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Arbeitsbuch Triggerpunkt Therapie

Author: Clair Davies
Publisher: Junfermann Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3955715469
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Das Standardwerk zur Triggerpunkt-Behandlung Arthritis, Kopf-, Knie- oder Fußschmerzen, Verletzungen durch Sport und einseitige Belastungen: Auf Schmerzbehandlung spezialisierte Ärzte sehen die Ursache von etwa 75 Prozent aller chronischen Schmerzen in Triggerpunkten, kleinen Kontraktionsknoten in den Muskeln. Diese sind recht schwer zu lokalisieren und zu behandeln - wenn man nicht weiß, wonach man Ausschau halten muss. Hier setzt dieses Arbeitsbuch an, indem es in klaren Illustrationen gut erkennbar zeigt, wo am Körper Triggerpunkte entstehen und in welchen Bereichen die damit verbundenen Schmerzen jeweils auftreten. Schritt für Schritt wird erklärt, wie sich diese Ursachen chronischer Schmerzen mithilfe äußerst wirksamer Massagetechniken behandeln lassen. Amber Davies hat dieses mit ihrem Vater gemeinsam verfasste Standardwerk gründlich durchgearbeitet und auf den neuesten Stand gebracht.

The Reading Nation In The Romantic Period

Author: William St Clair
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521810067
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During the four centuries when printed paper was the only means by which texts could be carried across time and distance, everyone engaged in politics, education, religion, and literature believed that reading helped to shape the minds, opinions, attitudes, and ultimately the actions, of readers. In this 2004 book, William St Clair investigates how the national culture can be understood through a quantitative study of the books that were actually read. Centred on the Romantic period in the English-speaking world, but ranging across the whole print era, it reaches startling conclusions about the forces that determined how ideas were carried, through print, into wider society. St Clair provides an in-depth investigation of information, made available here for the first time, on prices, print runs, intellectual property, and readerships gathered from over fifty publishing and printing archives. He offers a picture of the past very different from those presented by traditional approaches. Indispensable to students of English literature, book history, and the history of ideas, the study's conclusions and explanatory models are highly relevant to the issues we face in the age of the internet.