Suggested kinesiology reference books and resources for semester 2 of the Somatics Professional Training Program.
Clear, concise information on musculoskeletal anatomy for both review reference and for the beginning student. Separate illustrations and descriptions of individual skeletal muscles, bones and nerves. An essential tool for students and professionals. This book has been an indispensable learning and reference tool for massage therapists, bodyworkers, and Somatics practitioners for over 30 years.
Understand the clinical relevance of anatomy the Netter way! Netter's Clinical Anatomy, 2nd Edition, by John T. Hansen, PhD, is an anatomy resource that clearly provides a comprehensive understanding of complex clinical anatomical concepts. Nearly 600 beautifully colored illustrations offer essential depictions of normal and pathologic anatomy and embryology, accompanied by supportive text to help you understand their clinical relevance. Short-answer review questions at the end of each chapter help you gauge your mastery of the material, and convenient online access equips you with the complete contents of the book, as well as additional illustrations and study questions. The result is a thorough but quick introduction to basic and clinical anatomy as well as a fast review source.
If you want to differentiate your psoas from your scalenes or just want to ace the next quiz, you'll find the answer here. This handbook follows the chapters and structures as they are arranged in the Trail Guide to the Body textbook. A resourceful complement, this handbook contains 220 pages and 450 illustrations. It offers a variety of questions and exercises including fill-in-the-blanks, drawings to color, illustrations and matching exercises.