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Stability, Sport and Performance Movement Paperback – 31 Jul 2013

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Joanne Elphinston was a speaker at a Sports Injury Conference in Glasgow a few years ago. I enjoyed her presentation, finding her approach to musculoskeletal stability in sport both novel and well-considered.

The second edition of this book will help anyone working in the physical therapies to assist patients with achieving optimum flexibility and strength. Elphinston draws on many influences, including Shirley Sahrmann and Thomas Myers, to introduce new ways to look at movement dysfunction and musculoskeletal pain. The former presents what she calls a 'kinesiopathic model', identifying all components involved in a mechanical problem. The latter postulates a fascial link to chronic or recurrent body weakness.

Stability, Sport and Performance Movementchallenges the prevailing orthodox view that clinical diagnosis and treatment for medical pain should focus solely on the pain-producing tissue. It promotes consideration and assessment of the function of associated structures. The book can help inform both the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal movement patterns.

I found it a rewarding read and can wholeheartedly recommend it. --Donald Scott, ND DO The Osteopath Magazine

About the Author

Joanne Elphinston is a performance consultant in the fields of elite sport and the performing arts, an international lecturer, physiotherapist and developer of JEMS, an integrated movement approach used in rehabilitation, coaching, well being and performance.

Her client list includes the British Olympic Association, Olympic, Commonwealth and World Championship medallists in summer and winter sports, professional golfers and footballers, dancers and musicians.

Joanne's consultancy includes advising professional sporting organisations on technical movement enhancement, injury prevention and rehabilitation.

She also has extensive experience in child and adolescent development for sport and its progression into senior competition, with her popular book on the subject currently published in Swedish and Norwegian.


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