An introduction to human movement and biomechanics / edited by Andy Kerr and Philip Rowe.

Contributor(s): Kerr, Andrew, Ph. D [editor.] | Rowe, Philip J [editor.]Language: English Series: Physiotherapy essentialsPublisher: Edinburgh ; New York : Elsevier, [2019]Copyright date: �2019Edition: Seventh editionDescription: xvi, 352 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780702062360; 0702062367Uniform titles: Human movement Subject(s): Movement -- physiology | Biomechanical Phenomena | Musculoskeletal Physiological PhenomenaDDC classification: 612.76 LOC classification: QP 301 | .I58 2019NLM classification: WE 103Summary: Now in its seventh edition, this reputable textbook is an ideal introduction to the study of human movement and an excellent reference encouraging and directing further study. For the first time there is a chapter dedicated to measuring and understanding physical activity, recognising the importance of this area to many health and sports professionals. More time is spent explaining the basic principles of biomechanics and the way they can be used to improve practice, including tissue mechanics and movement analysis techniques -- Provided by the publisher.
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Preceded by Human movement. 6th ed. / edited by Tony Everett and Clare Kell. 2010.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Now in its seventh edition, this reputable textbook is an ideal introduction to the study of human movement and an excellent reference encouraging and directing further study. For the first time there is a chapter dedicated to measuring and understanding physical activity, recognising the importance of this area to many health and sports professionals. More time is spent explaining the basic principles of biomechanics and the way they can be used to improve practice, including tissue mechanics and movement analysis techniques -- Provided by the publisher.

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