H. Robertson

Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (132 of 159)
Location: United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 471,474 - Total Helpful Votes: 132 of 159
Advanced Remedial Massage by Mel Cash
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Indispensable, 10 April 2012
I have been a part-time massage therapist for over 20 years and for the last three years have done almost exclusively sports treatment work.
I bought this because I thought it was an update to Mel Cash's previous book "Sport & Remedial Massage therapy" which was my text book when I first learned. However this is much more. In particular the sections on both movement and function are completely different and really opened my eyes. The rest of the book is a practical hands-on guide to all the major treatment methods, simply explained.
If you want to know whan massage techniques you use for each condition, this is not the book for you, but if you want a book that will help improve… Read more
linkword Languages Spanish European Language Cours&hellip by Dr Michael Gruneberg
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars clunky but effective, 26 Aug 2010
The software is very basic, with no way of returning to the previous page, clicking between other applications or saving if you have to stop half way through a lesson. In addition there are lots of errors, and you will learn some totally obscure words like gutter and surgical tape while not being told some very basic ones, but nevertheless this works. It is not just the linkword system, which to be quite honest is only effective for a minority of words, but the way it gets you to use what you have learned to create sentences.
There is no way that these four cds will have you speaking Spanish, but no one system will. It will however give you a better command of vocabulary than any other… Read more
Playing It Safe [see new edition]: The Crazy World&hellip by Alan Pearce
102 of 128 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars tired old myths re-run, 23 Nov 2007
The book description claims this is "hilarious (all true, unfortunately) examples of Health and Safety gone mad." Well all it is is a trawl though the usual array of un-corroberated stories that have appreared in local papers and a few dubious websites. As a result it perpetuates myths like trapeze artists have been told to wear hard hats because the Daily Telegraph once reported that. This is despite the acceptance that this story is totally made up. In fact many of the stories are like this. Most of the others are actually nothing about health and safety simply about officials misunderstanding food hygience rules etc. I went through it looking for the promised stories of "health and… Read more

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