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This is the 5th edition with a publication date of 8/21/2006.
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Physical Rehabilitation is the comprehensive, curriculum-spanning text for physical therapy students and a key reference for practicing physical therapists and other rehabilitation professionals. Focusing on the rehabilitation management of adult patients, it integrates pathophysiological, medical, and therapeutic concepts to assist in the development of appropriate examination procedures, goals, outcomes, and plan of care. This updated 5th edition: Has been revitalized with a new two-color design and more photographs, illustrations, and tables resulting in a more user-friendly presentation. Integrates current research in basic and clinical sciences with physical therapy examination and intervention. Supporting evidence-based practice, many chapters include Evidence Summary Boxes that examine current research on chapter-specific topics. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Patient Care: Decision Making, Psychosocial Factors, and Values||p. 1|
|Clinical Decision Making||p. 3|
|Influence of Psychosocial Factors on Rehabilitation||p. 27|
|Influence of Values on Patient Care: Foundation for Decision Making||p. 65|
|Vital Signs||p. 81|
|Examination of Sensory Function||p. 121|
|Musculoskeletal Examination||p. 159|
|Examination of Coordination||p. 193|
|Examination of Motor Function: Motor Control and Motor Learning||p. 227|
|Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Velocity Tests||p. 273|
|Examination of Gait||p. 317|
|Examination of Functional Status and Activity Level||p. 373|
|Examination of the Environment||p. 401|
|Intervention Strategies for Rehabilitation||p. 469|
|Strategies to Improve Motor Function||p. 471|
|Locomotor Training||p. 523|
|Chronic Pulmonary Dysfunction||p. 561|
|Heart Disease||p. 589|
|Vascular, Lymphatic, and Integumentary Disorders||p. 643|
|Multiple Sclerosis||p. 777|
|Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis||p. 819|
|Parkinson's Disease||p. 853|
|Traumatic Brain Injury||p. 895|
|Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury||p. 937|
|Vestibular Disorders||p. 999|
|Chronic Pain||p. 1117|
|Cognitive and Perceptual Dysfunction||p. 1149|
|Neurogenic Disorders of Speech and Language||p. 1189|
|Orthotics, Prosthetics, and the Prescriptive Wheelchair||p. 1211|
|The Prescriptive Wheelchair||p. 1287|
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