patients to assist in their return to health. Concepts are presented in a straightforward manner with over 107 photographs, illustrations and diagrams. Softcover, 320 pages.
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