Clinical Biomechanics

By Richard C. Schafer, DC, FICC

Table of Contents
Part One: Basic Principles of Clinical Biomechanics
1.   The Human Machine

2.   Mechanical Concepts and Terms   Free Sample

3.   Basic Factors of Biodynamics and Joint Stability   Free Sample

4.   Body Alignment, Posture, and Gait   Free Sample

5.   Basic Neuromuscular Considerations

Part II: Clinical Biomechanics of the Spine and Pelvis
6.   General Spinal Biomechanics

7.   The Cervical Region   Free Sample

8.   The Thoracic Region

9.   The Lumbar Spine and Pelvis

Part III: Clinical Biomechanics of the Extremities
10.   The Upper Extremity   Free Sample

11.   The Lower Extremity

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