Book review by Robert G. Ross, MPT, CHT
Journal of Hand Therapy, Volume 20 Number 3 July – September 2007
“There is no question that Anatomy of the Forearm, Wrist and Hand, is a superbly illustrated, simple manual. The illustrations are clear, precise, and represent an ideal tool to educate one’s patients. The text is also ideally suited as a quick reference and study guide for both beginning and experienced therapists. In the two concluding chapters the author presents ten clinical tests that are simply illustrated with a brief explanation of the test and the last chapter concludes with several common disorders of the wrist and hand. I wholeheartedly recommend this guide as an integral part of your clinical library”.