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Textbook of Remedial Massage. Edition: 2

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Textbook of Remedial Massage 2e is a comprehensive and practical book for students and practitioners of remedial massage.

Written by Sandra Grace and Jane Graves, the text provides expert instruction in commonly used and highly valued remedial massage techniques, including trigger points, muscle stretching and myofascial release. Each technique is accompanied by:

  • step-by-step illustrations and photographs
  • physiological principles
  • current evidence of efficacy
  • contraindications and precautions
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1.Remedial massage in Australian healthcare2.Assessment procedures for remedial massage: an evidence-based approach3.Planning remedial massage therapy4.Remedial massage techniques for muscles5.Muscle stretching6.Myofascial trigger points7.Joint articulation8.Myofascial release9.Lymphatic drainage massage10.The low back and pelvis11.The thoracic region12.The cervical region13.The head and face14.The chest15.The shoulder region16.The elbow region17.The wrist and hand18.The hip region19.The knee20.The leg, ankle and foot21.Specific client groups22.Answers to Review Questions
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      9780729543347
    • UPC/ISBN
      9780729543347
    • Stock Last Checked
      Apr 17, 2024
  • Manufacturer
    Elsevier
  • Publication Date
    Nov 18, 2019
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