10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KINESIATRICS»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to kinesiatrics
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
MOSHKOV, Valentin Nikobevich, Specialist in kinesiatrics; Prof. s. 1943; Dr. of
Med. Sci.; corresp. member, USSR Acad of Med. Sci., s. 1957; Head, Dept of
Kinesiatrics, Ceotr. Inst, of Balneology, ». 1943; Head, Chair of Kinesiatrics, Centr
Stedman's Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and ...
Kiesselbach. kinesiatrics. Kies-sel-bach ar-e-a (ke'sel-bahk ar'e-a) An urea on
the anterior portion of the nasal septum rich in capillaries (Kiesselbach plexus)
and often the seat of epistaxis. SYN Little area. Ki-ku-Chi diS-ease (ke-ku'che ...
Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 2005
World Who's who in Science: A Biographical Dictionary of ...
Research and numerous pubis. on theory and methods of kinesiatrics and its use
in complex treatment of health resort patients; developer use of kinesiatrics in
treatment of cardiovascular disorders, hypertony and endarteritis, kinesiatrics as
A practical medical dictionary ...
The science of movement, especially of the therapeutic use of movements;
kinematics, kinesiatrics, kinesitherapy. kinesiom'eter. Kinesimeter.
kinesioneurosis (ki-ne"sI-o-nu-ro'sis) [G. kinlsis, movement, 4- neuron, nerve, + ~
&sis.] A neurosis, or ...
Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1914
Blackwell's Nursing Dictionary
... (ki-na' -si-ther-a-pi): Treatment by massage and therapeutic exercises.
Kinesiatrics. kinetic (ki-net' -ik): Relating to, or producing, motion. kinetism (kin' -e-
tizm): The ability to consciously initiate and perform movement. kinetogenic ...
Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero, 2013
Soviet Personalities in Biomedicine: A Publication of the ...
... PUBLICATIONS, ARTICLES: BOOKS: KINESIATRICS IN THE CLINICAL
TREATHENT OF NERVOUS DISEASES, 1959 KINESIATRICS IN
OBLITERATING ENDARTERITIS, 1958 KINESIATRICS IN HEALTH RESORTS
AND SANATORIA, ...
John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences. Geographic Health Studies, 1974
Putnam's Word Book: A Practical Aid in Expressing Ideas ...
Antonyms: immovable, fast, immobile. move, v. transfer; migrate, immigrate,
emigrate, remove; impel, propel, actuate, influence; budge, stir. movement, n.
motion, locomotion, transference, removal. movement cure. kinesiatrics,
Louis Andrew Flemming, 1913
Manual of Treatment by Massage and Methodical Exercise
Passive and active movements have been classed together under the terms
sanitary gymnastics or calisthenics. Several authors have published bulky
volumes on “kinesipathy,” “kinesiatrics,” “cinésiologie,” which, notwithstanding
their merits, ...
Kinetic jottings: miscellaneous extracts illustrating the ...
The active forms of the treatment have been designated as the backbone among
the curative means of kinesiatrics, on account of their strengthening and
developing effects. And by the double concentric and eccentric movements (
The New England Medical Gazette
bility that the medical profession as a whole should be so absolutely ignorant of
the possible usefulness of kinesiatrics. Possibly when medical students have to
study it as a part of the prescribed course, they will take the trouble to learn ...