Basic Biomechanics Explained

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Butterworth-Heinemann, Jan 1, 1996 - Medical - 271 pages
A sound knowledge of some of the biomechanical material and concepts forms a necessary foundation for the study of physiotherapy. This book aims to explain biomechanics at an introductory level and requries only a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology. It includes numerous examples and clinical applications both for information and to provide illustrations of underlying mechanical principles.

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82
Energy efficiency and endurance in human movement
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Ergonomics
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