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The Dynamic Body
The Dynamic Body textbook seeks to reflect current understanding and knowledge from innovators and leaders in biomechanics, fascial anatomy, functional movement, and manipulative therapy.
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“The Dynamic Body textbook seeks to reflect current understanding and knowledge from innovators and leaders in biomechanics, fascial anatomy, functional movement, and manipulative therapy. Their work has invoked a renewed passion for an integrated clinical model that reinforces the inherent partnership of human structure and function. Working closely with individuals of this caliber over the years has been my reward.” Erik Dalton
Erik Dalton . . . with 16 of the biggest names in manual therapy:
Divo G. Muller
Full Colour 400 pages
“We’re excited to have the innovative work of so many renowned practitioners within one book,” says Erik Dalton, “This is one of the few books to present a global model for blending past, present and future therapeutic approaches across multiple disciplines.”
With Dynamic Body, Dalton hopes clinicians will be encouraged to consider a more holistic approach to rehabilitation, one that incorporates knowledge from a broad spectrum of sources.
“Humans are not simple machines, and choosing a single approach to assessment and treatment can hinder our ability to best meet each client’s needs,” Dalton says. “What we must keep in mind is that the torso, pelvis, legs, and arms never act alone, but always in harmony with the rest of the body.”
Inside Dynamic Body, readers will discover each author’s unique perspective on structure and functional movement, along with intriguing insights on topics ranging from pain and sacral torsion to fascia and self-care.
“There are lots of good new books, but I have to give a shout out to Erik Dalton’s brand new compendium, Dynamic Body. This book is fiendishly clever – the graphics are so good and so plentiful that the book is immediately attractive to all levels of reader, but deceptively so: the master practitioners represented here take you deep into the intricacies of each subject. Erik’s chapters – beguilingly about specialized items like the golf swing, bicycling, and wearing heels – soon expand the reader’s mind to all the possible applications of the information. The end result is exactly as advertised: the body’s dynamics analyzed from a number of points of view that synergize to form an exciting whole.” Thomas Myers, Director: Kinesis
“The book really looks fantastic! No need for psychic talents to predict that it will be a leading bestseller in the field. When Tom Myers was visiting me last weekend, we had a great time playing around with the Fascial Fitness stuff; but he already prepared me for the book by telling me how impressed he is with the overall design and content of it. Good work mate!!”
Robert Schleip, Ph.D.