Musculoskeletal Soft-tissue Aging: Impact on Mobility
Joseph A. Buckwalter, Victor M. Goldberg, Savio L-Y. Woo
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 1993 - Medical - 423 pages
This work on the changes that occur with the ageing of soft tissue contains the results of experimental work that holds the promise of producing better musculoskeletal function in older people. It also includes clinically relevant information on improving strength and mobility.
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Biomechanics of mobility impairment in the elderly
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