Mechanical Neck Pain: Perspectives in Functional Anatomy
Organized into six easy-to-follow chapters, this text clearly represents the relationship between the central nervous system and related areas of the cervical spine. It offers extended coverage of the biomechanics, anatomy, and physiology of the neck, and focuses on restoring function by separating cervical pain from dysfunction. Includes numerous clinical examples and detailed illustrations.
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|Author||James A. Porterfield PT MA ATC, Carl DeRosa PT PhD|
|Number Of Pages||228|
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