Jairus Quensnele DC, a Canadian chiropractor, recently wrote a review of Assessment and Treatment of Muscular Imbalance: The Janda Approach in the journal, Manual Therapy. Here is an excerpt:
“The book is filled with helpful diagrams, pictures and algorithms that promote deeper understanding and enable a more pleasant read. The content is quite broad, appropriately balancing theory with scientific evidence. Each topic is well researched and referenced. The chapters that stress the importance of sensorimotor training in treatment and rehabilitation of muscle imbalance syndromes are excellent. A plethora of proprioceptive, vestibular balance training, and central indirect techniques are described for all areas of the body and are most relevant in treating muscle imbalance.
With its modest price tag and practical insights of both assessment and treatment of muscle imbalance, I would recommend this book to any practitioner or student planning to treat MSK disorders.”