Kinesiology: Movement In The Context Of Activity

Paperback | January 29, 2016

byDavid Paul Greene, Susan L. RobertsEditorDavid Paul Greene

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Enhance your OT skills with the only book to focus on activity demands of occupation and the biomechanics of sensory organs! Greene and RobertsKinesiology: Movement in the Context of Activity, 3rd Edition uses a comprehensive, client-centered approach to occupational therapy, including sensory-motor performance skills and socio-cultural contexts related to solving a clinical problem. It covers kinesiologic and biomechanical principles, and shows techniques for producing positive outcomes when clients face challenging activity demands in all areas of occupation. WrittenbyOTsforOTs, this reference helps you learn how to treat clinical diagnoses as personal experiences encountered in real-life situations.

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Enhance your OT skills with the only book to focus on activity demands of occupation and the biomechanics of sensory organs! Greene and RobertsKinesiology: Movement in the Context of Activity, 3rd Edition uses a comprehensive, client-centered approach to occupational therapy, including sensory-motor performance skills and socio-cultura...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:January 29, 2016Publisher:Elsevier CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0323298885

ISBN - 13:9780323298889

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Table of Contents

Section 1
1. Biomechanics, Kinesiology, and Occupational Therapy: A Good Fit
2. The Study of Human Movement: Concepts from Related Fields
3. Gravity: A Constant Force
4. Linear Force and Motion
5. Rotary Force, Torque, and Motion
6. Utilizing the Sensory Environment: Integrating Physics into Sensory Interventions
Section 2
7. The Head and Torso
8. The Proximal Upper Extremity
9. The Distal Upper Extremity
10. The Lower Extremity
Appendixes
A: English to Metric Conversions
B: Body Segment Parameters
C: Solutions to Chapter Applications
D: Review of Mathematics
E: Trigonometric Functions
F: Commonly Used Formulas in Biomechanics
G: Synopsis of Characters
J: Working Models of the Fingers and Wrist
Glossary
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