Motor Control Translating Research Into Clinical Practice Motor Control bridges the gap between current motor control research and its applications to clinical practice It prepares therapists to examine and treat patients with problems related to balance mo

  • Title: Motor Control. Translating Research Into Clinical Practice
  • Author: Anne Shumway-Cook
  • ISBN: 1451117108
  • Page: 369
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  • Motor Control bridges the gap between current motor control research and its applications to clinical practice It prepares therapists to examine and treat patients with problems related to balance, mobility, and upper extremity function, based on the best available evidence supporting clinical practice.

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    735 thoughts on “Motor Control. Translating Research Into Clinical Practice”

    1. Libro de cabecera obligado para cualquier profesional que trabaje con el Movimiento, actualizado y fácil de leer, sigue una estructura lógica y ordenada.


    2. Un buen libro de texto, completo y muy didáctico. Me gustan las actividades después de cada tema. La autora se asegura de que aprendas. Jejeje. Muy recomendable.


    3. Es un excelente libro, si se necesita comprender el desarrollo motor, sus teorías y componentes. Muy claro, me lo mostraron en clase y me encanto.


    4. i have been out of school and in clinical practice for 25 years, and though i take numerous cont ed courses, the rehabilitation field is rapidly changing. the phrase "evidence based practice" wasn't even in use when i was in school. Believe it or not, i've read this book on the beach and under shade trees on beautiful days, compelled by the models of motor control/movement/coordination that have emerged since my college days. clinicians who want to provide top notch services and who are a doz [...]





    5. Practical approach to motor learning and motor control for the physical therapist. Definitely helps the doctor learn how to teach the patient.


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