Making Sense of Learning Anatomy
Learn Anatomy Ltd's "Making Sense" courses are the life's work of Earle Abrahamson and Jane Langston, the co-authors of the best selling book "Making Sense of Learning Human Anatomy and Physiology", which was runner up in the Best Product category of the Holistic Therapist Magazine's Business Awards 2017. Earle and Jane have also co-authored "Muscle Testing - A Concise Manual" which is due to be published on 5th November 2019 by Handspring Publishing.
Muscle Testing - A Concise ManualOur latest book is due to be published by Handspring Publishing in November 2019. We recognised the need to produce a handy manual for the most used muscle tests, together with a concise overview of each muscle's attachments to bone and fascia, its actions (including when eccentrically contracted) and some clinical hints and tips. A must for all body workers, manual therapists, chiropractors and physiotherapists.
Signed copies can be pre-ordered HERE and will be posted on 4th November 2019
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Courses delivered by Earle Abrahamson and Jane Langston, authors of "Making Sense of Learning Human Anatomy and Physiology" published by Lotus Publishing November 2016. Contact us to order your signed copy.
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