Fundamentals of Musculoskeletal Assessment Techniques

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Medical - 415 pages
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This is the first book to integrate successfully goniometry, muscle testing, and other manual musculoskeletal assessment techniques into a single text. Organized by body region, this practical resource provides the fundamentals of evaluation and examination techniques for assessing persons who have neuromuscular or musculoskeletal disorders.
  

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Really nice work done by the auther. As i am undergraduate student , I found this book really helpful especially for muscles testing. Thankx for this great work done for the generations.

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very good book for undergraduate student, specially for range of motion and muscle length assessment...

Contents

Gross Evaluations
3
A Chapter
11
Introduction
43
Summary
51
Standing Posture
57
Standing on One Foot
72
Goniometry
79
Muscle Length Testing
86
A Chapter 9
219
A Chapter 10
241
Manual Muscle Testing
244
Clinical Assessment
253
Joint Play
264
Clinical Assessment
273
Chapter 12
283
Manual Muscle Testing
291

Clinical Assessment
106
Joint Play Accessory Movements
120
A Chapter 6
129
Clinical Assessment
138
Joint Play Accessory Movements
144
Goniometry
151
Muscle length Testing
162
Clinical Assessment
179
Joint Play Accessory Movements
190
A Chapter 8
199
Clinical Assessment
299
Joint Play Accessory Movement
307
Ankle and Foot
339
Muscle Length Testing
348
Clinical Assessment
360
Biomechanical Examination of the Foot
369
list of Suggested Readings
375
Index
407
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