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    R. T. Floyd EdD, ATC, CSCS, Director of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine, ... Show More Distinguished Professor of Physical Education and Athletic Training Chair, Department of Physical Education and Athletic Training Chair, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, The University of West Alabama Livingston, Alabama.
    Summary: "A very careful review of the entire text including all figures and tables has been conducted with the intent of simplifying and clarifying for better understanding when possible. Additional terms, content and concepts in select cases have been added. These include body positions, open vs. c;lose packed joint positions, concave-convex rule, Lombard's paradox, and a lever terminology table. Chapters 4 through 11 now have a table detailing how to locate and palpate the key bony and joint landmarks. The labeling and captions in many figures have been enhanced with further details. Terms for the "peroneal" muscles and nerves have been changed to more current international term fibular or fibularis. In many cases fibularis is directly followed by peroneal in parenthesis to avoid confusion. Further details on the plantaris muscle have also been added. Additional references have been added along with some revisions and additions to the review and laboratory exercises, and end-of-chapter worksheets. Additional questions and exercises will continue to be added to the Online Learning Center. Finally, a few new terms have been added to the Glossary"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access AccessPhysiotherapy 2021