9781556424250

Case Studies in Rehabilitation

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    9781556424250

  • ISBN10:

    1556424256

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-01-18
  • Publisher: Slack Incorporated

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Summary

Case Studies in Rehabilitationis a series of case studies compiled into one reference text for the student. This necessary textbook will allow the reader to analyze "real-life" examples of individuals with a variety of diagnoses and to develop clinical reasoning skills.A variety of cases are presented inCase Studies in Rehabilitationcovering myriad topics such as orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology, and oncology. These case studies represent the primary adult pathologies, impairments, and functional limitations seen by clinicians. The case studies will also allow the reader to focus on the concept of disability for an individual when developing a comprehensive plan of care. The user-friendly format allows the user to choose from one of the many topics for practice in developing treatment plans, case analysis or to focus on one area of practice.An important function of this book is that it allows for the integration of didactic learning and hands-on practice when patients are not readily available. All case studies are presented in a narrative format with accompanying forms that are frequently encountered in clinical practice.Case Studies in Rehabilitationwill also help students as they learn to interact with the patients they will be treating in their future careers. This text will allow them to fine-tune their skills in dealing with a variety of different patients and cases and indicate how to handle each individual case in the best possible matter.

Author Biography

Patricia Ghikas graduated from the University of Vermont with an undergraduate degree in physical therapy in 1987. She completed a certificate of graduate study in geriatric physical therapy from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in 1997, and a Master of Education degree from the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in 2000. She received her certification as a specialist in geriatric physical therapy from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 1997. She has held clinical staff positions at New England Rehabilitation Hospital in Woburn, MA; Carleton-Willard Village in Bedford, MA; Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital Home Care in Haverhill, MA; and Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, MA. She has held health care management positions for Advantage Health Corporation and Advanced Rehab Systems. She has provided geriatric rehabilitation consultation services through her private practice from 1995 to 1997. In addition, she has held adjunct and full-time faculty positions in the physical therapist assistant program at Newbury College in Brookline, MA from 1994 to 1999. She has written the home study series module Treatment of the Individual with Parkinson’s Disease as an invited author for the geriatric section of the APTA, and has been an active member of the APTA of MA since 1993, holding several offices at the district level. Currently she is the Program Director for the Wound Healing Center at Hale Hospital, Haverhill, MA.     

Michele Clopper graduated from Erie Community College with an Associate degree in occupational therapy and later completed her Bachelor’s degree in OT at Boston University. She went on to complete a Master of Science in rehabilitation counseling from Boston University. Initially, Michele worked for over 10 years in outpatient psychiatry for veterans affairs with a specialty in providing services for Vietnam veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. She has presented in several international conferences regarding treatment of this population, including incarcerated veterans. She has also worked in acute rehabilitation hospitals, subacute/skilled settings, and home care. She has been on the roster of accreditation for ACOTE for OTA programs for the past 6 years and has had the opportunity to serve as an Academic Fieldwork Coordinator/Instructor at Bay State College in Boston. During her career, she has always been an active mentor and has supervised OTA and OT students. Currently, she is the Director of Occupational Therapy at Tewksbury Hospital, which is a Department of Public Health facility in Massachusetts.

Table of Contents

Dedication v
Acknowledgments ix
About the Authors xi
Introduction xiii
Orthopedics
1(18)
Left Hip Fracture
1(5)
Right Total Hip Replacement Secondary to Hip Fracture
6(3)
Multiple Fractures
9(10)
Neurology
19(50)
Guillain-Barre Syndrome
19(4)
Parkinson's Disease
23(5)
Right-Middle Cerebrovascular Accident
28(4)
Left Cerebrovascular Accident
32(5)
Multiple Sclerosis
37(8)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
45(7)
Right Cerebrovascular Accident
52(5)
Post-Polio Syndrome
57(3)
Spinal Cord Injury
60(5)
Traumatic Brain Injury
65(4)
Rheumatology
69(16)
Osteoarthritis
69(5)
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
74(4)
Ankylosing Spondylitis
78(7)
Oncology
85(10)
Breast Cancer
85(5)
Colon Cancer
90(5)
Multidiagnosis
95(12)
Deconditioning with Congestive Heart Failure and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
95(5)
Left Lower Extremity Amputation with Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus and Peripheral Vascular Disease
100(7)
Appendix: Abbreviations 107(4)
Index 111

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