Mobilisation with movement: The art and the science
Vicenzino, B., Hing, W. A., Rivett, D., Hall, T. (2011). Mobilisation with movement: The art and the science. Chatswood: Churchill Livingstone.
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An authoritative text and accompanying DVD presenting the growing evidence base for Mobilisation with Movement techniques.
Developed over the past 26 years, Mobilisation with Movement (MWM) remains a relatively new form of manual therapy. It is, however, becoming one of the most popular approaches for the management of musculoskeletal disorders.
Mobilisation with Movement: The art and the science introduces the concept of Mobilisation with Movement, describes basic Mobilisation with Movement techniques and outlines its principles of application.
The book summarises the emergent evidence base underpinning Mobilisation with Movement techniques, including randomised controlled trials, and shows how far the technique has progressed since first introduced by New Zealand physiotherapist Brian Mulligan in 1984.
This easy-to-use manual therapy textbook is an excellent reference for the clinician, teacher, student and researcher and is intended to provide a nexus between the technique's seemingly successful clinical approach and its science base.
A series of case studies brings the practical art of Mobilisation with Movement to life, while highlighting the underlying clinical reasoning and applied evidence base.
Bill Vincenzino, Wayne Hing, Darren Rivett, and Toby Hall. Mobilisation with movement: The art and the science (1st ed). Chatswood: Churchill Livingstone, 2011.
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