”…a thorough, well-organized, and well-written summary of the Janda ap­proach to muscle imbalance.” Download the full review here. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy.

“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.” Manual Therapy

This book  “provides a lot of useful information that is different from the typical treatment approaches taught in most physical therapy schools and it can only help give clinicians insights that may help them treat their patients.” Download the full review here. Orthopedic Physical Therapy Practice.

“The authors have done a great service to Pr Janda’s legacy by masterfully summarizing his management approach in this comprehensive book. They have managed something which even the great Pr Janda could not – namely, summarizing his brilliant work! It is all here – posture & gait analysis; movement pattern assessment; sensory-motor training; etc.. And, most importantly, they show how current research is progressing the rehabilitation model forward consistent with Pr Janda’s groundbreaking theories.  Thank you Phil, Clare & Robert!” Craig Liebenson DC

“A practical text for clinicians treating patients with musculoskeletal complaints.” SciTech Book News

“An excellent book and a fitting tribute to Janda – well done! I attended several of Janda’s courses in the UK over a period of many years and his influence on my professional life was significant.” Christopher Norris, PhD, MSc, MCSP, MBAcC — Director of Norris Associates

“This would make a useful addition to every clinician’s library—especially physical therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, and all those using hands-on therapies.”  Download the full review here Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies

“Finally! A comprehensive review of Vladimir Janda’s work from people who worked side by side with him during his amazing life and career. Up to this point, it has been a challenge to find written works from Janda. Now, we have it all in one incredible book, which we can use for direct therapeutic application as well as reference.” Sue Falsone, PT, ATC. Director of Rehabilitation, Athletes Performance

“The book is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to learn more about muscle imbalances and their impact on structure and function.  This is an extremely important concept and one that I have always felt is not taught well in programs and takes the longest to firmly grasp in clinical practice.” Mike Reinold, DPT, ATC, SCS, CSCS, Head Athletic Trainer, Boston Red Sox
“Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance: The Janda Approach is a must read in my opinion.” Read his full review here Charlie Weingroff, DPT
“Finally the book that Vladimir Janda would have wanted written after his death.” Read the review here Stew Wild, NLMT

“It’s a book that should be part of every clinician’s library – particularly those who use hands-on therapies in any profession, whether physical therapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, physical medicine or any others.” Read the full review here Dr. Phil Maffetone

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