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A monthly guide to new materials in the LRC.

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Browse the book shelves of the new materials collection in the LRC!

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The guide is updated monthly so check in often to see what's new in the LRC.

 

Featured Items

The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy

Cervicogenic headache -- Cervicogenic dizziness -- Cervical spine -- Temporomandibular joint -- shoulder complex -- Elbow region -- Wrist and hand -- Thoracic spine and rib cage -- Sacroiliac joint -- Lumbar spine -- Hip region -- Knee -- Ankle and foot -- Pain release phenomenon.

Lippincott's Concise Illustrated Anatomy: Head and Neck

Head -- Neck -- Brain and cranial nerves.

Nutrition for Sport, Exercise, and Health

This book includes applied content and research-based guidelines to help students distinguish between nutrition recommendations backed by science and the plethora of misinformation available in the field. This resource blends nutrition and exercise science with practical information to provide a clear understanding of how nutrition affects sports, exercise, and overall health.

Home Exercise Programs for Musculoskeletal and Sports Injuries

"Rehabilitation exercises are one of the cruxes of treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries and they are generally initiated soon after rest, medications, and modalities have been utilized. There is overwhelming literature supporting their role in the treatment of these injuries. However, one of the greatest barriers to patients benefiting from such rehabilitation exercises is getting the patient to perform regular, quality, effective, and evidenced-based exercises. Too often a patient's busy schedule precludes him or her from seeking guidance on exercise from a professional, such as a physical or occupational therapist. In other instances, the patient has sought this treatment, and it is now time to be exercising independently"-- Provided by publisher.

Making Nutrition Your Business

Private practice : is it right for you? -- First steps : business essentials -- Show me the money : setting up your business -- What's your business name and who's your target? -- Where to set up shop -- Tools of the nutrition trade -- Billing options : ways to get paid -- Marketing : getting the word out -- From scheduling your first patient to running a successful practice -- RDNs pay it forward : profiles of successful private practitioners -- Resources for starting and staying in business.