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Therapeutic Exercises : Foundations and Techniques,9780803600386

Therapeutic Exercises : Foundations and Techniques

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Edition:
3rd
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9780803600386

ISBN10:
0803600380
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/1/1996
Publisher(s):
F a Davis Co
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Summary

Ohio State University, Columbus. For physical therapy students and practitioners. Previous edition 1990. Textbook/reference on the theory and application of therapeutic exercise in outline format. Spiral binding. 3 U.S. contributors.

Table of Contents

PART I General Concepts and Techniques 1(234)
Chapter 1 Introduction to Therapeutic Exercise
3(21)
I. Approach to Patient Evaluation and Program Development
4(9)
II. Goals of Therapeutic Exercise
13(8)
III. Summary
21(3)
Chapter 2 Range of Motion
24(32)
I. Definitions of Range of Motion Exercises
25(1)
II. Indications and Goals for Range of Motion
25(1)
III. Limitations of Range of Motion
26(1)
IV. Precautions and Contraindications to Range of Motion
27(1)
V. Procedures for Applying Range of Motion Techniques
27(1)
VI. Techniques for Joint and Muscle ROM Using Anatomic Planes of Motion
28(14)
VII. Techniques for ROM Using Combined Patterns of Motion
42(1)
VIII. Techniques of ROM Using Self-Assistance and Mechanical Assistance
43(9)
IX. Continuous Passive Motion
52(2)
X. Range of Motion Through Functional Patterns
54(1)
XI. Summary
54(2)
Chapter 3 Resistance Exercise
56(55)
I. Definition of Resistance Exercise
57(1)
II. Goals and Indications of Resistance Exercise
57(2)
III. Precautions for and Contraindications to Resistance Exercise
59(6)
IV. Types of Resistance Exercise
65(7)
V. Manual Resistance Exercise
72(3)
VI. Techniques of Manual Resistance Exercise
75(8)
VII. Mechanical Resistance Exercise
83(6)
VIII. Specific Exercise Regimens
89(5)
IX. Use of Equipment With Resistance Exercise
94(13)
X. Summary
107(4)
Chapter 4 Principles of Aerobic Exercise
111(32)
CAROLYN N. BURNETT, MS, PT
TERRI M. GLENN, PhD, PT
I. Key Terms
112(3)
II. Energy Systems, Energy Expenditure, and Efficiency
115(3)
III. Physiologic Response to Aerobic Exercise
118(2)
IV. Testing as a Basis for Exercise Programs
120(3)
V. Determinants of an Exercise Program
123(3)
VI. The Exercise Program
126(3)
VII. Physiologic Changes That Occur With Training
129(2)
VIII. Application of Principles of an Aerobic Conditioning Program for the Patient With Coronary Disease
131(3)
IX. General Clinical Applications of Aerobic Training
134(3)
X. Age Differences
137(4)
XI. Summary
141(2)
Chapter 5 Stretching
143(40)
I. Definition of Terms Related to Stretching
144(2)
II. Properties of Soft Tissue That Affect Elongation
146(9)
III. Therapeutic Methods to Elongate Soft Tissues
155(6)
IV. Indications and Goals of Stretching
161(1)
V. Procedures for Applying Passive Stretching
161(2)
VI. Inhibition and Relaxation
163(3)
VII. Precautions and Contraindications
166(1)
VIII. Techniques of Stretching Using Anatomic Planes of Motion
167(13)
IX. Summary
180(3)
Chapter 6 Peripheral Joint Mobilization
183(52)
I. Definitions of Joint Mobilization
184(1)
II. Basic Concepts of Joint Motion: Arthrokinematics
185(5)
III. Indications for Joint Mobilization
190(1)
IV. Limitations of Joint Mobilization Techniques
191(1)
V. Contraindications and Precautions
191(2)
VI. Procedures for Applying Joint Mobilization Techniques
193(6)
VII. Peripheral Joint Mobilization Techniques
199(33)
VIII. Summary
232(3)
PART II Application of Therapeutic Exercise Techniques to Regions of the Body 235(358)
Chapter 7 Principles of Treating Soft Tissue, Bony, and Postsurgical Problems
237(36)
I. Soft Tissue Lesions
238(2)
II. Stages of Inflammation and Repair: General Descriptions
240(3)
III. The Acute Stage: General Treatment Guidelines
243(4)
IV. The Subacute Stage: General Treatment Guidelines
247(3)
V. The Chronic Stage: General Treatment Guidelines
250(3)
VI. Chronic Recurring Pain--Chronic Inflammation--General Treatment Guidelines
253(4)
VII. Rheumatoid Arthritis: General Treatment Guidelines
257(2)
VIII. Osteoarthritis: General Treatment Guidelines
259(2)
IX. Fractures: General Treatment Guidelines
261(1)
X. Surgery
262(8)
XI. Summary
270(3)
Chapter 8 The Shoulder and Shoulder Girdle
273(59)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Shoulder and Shoulder Girdle
274(4)
II. Joint Problems: Nonoperative Management
278(9)
III. Glenohumeral Joint Surgery and Postoperative Management
287(4)
IV. Painful Shoulder Syndromes: Repetitive Trauma (Overuse) Syndromes, Impingement Syndromes, Shoulder Instabilities, and Rotator Cuff Tears
291(9)
V. Shoulder Dislocations
300(6)
VI. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
306(1)
VII. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
307(2)
VIII. Exercise Techniques for Management of Acute and Early Subacute Soft Tissue Lesions
309(4)
IX. Exercise Techniques for Management of Muscle Strength and Flexibility Imbalances in Subacute and Chronic Shoulder Problems
313(15)
X. Summary
328(4)
Chapter 9 The Elbow and Forearm Complex
332(20)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Elbow and Forearm
333(3)
II. Joint Problems: Nonoperative Management
336(3)
III. Joint Surgery and Postoperative Management
339(3)
IV. Myositis Ossificans
342(1)
V. Overuse Syndromes, Repetitive Trauma Syndromes
343(4)
VI. Exercises for Muscle Strength and Flexibility Imbalances
347(3)
VII. Summary
350(2)
Chapter 10 The Wrist and Hand
352(34)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Wrist and Hand
353(5)
II. Joint Problems: Nonoperative Management
358(5)
III. Joint Surgery and Postoperative Management
363(9)
IV. Repetitive Trauma Syndromes/Overuse Syndromes
372(2)
V. Traumatic Lesions in the Hand
374(6)
VI. Exercises for Muscle Strength or Flexibility Imbalance
380(4)
VII. Summary
384(2)
Chapter 11 The Hip
386(31)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Hip
387(5)
II. Joint Problems: Nonoperative Management
392(2)
III. Joint Surgery and Postoperative Management
394(5)
IV. Fractures of the Proximal Femur and Postoperative Management
399(2)
V. Overuse Syndromes/Repetitive Trauma Syndromes: Nonoperative Management
401(2)
VI. Exercises for Muscle Strength or Flexibility Imbalance
403(12)
VII. Summary
415(2)
Chapter 12 The Knee
417(52)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Knee
417(4)
II. Joint Problems and Capsular Restrictions: Nonoperative Management
421(4)
III. Joint Surgery and Postoperative Management
425(6)
IV. Patellofemoral Dysfunction: Nonoperative Management
431(5)
V. Patellofemoral and Extensor Mechanism Surgery and Postoperative Management
436(5)
VI. Sprains and Minor Ligamentous Tears
441(7)
VII. Meniscal Tears
448(5)
VIII. Exercises for Muscle Strength and Flexibility Imbalances
453(12)
IX. Summary
465(4)
Chapter 13 The Ankle and Foot
469(27)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Ankle and Foot
470(6)
II. Joint Problems: Nonoperative Management
476(2)
III. Joint Surgery and Postoperative Management
478(4)
IV. Overuse Syndromes/Repetitive Trauma Syndromes
482(2)
V. Traumatic Soft Tissue Injuries
484(4)
VI. Exercises for Muscle Strength and Flexibility Imbalances
488(6)
VII. Summary
494(2)
Chapter 14 The Spine: Acute Problems
496(35)
I. Review of the Structure and Function of the Spine
497(7)
II. General Guidelines for Treating Acute Symptoms
504(2)
III. Intervertebral Disk and Flexion Load Lesions
506(11)
IV. Facet Joint Lesions in the Spine
517(4)
V. Muscle and Soft Tissue Lesions: Strains, Tears, and Contusions From Trauma or Overuse
521(4)
VI. Selected Conditions
525(3)
VII. Summary
528(3)
Chapter 15 The Spine: Subacute, Chronic, and Postural Problems
531(44)
I. The Dynamics of Posture
532(2)
II. Characteristics and Problems of Common Faulty Postures
534(8)
III. Procedures to Relieve Pain From Stress and Muscle Tension
542(3)
IV. Procedures to Increase the Range of Motion of Specific Structures
545(6)
V. Procedures to Train and Strengthen Muscle Function and to Develop Endurance for Postural Control (Stabilization Exercises)
551(17)
VI. Procedures to Retrain Kinesthetic and Proprioceptive Awareness for Posture Correction
568(3)
VII. Procedures to Teach Management of Posture to Avoid Recurrences of the Problem
571(2)
VIII. Summary
573(2)
Chapter 16 The Spine: Traction Procedures
575(18)
I. Effects of Spinal Traction
576(2)
II. Definitions and Descriptions of Traction
578(1)
III. Indications for Spinal Traction
579(2)
IV. Limitations, Contraindications, and Precautions
581(1)
V. General Procedures
582(1)
VI. Cervical Traction Techniques
583(4)
VII. Lumbar Traction Techniques
587(3)
VIII. Summary
590(3)
PART III Special Areas of Therapeutic Exercise 593(134)
Chapter 17 Principles of Exercise for the Obstetric Patient
595(34)
CATHY J. KONKLER, BS, PT
CAROLYN KISNER, MS, PT
I. Overview of Pregnancy, Labor, and Delivery
596(2)
II. Anatomic and Physiologic Changes of Pregnancy
598(4)
III. Pregnancy-Induced Pathology
602(4)
IV. Effects of Aerobic Exercise During Pregnancy
606(2)
V. Exercise During Pregnancy and Postpartum
608(13)
VI. Cesarean Childbirth
621(2)
VII. High-Risk Pregnancy
623(4)
VIII. Summary
627(2)
Chapter 18 Management of Vascular Disorders of the Extremittes
629(20)
I. Arterial Disorders
630(6)
II. Venous Disorders
636(4)
III. Lymphatic Disorders
640(1)
IV. Mastectomy
641(6)
V. Summary
647(2)
Chapter 19 Chest Physical Therapy
649(40)
I. Review of Respiratory Structure and Function
650(7)
II. Evaluation in Chest Physical Therapy
657(7)
III. Breathing Exercises
664(8)
IV. Exercises to Mobilize the Chest
672(3)
V. Coughing
675(4)
VI. Postural Drainage
679(8)
VII. Summary
687(2)
Chapter 20 Management of Obstructive and Restrictive Pulmonary Conditions
689(22)
I. Overview of Obstructive Lung Disease
690(1)
II. Specific Obstructive Pulmonary Conditions
691(8)
III. Overview of Restrictive Lung Disorders
699(1)
IV. Specific Restrictive Pulmonary Conditions
700(9)
V. Summary
709(2)
Chapter 21 Critical Analysis of Exercise Programs
711(16)
I. Designing an Exercise Program: Why Exercise?
712(1)
II. Establishing a Baseline by Which Improvement Can Be Measured
712(6)
III. Establishing Realistic Goals
718(8)
IV. Summary
726(1)
Glossary 727(12)
Index 739


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