Active and Passive Movement Testing

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McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2002 - Medical - 418 pages
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Learn active and passive movement testing from the most comprehensive resource available on the subject:
* Highly visual lab manual style presentation with 440 illustrations
* Follows the Guide to Physical Therapy Practice
* Complete discussion of most active and passive movement testing procedures for all areas of the body
* Covers the loose-pack position (LPP) for all necessary movement assessments
* Includes evaluation techniques for the extremities, the spine, pelvis, and temporomandibular joint
* Text details the principles of mobilization for treatment intervention, based on physiologic and accessory movements

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Contents

Q Six Degrees of Freedom
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3 Accessory Motion Definitions
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Neurodynamic Principles of Mobilization
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