Best diet books of all time
Follows the sports physical therapist for a professional football team through his day as he monitors the general health of the players, supervises their nutritional needs, suggests exercises, and administers therapy.
More free books Fascia – Tom Myers
Written by the best known name in the manual therapy world - already a best-selling author with a huge following - the book introduces and explains the concept of Fascia as a body system whose malfunction is a major cause of pain and disability. For therapists who until now have had little scientific basis for their practice this will arm them with the evidence required to justify […] Sports Massage – Mel Cash
Sports therapy has made huge advances in recent years, and is no longer the preserve of the professional athlete. More and more people who take part in sport at all levels are seeking treatment from masseurs and other therapists for injury or the fatigue that follows intensive training. This landmark book is the first to set out in full the techniques and routines involved in sports […] Massage : More Than a Technique – Carly M Stevenson
Carly felt compelled to write a book on Massage Therapy. Being new to the profession she wanted to expand on areas and subjects that she felt needed additional attention. She has written this book to be informational, not concentrating on the techniques used to perform massage, but rather on all of the in-between material that somehow can get over looked or really not thought about […] A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Lower Back & Pelvic Pain – Leon Chaitow
A MASSAGE THERAPIST'S GUIDE TO LOWER BACK AND PELVIC PAIN describes in detail the background to the evolution of "non-specific" backache as well as the assessment and treatment methods ideal for use in combination with massage therapy, deriving from physical therapy, osteopathic, and chiropractic sources. The book describes these methods individually and then integrates them into a […] Massage for Therapists : A Guide to Soft Tissue Therapy – Margaret Hollis
Massage is a basic skill within physiotherapy, and one which requires a high standard of practical application. It is a skill which is increasingly being taken up by other health care and complementary therapy professionals. This new, third edition of Massage for Therapists is a timely and thorough update which continues the tradition of Margaret Hollis' hands-on approach. The book […] Sports Nutrition – Louise Burke
Sports Nutrition, which focuses on the importance of proper nutritional preparation for athletes, provides a practical supplement to Nutrition in Sport. It provides an essential reference on all aspects of sports nutrition for the team coach, athletic trainer, physical therapist and allied health--related professional working with athletes and sports teams, and the knowledgeable […] Success! In Massage Therapy, Revised Edition – Jane S. Garofano
This quick review is designed to help massage therapists and health care professionals successfully pass the NCMTB exam. It includes over 750 questions organized into four practice tests with each question coded according to the exam's five content areas to assess areas of strength.
Author: Jane S. Garofano
Pages: 416 pages
Size: 20.09 Mb A Poet’s Guide to Outdoor Exercise : Reflections on 30 Years of Outdoor Exercise, Nature Appreciation and an Unconventional Life – John Famulary
In "A Poet's Guide to Outdoor Exercise," author John Famulary shares some remarkable outdoor exercise adventures set in such exotic locales as Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Central Park, the Catskill Mountains and a football field in New Jersey. Famulary discusses the advantages of outdoor exercise and suggests, in clues and descriptions, steps you can take to create your own outdoor […]
Best diet books of all time