This text addresses how anatomy affects movement. It encourages hands-on learning exercises that bring the text to life by identifying structures on the readers or their fellow students and by observing how the structures move. It is especially important for courses without access to cadavers.
Part 1 General concepts of anatomy: structures; movement. Part 2 Upper extremity: the shoulder; the elbow and forearm; the wrist and hand; the nerves and blood vessels of the upper extremity. Part 3 The spinal column, pelvis and thorax: the spinal column and pelvis; the thorax; the nerves and blood vessels of the spinal column, pelvis and thorax. Part 4 Lower extremity: the hip and thigh; the knee; the lower leg, ankle and foot; the nerves and blood vessels of the lower extremity.
Kinetic Anatomy by Robert A. Behnke
Robert A. Behnke
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