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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Orthopedic Physical Therapy Products
Freddy M. Kaltenborn
This 6th edition of Freddy Kaltenborn's classic guide to manual, passive joint mobilization includes:Clear, easy-to-find indication and objectives for each test and mobilization techniqueNew organization of techniques illustrates how simple alterations in grip, body positioning, grade of movement and duration can transform a technique from a test into an effective treatmentExpanded theoretical discussion on grades of movement and their application in testing and treatmentIllustrated. Softcover, 332 pages.Freddy M. Kaltenborn is the author of 'Out Of Print - Manual Mobilization of the Joints: Vol I The Extremities', published 2002 under ISBN 9788270540433 and ISBN 8270540439.
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