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This newly revised fourth edition of The Concise Book of Muscles is a comprehensive guide to the major muscle groups. Fully illustrated with. Read The Concise Book of Muscles, Fourth Edition PDF Ebook by Chris Jarmey. Published by North Atlantic Books, ePUB/PDF The Concise. Book of Muscles second edition. Chris Jarmey. Lotus Publishing. Chichester, England. North Atlantic Books. Berkeley, California.

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The Concise Book Of Muscles Pdf

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They include muscles of the face head, and neck; the trunk; the shoulder and upper arm; the forearm and hand; the hip and thigh; and the leg a A clear, simple guide for students of anatomy as well as an excellent resource for athletes, massage therapists, and anyone interested in the workings of the human body, this user-friendly book is organized around six muscle groups. They include muscles of the face head, and neck; the trunk; the shoulder and upper arm; the forearm and hand; the hip and thigh; and the leg and foot. Each of the groups is given a distinctive color to make it easy to identify, and each muscle is shown in its relationship to the skeleton. The Concise Book of Muscles shows students exactly how to locate and identify specific muscles, highlighting those that are heavily used and therefore subject to injury in a variety of sports and activities. This expanded edition of a leading anatomy reference book includes 20 muscles not previously covered, adding greater depth to the original edition while remaining accessible and affordable.

As a text therefore it appears to be more appropriate for the other readership groups suggested, such as students of massage or bodywork.

From a physiotherapy perspective, there is inadequate and sometimes questionable information which limits its usefulness for more advanced clinicians. For students or newly qualified practitioners, though, it does provide an easy to understand, quick overview or reminder of muscle anatomy and function.

The Concise Book of Muscles

Lindsay Skipper MCSP have a Christian faith and discuss how their pain has affected their relationship with God, which non-Christians may find disconcerting. I think that all health professionals working with chronic pain patients will know some sufferers who believe that if only the cause of their pain could be found, there would be a cure, and who consequently seek multiple opinions and investigations chasing that cure.

This prevents them from moving forward with effective pain management. I feel the author may be unintentionally encouraging that cure chasing.

In conclusion, I enjoyed reading this book. It does not offer anything new in terms of biomedical information to a health professional already working with patients who have chronic pain but it would be an interesting and informative read for a patient, carer or relative, or a health professional wishing to gain an insight into chronic pain. I feel it would be valuable read for those with a Christian faith and chronic pain problems. Your name.

The Concise Book of Muscles

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Learn how we and our ad partner Google, collect and use data. Fully illustrated and easy to use, this compact reference guide provides a complete profile for each muscle, clearly showing its origin, insertion, action, and nerve supply, the movements that use it, and exercises and stretches that strengthen it.

Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 12mm Review quote "An easy-to-use reference book An excellent addition to the library of anyone studying the human body. Since then she has worked as a freelance illustrator for various publishers, including Harcourt Brace, Elsevier Science, and The Royal College of Surgeons.

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Rating details. From a physiotherapy perspective, there is inadequate and sometimes questionable information which limits its usefulness for more advanced clinicians. For students or newly qualified practitioners, though, it does provide an easy to understand, quick overview or reminder of muscle anatomy and function.

Lindsay Skipper MCSP have a Christian faith and discuss how their pain has affected their relationship with God, which non-Christians may find disconcerting.

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I think that all health professionals working with chronic pain patients will know some sufferers who believe that if only the cause of their pain could be found, there would be a cure, and who consequently seek multiple opinions and investigations chasing that cure.

This prevents them from moving forward with effective pain management. I feel the author may be unintentionally encouraging that cure chasing. In conclusion, I enjoyed reading this book. It does not offer anything new in terms of biomedical information to a health professional already working with patients who have chronic pain but it would be an interesting and informative read for a patient, carer or relative, or a health professional wishing to gain an insight into chronic pain.

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