Principles of Mechanics and Biomechanics

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In clinical practice, biomechanical problems do not present themselves in a clear cut textbook style. Patients do not move about in one convenient "plane" with "centres of gravity" and "force vectors pinned to their bodies. Nevertheless health professionals still need to appreciate the presence and significance of forces acting on and within the patient's body. The information in this book provides the common core of principles of mechanics and biomechanics necessary for a basic understanding of the science. The author ...

Principles of Mechanics and Biomechanics 1998, Stanley Thornes Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780748733323

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