Welcome to the ancillary website for Fundamentals of Athletic Training, Third Edition.
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The image bank includes most of the figures, content photos, and tables from the text, sorted by chapter. Images can be used to develop a customized presentation based on specific course requirements.
A blank PowerPoint template is provided so instructors can quickly insert images from the image bank to create their own presentations. Easy-to-follow instructions are included.
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Adopters of this text are eligible to receive a free copy of a Primal Pictures software product titled Essentials of Interactive Functional Anatomy. This DVD-ROM will help instructors thoroughly review components of structural anatomy in class with a complete high-resolution 3-D model of the human musculature. The model can be rotated and allows for 11 layers of anatomy to be visually removed—from muscle down to bones. The DVD-ROM also includes 34 animations—each of which can be viewed from four different angles—showing clinical muscle function and providing students with a strong sense of the movement and motions around joints.
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