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Motor Control; Translating Research into Clinical Practice

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9781608310180

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1608310183
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Pub. Date:
1/21/2011
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LWW
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This edition provides the latest research findings and their clinical applications in postural control, mobility, and upper extremity function. Drawings, charts, tables, and photographs are also included to clarify postural control and functional mobility, and laboratory activities, and case studies are provided to reinforce key concepts. The content is very well written and in an easy way. Ecampus provided excellent customer service, therefore, I will, without a doubt purchase textbooks from this company in the future.






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Summary

Motor Control is the only text to bridge the gap between current motor control research and its applications to clinical practice. The text prepares therapists to examine and treat patients with problems related to balance, mobility, and upper extremity function, based on the best available evidence supporting clinical practice. This edition provides the latest research findings and their clinical applications in postural control, mobility, and upper extremity function. Drawings, charts, tables, and photographs are also included to clarify postural control and functional mobility, and laboratory activities and case studies are provided to reinforce key concepts.

Videos on the back-of-book DVD examine motor control deficits, including deficits in postural control, mobility, and upper extremity function in different types of neurologic pathology (stroke, cerebellar pathology, cerebral palsy, and Parkinson's disease) as well as in balance impaired elders. These videos can be viewed in their entirety or in the following segments: impairments, postural control, mobility, and upper extremity control. This video enhances the clinical coverage found in the textbook.

Table of Contents

Part I: Theoretical Framework 1: Motor Control: Issues and Theories 2: Motor Learning and Recovery of Function 3: Physiology of Motor Control 4: Physiological Basis of Motor Learning and Recovery of Function 5: Constraints on Motor Control: An Overview of Neurologic Impairments 6: A Conceptual Framework for Clinical Practice Part II: Postural Control 7: Normal Postural Control 8: Development of Postural Control 9: Aging and Postural Control 10: Abnormal Postural Control 11: Clinical Management of the Patient with Postural Control Disorder Part III: Mobility Functions 12: Control of Normal Mobility 13: A Life Span Perspective of Mobility 14: Abnormal Mobility 15: Clinical Management of the Patient with a Mobility Disorder Part IV: Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation 16: Normal Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation 17: Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation: Changes Across the Life Span 18: Abnormal Reach, Grasp, and Manipulation 19 Clinical Management of the Patient with Reach, Grasp, or Manipulation Disorders References Index


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