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Functional Anatomy of the Spine

This book provides therapists with the background knowledge they require before they can safely and accurately treat patients with musculoskeletal disorders of the spine. Thoroughly referenced and extensively illustrated with over 200 specially prepared and original diagrams of the highest quality, “Functional Anatomy of the Spine” will be invaluable to the student and practitioner physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths, and indeed to all those who regularly treat spinal dysfunction.


Author: Jean Oliver, Alison Middleditch, Jean Oliver
ISBN: 9780750627177

Format: PDF
Size: 32.26 Mb

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