Occupational Therapy : Practice Skills for Physical Dysfunction

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-02-16
  • Publisher: Mosby

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Now the fifth edition of this trusted text is authored bytwo outstanding occupational therapy experts and 48 contributors who include educators, clinicians, and leaders in their profession. Occupational Therapy Skills for Physical Dysfunction 5

Table of Contents

History and Theory for the Treatment of Physical Dysfunction
Occupational performance and models for practice for physical dysfunction
History and practice trends in the treatment of physical dysfunction
Occupational Therapy Process and Practice
The occupational therapy process
Treatment contexts
Occupational therapy evaluation and assessment of physical dysfunction
Treatment planning
A model of evidence-based practice for occupational therapy
Occupational therapy for prevention of injury and physical dysfunction
Teaching activities in occupational therapy
Documentation Infection control and safety in the treatment environment
Occupational Performance and the Performance Areas: Evaluation and Intervention
Occupational performance
Activities of daily living Mobility
Functional Ambulation
Community Mobility Sexuality as an activity of daily living
Work evaluation and work hardening ADA: accommodating persons with disabilities Leisure activities
Evaluation and Intervention: the Performance Components
Functional motion assessment
Joint range of motion
Muscle strength
Motor control
Visual deficits
Sensation and sensory dysfunction
Evaluation and treatment of perceptual motor deficits
Evaluation and treatment of cognitive dysfunction
The social and psychological experience of having a disability
Pain management
Occupational Therapy Interventions
The Biomechanical Approach
Therapeutic occupations and therapeutic modalities
Orthotics Hand splinting
Mobile arm supports and suspension arm devices
The Sensorimotor Approaches
The traditional sensorimotor approaches to treatment: an overview
The Rood approach: A reconstruction Movement therapy: the Brunnstrom approach to the treatment of hemiplegia
The proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) approach
Neurodevelopmental treatment: the Bobath approach
Treatment Applications
Cerebral vascular accident
Traumatic brain injury
Degenerative diseases of the central nervous system
Dysphagia Spinal cord injury
Neurogenic and myopathic dysfunction
Arthritis Hand and upper extremity injuries
Hip fractures and lower extremity joint replacement
Low back pain
Burns and burn rehabilitation
Amputations and prosthetics
Body controlled prostheses
Electric controlled prostheses
Lower extremity amputations
Cardiac and pulmonary diseases
Oncology Special needs of the older adult HIV infection and AIDS
Appendix Sample case studies
Sample treatment plan form with permission for reproduction for classroom use
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