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A new edition offers the chance to fix "the mistakes of yesterday" and make recommendations for where to hunt for "new light" tomorrow. This second edition of Kinesiology: The Mechanics and Pathomechanics of Human Movement's main objective is to make sure that it accurately reflects the most recent developments in the fields of kinesiology and biomechanics science. Authors of the chapters went over the literature and updated the chapters as needed. We have also made clear mention of recent discoveries and new fields of inquiry or points of contention. These additions will help the reader in their search to identify the fundamental ideas that guide and inform effective practise in the disciplines of exercise and rehabilitation. Building on the solid clinical connections provided by the first edition was the revision's second goal.Additional instances of the interactions between structure, force, and movement and how they affect function are provided (as described in the Preface from the First Edition). Practitioners can spot anomalous movement and methodically look for and identify the underlying pathomechanics by having a strong and clear understanding of how these components interact. Practitioners will be able to normalise or treat dysfunction by intervening at the level of the mechanism by detecting underlying mechanisms. Using the Clinical Relevance boxes is one way to illustrate these connections and improve the usefulness of the knowledge in this textbook. In order to show more clearly how structure, function, and forces effect movement, we have increased the number of these boxes throughout the textThe material in this text can be used by a clinician to comprehend a dysfunction or decide on an intervention plan. We have been able to strengthen those clinical connections by updating the content to reflect fresh knowledge, recent research, and contemporary practise. The biomechanical principles described in Chapter 1 have not altered much, although Dr. Karduna has clarified several elements of analysis. Students can access additional "practise problems" from him on the related website. For readers to better understand the connections between engineering principles and the clinical problems that matter to practitioners, Drs. Topoleski and Mansour have reorganised their chapters on fundamental material properties (Chapter 2) and on the properties of bone and cartilage (Chapters 3 and 5). They have also added clinical examples. Dr. Lockard has included recent proofobtaining information on tissue response to activity from new research technologies (Chapter 6). Drs. Pidcoe and McGill rearranged their chapters to make it easier for readers to understand the information and the supporting data (Chapters 27, 33, and 34). Dr. McGill addressed several current issues and updated the available evidence. To make sure that their chapters reflected a knowledge based on the most recent scientific evidence, Drs. Beattie and Christian evaluated the literature (Chapters 32, 35, and 36). The ultimate goal of creating a second edition was to offer vivid examples of the ideas and principles discussed in this literature. We've all heard the expression "a picture is worth a thousand words," but since kinesiology is the study of movement, video offers advantages that still photos cannot. 

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