New Release: The Vital Glutes
Categories: Bodywork & Somatics Fitness & Sports New Release
Although dysfunctional gluteal muscles often cause pain in the lower backs, shoulders, knees, or ankles of people who exercise regularly, few understand this correlation. Now, physical therapists and athletes alike can begin to learn the effect “glutes” have on other parts of the body, and how to prevent or treat associated pain.
The first book of its kind, The Vital Glutes explores the relationship between the gluteus maximus, postural muscles, and various leg muscles. Written clearly, with hundreds of color images and step-by-step instructions to diagnose and treat dysfunctional glutes, this book is an all-inclusive guide that anyone involved in physical therapy or athletics should add to their collection.
About the author
John Gibbons is a registered osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council, specializing in the assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries for the University of Oxford. Gibbons delivers advanced therapy training to qualified professionals within the Premiership football and rugby sectors.
Gibbons has written many articles on various aspects of physical therapy, which have been published through the Federation of Holistic Therapists, SportEx, Massage World, and the Sports Injury Bulletin.Tags: John Gibbons Massage & Other Manual Therapies