These 8 posters, designed to align with the third edition of the book by Tom Myers, are intended as a visual reference to the myofascial meridians discussed in Anatomy Trains. They include all new artwork from the prominent British anatomical artists Philip Wilson and Deborah Maizels, whose previous work was with the latest edition of Gray’s Anatomy.
The set of posters illustrate the bones, muscles and joints described in the book The Anatomy Trains on the basis of “train” lines, tracks and stations. Each poster focuses on one “train” line and features full-colour illustrations, line drawings to clarify and tables summarising the tracks and stations for each line.
Measuring 11 by 17 inches (28 x 43 cm), these laminated posters make a valuable addition to the walls of manual and movement therapists’ studios, for refreshing their memory about connected anatomy or to show clients why work in one area will be effective in another.
8 colour posters
Clarifies and reinforces the teaching approach of the Anatomy Trains book
Larger illustration size allows for them to be used as teaching aids in classroom or clinic
Useful also for student revision
Presentation in a tube for easy mailing, transport