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The Muscular System Manual: The Skeletal Muscles of Human Body

Joe Muscolino’s The Muscular System Manual: The Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body, 4th Edition is an atlas of the muscles of the human body. This approachable, yet detailed, musculoskeletal anatomy manual provides both beginner and advanced students with a thorough understanding of skeletal muscles in a compartmentalized, customizable layout. Each muscle spread shows the individual muscle drawn over a photo of the human body, with an arrow to indicate the line of pull of the muscle, and explains: the muscle name, the origin of that name, Greek and Latin derivations, pronunciation, attachments, actions, eccentric contraction function, isometric contraction function, innervation to two levels of detail with predominant levels in bold, and arterial supply to two levels of detail. This new edition also features robust Evolve resources, an updated art program, and new chapter review and critical thinking questions that encourage you to apply what you have learned to prepare for practice. » Shop now
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Building the dream team

Building the dream team: Finding your purpose and setting goals as a clinic owner

You’ve likely done stints with the big chains, moved into privately owned chiropractic or physiotherapy clinics that were more “clinically” focused, often unhappy with the split they’ve ended up negotiating.They enter “ABC” clinic hoping for team meetings, lots of inter-office referrals, and mentorship from senior clinicians, but it rarely comes. After three years of watching new NDs/DCs being brought in to pad the bottom line, you depart. Rinse and repeat. Sure, you may earn a satisfying income, but not feeling fulfilled or free. The most important consideration to take into account, is that taking this step is less about being the “boss” and more about being the attendant. » Read more...
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