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2 Best Physical Therapy Books

Find a wide selection of physical therapy books to enhance your knowledge and skills. Explore our collection and stay updated with the latest techniques.


Better Stretching

by Joe Yoon

4.7 (947 reviews)

What is Better Stretching about?

In this comprehensive guide, Joe Yoon introduces his revolutionary approach to stretching that requires just 9 minutes a day. With a focus on enhancing flexibility, reducing pain, and improving performance, Yoon's JoeTherapy method combines various stretching techniques and principles to provide readers with a practical and effective routine. Whether you're an athlete, fitness enthusiast, or simply looking to improve your overall well-being, "Better Stretching" offers valuable insights and step-by-step instructions to help you achieve your goals.

Who should read Better Stretching

  • Athletes looking to improve their performance and prevent injuries.

  • Individuals seeking relief from chronic pain and increased flexibility.

  • Fitness enthusiasts interested in incorporating effective stretching techniques into their routine.


Healing Back Pain

by John E. Sarno

4.4 (5862 reviews)

What is Healing Back Pain about?

This insightful book explores the mind-body connection in relation to chronic back pain. The author, a renowned medical professional, delves into the psychological factors that contribute to physical discomfort. By examining case studies and personal experiences, he reveals how repressed emotions and stress can manifest as chronic pain. Offering practical advice and techniques, this book empowers readers to understand and address the root causes of their back pain for lasting relief and healing.

Who should read Healing Back Pain

  • Individuals suffering from chronic back pain seeking alternative healing methods.

  • Medical professionals interested in exploring the mind-body connection in pain management.

  • People looking to understand the psychological factors contributing to back pain.