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The Principles Of Exercise Therapy

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ISBN: 9788123908939
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The guiding principle has been to maintain as much of the original text as is compatible with modern practice. It contains a wealth of basic knowledge and the bibliography which points the student to the sources of more advanced knowledge. New and widely varying techniques are constantly being developed and no one of these can claim to be suitable for all patients or all physiotherapists. A sound knowledge of basic principles, an open mind and a spirit of enquiry are essential to progress and the discovery of the methods most suitable to achieve results.

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    • The Principles of Exercise Therapy Is the revised edition of the book with improved illustrations and the text has been set in two-color printing for ease of reading.
    •  Exercise therapy along with passive movement, mobilization and manipulation forms a major part of this work aimed to promote physiotherapists.
    • This book focuses on the readers who use exercise to promote physical rehabilitation.
    • Primarily, undergraduate and postgraduate students in physiotherapy will greatly be benefitted from this book, besides the practitioners in physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

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    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size 5.5X8.5
    Year 2022
    Edition 4th Edition
    Pages 416
    Author M Dena Gardner
    Subject Physiotherapy
    About the Author

    M Dena Gardiner Ba, FCSP, Diploma of Bedford physical Training College was a teacher of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (TMMG and TET) Deputy Principal, London Hospital School of Physiotherapy.

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