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Motor Control : Theory and Practical Applications

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780683306439

ISBN10:
068330643X
Media:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/17/2000
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

Here is the ONLY text to bridge the gap between current motor control theory and research, and its application to clinical practice. Motor Control prepares therapists to examine and treat patients who have problems related to balance, mobility and upper extremity function, based on the best available evidence supporting the clinical practice. A systems theory of motor control and a clinical or "task-oriented" approach to examination and intervention are presented. The perfect BALANCE of features: / Functional approach provides a practical model of rehabilitation. / Specific examples of theoretical models apply theories to clinical practice. / Drawings, charts, tables and photographs clarify postural control and functional mobility. New features provide added FUNCTION: / Chapter 6 presents factors affecting the control of movement and the types of patients likely to have these impairments. / Upper extremity assessment and intervention techniques are addressed from occupational therapy and physical therapy perspectives. / Laboratory activities and case studies demonstrate key concepts.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
SECTION I. Theoretical Framework
Motor Control: Issues and Theories
1(25)
Motor Learning and Recovery of Function
26(24)
Physiology of Motor Control
50(41)
Physiological Basis of Motor Learning and Recovery of Function
91(19)
A Conceptual Framework for Clinical Practice
110(17)
Constraints on Motor Control: An Overview of Neurological Impairments
127(36)
SECTION II Postural Control
Normal Postural Control
163(29)
Development of Postural Control
192(30)
Aging and Postural Control
222(26)
Abnormal Postural Control
248(23)
Clinical Management of the Patient With a Postural Control Disorder
271(34)
SECTION III Mobility Function
Control of Normal Mobility
305(33)
A Life Span Perspective of Mobility
338(30)
Abnormal Mobility
368(29)
Clinical Management of the Patient With a Mobility Disorder
397(50)
SECTION IV Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation
Normal Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation
447(24)
Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation: Changes Across the Life Span
471(26)
Abnormal Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation
497(20)
Clinical Management of the Patient With Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation Disorders
517(44)
Susan Duff
Anne Shumway-Cook
Marjorie H. Woollacott
References 561(32)
Glossary 593(6)
Index 599


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