Clinical Mechanics and Kinesiology provides a solid foundation in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and athletic training so that students understand biomechanics and functional anatomy as they relate to both normal and abnormal movement. Written by active clinicians with more than 40 combined years of clinical and teaching experience, this text is also a practical reference for rehabilitation professionals working with a range of populations and pathologies. Taking a clinical approach not found in other texts, Clinical Mechanics and Kinesiology follows a logical progression from biomechanical and physiological concepts all the way to full-body movement patterns such as jumping and cutting.
|Author||Janice Kaye Loudon|
|Rating||4/5 (31 users)|