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978-1-909141-16-2
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About 175 illustrations, including 56 3-D anatomical colour perspective renderings
250 x 250 mm
Published
16 February 2015
Handspring Publishing

£39.50 GBP / $54.95 USD

Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, Sport and Fitness, Osteopathy




Advanced Myofascial Techniques – Volume 1

Shoulder, Pelvis, Leg and Foot

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Til LUCHAU

Til Luchau delights in combining the technical and the beautiful in his manual therapy articles, which have appeared in magazines and professional journals around the world.

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Advanced Myofascial Techniques, Volume 1 is the first of two beautiful, information-packed guides to highly effective manual therapy techniques. Focusing on conditions of the shoulder, wrist, pelvis, sacrum, leg, and foot, Volume 1 provides a variety of tools for addressing some of the most commonly encountered complaints.

With clear step-by-step instructions and spectacular illustrations, each volume is a valuable collection of hands-on approaches for restoring function, refining proprioception, and decreasing pain.

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Reviewers

Online Resources

 

Part 1: Essentials

1 Bone

2 Fascia, Part 1: Understanding Fascial Change

3 Fascia, Part 2: Fascial Tools and Techniques

Part 2 Lower Limb

4 Type 1 Ankle Restrictions and Plantar Fasciitis

5 Type 2 Restrictions and the Ankle Mortise

6 Ankle Injuries and the Fibula

7 Hammertoes

8 The Shoe-Bound Arch

9 Hamstring Injuries

Part 3 Pelvic Girdle

10 Hip Mobility

11 Sciatic Pain

12 The Sacrotuberous Ligament

13 The Sacroiliac Joints

14 The Ilia

Part 4 Upper Limb

15 The Wrist and Carpal Bones

16 The Thenar Eminence

17 Frozen Shoulder, Part 1: The Glenohumeral Joint

18 Frozen Shoulder, Part 2: The Rotator Cuff

 

 

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