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Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries

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Edition:
2nd
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9780736051361

ISBN10:
0736051368
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2005
Publisher(s):
Human Kinetics
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Summary

Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Second Edition,formerly Therapeutic Exercise for Athletic Injuries,will give you a thorough understanding of the science and application involved in creating superior therapeutic exercise programs. Updated and invigorated, the expansive text offers the most comprehensive approach available to therapeutic exercise. It is a major professional resource and the only text students need on the subject.Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Second Edition,one of five texts in the Athletic Training Education Series, helps readers develop a deeper understanding of the why, what,and whenof therapeutic exercise techniques. It also presents the methodology for developing safe and effective therapeutic programs for the general population as well as individualized programs for specific audiences.Updates to the new edition include -the latest information on the regulations affecting the use of therapeutic exercise;-a new section on Pilates;-expanded coverage of isokinetics and PNF techniques;-improved assessment techniques for the sacroilium;-consideration of common conditions including facet impingement, spondylolisthesis, and glenoid labrum tear; and-development of lab activities within the text. This comprehensive book is organized into 22 chapters and four parts, with each part building on the information from previous parts. Part Ireviews important concepts related to rehabilitation. Part IIcovers therapeutic exercise parameters and techniques. Part IIIexamines general therapeutic applications, and Part IVexplores specific applications for therapeutic exercise.Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Second Edition,is packed with useful elements to help students with different learning styles absorb, review, integrate, and apply the content. Among those elements are chapter objectives, practical scenarios, key points, key terms, sidebars, review questions, lab activities, references, and hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Instructors will also find excellent supplemental materials, making planning and implementing the course easy, thus saving valuable time. These materials, including an instructor guide, test bank, and presentation package, are completely accessible online at www.HumanKinetics.com/TherapeuticExerciseforMusculoskeletalInjuries.Human Kinetics'Athletic Training Education Series contains five outstanding textbooks, each with its own supporting instructional resources. Featuring the work of respected athletic training authorities, the series was created to parallel and expound on the content areas within the accreditation standards of the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Athletic Training (JRC-AT). This text addresses the JRC-AT standards domains of therapeutic exercise, pathology of injury and illness, assessment and evaluation, and psychosocial intervention and referral.To learn more about the books in this series, visit the Athletic Training Education Series Web site at www.HumanKinetics.com/AthleticTrainingEducationSeries.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Acknowledgments xiv
Introduction to the Athletic Training Education Series xv
Credits xvii
Part I BASIC CONCEPTS
1(120)
Concepts of Rehabilitation
3(26)
The Rehabilitation Team
4(3)
Interacting With Team Members
7(2)
Qualities of Professionalism
9(4)
Components of a Rehabilitation Program
13(8)
Basic Components of Therapeutic Exercise
21(2)
Return-to-Competition Criteria
23(1)
Psychological Considerations
23(3)
Learning Aids
26(3)
Concepts of Healing
29(36)
Primary and Secondary Healing
37(1)
Healing Phases
37(7)
Growth Factors
44(2)
Healing of Specific Tissues
46(5)
Tensile Strength During Healing
51(1)
Factors That Affect Healing
52(6)
The Role of Therapeutic Exercise in Healing
58(2)
Learning Aids
60(5)
Concepts in Physics
65(22)
Force
66(1)
Newton's Laws of Motion
67(1)
Center of Gravity
68(2)
Stability and Fixation
70(2)
Body Levers
72(3)
Levers and Force
75(1)
Physiological Muscle Advantages
76(2)
Other Concepts in Physics
78(4)
Learning Aids
82(5)
Examination and Assessment
87(34)
Examination: Making a Profile
89(10)
Assessment: Planning for Action
99(3)
Keeping Rehabilitation Records
102(14)
Learning Aids
116(5)
Part II THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE PARAMETERS AND TECHNIQUES
121(202)
Range of Motion and Flexibility
123(30)
Defining Flexibility and Range of Motion
124(1)
Connective-Tissue Composition
124(1)
Effects of Immobilization on Connective Tissue
125(3)
Effects of Remobilization on Connective Tissue
128(1)
Mechanical Properties and Tissue Behavior in Range of Motion
128(4)
Neuromuscular Influences on Range of Motion
132(2)
Determining Normal Range of Motion
134(1)
Measuring Range of Motion
134(6)
Terminology in Goniometry
140(1)
Stretching Techniques
141(6)
Exercise Progression
147(1)
Special Considerations
148(1)
Learning Aids
149(4)
Manual Therapy Techniques
153(44)
Critical Analysis
155(1)
Massage
155(3)
Myofascial Release
158(7)
Myofascial Trigger Points
165(5)
Muscle Energy
170(3)
Joint Mobilization
173(10)
Neural Mobilization
183(10)
Learning Aids
193(4)
Muscle Strength and Endurance
197(62)
Muscle Structure and Function
199(6)
Neuromuscular Physiology
205(5)
Fast- and Slow-Twitch Fibers
210(1)
Muscle Strength, Power, and Endurance
211(3)
Force Production
214(3)
Types of Muscle Activity
217(2)
Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Activity
219(2)
Evaluating Muscle Strength
221(9)
Gradations of Muscle Activity
230(1)
Strength Equipment
231(11)
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
242(6)
Strengthening Principles
248(4)
Exercise Progression
252(2)
Learning Aids
254(5)
The ABCs of Proprioception
259(16)
Neurophysiology of Proprioception
261(2)
Central Nervous System Proprioceptor Sites
263(1)
Balance
264(2)
Coordination
266(2)
Agility
268(1)
Therapeutic Exercise for Proprioception
269(4)
Learning Aids
273(2)
Plyometrics
275(26)
Neuromuscular Principles
277(1)
Plyometric Force Production
278(1)
Plyometric Exercise Phases
279(1)
Preplyometric Considerations
280(1)
Plyometric Program Design
281(2)
Plyometric Program Considerations
283(2)
Precautions and Contraindications
285(1)
Equipment
285(3)
Lower-Extremity Plyometrics
288(8)
Upper-Extremity and Trunk Plyometrics
296(2)
Learning Aids
298(3)
Functional Exercise
301(22)
Definitions, Foundations, and Goals
303(1)
Contributions to Therapeutic Exercise
303(2)
Basic Functional Activities
305(1)
Advanced Functional Activities
306(1)
Advanced Functional Exercise Progression
306(2)
Precautions
308(1)
Functional Evaluation
309(1)
A Lower-Extremity Functional Progression
310(5)
An Upper-Extremity Functional Progression
315(4)
Returning the Patient to Full Participation
319(1)
Learning Aids
320(3)
Part III GENERAL THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE APPLICATIONS
323(146)
Posture and Body Mechanics
325(30)
Posture
326(11)
Muscle Imbalances
337(3)
Body Mechanics
340(5)
Body-Awareness Programs
345(6)
Learning Aids
351(4)
Ambulation and Ambulation Aids
355(36)
Normal Gait
356(19)
Pathological Gait
375(2)
Normal Running Gait
377(4)
Mechanics of Ambulation with Assistive Devices
381(6)
Learning Aids
387(4)
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise
391(34)
Physical Properties and Principles of Water
393(3)
Equipment
396(4)
Indications, Advantages, Precautions, and Contraindications
400(2)
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise Principles and Guidelines
402(2)
Deep-Water Exercise
404(1)
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercises
405(16)
Learning Aids
421(4)
Swiss Balls and Foam Rollers
425(32)
Swiss Balls
426(4)
Swiss-Ball Exercises
430(14)
Foam Rollers
444(1)
Foam-Roller Exercises
445(8)
Learning Aids
453(4)
Therapeutic Exercise for Tendinitis
457(12)
Terminology
458(1)
Tendon Structure
458(1)
Etiology
459(1)
Tendon Response
460(1)
General Treatment
461(1)
Specific Treatment
462(2)
Examples of Tendinitis Cases
464(2)
Learning Aids
466(3)
Part IV SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS
469(470)
Spine and Sacroiliac
477(78)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
479(1)
Rehabilitation Techniques
480(45)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
525(25)
Learning Aids
550(5)
Shoulder and Arm
555(90)
Mechanics of Overhead Sport Activities
557(7)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
564(4)
Rehabilitation Techniques
568(20)
Flexibility Exercises
588(11)
Strengthening Exercises
599(12)
Stabilization Exercises
611(8)
Plyometric Exercises
619(5)
Functional Activities
624(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
624(15)
Learning Aids
639(6)
Elbow and Forearm
645(42)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
646(3)
Rehabilitation Techniques
649(9)
Joint Mobilization
658(4)
Flexibility Exercises
662(5)
Strengthening Exercises
667(5)
Functional Activities
672(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
673(10)
Learning Aids
683(4)
Wrist and Hand
687(56)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
689(9)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
698(6)
Joint Mobilization
704(7)
Flexibility Exercises
711(4)
Strengthening Exercises
715(10)
Plyometric Exercises
725(1)
Functional Activities
725(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
726(12)
Learning Aids
738(5)
Foot, Ankle, and Leg
743(76)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
744(5)
Common Structural Deformities
749(4)
Orthotic Treatment for Foot Deformities
753(5)
Determining Proper Footwear for Patients
758(5)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
763(11)
Deep-Tissue Massage
774(1)
Joint Mobilization
774(5)
Flexibility Exercises
779(5)
Strengthening Exercises
784(5)
Proprioception Exercises
789(6)
Functional Exercises
795(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
795(18)
Learning Aids
813(6)
Knee and Thigh
819(72)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
821(9)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
830(8)
Joint Mobilization
838(4)
Flexibility Exercises
842(6)
Strengthening Exercises
848(10)
Proprioception Exercises
858(1)
Functional Exercises
859(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
860(24)
Learning Aids
884(7)
Hip
891(48)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
893(4)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
897(7)
Joint Mobilization
904(4)
Flexibility Exercises
908(8)
Strengthening Exercises
916(10)
Proprioception Exercises
926(1)
Functional Exercises
926(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
926(10)
Learning Aids
936(3)
Glossary 939(20)
Bibliography 959(16)
Index 975(30)
About the Author 1005


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