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The definitive work on occupational therapy for physical dysfunction returns in its Sixth Edition, with distinguished co-editors and clinical, academic, and consumer contributors. This text provides a current and well-rounded view of the field--from theoretical rationale to evaluation, treatment, and follow-up. Through the Occupational Functioning Model, this edition continues to emphasize the conceptual foundation of practice. New features include Evidence Tables summarizing the evidence supporting each intervention and Assessment Tables summarizing the pros and cons of key assessment tools. A brand-new companion DVD contains video clips demonstrating range of motion, manual muscle testing, construction of hand splints, and transferring patients.
Table of Contents
|Conceptual foundations for practice||p. 1|
|Historical and social foundations for practice||p. 21|
|Planning, guiding, and documenting practice||p. 40|
|Assessing roles and competence||p. 65|
|Assessing abilities and capacities : range of motion, strength, and endurance||p. 91|
|Assessing abilities and capacities : motor behavior||p. 186|
|Assessing abilities and capacities : sensation||p. 212|
|Assessing abilities and capacities : vision, visual perception, and praxis||p. 234|
|Assessing abilities and capacities : cognition||p. 260|
|Assessing context : personal, social, and cultural||p. 284|
|Assessing environment : home, community, and workplace access||p. 310|
|Occupation : philosophy and concepts||p. 339|
|Occupation as therapy : selection, gradation, analysis, and adaptation||p. 358|
|Therapeutic rapport||p. 402|
|Upper extremity orthoses||p. 421|
|Construction of hand splints||p. 465|
|Wheelchair selection||p. 487|
|High-technology adaptations to compensate for disability||p. 510|
|Physical agent modalities||p. 542|
|Optimizing abilities and capacities : range of motion, strength, and endurance||p. 573|
|Optimizing motor behavior using the occupational therapy task-oriented approach||p. 598|
|Optimizing motor skill using task-related training||p. 618|
|Optimizing motor behavior using the Bobath approach||p. 642|
|Optimizing motor behavior using the Brunnstrom movement therapy approach||p. 667|
|Managing deficit of first-level motor control capacities using rood and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation techniques||p. 690|
|Optimizing sensory abilities and capacities||p. 714|
|Optimizing vision, visual perception, and praxis abilities||p. 728|
|Optimizing cognitive abilities||p. 748|
|Restoring the role of independent person||p. 774|
|Restoring mobility||p. 817|
|Restoring competence for homemaker and parent roles||p. 854|
|Restoring competence for the worker roles||p. 875|
|Restoring competence in leisure pursuits||p. 909|
|Optimizing personal and social adaptation||p. 924|
|Optimizing access to home, community, and work environments||p. 951|
|Preventing occupational dysfunction secondary to aging||p. 974|
|Traumatic brain injury||p. 1042|
|Neurodegenerative diseases||p. 1079|
|Orthopaedic conditions||p. 1106|
|Hand impairments||p. 1131|
|Spinal cord injury||p. 1171|
|Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and fibromyalgia||p. 1214|
|Burn injuries||p. 1244|
|Amputations and prosthetics||p. 1264|
|Cardiac and pulmonary diseases||p. 1295|
|Human immunodeficiency virus||p. 1345|
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