Cram's Introduction to Surface Electromyography
A comprehensive resource for health professions students and practitioners, including physical and occupational therapists, chiropractors, and behavioral medicine students, Cram's Introduction to Surface Electromyography clearly explains how to use SEMG to treat a variety of neuromuscular conditions.
It covers the development of SEMG, instrumentation, assessment, and treatment, and features a detailed atlas for electrode placement. This updated edition includes expanded "quick reference" items created by Glenn Kasman, as well as a new chapter on Assessment and Treatment of Neuromuscular Disorders. The chapter on Dynamic Assessment and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Problems has also been updated and revised. With a quick reference section and an atlas including line drawings and color photographs, this text is a valuable resource for health professions students and practitioners.
Author: Eleanor Criswell, EdD, Director, Novato Institute for Somatic Research and Training, Professor Emeritus, Sonoma State University
- Provides a comprehensive introduction to surface electromyography
- Features a detailed electrode atlas with illustrations of 68 electrode placement sites
- Includes helpful "quick reference" items throughout the text
- Addresses the growing uses for surface electromyography
- Includes data from the latest research studies on the use of SEMG in work performance, sports performance, rehabilitation, and movement analysis
Paperback, 412 pages, (c) 2011