on 16 July 2012
This extraordinary book approaches the uncontrolled movement in an easy way to understand a new technique. It begins at the basics and covers all areas that you need to understand on uncontrolled movement as it progresses to the complex issues.
I enjoyed this book as it is a massive tool in assisting the therapists of different kinds when the clients come for the first time; we start with the tests in the first stage then continue with the treatment. So we can use it again as a good tool for reassessment as well as another technique, Also when the client returns again after care. At first glance, this looks like a new technique derived from kinesiology/stretching, using all the knowledge
Of Physical assessment although as it gets developed it gets more complicated. Thanks
on 17 June 2012
I found this to be a brilliant book which describes the causes of uncontrolled movement and how to manage them. The book does a great job of laying the foundations of knowledge before going in to more detail making it all very easy to understand. Information is easy to find due to the pleasant layout of the book. A nice surprise was that joints and the individual movements at each joint are split up again meaning that information is easily accessible and more detailed information is provided. All in all, this is a book I would definitely recommend for all therapists who come across uncontrolled movement as part of their occupation.
This review was completed by an Elsevier student representative.