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Therapeutic Exercise : Moving Toward Function,9780781741354

Therapeutic Exercise : Moving Toward Function

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Pub. Date:
10/8/2004
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Summary

Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function, Second Edition provides a conceptual framework for learning how to make clinical decisions regarding the prescription of the therapeutic exercise--from deciding which exercise(s) to teach, to how to teach them, to the dosage required for the best possible outcome. Throughout this text, readers will learn how to treat, with the use of therapeutic exercise and related interventions, the impairments that correlate to functional limitations and the disability and to work toward the most optimal function possible. Features-- . Terminology follows that used in the APTA's "Guide to Physical Therapy Practice" to help the reader master the official language of the field . New chapters on the Prevention and the Promotion of Health, Wellness, and Fitness; and Impaired Aerobic Capacity and Endurance . New coverage of joint mobilization, with detailed techniques . Self-Management boxes provide step-by-step exercises written directly for the client . Patient-Related Instruction boxes address patient education issues, with tips on enhancing communication and compliance . Includes a sample complete intervention to encourage an understanding of the importance of encompassing the total body when prescribing therapeutic exercise . Plus fully updated literature review and evidence-based data Attention Faculty: A companion Website is available online at http://connection.lww.com/hallandbrody.

Table of Contents

UNIT 1 Foundations of Therapeutic Exercise
1(56)
Introduction to Therapeutic Exercise and the Expanded Disablement Model
1(9)
Carrie Hall
Definition of Physical Therapy
1(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention
2(1)
The Disablement Process
2(8)
Purpose of Defining the Disablement Process
2(1)
Evolution of the Disablement Model
3(1)
Modified Disablement Model
4(6)
Patient Management
10(25)
Carrie Hall
Introduction
10(1)
Patient Management Model
10(10)
Examination
10(5)
Diagnosis
15(1)
Prognosis and Plan of Care
16(1)
Intervention
17(2)
Outcome
19(1)
Clinical Decision Making
20(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention
20(10)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention Model
21(6)
Exercise Modification
27(3)
Adjunctive Interventions
30(5)
Physical Agents
30(1)
Mechanical Modalities
30(1)
Electrotherapeutic Modalities
31(4)
Principles of Self Management and Exercise Instruction
35(12)
Lori Thein Brody
Teaching in the Clinic
35(1)
Safety
35(1)
Self-Management
36(1)
Adherence and Motivation
36(2)
Health Behavior Models
36(1)
Applications
36(2)
Clinician-Patient Communication
38(1)
Issues in Home Exercise Program Prescription
39(3)
Understanding Instructions
39(1)
Proper Exercise Execution
40(1)
Equipment and Environment
41(1)
Home Exercise Prescription
42(5)
Considerations in Exercise Prescription
42(1)
Determining Exercise Levels
43(1)
Formulating the Program
44(3)
Prevention and the Promotion of Health, Wellness, and Fitness
47(10)
Janet Bezner
The Context for Primary Prevention
47(3)
Definitions
47(3)
Measurement of Wellness
50(1)
Health Promotion and Wellness-Based Practices
50(7)
From Illness to Wellness
52(1)
The Use of Screening as an Examination Tool within a Wellness-Based Practice
52(1)
Starting a Wellness-Based Practice
52(5)
UNIT 2 Physiologic Impairments and Therapeutic Exercise
57(150)
Impaired Muscle Performance
57(30)
Carrie Hall
Lori Thein Brody
Definitions
58(1)
Strength
58(1)
Power
58(1)
Endurance
58(1)
Muscle Actions
58(1)
Morphology and Physiology of Muscle Performance
59(3)
Gross Structure of Skeletal Muscle
59(1)
Ultrastructure of Skeletal Muscle
60(1)
Chemical and Mechanical Events During Contraction and Relaxation
60(1)
Muscle Fiber Type
61(1)
Motor Unit
61(1)
Force Gradation
61(1)
Factors Affecting Muscle Performance
62(5)
Fiber Type
62(1)
Fiber Diameter
62(1)
Muscle Size
62(2)
Muscle Architecture
64
Force-Velocity Relationship
62(1)
Length-Tension Relationship
63(1)
Training Specificity
64(1)
Neurologic Adaptation
64(1)
Muscle Fatigue
64(1)
Lifespan Considerations
65(1)
Cognitive Aspects of Performance
66(1)
Effects of Alcohol
67(1)
Effects of Corticosteroids
67(1)
Causes of Decreased Muscle Performance
67(3)
Neurologic Pathology
67(1)
Muscle Strain
68(2)
Disuse and Deconditioning
70(1)
Length Associated Changes
70(1)
Physiologic Adaptations to Training
70(2)
Strength and Power
70(2)
Endurance
72(1)
Examination/Evaluation of Muscle Performance
72(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Impaired Muscle Performance
73(9)
Activities
73(5)
Dosage
78(2)
Dosage for Strength Training
80(1)
Dosage for Power Training
81(1)
Dosage for Endurance Training
81(1)
Dosage for Training the Advanced or Elite Athlete
81(1)
Precautions and Contraindications
82(5)
Impaired Aerobic Capacity/Endurance
87(26)
Janet Bezner
Physiology of Aerobic Capacity and Endurance
87(7)
Definitions
87(1)
Energy Sources Used During Aerobic Exercise
88(2)
Normal and Abnormal Responses to Acute Aerobic Exercise
90(3)
Physiologic and Psychological Adaptations to Cardiorespiratory Endurance Training
93(1)
Causes of Impaired Aerobic Capacity/Rehabilitation Indications
94(2)
Examination/Evaluation of Aerobic Capacity
96(4)
Patient/Client History
96(1)
Systems Review
96(1)
Screening Examination
96(1)
Tests and Measures
97(3)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention
100(5)
Mode
100(1)
Dosage
101(4)
Precautions and Contraindications
105(2)
Graded Exercise Testing Contraindications and Supervision Guidelines
106(1)
Supervision During Exercise
106(1)
Patient-related Instruction/Education and Adjunctive Interventions
107(1)
Lifespan Issues
108(5)
Guidelines for Cardiovascular Endurance Training in the Young
108(1)
Guidelines for Cardiovascular Endurance Training in the Elderly
108(5)
Impaired Range of Motion and Joint Mobility
113(36)
Lori Thein Brody
Morphology and Physiology of Normal Mobility
114(1)
Causes and Effects of Decreased Mobility
114(3)
Effects on Muscle
115(1)
Effects on Tendon
115(1)
Effects on Ligaments and Insertion Sites
116(1)
Effects on Articular Cartilage
116(1)
Effects on Bone
116(1)
Effects of Remobilization
117(2)
Effects on Muscle
117(1)
Effects on Tendon
117(1)
Effects on Ligaments and Insertion Sites
118(1)
Effects on Articular Cartilage
118(1)
Effects on Bone
118(1)
Mobility Examination and Evaluation
119(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Decreased Mobility
120(19)
Elements of the Movement System
120(1)
Activities to Increase Mobility
120(17)
Exercise Dosage
137(1)
Precautions and Contraindications
138(1)
Causes and Effects of Hypermobility
139(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Hypermobility
140(3)
Elements of the Movement System
140(1)
Stabilization Exercises
140(2)
Precautions and Contraindications
142(1)
Lifespan Issues
143(1)
Adjunctive Agents
143(6)
Superficial Heat
143(1)
Deep Heat
144(5)
Impaired Balance
149(18)
Lori Thein Brody
Judy Dewane
Definitions
149(1)
Physiology of Balance
149(3)
Contributions of sensory systems
150(1)
Processing Sensory Information
151(1)
Generating Motor Output
151(1)
Motor Learning
152(1)
Causes of balance impairment
152(1)
Effects of training on balance
153(1)
Examination and evaluation of impaired balance
154(1)
Therapeutic exercise intervention for impaired balance
155(8)
Mode
155(1)
Posture
156(1)
Movement
156(2)
Dosage
158(5)
Precautions and Contraindications
163(4)
Impaired Posture
167(18)
Carrie Hall
Introduction
167(1)
Definitions
168(4)
Posture
168(1)
Standard Posture
168(1)
Deviations in Posture
169(2)
Movement
171(1)
Causes of Impaired Posture and Movement
172(6)
Range of Motion
173(1)
Muscle length
173(1)
Joint Mobility
173(1)
Muscle Performance
173(1)
Pain
174(2)
Anatomic Impairments and Anthropometric Characteristics
176(1)
Psychological Impairments
176(1)
Lifespan considerations
177(1)
Environmental Influences
178(1)
Examination and Evaluation
178(2)
Posture
178(1)
Movement
179(1)
Intervention
180(2)
Elements of the Movement System
180(1)
Activity and Dosage
181(1)
Patient-Related Instruction and Adjunctive Interventions
182(3)
Pain
185(22)
Lori Thein Brody
Definitions
185(1)
Physiology of Pain
185(3)
Pain Pathways
186(1)
Pain Theory
187(1)
Examination and Evaluation
188(2)
Pain Scales
188(1)
McGill Pain Questionnaire
189(1)
Disability and Health-Related Quality of Life Scales
190(1)
Therapeutic exercise intervention for pain
190(12)
Acute Pain
190(1)
Chronic Pain
190(12)
Adjunctive Agents
202(1)
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
202(1)
Heat
203(1)
Cold
204(1)
Medication
204(3)
UNIT 3 Special Physiologic Considerations in Therapeutic Exercise
207(76)
Soft Tissue Injury and Postoperative Treatment
207(22)
Lori Thein Brody
Physiology of Connective Tissue Repair
207(4)
Microstructure of Connective Tissues
207(1)
Response to Loading
208(1)
Phases of Healing
209(2)
Principles of Treating Connective Tissue Injuries
211(1)
Restoration of Normal Tissue Relationships
211(1)
Optimal Loading
211(1)
Specific Adaptations to Imposed Demands
212(1)
Prevention of Complications
212(1)
Management of impairments associated with connective tissue dysfunction
212(7)
Sprain: Injury to Ligament and Capsule
213(1)
Strain: Musculotendinous Injury
213(2)
Tendinitis and Tendon Injuries
215(4)
Cartilage Injury
219(1)
Management of impairments associated with localized inflammation
219(1)
Contusion
219(1)
Management of impairments associated with fractures
220(1)
Classification of Fractures
220(1)
Application of Treatment Principles
220(1)
Management of impairments associated with bony and soft tissue surgical procedures
221(5)
Soft Tissue Procedures
222(2)
Bony Procedures
224(2)
Management of impairments associated with joint arthroplasty
226(3)
Therapeutic Exercise for Arthritis
229(15)
Kimberly Bennett
Review of Pertinent Anatomy and Kinesiology
229(1)
Pathology
230(3)
Osteoarthritis
230(1)
Rheumatoid Arthritis
231(2)
Exercise Recommendations for Prevention and Wellness
233(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Impairments
233(6)
Pain
234(1)
Impaired Mobility and Range of Motion
234(1)
Impaired Muscle Performance
235(2)
Impaired Aerobic Capacity
237(2)
Special Considerations in Exercise Prescription and Modification
239(2)
Ligament or joint capsule laxity precautions
239(1)
Restoring muscle balance
240(1)
Normalizing specific joint movement patterns
241(1)
Exercise modifications in response to pain or fatigue
241(1)
Pacing treatment
241(1)
Patient Education
241(3)
Therapeutic Exercise for Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
244(15)
Kimberly Bennett
Pathology
244(3)
Fibromyalgia syndrome
244(2)
Chronic fatigue syndrome
246(1)
Therapeutic exercise intervention for prevention and wellness
247(1)
Therapeutic exercise intervention for common impairments
247(5)
Impaired muscle performance
248(1)
Impaired aerobic capacity
249(1)
Impaired range of motion
250(1)
Impaired posture
250(1)
Impaired response to emotional stress
251(1)
Pain
252(1)
Precautions/contraindications
252(1)
Adjunctive interventions and patient-related instruction
253(6)
Therapeutic Exercise in Obstetrics
259(24)
M.J. Strauhal
Physiologic Changes Related to Pregnancy - Support Element
259(3)
Endocrine System
259(1)
Cardiovascular System
260(2)
Respiratory System
262(1)
Physiologic Changes Related to Pregnancy-Base Element
262(1)
Musculoskeletal System
262(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Wellness
263(3)
Precautions and Contraindications
263(1)
Exercise Guidelines
263(3)
Exercise Intensity
266(1)
Exercise Classes
266(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention For Common Impairments
266(10)
Adjunctive Interventions
266(1)
Normal Antepartum Women
266(6)
High Risk Antepartum
272(2)
Postpartum
274(2)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention For Common Impairments
276(7)
Nerve Compression Syndromes
276(1)
Other Impairments
277(6)
UNIT 4 Sample Specialties of Therapeutic Exercise Intervention
283(66)
Closed Kinetic Chain Training
283(26)
Susan Lynn Lefever
Physiologic Principles of Closed Kinetic Chain Training
284(3)
Muscular Factors
284(1)
Biomechanical Factors
284(2)
Neurophysiologic Factors
286(1)
Examination and Evaluation
287(1)
Standardization Tools
287(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention
287(4)
Elements of the Movement System
288(2)
Activity or Technique
290(1)
Dosage
290(1)
Application of Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises
291(15)
Lower Extremity Examples & Progression
291(1)
Upper Extremity Examples & Progression
292(14)
Precautions and Contraindications
306(3)
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
309(21)
Chuck Hanson
Definitions and Goals
309(1)
Basic Neurophysiologic Principles of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
309(5)
Muscular Activity
309(1)
Diagonals of Movement
310(4)
Motor Development
314(1)
Examination and Evaluation
314(2)
Impaired range of motion and muscle length
314(1)
Impaired muscle performance (power)
314(1)
Impaired muscle performance (endurance)
314(1)
Impaired balance
314(1)
Impaired posture
314(1)
Impaired motor control
314(1)
Pain
314(2)
Treatment Implementation
316(10)
Patterns of Facilitation
316(1)
Procedures
317(3)
Techniques of Facilitation
320(6)
Patient-related instruction
326(4)
Aquatic Physical Therapy
330(19)
Lori Thein Brody
Physical Properties of Water
330(4)
Buoyancy
330(1)
Hydrostatic Pressure
330(1)
Viscosity
330(4)
Physiologic Responses to Immersion
334(2)
Effects of Water Temperature
336(1)
Physiologic Responses to Exercise and Immersion
336(1)
Examination and Evaluation for Aquatic Rehabilitation
337(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention
337(6)
Mobility Impairment
337(3)
Balance Impairment
340(3)
Aquatic Rehabilitation to Treat Functional Limitations
343(1)
Coordinating Land and Water Activities
343(1)
Patient-Related Education
344(1)
Precautions/contraindications
344(5)
UNIT 5 Functional Approach to Therapeutic Exercise of the Lower Extremities
349(206)
The Lumbopelvic Region
349(53)
Carrie Hall
Review of Anatomy and Kinesiology
350(1)
Lumbar Spine
350(3)
Pelvic Girdle
353(1)
Myology
354(3)
Gait
357(1)
Examination and Evaluation
357(7)
Patient History
357(1)
Screening Examination
358(1)
Tests and Measures
359(5)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Physiologic Impairments
364(25)
Aerobic Capacity Impairment
365(1)
Balance and Coordination Impairment
365(1)
Muscle Performance Impairment
366(9)
General Disuse and Deconditioning
375(3)
Range of Motion, Muscle Length, and Joint Mobility
378(5)
Pain
383(3)
Posture and Movement Impairment
386(3)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Diagnoses
389(1)
Lumbar Disk Herniation
389(2)
Examination and Evaluation Findings
389(1)
Treatment
390(1)
Spinal Stenosis
391(1)
Examination and Evaluation Findings
391(1)
Treatment
391(1)
Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis
392(1)
Examination and Evaluation Findings
393(1)
Treatment
393(1)
Adjunctive Interventions
393(9)
Bracing
393(1)
Traction
394(8)
The Pelvic Floor
402(34)
Elizabeth Shelly
Review of Anatomy and Kinesiology
403(2)
Skeletal Muscles
403(1)
Pelvic Diaphragm Muscles
403(1)
Related Muscles
404(1)
Pelvic Floor Function
404(1)
Physiology of Micturition
405(1)
Anatomic Impairments
405(3)
Birth Injury
407(1)
Neurologic Dysfunction
407(1)
Psychological Impairments
408(1)
Motivation
408(1)
Sexual Abuse
408(1)
Examination/Evaluation
408(3)
Risk Factors
409(1)
Screening Questionnaires
409(1)
Results of the Internal Examination
409(1)
Patient Self-Assessment Tests
410(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Physiologic Impairments
411(8)
Impaired Muscle Performance
411(1)
Active Pelvic Floor Exercises
412(2)
Pain
414(1)
Joint Mobility and Range of Motion (including muscle length) Impairments
415(3)
Posture Impairment
418(1)
Coordination Impairment
418(1)
Clinical Classifications of Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction
419(4)
Supportive Dysfunction
419(1)
Common Impairments
420(1)
Hypertonia Dysfunction
421(1)
Incoordination Dysfunction
422(1)
Visceral Dysfunction
422(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Diagnoses
423(5)
Incontinence
423(3)
Organ Prolapse
426(1)
Chronic Pelvic Pain
426(1)
Levator Ani Syndrome
426(1)
Coccygodynia
427(1)
Vulvodynia
427(1)
Vaginismus
428(1)
Nonrelaxing puborectails syndrome
428(1)
Dyspareunia
428(1)
Adjunctive Interventions
428(8)
Biofeedback
428(1)
Basic Bladder Training
429(1)
Scar Mobilization
429(2)
Externally Palpating the Pelvic Floor Muscles
431(5)
The Hip
436(52)
Carrie Hall
Anatomy And Kinesiology
436(5)
Osteology and Arthrology
436(2)
Muscles
438(1)
Nerves and Blood Supply
438(1)
Kinematics
438(2)
Kinetics
440(1)
Kinetics and Kinematics of Gait
441(1)
Anatomic Impairments
441(3)
Angles of Inclination and Torsion
441(2)
Leg Length Discrepancy
443(1)
Examination and Evaluation
444(6)
History
444(1)
Lumbar Spine Clearing Examination
444(1)
Other Clearing Tests
444(2)
Gait and Balance
446(1)
Joint Mobility and Integrity
446(1)
Muscle Performance
446(1)
Pain and Inflammation
447(1)
Range of motion and Muscle Length
448(1)
Work, Community, and Leisure Integration or Reintegration
448(1)
Special Tests
448(2)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions For Common Physiologic Impairments
450(21)
Impaired Muscle Performance
450(9)
Range of Motion, Muscle Length, Joint Mobility, and Integrity Impairments
459(8)
Balance
467(1)
Pain
468(2)
Leg Length Discrepancy
470(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions For Common Diagnoses
471(17)
Osteoarthritis
471(3)
Iliotibial Band-Related Diagnoses
474(4)
Nerve Entrapment Syndromes
478(10)
The Knee
488(36)
Lori Thein Brody
Rob Landel
Review of Anatomy and Kinesiology
488(4)
Anatomy
488(3)
Kinematics
491(1)
Kinetics
492(1)
Anatomic Impairments
492(1)
Genu Valgum
493(1)
Genu Varum
493(1)
Examination and Evaluation
493(1)
Patient/client History
493(1)
Tests and Measures
493(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Physiologic Impairments
494(6)
Mobility Impairment
494(2)
Impaired Muscle Performance
496(4)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Diagnoses
500(24)
Ligament Injuries
500(6)
Fractures
506(2)
Meniscal Injuries
508(1)
Degenerative Arthritis Problems
509(3)
Tendinoplasties
512(2)
Patellofemoral Pain
514(10)
The Ankle/Foot
524(31)
John P. Monohan
Ryan Hartely
Carrie Hall
Stan Smith
Review of Anatomy and Kinesiology
524(3)
Osteology
524(1)
Arthrology
525(1)
Myology
526(1)
Neurology
526(1)
Foot and Ankle Kinesiology
527(6)
Gait Kinetics
529(1)
Gait Kinematics
530(3)
Anatomic Impairments
533(1)
Subtalar varus
533(1)
Forefoot Varus
533(1)
Forefoot Valgus
534(1)
Examination and Evaluation
534(1)
Patient/Client History
534(1)
Joint Integrity and Mobility Examination
534(1)
Muscle Performance
534(1)
Pain
534(1)
Posture
534(1)
Range of Motion
535(1)
Other Examination Procedures
535(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Physiologic Impairments
535(8)
Balance and Coordination Impairment
535(1)
Muscle Performance
536(1)
Pain and Swelling
537(1)
Posture and Movement Impairment
538(1)
Range of Motion and Joint Integrity Impairment
539(4)
Therapeutic Exercise Intervention for Common Ankle and Foot Diagnoses
543(6)
Plantar Fascitis
543(2)
Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
545(1)
Achilles Tendinosis
545(1)
Functional Nerve Disorders
545(2)
Ligament Sprains
547(2)
Ankle Fractures
549(1)
Adjunctive Interventions
549(6)
Adhesive Strapping
549(1)
Wedges and Pads
550(1)
Biomechanical Foot Orthotics
550(1)
Heel and Full Sole Lifts
550(5)
UNIT 6 Functional Approach to Therapeutic Exercise for the Upper Extremities
555(184)
The Temporomandibular Joint
555(27)
Darlene Hertling
Review of Anatomy and Kinesiology
555(6)
Bones
555(1)
Joints
556(1)
Muscles
557(3)
Nerves and Blood Vessels
560(1)
Kinetics
560(1)
Examination and Evaluation
561(1)
Subjective Data
561(1)
Mobility Impairment Examination
561(1)
Pain Examination
561(1)
Special Tests and Other Assessments
562(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Physiologic Impairment
562(10)
Mobility Impairment
562(6)
Posture and Movement Impairments
568(4)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Diagnoses
572(3)
Capsulitis and Retrodiskitis
572(1)
Degenerative Joint Disease
573(1)
Derangement of the Disk
573(2)
Surgical Procedures
575(1)
Adjunctive Therapy
575(7)
The Cervical Spine
582(28)
Carol N. Kennedy
Review Of Anatomy And Kinesiology
582(5)
Craniovertebral Complex
582(2)
Midcervical Spine
584(1)
Vascular System
585(1)
Nerves
585(1)
Muscles
586(1)
Examination and Evaluation
587(1)
History and Clearing Tests
587(1)
Posture and Movement Examination
588(1)
Muscle Performance, Neurologic, and Special Tests
588(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions For Common Physiologic Impairments
588(17)
Impaired Muscle Performance
588(5)
Mobility Impairment
593(7)
Posture Impairment
600(5)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions For Common Diagnoses
605(5)
Disk Dysfunction
605(1)
Cervical Sprain and Strain
605(1)
Neural Entrapment
606(1)
Cervicogenic Headache
607(3)
The Thoracic Spine
610(33)
Rob Landel
Carrie Hall
Marilyn Moffat
Sandra Rusnak-Smith
Review of Anatomy
610(4)
Osteology/Arthrology/Myology
610(1)
Kinetics
611(3)
Anatomic Impairments
614(4)
Kyphosis
614(3)
Scoliosis
617(1)
Examination and Evaluation
618(2)
History
618(1)
Systems Review
618(1)
Tests and Measures
619(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Physiologic Impairments
620(13)
Impaired Muscle Performance
621(2)
Impaired Range of Motion and Muscle Length
623(6)
Impaired Posture and Motor Function
629(4)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Diagnoses
633(10)
Parkinson's Disease
633(2)
Scoliosis
635(2)
Kyphosis
637(1)
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
637(6)
The Shoulder Girdle
643(55)
Carrie Hall
Review of Anatomy and Kinesiology
643(6)
Sternoclavicular Joint
643(1)
Acromioclavicular Joint
644(1)
Scapulothoracic Joint
645(1)
Glenohumeral Joint
645(1)
Scapulohumeral Rhythm
646(1)
Myology
647(2)
Examination and Evaluation
649(4)
Patient/Client History
649(1)
Clearing Examination
650(1)
Motor Function (Motor Control and Motor Learning)
651(1)
Muscle Performance
651(1)
Pain
651(1)
Peripheral Nerve Integrity
652(1)
Posture
652(1)
Range of Motion, Muscle Length, Joint Mobility, and Joint Integrity
652(1)
Work (Job/School/Play), Community, and Leisure Integration or Reintegration (Including Instrumental Activities of Daily Living)
653(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions For Common Physiologic Impairments
653(20)
Pain
653(8)
Range of Motion and Joint Mobility Impairments
661(5)
Impaired Muscle Performance
666(6)
Posture and Movement Impairment
672(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions For Common Diagnoses
673(25)
Rotator Cuff Disorders
673(7)
Adhesive Capsulitis
680(5)
Adjunctive Interventions: Taping
685(1)
Scapular Corrections
686(1)
Prevention of Allergic Reaction
687(3)
Prevention of Skin Breakdown
690(8)
The Elbow, Forearm, Wrist, and Hand
698(41)
Lori Thein Brody
Anatomy
698(4)
Elbow and Forearm
698(2)
Wrist
700(2)
Hand
702(1)
Regional Neurology
702(3)
Kinesiology
705(3)
Elbow and Forearm
705(1)
Wrist
706(1)
Hand
706(2)
Examination and Evaluation
708(1)
History
708(1)
Observation and Clearing Tests
708(1)
Mobility Examination
708(1)
Muscle Performance Examination
709(1)
Pain and Inflammation Examination
709(1)
Other Tests
709(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Physiologic Impairments
709(6)
Impaired Mobility
709(2)
Impaired Muscle Performance
711(2)
Impaired Endurance
713(1)
Pain and Inflammation
714(1)
Posture and Movement Impairment
714(1)
Therapeutic Exercise Interventions for Common Diagnoses
715(24)
Cumulative Trauma Disorders
715(1)
Nerve Injuries
716(3)
Musculotendinous Disorders
719(4)
Bone and Joint Injuries
723(6)
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
729(3)
Stiff Hand and Restricted Motion
732(7)
UNIT 7 Case Studies
739(20)
Appendix 1 Red Flags: Recognizing Signs and Symptoms 759(5)
Appendix 2 Red Flags: Potentially Serious Symptoms and Signs in Exercising Patients 764(7)
Index 771


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