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An ideal resource for understanding and assessing normal human movement.Review:
“It is a perfect introduction to some of the core aspects of physiotherapy....To put it simply, we get coverage of the basic subjects here in fifteen well organised and easy to follow chapters, including everything you would expect to find regarding gravity, forces and levers, muscles and joint motion....This book seems ideal for students and would be valid from day one. It is, in fact, exactly what it says on the cover: an introductory text to human movement, and a thoroughly good one at that.
Steve Canning BSc MCSP. In Touch, Summer 2006, No.115.
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