OT Guide to Goniometry & MMT eTextbook

$29.95

Free with Functional Anatomy for Occupational Therapy*

Goniometry and MMT are fundamental skills for occupational therapy. Measuring purposeful movement and strength with these common clinical assessments supplies key information for evaluating occupational performance and tracking progress in many practice settings.

OT Guide to Goniometry & MMT eTextbook puts this core knowledge at your fingertips, as near as your tablet or computer.

OT Guide to Goniometry & MMT brings you:

  • Detailed video and photographic instruction of goniometry and MMT, covering more than 50 common movements
  • Functional examples to link anatomy to occupational performance
  • In-depth orientation and step-by-step demonstrations for practicing and developing skills
  • Examples of occupation-based goals, case studies, documentation templates, and quizzes for building and enhancing your clinical skills

*This eTextbook is available with Functional Anatomy for Occupational Therapy (FAOT) at no additional charge. When you register online for access to FAOT’s digital resources, you will be prompted to redeem this free eTextbook.

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