Kinesiology of the Musculoskeletal System: Foundations for Physical Rehabilitation
The link between structure and function of the musculoskeletal system is clarified and explained in this complete guide to clinical kinesiology. Kinesiology of the Musculoskeletal System is the most comprehensive, research-based, reader-friendly text on kinesiology ever published. Beautifully and abundantly illustrated in two-color, this dynamic, accessible resource presents complex scientific information in an approach designed to draw the reader in and explore the fundamental principles of kinesiology of the trunk and extremities as well as in relation to joints, muscles, and biomechanics.
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What Is Kinesiology? 3 Spin 10 Muscle and Joint Interaction
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Kinesiology of the Musculoskeletal System: Foundations for Rehabilitation
Donald A. Neumann
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abduction anatomic angle ankle arthrokinematics articular cartilage articular disc articular surface axis of rotation biceps Biomechanics body weight brevis capsule cervical clavicle collateral ligament compression concave connective tissues contraction degrees deltoid disc distal attachments distal radioulnar joint dorsal elbow erector spinae extension extensor external rotation external torque facet femoral femur FIGURE flexed flexion flexor digitorum foot forearm frontal plane function gait cycle GH joint glenohumeral joint glenoid fossa hip abductor horizontal humeral head humerus inferior Innervation internal moment arm intervertebral isometric kinematics knee lateral line-of-force load longus MCP joint mechanical medial medial-lateral ment metacarpal metacarpophalangeal joint movement muscle fiber muscle force nerve Orthop palmar pelvis plantar pollicis position posterior produced pronation Proximal attachments radial radioulnar joint radius reaction force rectus relative sacroiliac joint sagittal plane scapula segment shoulder shown spinal stability stance structures subtalar subtalar joint supination synovial synovial joints tendon tion torque transverse trunk ulna ulnar vertebral wrist