pe pagina
  • 124.00 lei

     

    Description:

    From Birth to Five Years, based on the pioneering work of Mary Sheridan, is widely regarded as the go-to reference for health, education and social care professionals, or anyone concerned with the developmental progress of pre-school children. In this new fourth edition, the text has been developed to further align it with current child development philosophies and practices, and to support the wider group of professionals that are now required to take steps for promoting children’s development as part of their assessment and management plans. This book aims to improve the clinical management of children with developmental disorders, through providing the full range of developmental attainments, methods of observation, and advice about when to seek help. Features of this completely revised edition include: For students and tutors – information on theoretical aspects of development, with further reading suggestions and references including the most recent international studies in the field A new section on the development of attention and self-regulation Contemporary case studies with guidance on when to raise concerns for students and teachers Discussion points to stimulate class debate To complement this book, a new companion volume, From Birth to Five Years: Practical Developmental Examination, offers a step-by-step ‘how to’ guide, including guidance on enquiry and observation, how to chart typical and atypical patterns, and ‘red flags’ for recognising significant delay or abnormality. To consolidate and expand on the practical and theoretical information across both books, a new companion website is available at www.routledge.com/cw/sharma, which includes the following additional learning material: An interactive timeline of the key developmental domains Introductions to theory with links to further reading Research summaries Video clips demonstrating practical assessment skills

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Introduction

    SECTION 1 Illustrated charts of children’s developmental progress

    SECTION 2 Domains of developmental progress

    Children’s developmental progress

    Motor development

    Fine motor, perceptual and non-verbal cognitive development

    Speech, language and communication

    Social behaviour and play

    Early literacy development

    Self-regulation of emotions and attention

    Attachment, temperament and the development of self

    Vision and hearing

     

  • 145.00 lei

     The second edition of the Neurological Physiotherapy Pocketbook is the only book for physiotherapists that provides essential evidence-based information in a unique and easy-to-use format for the current evidence in clinical settings.

    Written by new international editors and contributors, this pocketbook provides quick and easy access to essential clinical information.

     Key feature:

    Pocketbook size for when out on clinical placement or working in clinical practice

    Revised and brand new chapters on neurological rehabilitation and essential components

    Concentrates on the six most common conditions, including stroke, traumatic brain and spinal cord injury

    Use of case studies to illustrate specifics of assessment, management and recommended measurement tools

    Together with the textbook Physical Management for Neurological Conditions 4E, it presents all essential components and conditions for undergraduates and therapists working in neurological clinical practice.

     

    Pocketbook size for when out on clinical placement or working in clinical practice

    Revised and brand new chapters on neurological rehabilitation and essential components

    Concentrates on the six most common conditions, including stroke, traumatic brain and spinal cord injury

    Use of case studies to illustrate specifics of assessment, management and recommended measurement tools

    - Expands guiding principles of neurological rehabilitation

    - Contains completely revised chapters on essential components

    - Concentrates on six most common conditions (stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and Guillain Barré Syndrome)

  • 205.00 lei

     

    Functional training develops the attributes and abilities required to perform tasks, skills and activities useful and relevant to daily life. Functional Exercise and Rehabilitation serves as an accessible and visual guide providing the essentials of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation, including mobilization, stabilization and myofascial release.

    This book begins by explaining functional training and the foundation of the STRIVE approach. Chapter 2 introduces functional anatomy and Chapter 3 explains the fundamentals of neuroscience. The final chapters discuss the STRIVE principles and apply them to exercise, program design and injury recovery. Each chapter includes key point boxes, illustrations and photos of exercises discussed.

    Written by an exercise specialist and osteopath, this practical guide is presented in an easy-to-read style. Functional Exercise and Rehabilitation is essential reading for all health professionals, sports therapists and trainers involved in exercise prescription.

    Table of Contents:

    Introduction: STRIVE Movement: Functional Training and Rehabilitation;  1. Introduction to Function;  2. Functional Anatomy;  3. Functional Neurology;  4. STRIVE Principles;  5. Functional Exercise Design;  6. Functional Program Design;  7. Functional Rehabilitation;  In Conclusion;  Index

     

  • 220.00 lei

     

    Description:

     

    Sensory motor activities are crucial for children to learn from their environment. Bridging the gap between theory and practice, this revised edition is a complete package of tried-and-tested sensory motor activities for children, covering basic movements, interoception, sensory and body awareness and early visual perceptual skills. Providing an overview of the sensory systems, the authors offer practical strategies for parents/carers and practitioners to link knowledge to practice when communicating and engaging with a child. The authors present both familiar and novel activity ideas, explaining how they provide sensory stimulation to the relevant sensory systems and may help to support the child’s development, sensory processing and regulation levels. New material includes: greater emphasis on understanding the sensory systems and how they link to the activities a brand new chapter on interoception revised recording methods, including Goal Attainment Scaling as an outcome tool an expanded list of activities. Sensory Motor Activities for Early Development, 2nd edition is an essential text for all parents/carers and practitioners who use sensory motor activities in a playful way to help the development of children with a range of needs. It will be valuable reading for those working with children who do not initiate movement, who require help with their movement, who need to refine their movement, who need encouragement or motivation to engage in purposeful movements, or those who need activities to provide sensory stimulation.

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Introduction

    1 Working with the child, parents/carers and practitioners

    2 Introducing the sensory systems and interoception

    3 Stimulating sensory and body awareness

    4 Encouraging basic movement

    5 Promoting hand skills

    6 Enhancing spatial and early visual perceptual skills

    7 Working in groups

    8 Using creative activities

    References

    Bibliography

    Appendix A Selection of assessments

    Appendix B Sensory cooking, making a pizza (booklet)

    Appendix C Ideas for toys, games and suppliers

    Appendix D Apps, websites and online safety advice

    Index

     

  • 26000lei 220.00 lei

    The third edition of this convenient pocket guide presents a comprehensive collection of clinical tests for all the major musculoskeletal structures. New tests have been added and existing tests fully revised to include the most practical, relevant, and up-to-date information for the effective evaluation of the musculoskeletal system.

    The book is organized by body region, with chapters devoted to the spine; shoulder; elbow; wrist, hand, and fingers; hip; knee; and foot and ankle. Each of these chapters opens with a figure depicting range of motion and an algorithm that provides a quick overview of symptoms, tests, imaging, and diagnosis. Additional chapters on posture deficiencies, venous thrombosis, occlusive arterial disease and neurovascular compression syndromes, and disturbances of the central nervous system complete the book.

    For each clinical test, readers will find a step-by-step description of the procedure, followed by a concise discussion of assessment and possible diagnoses for that test.

    Special Features:

    • Succinct descriptions of initial tests, functional tests, stress tests, and stability tests
    • More than 600 precise line drawings augment the text and reinforce key concepts
    • Helpful tips and guidance for the clinical examination, from taking patient history to selecting the appropriate tests and further course of action
    • Extensive bibliography of recommended literature for additional reading
    The third edition of Clinical Tests for the Musculoskeletal System is an essential tool for the physical examination and diagnosis of functional impairments of musculoskeletal structures. This user-friendly handbook is ideal for orthopaedists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, physical therapists, osteopathic physicians, and residents in these specialties.

  • 220.00 lei

     

    Description:

    The Oxford Handbook of Rehabilitation Medicine is designed to provide concise information on rehabilitation aspects of long-term medical conditions affecting adults. The book has two sections, one on clinical symptom-specific approaches and another on condition-specific approaches. The clinical approach section outlines the management of common symptoms encountered in rehabilitation settings. The section on specific conditions provides information that will enable the reader to put the symptoms in context with the condition and provide direct management in a comprehensive and holistic manner. As the practice in rehabilitation goes beyond dealing with condition specific symptoms and is more focused on problem solving, the handbook provides a solid grounding in managing common practical problems in functions such as mobility, cognition, sex, relationships and work productivity. The conditions covered include neurological, musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiac, pulmonary, cancer, vascular, trauma and burns. The latest advances from the field of orthotics, prosthesis, wheelchairs, technical aids and rehabilitation technology are included. The content and layout within each chapter and handbook as a whole attempt to capture all the aspects of WHO ICF biopsychosocial model for health conditions. This Handbook, although aimed at medical doctors in the specialist area of Rehabilitation Medicine (also known as Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in some countries), will prove useful to other members of the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurses, psychologists, speech and language therapists, dieticians, support workers and any other allied healthcare professionals working in rehabilitation of chronic conditions. The Handbook will also appeal to doctors in the related specialties like Neurology, Orthopaedics and Trauma, Palliative Medicine, Geriatrics, Pain Medicine and Sports and Exercise Medicine.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Section 1 Common clinical approaches

    1 Concepts of rehabilitation

    2 Epidemiology

    3 Rehabilitation team

    4 Organization of services

    5 History and examination

    6 Rehabilitation assessment and evaluation

    7 Cognition and behaviour

    8 Communication

    9 Swallowing

    10 Spasticity and contractures

    11 Chronic pain

    12 Neurogenic bladder and bowel

    13 Sexual function

    14 Skin problems

    15 Injections in rehabilitation medicine

    16 Cardiac rehabilitation

    17 Respiratory issues in rehabilitation

    18 Mobility and gait

    19 Family and relationships

    20 Vocational rehabilitation

    21 Orthotics

    22 Wheelchairs and seating

    23 Technical aids and assistive technology

    24 Personal factors in rehabilitation

    25 Rehabilitation in critical illness

    Section 2 Condition-specific approaches

    26 Traumatic brain injury

    27 Spinal cord injury

    28 Stroke

    29 Multiple sclerosis

    30 Cerebral palsy

    31 Neurodegenerative conditions

    32 Prolonged disorders of consciousness

    33 Disorders of the peripheral nerves

    34 Muscle disorders

    35 Common musculoskeletal conditions

    36 Musculoskeletal problems of upper and lower limbs

    37 Spinal problems

    38 Cancer rehabilitation

    39 Geriatric rehabilitation

    40 Burns rehabilitation

    41 Amputee rehabilitation

    Index

     

  • 24500lei 220.00 lei

     This volume provides integral knowledge of all aspects of stroke care and rehabilitation after stroke, and is therefore highly relevant for nurses who work in rehabilitation centers. It  outlines the several phases after stroke, for example the type of care patients may receive in the chronically phase at home. Nurses will obtain knowledge about treatment, importance of observation and caring with a special focus on communication problems, swallowing problems, activities of daily living, urinary and defecation problems, shoulder and hand issues.

    Thanks to photographs, nurses will learn to transfer patients in the adequate positions. Several chapters provide nurses with examples of effective and efficient collaboration with multidisciplinary professionals, informal caregivers and patients themselves. There is also an emphasis on behavior and cognitive functioning. And lastly, in the final chapters authors highlight the organization of rehabilitation and integrated care issues.

    Nurses play a very important role in rehabilitation, education, counseling, prevention, and caring for patients with cerebrovascular accident (CVA). In caring for stroke patients, nurses need specific competences and abilities that go beyond the general neurologic knowledge and experience. Nurses need to collaborate in an efficient and effective manner with multidisciplinary team members in their organization and  across organizations. This book discusses medical aspects and specific symptoms of a stroke, as well as the limitations that patients experience, and which interventions are indicated for recovery.

  • 240.00 lei

    Description:

     

    Following the success of the previous three editions, Physical Management for Neurological Conditions 4th edition remains the most up-to-date evidence-based textbook for undergraduate students and qualified health professionals.

    Written by an international team of clinicians and researchers, it is applicable to a number of healthcare systems, with a special focus on physiotherapy. New chapters have been added to cover both common and rare conditions, such as hereditary disorders, functional motor disorders, and neuromuscular diseases.

    Together with the Pocketbook of Neurological Physiotherapy, it covers all essential components and conditions.

     

    Features:

    • Comprehensive and handy reference on physical management and movement limitations, suitable to any health care context and environment
    • Use of eclectic approach which focuses on selecting the appropriate evidence-based tools to assess and treat neurological conditions without subscribing to any specific treatment approaches
    • International case studies are presented to provide worldwide scientific evidence

    New To This Edition:

    • Fully revised by international contributors with the inclusion of 8 new chapters covering:
      • Common impairments
      • Inherited neurological disorders
      • Complex case management
      • Virtual reality and interactive gaming technologies

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Guiding principles of neurorehabilitation

    2. Common impairments and the impact on activity

    3. Observation and analysis of movement

    4. Measurement tools

    5. Goal setting in stroke rehabilitation

    6. Respiratory management

    7. Stroke

    8. Traumatic brain injury

    9. Spinal cord injury

    10. Multiple sclerosis

    11. Parkinson's

    12. Inherited neurological conditions (HD, SCA, HSP)

    13. Motor neuron disease

    14. Polyneuropathies

    15. Muscle disease

    16. Functional motor disorders

    17. Self-management

    18. Virtual rehabilitation: Virtual reality and interactive gaming technologies in neurorehabilitation

    19. Falls and their management

    20. Physical activity and exercise

    21. Vestibular rehabilitation

    22. Pain management

    23. Clinical neuropsychology in rehabilitation

    24. Complex case management

       

    Bottom of Form

     

  • The Big Back Book: Tips & Tricks for Therapists
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    240.00 lei

    ...jam-packed with...information and illustrations....a practical, compact, and handy guide to assessing and treating clients who have any number of complaints pertaining to their neck, back and spine and providing aftercare instructions. -- BIZ INDIA

    For any therapist who has been challenged by a client complaining of pain or stiffness in the neck or back, The Big Back Book: Tips & Tricks for Therapists is packed with ideas and suggestions for the assessment, treatment, and aftercare of the spine. The author shares tips gathered from many years of experience as a physical therapist and massage therapist, providing step-by-step guidance on everything from testing range of motion and documenting findings, to locating specific muscles and vertebrae, to identifying the source of pain and managing posture and muscle tone issues. With a clear and conversational writing style and easy-to-follow organization of chapters, this book allows readers to gain valuable insights and immediately apply techniques into practice.

    Highlights:

    • Organizes material by sections on cervical spine, thoracic spine, and lumbar spine with each section following a consistent format to aid in quick reference of needed information
    • Presents commonly asked questions, answered by the author, throughout the text
    • Offers helpful hints for encouraging client self-care
    • Includes useful tables, forms, checklists, and questionnaires to optimize treatment outcomes
    • Clarifies methods and concepts with more than 900 simple line drawings

    The wealth of practical advice and information contained within makes The Big Back Book: Tips & Tricks for Therapists a must-have volume for massage therapists, physical therapists, and osteopaths with clients seeking relief from neck and back pain. Practitioners and students alike will enhance their knowledge and expand their repertoire of assessment and treatment techniques.

  • 32500lei 270.00 lei

    Description:


    Offering a strong focus on investigative methods and action strategies for diagnosis of musculoskeletal issues, Clinical Diagnosis in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: Case by Case is a must-have resource for quick reference during daily rounds, as well as a handy study and review tool for oral boards. This portable reference covers what approaches to take when a patient presents with specific musculoskeletal issues (including differential diagnoses possibilities), what tests are appropriate to order, how to determine the relevance of results, and what treatment options to consider. Practical and easy to use, it helps you apply foundational knowledge to everyday clinical situations.

     

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Chapter 1 Neck pain

    Chapter 2 Back pain

    Chapter 3 Shoulder pain

    Chapter 4 Knee pain

    Chapter 5 Hand and Wrist pain

    Chapter 6 Hip pain

    Chapter 7 Elbow pain

    Chapter 8 Foot and ankle pain

    Chapter 9 Fibromyalgia

    Chapter 10 Upper Extremity Swelling

    Chapter 11 Tingling and Numbness

    Chapter 12  A Patient With Gait Difficulty

    Index

     

     

     

     


  • Braddom's Rehabilitation Care: A Clinical Handbook
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    31000lei 280.00 lei

    Description:

    Concise and portable, Braddom’s Clinical Handbook of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, by Drs. David X. Cifu and Henry L. Lew, gives you dependable, up-to-date content in a handbook format ideally suited for use at the bedside or in outpatient clinics. This quick reference covers the everyday topics you need - assistive devices and orthoses, spasticity, pediatric, adult, and geriatric care, pain management, outcome measures, and much more - all derived from the most trusted name in the field of PM&R.

    Features:

    • Reader-friendly format with succinct, templated chapters for ease of use.
    • Authoritative content derived from the #1 comprehensive reference in the field: Braddom’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
    • An ideal resource for the entire rehabilitation team as a quick reference or study guide.
    • Highlights key concepts spanning the full spectrum of rehabilitation medicine to help optimize outcomes for patients with a range of chronic diseases, impairments, and disabilities.
    • Online videos provide guidance on essential techniques including Muscle Energy Technique; Paraffin Bath; Monophasic Arterial Doppler Waveform; Feeding Training with Putty; Lachman Test; and Carbidopa- and Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia.
    • Includes eSlides complied by internationally renowned experts to summarize key teaching points and clinical pearls.
    • Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    Table Of Contents:

    SECTION 1 Evaluation

    1. The Physiatric History and Physical Examination

    2. History and Examination of the Pediatric Patient

    3. Adult Neurogenic Communication and Swallowing Disorders

    4. Psychological Assessment and Intervention in Rehabilitation

    5. Practical Aspects Of Impairment Rating And Disability Determination

    6. Employment of People with Disabilities

    7. Quality and Outcome Measures for Medical Rehabilitation

    8. Electrodiagnostic Medicine

    SECTION 2 Treatment Techniques and Special Equipment

    9. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Restoration in Upper Limb Amputation

    10. Lower Limb Amputation and Gait

    11. Upper Limb Orthoses

    12. Lower Limb Orthoses

    13. Spinal Orthoses

    14. Wheelchairs and Seating Systems

    15. Therapeutic Exercise

    16. Manipulation, Traction, and Massage

    17. Physical Agent Modalities

    18. Integrative Medicine in Rehabilitation

    19. Computer Assistive Devices and Environmental Controls

    SECTION 3 Common Clinical Problems

    20. Bladder Dysfunction

    21. Neurogenic Bowel: Dysfunction and Rehabilitation

    22. Sexual Dysfunction and Disability

    23. Spasticity

    24. Chronic Wounds

    25. Vascular Diseases

    26. Burns

    27. Acute Medical Conditions

    28. Chronic Medical Conditions: Pulmonary Disease, Organ Transplantation, and Diabetes

    29. Cancer Rehabilitation

    30. The Geriatric Patient

    31. Rheumatologic Rehabilitation

    SECTION 4 Issues in Specific Diagnoses

    32. Common Neck Problems

    33. Low Back Pain

    34. Osteoporosis

    35. Upper Limb Pain and Dysfunction

    36. Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Lower Limb

    37. Chronic Pain

    38. Pelvic Floor Disorders

    39. Sports Medicine and Adaptive Sports

    40. Motor Neuron Diseases

    41. Rehabilitation of Patients with Neuropathies

    42. Myopathy

    43. Traumatic Brain Injury

    44. Stroke Syndromes

    45. Degenerative Movement Disorders of the Central Nervous System

    46. Multiple Sclerosis

    47. Cerebral Palsy

    48. Myelomeningocele and Other Spinal Dysraphisms

    49. Spinal Cord Injury

    50. Auditory, Vestibular, and Visual Impairments

  • Handbook of Pediatric Physical Therapy
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    31600lei 300.00 lei

    This updated reference provides a contemporary perspective on pediatric Physical Therapy in a convenient outline format ideal for daily consultation. Consistent with APTA's "Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, 3.0," Handbook of Pediatric Physical Therapy , 3rd Edition helps both students and professionals quickly locate essential information necessary to effectively assess, diagnose, and plan interventions. This edition reflects the latest advances in the field as it presents each condition's etiology, assessment considerations, treatment, and all other information related to contemporary pediatric physical therapy practice. UPDATED! The latest information on growth and development, pediatric disorders, measurement, interventions, assistive technology, and administrative issues is presented in an outline format that allows readers to answer clinical questions quickly. NEW! Additional coverage on orthopedics, wellness, and autism spectrum disorder brings the book thoroughly up-to-date. NEW! Up-to-date material has been added on the latest interventions, including strategies that are implemented in the NICU. NEW! Use of current language and perspectives used across service systems and the field's latest assessments prepares readers to meet the need of clients in today's pediatric practice. NEW! Information from up-to-date fact sheets produced by the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy outline current best practices. UPDATED! A focus on a comprehensive, holistic intervention approach that leads to functional outcomes and active participation of the child is supplemented by coverage of today's available protocols. NEW! Coverage of standardized tests now appears in a separate Measurement Instrument Section at the end of Chapter 3. eBook available for purchase. Fast, smart, and convenient, today's eBooks can transform learning. These interactive, fully searchable tools offer 24/7 access on multiple devices, the ability to highlight and share notes, and more.

    ·  1. Growth and Development

    ·  Biomechanical Influences on Development

    ·  Motor Development

    ·  Development of Ambulation

    ·  Development of Postural Control

    ·  Development of Adaptive Skills

    ·  Cognitive Development

    ·  Speech and Language Development

    ·  Development of vision

    ·  Play

    ·  Psychosocial and Emotional Development

    ·  Physical Growth

    ·  2. Pediatric Conditions

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Disruptions to the Typical Process of Development

    ·  Genetic Disorders

    ·  Prematurity

    ·  Disorders of Growth

    ·  Infections


  • 32000lei 300.00 lei


    Description:

    The fifth edition of this seminal textbook continues to provide those who are studying or are in practice with comprehensive evidence-based coverage of all the main aspects of respiratory and cardiac physiotherapy throughout the whole lifespan – neonates, infants, children, adolescents and adults – with the patient at centre and advocating a problem-based approach.

    For the new edition, Jennifer Pryor and Ammani Prasad hand the baton of editorship and their lasting legacy over to Eleanor Main and Linda Denehy. With a team of over 60 international expert authors, the new editors have incorporated major changes reflecting current cardiorespiratory physiotherapy education and practice. These changes are heralded by a new title – Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy: Adults and Paediatrics (formerly Physiotherapy for Respiratory and Cardiac Problems: Adults and Paediatrics) – and a significant restructure of the content with a new set of chapters.

    A new key chapter on anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system lays the foundation which is then followed by a chapter on clinical assessment of adults, infants and children, and acutely ill or deteriorating patients. Additional new content includes a chapter on outcome measurement in practice and a large chapter describing rehabilitation in acute and chronic conditions in special populations including spinal cord injury, oncology, trauma and paediatrics. The chapter on therapeutic interventions is comprehensive and reflective of evidence based practice.

    Features:

    • Integrates evidence with clinical practice
    • Case studies used to facilitate problem solving
    • Boxes throughout highlighting key issues and points
    • Emphasizes the need for a holistic approach to patient care
    • Bank of 350 images on Evolve Resources. Log on to https://evolve.elsevier.com/Main/cardiorespiratory and register to access.

    New To This Edition:

    • Newly appointed editors – Eleanor Main (UK) and Linda Denehy (Australia)
    • Content restructure and overhaul with contributions from over 60 world leading experts
    • Chapters on:
      • Anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system
      • Clinical assessment of the adult, infant/child and the acutely ill/deteriorating patient
      • Outcome measurement in practice
      • Therapeutic interventions
      • Managing special populations
    • Over 180 new figures including additional full-colour photographs

    Table Of Contents:

    Foreword
    About The Editors
    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    Contributors

    1 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
    Mandy Jones, Alex Harvey, Eleanor Main

    2 CLINICAL ASSESSMENT

    Adults
    Amanda Thomas, Lyndal J Maxwell
    Infant and Child
    Eleanor Main
    The Acutely Ill or Deteriorating Patient
    Sarah Keilty

    3 THORACIC IMAGING

    Adults
    Conor D Collins, Susan J Copley
    Paediatrics
    Joy L Barber, Christopher D George

    4 CARDIAC AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
    Andrew D Hirschhorn, Sean F Mungovan, David A B Richards

    5 RESPIRATORY DISEASES
    Anne E Holland, Jennifer A Alison
    With a contribution from Alex Harvey and Mandy Jones

    6 OUTCOME MEASUREMENT IN CARDIORESPIRATORY PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE
    Selina M Parry, Linda Denehy
    With Contributions from Claire E Baldwin, Bronwen Connolly, Elizabeth H Skinner, Sally J Singh, Sarah Rand, Craig A Williams

    7 PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTIONS
    Eleanor Main
    With contributions from Sue Berney, Linda Denehy, Michelle Chatwin, Mark R Elkins, Daniel Flunt, Amanda J Piper, Annemarie L Lee, Bredge Mccarren, Harriet Shannon, Rosemary Moore, Sarah Rand, Barbara A Webber, Marie T Williams

    8 OPTIMIZING ENGAGEMENT AND ADHERENCE WITH THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS
    Mandy Bryon

    9 ADULT INTENSIVE CARE
    Jennifer Paratz, George Ntoumenopoulos, Alice Y M Jones, Claire Fitzgerald

    10 PAEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE

    Paediatric Mechanical Support
    Stewart Reid, Mark J Peters
    Physiotherapy Management of Ventilated Infants and Children
    Eleanor Main, Alicia J Spittle

    11 CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY FOR ADULTS
    Doa El-Ansary, Julie C Reeve, Sulakshana, Balachandran, Michelle Mulligan, Linda Denehy

    12 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND REHABILITATION

    Physical Activity and Physical Fitness in Health and Disease
    Chris Burtin, Vasileios Andrianopoulos, Martijn A Spruit
    Pulmonary Rehabilitation
    Katy Mitchell, Fabio Pitta, Anne E Holland, Annemarie L Lee, Linda Denehy
    Cardiac Rehabilitation
    Julie Redfern, Jennifer Jones

    13 CARDIORESPIRATORY MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL POPULATIONS
    Linda Denehy, Eleanor Main
    With contributions from Sarah Smailes, Anita Plaza, Jennifer Paratz, Leanne Williams, Claire Bradley, Jacqueline L Luke, Jacqueline Ross, Brooke Wadsworth, Kate J Hayes, Prue E Munro, Paul Aurora, Helena Van Aswegen, Craig A Williams, Sarah Rand, Catherine L Granger, Sue Berney, Amy Nordon-Craft, Linda Denehy

    APPENDIX – NORMAL VALUES, CONVERSION TABLE AND ABBREVIATIONS

       

     

  • 34700lei 300.00 lei

     


    Description:

    Get a solid foundation in the language of movement! Essentials of Kinesiology for the Physical Therapist Assistant 3rd Edition builds on previous editions by delivering a rich and varied learning experience that is needed to succeed in today’s fast-paced PTA education programs. Clear, concise explanations of anatomy and function, full-color illustrations and unique atlas-style chapters make even the most complex concepts easy to master. In addition, a robust lineup of on- and off-line resources, featuring a companion Evolve website, give students the tools they need to succeed in both the classroom and the clinical setting!



    Features:


    • UNIQUE! Author team of Paul Mansfield and Don Neumann represent a rich blend of their experiences and expertise.
    • Outstanding artwork with more than 600 full-color photos and drawings help you understand key concepts.
    • UNIQUE! Atlas-style muscle presentations clearly link specific muscles or muscle groups with relevant information.
    • Clinical Insight and Considerations boxes link the concepts of kinesiology with their clinical applications.
    • Summary boxes and tables pull content together into concise, reader-friendly format.
    • Study questions and key terminology serves as a valuable study tool for exam preparation.
    • Learning Objectives serve as an overview of each chapter as well as a handy checklist for review.



    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! UNIQUE! Goniometry boxes added at the end of each joint-specific chapter illustrate principles of goniometry as they relate to kinesiology.
    • NEW! UNIQUE! Art from Neumann added where appropriate to help illustrate material.
    • NEW! Thoroughly revised content reflects the very latest in Kinesiology.



    Table Of Contents:

    1. Basic Principles of Kinesiology
    2. Structure and Function of Joints
    3. Structure and Function of Skeletal Muscle
    4. Structure and Function of the Shoulder Complex
    5. Structure and Function of the Elbow and Forearm Complex
    6. Structure and Function of the Wrist
    7. Structure and Function of the Hand
    8. Structure and Function of the Vertebral Column
    9. Structure and Function of the Hip
    10. Structure and Function of the Knee
    11. Structure and Function of the Ankle and Foot
    12. Fundamentals of Human Gait
    13. Kinesiology of Mastication and Ventilation

       

  • 305.00 lei

     

    Purchase of the new print edition of this Lippincott® Connect title includes lifetime access to the digital version of the book, plus related materials such as videos and multiple-choice Q&A and self-assessments.

    Trusted for decades by Physical Therapy students as well as experienced therapists who want to improve their knowledge, Tecklin’s Pediatric Physical Therapy provides a comprehensive and logical overview of some of the most common pediatric physical therapy diagnoses.
     
    This straightforward approach presents basic medical information regarding common clinical diagnostic categories followed by coverage of physical therapy examination, intervention and special considerations within each diagnostic group.
     
    Content in this 6th Edition has been thoroughly updated and reorganized to help prepare students for today’s clinical challenges, accompanied by case studies and interactive features that reinforce understanding and instill the clinical decision-making skills essential to successful practice.

    ·        Revised organization reflects the latest information consistent with The APTA Guide to Physical Therapist Practice.

    ·        New chapters cover regional pain disorders – written by experts working in the premier pain management program in the US - and management of pediatric clients through the transition to adulthood.

    ·        Updated content presents the most current pediatric PT management approaches to orthotics and prosthetics, complex pain syndromes, autism spectrum disorder and autoimmune disorders.

    ·        Updated clinical case studies guide students through the patient examination and intervention process.

    ·        Expanded coverage of Pediatric Practice Settings provides additional context on where pediatric clinicians practice by adding acute care, rehabilitation, and outpatient settings to the existing chapters on NICU and educational settings.

    Lippincott® Connect features:

    ·        Lifetime access to the digital version of the book with the ability to highlight and take notes on key passages for a more personal, efficient study experience.

    ·        Carefully curated resources, such as interactive diagrams, video tutorials, organ sounds, and self-assessment, all designed to facilitate further comprehension.

    Lippincott® Connect also allows users to create Study Collections to further personalize the study experience. With Study Collections you can:

    ·        Pool content from books across your entire library into self-created Study Collections based on discipline, procedure, organ, concept or other topics.

    ·        Display related text passages, video clips and self-assessment questions from each book (if available) for efficient absorption of material.

    ·        Annotate and highlight key content for easy access later.

    ·        Navigate seamlessly between book chapters, sections, self-assessments, notes and highlights in a single view/page.

     

  • 35000lei 310.00 lei

     

     

    Description:


    Offering a thorough, highly illustrated review of the musculoskeletal physical exam, this practical guide covers relevant anatomy, pathoanatomy, and special tests using the well-known art of Dr. Frank H. Netter as well as clinical photographs. Netter’s Orthopaedic Clinical Examination: An Evidence-Based Approach, 4th Edition, provides the information you need to assess the reliability and diagnostic utility of musculoskeletal physical exams and incorporate evidence into your clinical decision making. Summary tables and carefully selected references highlight best available evidence, providing a practical resource for the busy student and clinician.

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    The Reliability and Diagnostic Utility of the Orthopaedic Clinical Examination

    2. Temporomandibular Joint

    3. Cervical Spine

    4. Thoracolumbar Spine

    5. Sacroiliac Region

    6. Hip and Pelvis

    7. Knee

    8. Foot and Ankle

    9. Shoulder

    10. Elbow and Forearm

    11. Wrist and Hand

       

     

  • 35200lei 330.00 lei

     

    Description:

    For the first time, international scientific and clinical leaders have collaborated to present this exclusive book which integrates state-of-the art engineering concepts of spine control into clinically relevant approaches for the rehabilitation of low back pain. Spinal Control identifies the scope of the problem around motor control of the spine and pelvis while defining key terminology and methods as well as placing experimental findings into context.

    Spinal Control also includes contributions that put forward different sides of critical arguments (e.g. whether or not to focus on training the deep muscles of the trunk) and then bring these arguments together to help both scientists and clinicians better understand the convergences and divergences within this field.

    On the one hand, this book seeks to resolve many of the issues that are debated in existing literature, while on the other, its contributing opinion leaders present current best practice on how to study the questions facing the field of spine control, and then go on to outline the key directions for future research.

    Spinal Control – the only expert resource which provides a trusted, consensus approach to low back pain rehabilitation for both clinicians and scientists alike!



    Features:

    • Covers the most important issues in spine control research
    • Illustrates the clinical relevance of research and how this is or can be applied in clinical practice
    • Edited and written by world leading experts, contributing first class content on different aspects of spine control
    • Chapters that bring together the expertise of these world leaders on topics such as neuromotor mechanisms of spine control, proprioception, subgrouping in back pain and modelling spine stability
    • An extensive and illustrated clinical consensus chapter that brings together the philosophies of clinical opinion leaders for the first time




    Table Of Contents:


    Preface

    List of contributors

    Ch 1: Introduction
    Paul W. Hodges, Jacek Cholewicki, Jaap H. van Dieën

    Section 1 – Mechanical Spine Models

    Ch 2: Cholewicki: Spine systems science: a primer on the systems approach
    N. Peter Reeves, Jacek Cholewicki

    Ch 3: Computational models for trunk trajectory planning and load distribution: a test-bed for studying various clinical adaptation and motor control strategies of low back pain patients
    Mohamad Parnianpour

    Ch 4: Mechanical changes in the spine in back pain
    Greg Kawchuk

    Section 2 – Motor Control of the Spine

    Ch 5: Spine function and low-back pain: interactions of active and passive structures
    Jaap H. van Dieën, Idsart Kingma

    Ch 6: Adaptation and rehabilitation: From motoneurones to motor cortex and behaviour
    Paul W. Hodges

    Ch 7: Opinions on the links between back pain and motor control: the disconnect between clinical practice and research
    Stuart McGill

    Ch 8: The kinesiopathologic model and mechanical low back pain
    Linda R. Van Dillen, Shirley A. Sahrmann, Barbara J. Norton

    Ch 9: The relationship between control of the spine and low back pain: a clinical researcher’s perspective
    Julie A. Hides

    Ch 10: Existing muscle synergies and low back pain: a case for preventative intervention
    Jack P. Callaghan, Erika Nelson-Wong

    Ch 11: Trunk muscle control and back pain: chicken, egg, neither or both?
    G. Lorimer Moseley

    Section 3 – Proprioceptive Systems

    Ch 12: Altered variability in proprioceptive postural strategy in people with recurrent low back pain
    Simon Brumagne, Lotte Janssens, Kurt Claeys, Madelon Pijnenburg

    Ch 13: Proprioceptive contributions from paraspinal muscle spindles to the relationship between control of the trunk and back pain
    Joel G. Pickar

    Ch 14: Time-dependent mechanisms that impair muscle protection of the spine.
     Patricia Dolan, Michael A. Adams

    Section 4 – Clinical Evidence of Control Approach

    Ch 15: Effectiveness of exercise therapy for chronic non-specific low-back pain
    Marienke van Middelkoop, Sidney Rubinstein, Arianne Verhagen, Raymond Ostelo, Bart Koes, Maurits van Tulder

    Section 5 – State-of-the-Art Reviews

    Ch 16: How can models of motor control be useful for understanding low back pain? (Summary chapter 1)
    N. Peter Reeves, Jacek Cholewicki, Mark Pearcy, Mohamad Parnianpour

    Ch 17: Targeting interventions to patients: development and evaluation (Summary chapter 2)
    Linda van Dillen, Maurits van Tulder

    Ch 18: Motor control changes and low-back pain, cause or effect? (Summary chapter 3)
    Jaap H. van Dieën, G. Lorimer Moseley, Paul W. Hodges

    Ch 19: What is the relation between proprioception and low back pain? (Summary chapter 4)
    Simon Brumagne, Patricia Dolan, Joel G. Pickar

    Ch 20: Motor control of the spine and changes in pain: Debate about the extrapolation from research observations of motor control strategies to effective treatments for back pain (Summary chapter 5)
    Paul W. Hodges, Stuart McGill, Julie A. Hides

    Section 6 – State-of-the-Art Approach to Clinical Rehabilitation of Low Back and Pelvic Pain

    Ch 21: Integrated clinical approach to motor control interventions in low back and pelvic pain
    Paul W. Hodges, Linda van Dillen, Stuart McGill, Simon Brumagne, Julie A. Hides, G. Lorimer Moseley

    Index

       

     

  • 335.00 lei

     

    Purchase the new print edition of this Lippincott® Connect title includes lifetime access to the digital version of the book, plus related materials such as videos and multiple-choice Q&A and self-assessments.

    This updated fourth edition of Hazel Clarkson’s 
    Musculoskeletal Assessment: Joint Motion and Muscle Testing offers a student-friendly approach to both Joint Motion and Muscle Testing (MMT) and Range of Motion (ROM).  Now in striking full color, the fourth edition provides just the right amount of detail students need to prepare for effective practice.
     
    Each chapter is devoted to a separate anatomical region to help physical therapists-in-training hone their understanding of pertinent surface and deep anatomy. The clear narrative outlines the steps of taking the assessments and interpreting the results and is enhanced by a strong art program with meticulously created illustrations and photographs that demonstrate patient and therapist positions and instrument placement.

    • NEW! Full-color photos and colorized line illustrations help students master key techniques and anatomical structures.
    • NEW! Online Practical Testing Forms list the criteria and correct sequence for performing each assessment—an ideal tool for students.
    • NEW! Online Instructor Resources include a Test Bank and pre-loaded PowerPoint slides for use in building course materials and lectures.
    • UNIQUE! Coverage of both muscle testing and goniometry, allows you to cover both topics in just one book. 
    • VISUAL: A Physical Therapy video library of over 100 videos covering MMT and ROM is accessible online via thePoint. 
    • Clear step-by-step instructions for muscle testing make it easy for students to master key concepts and techniques.
    • Clinical tie-ins give students opportunities to apply the material they are learning to clinical situations.

    Lippincott® Connect features:

    • Lifetime access to the digital version of the book with the ability to highlight and take notes on key passages for a more personal, efficient study experience.
    • Carefully curated resources, including interactive diagrams, video tutorials, flashcards, organ sounds, and self-assessment, all designed to facilitate further comprehension.

    Lippincott® Connect also allows users to create Study Collections to further personalize the study experience. With Study Collections you can:

    • Pool content from books across your entire library into self-created Study Collections based on discipline, procedure, organ, concept or other topics.
    • Display related text passages, video clips and self-assessment questions from each book (if available) for efficient absorption of material.
    • Annotate and highlight key content for easy access later.
    • Navigate seamlessly between book chapters, sections, self-assessments, notes and highlights in a single view/page.

     

  • Introduction to Physical Therapy
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    37200lei 350.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Start your physical therapy career path on the right foot with Introduction to Physical Therapy, 6th Edition. This comprehensive text offers an insightful and thorough overview of both the profession and the practice of physical therapy, including the latest topics and trends surrounding the industry. The first section walks through the key aspects of a career in physical therapy -including the roles of the physical therapist and physical therapist assistant, practice settings, the APTA, laws, policies, and regulations. The second section then goes on to cover the practice of physical therapy - detailing the functions, disorders, and therapies of the major organ systems. This sixth edition also features a new chapter on prevention, health promotion, and wellness in physical therapy practice; as well as updated content, references, and coverage of new trends in health care. Paired with an abundance of learning aides like learning objectives, chapter outlines, review questions, and more; this highly visual text offers the complete foundation needed to successfully grow professional knowledge and skills.


    Features:

    • Overview of the profession combined with clinical information gives readers a solid foundation in the practice of physical therapy.
    • Chapter on reimbursement covers the fiscal aspects of health care and how reimbursement affects the profession.
    • Chapter on communication and cultural competence describes how cultural differences influence patient interaction and helps the PTA and PT understand behavior due to cultural differences.
    • Numerous learning aides include chapter outlines, key terms, learning objectives, questions to ask, boxes, tables, summaries and up to date references, suggested readings and review questions.



    New To This Edition:


    • NEW! New chapter on prevention, health promotion, and wellness in physical therapist practice reflects the growing importance in the physical therapy profession.
    • NEW! Revised content and updated references throughout the text ensures content is the most current and applicable for today’s PT and PTA professionals.
    • NEW! The latest information on current trends in health care and the profession of physical therapy keeps readers current on the latest issues.

    Table Of Contents:

    Section 1: Profession

    1. The Profession of Physical Therapy: Definition and Development
    2. Roles and Characteristics of Physical Therapists
    3. The Physical Therapist Assistant
    4. American Physical Therapy Association
    5. Laws, Regulations, and Policies
    6. Financing Health Care and Reimbursement in Physical Therapist Practice
    7. Effective Communication for Physical Therapists in the Twenty-First Century

    Section 2: Practice

    8. Prevention, Health Promotion, and Wellness in Physical Therapist Practice
    9. Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Conditions
    10. Physical Therapy for Neuromuscular Conditions
    11. Physical Therapy in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Conditions
    12. Physical Therapy for Integumentary Conditions
    13. Physical Therapy for Pediatric Conditions
    14. Physical Therapy for the Older Adult

       

     

  • 360.00 lei

    Description:

    Training in Neurorehabilitation

    The importance of physical therapy for neurological disease cannot be underestimated. Stroke, for example, is the second leading cause of death worldwide, and its global effect is considerable, based on disability-adjusted life years. With an aging population, the risk of stroke increases exponentially with age, and accordingly, the number of patients increases as well. It follows that specially tailored neurorehabilitation regimens are crucial in helping patients return to the workplace and maintain their independence.

    This concise and practical work, created by authors with decades of experience in the practice and teaching of physical therapy, serves that purpose well, with its emphasis on the targeted use of training equipment to match the patients' exact needs.

    Key Features:

    Concise, practical, and goal-oriented

    Provides expert guidance in creating individualized training regimens with the goal of training and enhancing endurance, strength, and balance

    An emphasis on types of equipment and instructions for their use, tailored specifically

    the individual needs of patients

    All training exercises are well illustrated for optimal understanding

    Author team with more than 30 years' experience in practice and teaching of physical therapy

    Lamprecht's Training in Neurorehabilitation is certain to be an essential reference for all students and practitioners in physical therapy involved in the treatment of patients with neurological disorders.

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1 Therapeutic Exercise

    1.1 From Ancient Times to the Modern Age

    1.2 From Bodybuilding to Medical Specialty

    1.3 From Orthopaedics to Neurology

    2 Sports and Health

    2.1 Significance of Movement

    3 General Effects of Training

    3.1 Basic Motor Skills

    3.2 Strength

    3.3 Endurance

    3.4 Speed

    3.5 Mobility

    3.6 Coordination

    3.7 Balance

    4 Neurologic Rehabilitation

    4.1 Cortical Reorganization

    4.2 Feedback Training

    5 Therapeutic Exercise in Neurology: Why?

    5.1 Introduction

    5.2 Factors Promoting Motor Learning

    5.3 Treatable Neurologic Symptoms in Therapeutic Exercise

    6 Training Equipment in Neurology

    6.1 Training Equipment

    6.2 Endurance Training

    6.3 Strength Training

    6.4 Balance Training

    6.5 Vibration Training

    6.6 Climbing

    6.7 Small Devices for Training with Neurologic Patients

    6.8 Slacklining

    6.9 SilverFit

    7 Clinical Pictures

    7.1 Introduction

    7.2 Stroke

    7.3 Multiple Sclerosis

    7.4 Parkinson’s Disease

    7.5 Paraplegia

    7.6 Craniocerebral Trauma

    7.7 Cerebral Palsy

    7.8 Neuromuscular Disorders

    7.9 Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    7.10 Severely Impaired Patients and Therapeutic Exercise

    8 Organizational Matters

    8.1 Planning Training

    8.2 Personnel Requirements

    8.3 Required Facilities

    9 Tests and Assessments

    9.1 Tests for Neurorehabilitation

    10 Further Reading

    Index

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Kinesiology, 3rd Edition
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    37800lei 360.00 lei

    Learn how to apply kinesiology concepts and treat dysfunction with Muscolino’s Kinesiology: The Skeletal System and Muscle Function, 3rd Edition! With more than 1,200 full-color illustrations, this highly visual text offers a vividly illustrated look at the skeletal system and how muscles function as movers, antagonists, and stabilizers in the body. Part One covers the fundamentals of structure and motion, including essential terminology that is used in kinesiology. Part Two covers the skeletal system including the makeup of skeletal and fascial tissues. Part Three contains a detailed study of the joints of the body. And lastly, Part Four examines how muscles function. This new edition also boasts an all-new chapter on biomechanics, more than 100 online video clips, and an interactive muscle program. If you want a thorough understanding of muscle function and how to apply that knowledge on the job, then there’s no better guide than Muscolino!

    Features:

    • Coverage of strengthening exercises and stretching emphasizes the purposes and benefits of stretching and how to perform various stretching techniques.
    • The most up-to-date information on posture and the gait cycle features high-quality art.
    • Comprehensive chapter on muscle action and attachments includes illustrations of all of the muscles of the human body organized by function.
    • Clinical applications throughout the book are directly related to kinesiology concepts and challenge you to apply what you’ve learned to clinical practice.
    • Complete atlas of bones, bony landmarks, and joints includes more than 100 full-color photographs of every bone in the human body, giving you comprehensive coverage of bones not found in other kinesiology books.
    • Clear, simple explanations of kinesiology concepts cover muscle contraction(s), coordination of muscles with movement, core stabilization, posture, exercise, reflexes, and how the nervous system controls and directs the muscular system.
    • Approximately 1,200 four-color illustrations help you visualize important concepts.
    • A wide variety of user resources include a comprehensive glossary of terms from the book, radiographs, answers to the review questions at the end of each chapter in the book, an interactive muscle program, and videos featuring joint actions and palpation techniques.

    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! A new chapter on biomechanics helps you understand how the body moves under normal circumstances and what may impair its movement in pathology.
    • NEW! Improved illustrations in The Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body offer a vivid muscle atlas within the text. 
    • NEW! Expanded resources on Evolve companion site include a new collection of video clips and an interactive muscle program which help you identify the necessary skills for professional success.

    Table Of Contents:

    Part I: Fundamentals of Structure and Motion of the Human Body
    1. Parts of the Human Body
    2. Mapping the Human Body

    Part II: Skeletal Osteology: Study of the Bones
    3. Skeletal Tissues
    4. Fascia
    5. Bones of the Skeleton

    Part III: Skeletal Arthrology: Study of the Joints
    6. Joint Action Terminology
    7. Classification of Joints
    8. Joints of the Axial Body
    9. Joints of the Lower Extremity
    10. Joints of the Upper Extremity

    Part IV: Myology: Study of the Muscular System
    11. Attachments and Actions of Muscles
    12. Anatomy and Physiology of Muscle Tissue
    13. How Muscles Function – The Big Picture
    14. Types of Muscle Contractions
    15. Roles of Muscles
    16. Types of Joint Motion and Musculoskeletal Assessment
    17. Determining the Force of a Muscle Contraction
    18. Biomechanics NEW! 
    19. Neuromuscular System
    20. Posture and the Gait Cycle
    21. Postural Distortion Patterns
    22. Stretching
    23. Strengthening Exercises

     

  • 370.00 lei

     

    Description:

    One of the most rewarding and helpful areas of primary care medicine is the opportunity to relieve the suffering of a patient in pain.  Using a hands-on intervention can provide pain relief to the patient and professional satisfaction to the clinician.Manual Medicineoffers primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants the practical, hands-on guidance needed to accurately diagnose and provide initial management of commonly seen musculoskeletal problems. Dr. Frank Domino, along with physical therapists Steve Messineo and Mark Powicki, walk you step by step through the approach to a clinical problem (such as back pain or knee pain) and treatment. These easy-to-use maneuvers provide initial treatment that reduces suffering.

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Dedication & Acknowledgments

    Contents

    Video Index

    Additional Resources

    PART 1 • Overview of Manual Medicine

    1 Introduction

    2 What Is Manual Medicine?

    Approaches and Philosophies

    Myofascial Release

    Positional Release Therapy

    Muscle Energy Techniques

    Benefits of Manual Medicine

    Methods and the Approach of This Book

    3 Mindfulness and Breathing

    4 Kinesiology Tape

    Taping Methods

    5 Coding And Billing For Manual Medicine

    CPT Coding

    Documentation

    Initial Visit

    Follow-Up/Interval Visit

    Kinesiology Tape

    PART 2 • Treatments

    6 Neck and Upper Back Pain

    History

    Differential Diagnosis

    Physical Examination

    Postural Assessment

    Neck and Shoulder Range of Motion

    Palpation

    Special Tests

    Cervical Compression

    Spurling Test

    Cervical Distraction

    Treatments

    Postural Correction

    Mobilization

    Manual Therapy

    Kinesiology Taping

    Treatment Summary

    Mobilization

    Manual Therapy

    Kinesiology Taping

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resource: At-Home Neck Stretches

    Mobilization: Stretching Strap or Towel

    Mobilization: Tennis or Softball

    Scalenes Stretch

    Patient Resource: At-Home Upper Back Stretches

    Wall Stretch

    Upper Trapezius Ball Self Massage

    Doorway Stretch

    Patient Resource: At-Home Mid-Back Stretches

    Floor Stretch

    Mid Back: Stretch With Dowel

    Levator Scapulae Self Stretch

    Patient Resource: At-Home Rhomboid Stretches

    Door-Frame Stretch

    Rhomboid and Middle Trapezius Self Stretch

    7 Shoulder

    Introduction

    Diagnosis

    Differential Diagnosis

    History Consistent With Impingement Syndrome (Rotator Cuff Tendonitis)

    Testing for Impingement Syndrome (Rotator Cuff Tendonitis)

    Testing for Joint Laxity/Subluxation/Dislocation

    Treatment

    Mobilization

    Kinesiology Taping for Shoulder Pain

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resource: Shoulder Stretches

    Mobilization With Softball

    Shoulder Range of Motion

    Rows (Isometric Scapular Engagement)

    Self-Stretch

    Bilateral Doorway (Pectoralis/Anterior Capsule) Stretch

    Patient Resource: Rhomboids Stretches

    Door-Frame Stretch

    Patient Resource: Subscapularis Stretches

    Subscapularis Stretch With Dowel

    Subscapularis Stretching Strap

    Rhomboid and Middle Trapezius Self-Stretch

    8 Acute Chest Discomfort

    Introduction

    Differential Diagnosis

    Symptoms and History

    Physical Examination

    Treatment

    Treatments for Upper Crossed Syndrome and Costochondritis

    Treatment Summary

    Upper Crossed Syndrome and Costochondritis

    First Rib Syndrome

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resource: Upper Cross Syndrome

    Shoulder Range of Motion

    Rows (Isometric Scapular Engagement)

    Wall and Neck Stretch

    Bilateral Doorway (Pectoralis/Anterior Capsule) Stretch

    Stretch With Dowel

    Stretching Strap

    Subscapularis Stretching Strap

    Levator Scapulae Self-Stretch

    Ball Stretch

    Patient Resource: First Rib Syndrome

    Stretching Strap Exercises

    Patient Resource: Proper Positioning at Your Desk

    9 Arm, Elbow, and Wrist Pain

    ELBOW PAIN

    Differential Diagnosis

    Physical Examination

    Diagnosis

    Physical Examination for Pronator Teres Syndrome

    Treatment

    Forearm Mobilization (for all forearm symptoms)

    Treatment for Lateral Epicondylitis and Pronator Teres Syndrome

    Treatment for Medial Epicondylitis

    Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

    WRIST PAIN

    Differential Diagnosis

    History and Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Wrist Mobilization

    Wrist Traction with Mobilization into Flexion or Extension

    Flossing for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Kinesiology Taping for Lateral Epicondylitis

    Kinesiology Taping for Medial Epicondylitis

    Kinesiology Taping for Pronator Teres Syndrome

    Treatment Summary

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resource: General Wrist Exercises

    Wrist Range of Motion

    Traction

    Resisted Flexion and Extension

    Patient Resource: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Patient Resource: Proper Positioning at Your Desk

    Patient Resources: Instructions for Medial or Lateral Epicondylitis

    Applying an Epicondylitis Strap

    10 Acute Low Back Pain

    Introduction

    Physical Examination

    Range-of-Motion Testing

    Treatment

    Techniques for Flexion Bias (Forward Flexion Reduces Pain)

    Techniques for Exension Bias (Backward Extension Reduces Pain)

    Additional Syndromes and Treatment With Acute Low Back Pain

    Treatments for Radiculopathy and Sciatica

    Kinesiology Taping

    Treatment Summary

    Techniques for Flexion Bias: Forward Flexion Reduces Pain

    Techniques for Extension Bias: Backward Extension Reduces Pain

    Additional Syndromes and Treatment Seen with Acute Low Back Pain

    Treatments for Radiculopathy and Sciatica

    Kinesiology Taping

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resource: At-Home Exercises for When Back Flexion Improves Symptoms

    Stretching Strap or Dowel

    Hip Flexor and Hamstring Stretch

    Hook-Lying (90/90)/Isometric Posterior Pelvic Tilt

    Piriformis Stretch

    Basic Resting Stretch

    Patient Resource: At-Home Exercises for When Back Extension Improves Symptoms

    Stretching Strap or Dowel Stretch (Sitting)

    Gluteus Bridge

    Stretching Strap on for Hip Flexors/Quadriceps

    Positioning While Sleeping

    Patient Resource for Quadratus Lumborum: Self Stretch

    11 Upper Leg And Hip

    Introduction

    Differential Diagnosis

    Examination

    Iliac Crest Height

    FABER (Flexion ABduction External Rotation) or Patrick Testing

    Palpation

    Treatments

    Posterior Leg Pain (Hamstrings, Piriformis, Gluteals)

    Piriformis (Tight Hip Extensor Sometimes Causing Sciatica)

    Reciprocal Inhibition When Severe Pain Is Present for Posterior Leg Pain

    Hip Flexor Stretches for Anterior Hip Pain

    Reciprocal Inhibition for Hip Flexor Tightness

    ILIOTIBIAL BAND DYSFUNCTION

    Diagnosis

    Noble Compression Test

    Ober Test

    Treatment

    Hold/Relax for Iliotibial Band

    ADDUCTOR DYSFUNCTION

    Treatment

    Adductor Stretch and Reciprocal Inhibition of Iliotibial Band

    External Rotation Adductor Stretch

    Treatment Summary

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resources: General Stretches for Leg and Hip Pain

    Patient Resources: Exercises for Tight Hip Flexors

    Lying Hip Stretch

    Bridges

    Patient Resource: Tight Hamstrings, Piriformis, and Gluteals

    Standing Hamstring Stretch

    Patient Resource: Adductor Dysfunction

    Patient Resource: External Rotators

    Patient Resource

    Side-Lying: Iliotibial Band Stretch

    12 Knee Pain

    Introduction

    Differential Diagnosis

    Acute Knee Pain

    GENERALIZED KNEE PAIN

    Diagnosis

    Patellofemoral Syndrome

    Patellar Tendonitis/Jumper Knee

    Treatment for Patellofemoral Syndrome and Patellar Tendonitis

    Hip Flexor Stretches

    Reciprocal Inhibition for Hip Flexor Tightness

    Kinesiology Taping for Patellar Tendonitis

    ILIOTIBIAL BAND FRICTION SYNDROME CAUSING LATERAL KNEE PAIN

    Diagnosis

    Noble Compression Test

    Ober Test

    Treatment for Iliotibial Band Syndrome

    Hold/Relax for Iliotibial Band

    Kinesiology Taping for Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

    ANSERINE BURSITIS AND HIP ADDUCTOR DYSFUNCTION CAUSING MEDIAL KNEE PAIN

    Diagnosis

    Examination

    Treatment

    External Rotation Adductor Stretch

    Kinesiology Taping for Anserine Bursitis

    Treatment Summary

    Treatment for Patellofemoral Syndrome and Patellar Tendonitis

    Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome Causing Lateral Knee Pain

    Anserine Bursitis and Hip Adductor Dysfunction Causing Medial Knee Pain

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resources for Knee Complaints

    Hamstring Bridge

    Glute Bridge

    Quadriceps Stretch

    Quad Sets

    Hamstring Stretch

    Adductor Dysfunction

    13 Foot and Ankle Pain

    Introduction

    PLANTAR FASCIITIS

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Soft Tissue Mobilization of Plantar Fascia

    Tibialis Anterior Mobilization

    Active Release for Plantar Fasciitis

    Navicular Sling for Plantar Fasciitis

    Other Treatments

    ACUTE LATERAL ANKLE SPRAIN

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Spiral Tape for Acute Inversion Sprain

    ACHILLES TENDONITIS

    Diagnosis

    Examination

    Treatment

    Calf Stretch for Achilles Tendonitis or Peroneal Tendonitis

    Trigger Point and Active Release for Achilles Tendonitis

    Kinesiology Taping for Achilles Tendonitis

    Other Treatments

    PERONEAL (LATERAL ANKLE) TENDONITIS

    Examination

    Treatment

    Calf Stretch (Attempt if Not Too Painful)

    Other Treatments

    Other Treatments

    SHIN SPLINTS (MEDIAL TIBIAL STRESS SYNDROME)

    Diagnosis

    Physical Examination

    Treatment

    Shin Splint/Anterior Tibialis Active Release

    Shin Splint Anterior Tibialis Stretch/Relax

    MEDIAL ANKLE PAIN/TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    Kinesiology Taping for Shin Splints and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

    NAVICULAR FRACTURES

    Diagnosis

    Examination

    Treatment

    Treatment Summary

    Sample Procedure Notes and Coding

    Patient Resources: Foot and Ankle Pain

    Foam Roller

    Calf Stretch

    INDEX

     

  • 44100lei 375.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Get all the essential information you need to effectively treat and manage patients in a complex acute care setting with Acute Care Handbook for Physical Therapists, 5th Edition. This easy-to-follow guide is the perfect resource to help any rehabilitation professional better understand and interpret hospital protocol, safety, medical-surgical "lingo," and the many aspects of patient care in the hospital setting - from the emergency department to the intensive care unit to the general ward. And with extensively updated content reflecting the latest evidence-based information, this new fifth edition contains everything you need to succeed in today’s fast-paced acute care environment.



    Features:


    • Evidenced-based information is woven throughout the guide to ensure you are equipped with the proven knowledge needed to manage the acuity of patients in the hospital environment.
    • Up-to-date content on medications, laboratory tests, diagnostics, and intervention methods that is relevant to patients in the acute care environment helps you gain insight on how these aspects are affected by the acute care setting.
    • Easy-to-read algorithms, tables, boxes, and clinical tips highlight key information and makes finding and understanding information easier.



    New To This Edition:


    • NEW! Revised content throughout the text reflects the latest information on the complex and fast-paced acute care setting.
    • NEW! Expanded chapters on outcome measures, mechanical circulatory support, and chest pain.
    • NEW! Redesigned airway clearance chapter.
    • NEW! Reformatted nervous system chapter to enhance clinical integration of content.
    • NEW! Enhanced access to information on lines and tubes.



    Table Of Contents:


    Part 1: Introduction
    1. The Acute Care Setting
    2. The Medical Record

    Part 2: Systems
    3. Cardiac System
        Appendix: Description of ECG Characteristics and Associated Causes
        Appendix: Common Rhythm Disturbances
    4. Pulmonary System
    5. Musculoskeletal System
    6. Nervous System
    7. Vascular System and Hematology
    8. Gastrointestinal System
    9. Genitourinary System
    10. Endocrine System

    Part 3: Diagnoses
    11. Oncology
    12. Integumentary System
    13. Infectious Diseases
          Appendix: Immune System Disorders
    14. Organ Transplantation
    15. Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances
    16. Amputation
    17. Physical Therapy Considerations for Patients who Complain of Chest Pain

    Part 4: Interventions
    18. Medical-Surgical Equipment in the Acute Care Setting
          Appendix: Mechanical Ventilation
          Appendix: Circulatory Assist Devices
    19. Pharmacologic Agents
    20. Anesthesia: Perioperative and Postoperative Considerations
    21. Pain Management
    22. Airway Clearance
    23. Outcome Measures

    Appendix: Functional Tests

       

  • 390.00 lei

    Description:

    An essential preparation book for the ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist examination, ACSM’s Resources for the Exercise Physiologist, 3rd Edition, is an essential volume for certification candidates and practicing Exercise Physiologists looking to boost their exam confidence and achieve success in practice. This updated edition is fully aligned with the eleventh edition of ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription and reflects the most current standards and practices in exercise physiology.    Published by the American College of Sports Medicine, this practical resource is organized around the scope of ACSM-EP practice domains. A clear introduction to understanding exercise, physical activity, and pre-exercise screening opens the book, followed by thorough coverage of assessment and programming for healthy populations, assessment and programming for special populations, counseling and behavioral strategies for encouraging exercises, and legal, management and professional issues relevant to practice.


    Table of Contents:

    PART I: Overview

    1 Understanding Physical Activity and Exercise

    Defining Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

    Historic Trends in Physical Activity

    Ancient Times and the Rise of Exercise Physiology

    T.K. Cureton and the Physical Fitness Movement

    Historical Evolution of Physical Activity Epidemiology

    Development of Physical Activity Guidelines and Recommendations

    Relationship between Physical Activity/Exercise and Health across the Lifespan

    Physical Activity and Health in Children and Adolescents

    Physical Activity and Health in Adults

    Physical Activity and Health in Older Adults

    Physical Activity and Health in Women during Pregnancy and during the Postpartum Period

    Physical Activity and Health in Adults with Chronic Conditions and Adults with Disabilities

    General Risks Associated with Physical Activity/Exercise

    Risks of Sudden Cardiac Death

    The Risk of Cardiac Events during Exercise Testing

    Musculoskeletal Injury Associated with Exercise

    2 Preparticipation Physical Activity Screening Guidelines

    Importance of Preparticipation Physical Activity Screening

    History of Preparticipation Physical Activity Screening

    Levels of Screening

    Self-Guided Screening

    • PHYSICAL ACTIVITY READINESS QUESTIONNAIRE FOR EVERYONE

    • EPARMED-X+PHYSICIAN CLEARANCE FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONNAIRE

    Professionally Supervised Screening

    • INFORMED CONSENT

    • HEALTH HISTORY QUESTIONNAIRE

    • MEDICAL EXAMINATION/CLEARANCE

    • PREPARTICIPATION PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SCREENING PROCESS

    Physical Activity (or Exercise) History

    Known Cardiovascular, Metabolic, and/or Renal Disease

    ACSM Major Signs or Symptoms Suggestive of Cardiovascular Disease

    When Should You Seek Medical Clearance?

    American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Risk Stratification

    Challenges of ACSM Preparticipation Physical Activity Screening

    Recommendations versus Requirements

    Contraindications to Exercise Testing

    What Does Contraindication Really Mean?

    Absolute versus Relative

    Repurposing Risk Factor Assessment and Management

    ACSM Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Assessment and Defining Criteria

    PART II: Assessments and Exercise Programming for Apparently Healthy Participants

    3 Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessments and Exercise Programming for Apparently Healthy Participants

    Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Systems as They Relate to Cardiorespiratory Fitness

    Goal of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

    Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

    Adenosine Triphosphate Production

    Overview of Cardiorespiratory Responses to Acute Graded Exercise of Conditioned and Unconditioned Participants

    Oxygen Uptake Kinetics during Submaximal Single-Intensity Exercise

    Oxygen Uptake Kinetics during Graded Intensity Exercise

    Arteriovenous Oxygen Difference Response to Graded Intensity Exercise

    Heart Rate, Stroke Volume, and Cardiac Output Responses to Graded Intensity Exercise

    Pulmonary Ventilation Response to Graded Intensity Exercise

    Blood Pressure Response to Graded Intensity Exercise

    Measuring Blood Pressure and Heart Rate before, during, and after Graded Exercise

    Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Assessment

    Rate Pressure Product

    Selecting Appropriate Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessments for Healthy Populations

    Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessments Benefits

    Types of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessments

    Selecting the Appropriate Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessment

    Interpreting Results of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessments, Including Determination of V˙O2 and V˙O2max

    Metabolic Calculations as They Relate to Cardiorespiratory Exercise Programming

    Energy Units and Conversion Factors

    ACSM Metabolic Formula

    • EXAMPLES

    FITT Framework for the Development of Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Apparently Healthy People

    Frequency

    Intensity

    Time

    Type

    Additional Variables

    Volume

    Progression

    • PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD

    • REVERSIBILITY

    • INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

    • SPECIFICITY OF TRAINING

    Safe and Effective Exercises Designed to Enhance Cardiorespiratory Fitness

    Interval Training

    Determining Exercise Intensity

    Heart Rate Reserve Method

    Peak Heart Rate Method

    Peak V˙O2 Method

    Peak Metabolic Equivalent Method

    V˙O2 Reserve Method

    Talk Test Method

    Perceived Exertion Method

    Abnormal Responses to Exercise

    Contraindications to Cardiovascular Training Exercises

    Effect of Common Medications on Cardiorespiratory Exercise

    Signs and Symptoms of Common Musculoskeletal Injuries Associated with Cardiorespiratory Exercise

    Effects of Heat, Cold, or High Altitude on the Physiological Response to Exercise

    Heat Stress

    Cold Stress

    Altitude

    Acclimatization When Exercising in a Hot, Cold, or High-Altitude Environment

    4 Muscular Strength and Muscular Endurance Assessments and Exercise Programming for Apparently Healthy Participants

    Basic Structure and Function

    Muscle Fiber Types and Recruitment

    Types of Muscle Action

    Assessment Protocols

    Assessing Muscular Strength

    Assessing Muscular Endurance

    Fundamental Principles of Resistance Training

    Principle of Progression

    Principle of Regularity

    Principle of Overload

    Principle of Creativity

    Principle of Enjoyment

    Principle of Specificity

    Principle of Supervision

    Program Design Considerations

    Types of Resistance Training

    • DYNAMIC CONSTANT EXTERNAL RESISTANCE TRAINING

    • ISOKINETICS

    • PLYOMETRIC TRAINING

    Modes of Resistance Training

    Safety Concerns

    Resistance Training Program Variables

    Type of Exercise

    Order of Exercise

    Training Intensity

    Training Volume

    Rest Intervals between Sets

    Repetition Velocity

    Training Frequency

    Periodization

    General Recommendations

    5 Flexibility Assessments and Exercise Programming for Apparently Healthy Participants

    Basic Principles of Flexibility

    Factors Affecting Flexibility

    Modes of Flexibility Training

    Static Flexibility

    Ballistic Flexibility

    Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

    Dynamic Flexibility

    Muscle and Tendon Proprioceptors

    Flexibility Assessment Protocols

    Goniometers and Inclinometers

    Flexibility Program Design

    Overall Range of Motion Recommendations

    6 Functional Movement Assessments and Exercise Programming for Apparently Healthy Participants

    Sensorimotor Control

    Motor Learning

    Proprioception

    Stability and Mobility

    Mediators of the Proprioception, Mobility, and Stability

    Overweight and Obesity and Physical Inactivity

    Propensity for Inhibition of Stabilizing Muscles

    Previous Injury and Pain

    Everyday Posture and Limited Variety of Movement

    Joint Structure

    Age

    What Is Neutral Position and Why Is It so Important?

    Assessment and Prescription

    Establishing a Movement Baseline

    • ASSESSMENT OF STATIC NEUTRAL POSTURE

    Plumb Line Assessment

    Wall Test

    Progressive Approach to Developing Postural Awareness

    • INTEGRATIVE ASSESSMENTS AND CORRECTIONS

    Wall Plank-and-Roll

    Teaching How to Brace

    Diaphragmatic Breathing Assessment and Corrective Methods

    Rolling Patterns: Assessment and Correction

    • ADDRESSING ALIGNMENT ISSUES

    Instability Training

    Self-Myofascial Release and Stretching

    Lifestyle Recommendations

    7 Body Composition and Weight Management

    Anthropometric Measurements

    Height and Weight

    Body Mass Index

    • CIRCUMFERENCE MEASURES

    Measuring Body Composition

    • SKINFOLD MEASUREMENTS

    • BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE

    • LABORATORY METHODS FOR MEASURING BODY COMPOSITION

    Weight Management

    Energy Balance

    Preventing Weight Gain

    Treatment of Obesity

    FITT Recommendations

    Training Considerations

    Weight Loss Goals

    Metabolic Equations

    Weight Management Myths

    • MYTH 1: FAT TURNS INTO MUSCLE

    • MYTH 2: SPOT REDUCING WORKS

    • MYTH 3: GAINING WEIGHT AT THE START OF AN EXERCISE PROGRAM IS FROM INCREASED MUSCLE

    Treatment of Obesity through Nutrition

    Treatment of Obesity through Other Methods

    Behavioral Strategies

    Weight Loss Supplements

    Dieting

    Medications

    PART III: Exercise Programming for Special Populations

    8 Exercise for Individuals with Controlled Cardiovascular, Metabolic, Pulmonary, and Chronic Kidney Disease

    Pathophysiology

    Cardiovascular Disease

    • CORONARY HEART DISEASE

    • HYPERTENSION

    • PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE

    Metabolic Diseases

    • DIABETES

    • DYSLIPIDEMIA

    • OBESITY

    • METABOLIC SYNDROME

    Pulmonary Diseases

    • CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE

    • CHRONIC RESTRICTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE

    Chronic Kidney Disease

    Role of Exercise Training

    Cardiovascular Diseases

    Metabolic Diseases

    Pulmonary Diseases

    Chronic Kidney Disease

    The Art and Science of Exercise Prescription and Programming in Controlled Disease Populations

    Special FITT Considerations for Persons with Chronic Diseases

    • HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING

    • CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

    • METABOLIC DISEASE

    • PULMONARY DISEASE

    • CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

    Effects of Myocardial Ischemia, Myocardial Infarction, and Hypertension on Cardiorespiratory Responses during Exercise

    Myocardial Ischemia

    Myocardial Infarction

    • HYPERTENSION

    Exercise Concerns, Precautions, and Contraindications

    Cardiovascular Disease

    Metabolic Disease

    Pulmonary Disease

    Chronic Kidney Disease

    Effect of Common Medications on Exercise Capacity and Tolerance

    Over-the-Counter Drugs

    Prescription Drugs

    Teaching and Demonstrating Safe and Effective Exercise

    9 Exercise Programming for Individuals with Musculoskeletal Limitations

    Traumatic Movement–Related Injuries

    Fractures

    Strains

    Sprains

    Contusions

    • IMMEDIATE CARE

    • MEDICATIONS FOR MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND INFLAMMATION

    • EXERCISE TO REDUCE RISK OF STRAINS AND SPRAINS

    Overuse Injuries

    Tendinopathy

    • CLINICAL PRESENTATION/ASSESSMENT

    • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EXERCISE

    • EXERCISE CONSIDERATIONS FOR TENDINOPATHIES

    Bursitis

    • CLINICAL PRESENTATION/ASSESSMENT

    • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EXERCISE

    Plantar Fasciitis

    • CLINICAL PRESENTATION/ASSESSMENT

    • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EXERCISE

    Examples of Safe and Effective Exercises for Overuse Injuries

    Low Back Pain

    • CLINICAL PRESENTATION/ASSESSMENT

    • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EXERCISE

    Chronic Conditions

    Arthritis

    • RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

    Clinical Presentation/Assessment

    Safe and Effective Exercise

    • OSTEOARTHRITIS

    Obesity and Osteoarthritis

    Clinical Presentation/Assessment

    Safe and Effective Exercise

    • MEDICATION EFFECTS FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND OSTEOARTHRITIS

    • EXERCISE GUIDELINES FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND OSTEOARTHRITIS

    Osteoporosis

    • RISK FACTORS FOR OSTEOPOROSIS

    • CLINICAL PRESENTATION/ASSESSMENT

    • DIETARY AND PHARMACOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR BONE HEALTH

    • SAFE AND EFFECTIVE EXERCISE

    10 Exercise Programming across the Lifespan: Children and Adolescents, Pregnant Women, and Older Adults

    Children and Adolescents

    Physical and Physiological Changes

    • BODY SIZE AND COMPOSITION

    • CARDIORESPIRATORY FUNCTION

    • MUSCULAR STRENGTH, FLEXIBILITY, AND MOTOR PERFORMANCE

    • RATING OF PERCEIVED EXERTION

    • THERMOREGULATION

    Motor Skills and Physical Activity

    The Impact of Chronic Exercise

    Exercise Programming and Specific Exercise Considerations

    • CHILDREN

    • ADOLESCENTS

    Pregnant Women

    Physical and Physiological Changes

    The Impact of Chronic Exercise

    Exercise Programming and Specific Exercise Considerations

    Special Considerations during Pregnancy

    Older Adults

    Physical and Physiological Changes

    • BODY COMPOSITION AND MUSCULOSKELETAL FUNCTION

    • CARDIORESPIRATORY FUNCTION AND THERMOREGULATION

    The Impact of Chronic Exercise

    Exercise Programming and Specific Exercise Considerations

    • AEROBIC ACTIVITY

    • MUSCLE-STRENGTHENING ACTIVITY

    • FLEXIBILITY ACTIVITY AND NEUROMOTOR EXERCISES

    • THERMOREGULATION

    PART IV: Behavior Change

    11 Theories of Behavior Change

    Importance of Theories and Models

    Transtheoretical Model

    Social Cognitive Theory

    Self-Efficacy

    Relapse Prevention

    Social Ecological Model

    Theory of Planned Behavior

    Self-Determination Theory

    Hedonic Theory

    12 Facilitating Health Behavior Change

    Practical Strategies for Behavior Change

    Identifying Benefits of Physical Activity

    Setting Goals

    Using Self-Monitoring Tools

    • SELF-MONITORING RECOMMENDATIONS

    • PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MONITORS

    Increasing Social Support

    Regulating Emotions

    Enhancing Self-Efficacy

    Problem-Solving Barriers to Physical Activity

    Increasing Options for Physical Activity

    Preventing Relapse

    Facilitating Behavior Change: The Role of the Exercise Physiologist

    Incorporating Behavior Change into Practice

    Improving Communication

    Using Motivational Interviewing

    Working with Diverse Populations

    • OLDER ADULTS

    • RACE/ETHNICITY

    13 Healthy Stress Management

    The Stress Response

    Sources of Stress

    Appraisal of Stress

    Coping

    • PROBLEM-FOCUSED COPING

    • EMOTION-FOCUSED COPING

    The Physiological and Psychological Response to Stress

    General Adaptation Syndrome and Allostasis

    The Effects of Stress on Health

    • DIGESTIVE ISSUES

    • HEADACHES

    • CARDIOVASCULAR AND METABOLIC DISEASES AND THE ROLE OF CORTISOL

    • IMMUNE SUPPRESSION, CANCER, AND MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

    Stress and Psychological Functioning

    • PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS, ANXIETY, AND DEPRESSION

    • FATIGUE AND BURNOUT

    • COGNITIVE DEFICITS

    Healthy Stress Management

    Exercise

    Enhancing Social Support

    Improving Personal Control and Self-Efficacy

    Mind–Body Techniques for Reducing Stress

    • DIAPHRAGMATIC BREATHING AND BODY SCANS

    • PROGRESSIVE MUSCLE RELAXATION

    • BIOFEEDBACK

    • MASSAGE

    • MEDITATION AND PRAYER

    • MINDFULNESS

    • YOGA AND MARTIAL ARTS

    • REFERRING A CLIENT OR PATIENT TO A PSYCHOLOGIST

    PART V: Business

    14 Legal Structure and Terminology

    The Law and Legal System

    Primary Sources of Law

    Tort Law

    Negligence

    Insurance Coverage

    Federal Laws

    Sexual Harassment

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration Guidelines

    Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Guidelines and Recommendations

    Client Rights and Responsibilities

    Client Rights

    Client Responsibilities

    Contract Law

    Employer and Employee Rights and Responsibilities

    Federal Employment Laws

    Hiring and Prehiring Statutes

    Facility Policies and Procedures

    15 Leadership and Management

    Defining Leadership and Management

    Operational Definitions

    Evidence-Based Management

    Leadership: Past, Present, and Future

    Transactional Model

    Visionary Model

    Organic Model

    Leadership Theory and Model

    Leadership Behaviors and Theories

    Trait Theory

    Situational Leadership Theory

    Path–Goal Leadership Theory

    Transformational and Transactional Leadership

    Lewin’s Leadership Styles

    Servant Leadership

    Leader–Member Exchange Theory

    Emotional Intelligence

    Contextual Intelligence and Three-Dimensional Thinking

    Management Techniques

    Management Grid (Blake and Mouton)

    Scientific Management (Frederick W. Taylor)

    Bureaucratic Model of Management (Max Weber)

    Total Quality Management (W. Edwards Deming)

    Management by Objective (Peter Drucker)

    Motivator-Hygiene Theory (Fredrick Herzberg)

    Theory X and Y (Douglas McGregor)

    Behavioral Approach (Mary Parker Follet)

    Organizational Behavior

    Strategic Planning

    16 General Health Fitness Management

    Human Resource Management

    Organizational Culture and Teamwork

    Staffing

    • TYPES OF POSITIONS

    • EMPLOYEE VERSUS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

    • EXEMPT VERSUS NONEXEMPT

    • FULL-TIME VERSUS PART-TIME

    • JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    Recruiting and Selection

    • RECRUITING STRATEGIES

    • SELECTION PROCESS

    • INTERVIEW PROCESS

    Compensation

    Employee Orientation, Development, and Training

    Performance Management and Employee Retention

    • SETTING GOALS

    • PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS

    • EMPLOYEE RETENTION

    Section Summary

    Risk Management

    Standards and Guidelines for Risk Management and Emergency Procedures

    Types of Business Liability Insurance

    Risk Management Summary

    Facility Management and Operations

    Clinical and Nonclinical Health/Fitness Facility Settings

    • CLINICAL FITNESS SETTING

    • NONCLINICAL FITNESS SETTINGS

    Operations

    Equipment

    Financial Management

    Accrual and Cash Accounting

    Financial Statements

    • BALANCE SHEET

    • PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT

    Budgeting

    • TYPES OF BUDGETS

    • CREATING A BUDGET

    Income Management

    Expense Management

    Section Summary

    Marketing and Sales

    Marketing

    • MARKETING TOOLS

    Sales

    Section Summary

    Programming

    Programs in Demand

    Steps to Successful Programming

    Section Summary

    17 Marketing

    Marketing Basics

    People

    Product

    Place

    Price

    Promotion

    • BRANDING

    • ADVERTISING

    • REFERRAL

    • DIRECT MAIL/E-MAIL

    • INTERNET

    • BUSINESS TO BUSINESS

    • SPONSORSHIP

    • PERSONAL SALES

    Finding Leads

    Qualifying Prospects

    The Art of the Deal

    • PUBLIC RELATIONS

    18 Professional Behaviors and Ethics

    History

    Accreditation

    Committee on the Certification and Registry Board

    ACSM Code of Ethics

    Scope of Practice

    Scenario 1

    Scenario 2

    Scenario 3

    Conflict of Interest

    Providing Evidence-Based Information

    Step 1: Develop a Question

    Step 2: Search for Evidence

    • PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

    • ACADEMIC PREPARATION

    • RESEARCH KNOWLEDGE

    Step 3: Evaluate the Evidence

    Step 4: Incorporate Evidence into Practice

    Maintaining Certification

    Ways to Earn Continuing Education Credits

    Personal Characteristics

    Appendix A Editors from the Previous Two Editions of ACSM’s Resources for the Exercise Physiologist

    Appendix B Contributors from the Previous Two Editions of ACSM’s Resources for the Exercise Physiologist

    Index

     

  • 46500lei 396.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Ideal for exercise science, athletic training, and physical therapy students, this updated edition of Knight and Draper’sTherapeutic Modalities: The Art and Science covers the knowledge and skills needed to select the best therapeutic modality for each client injury. This edition helps students hone their clinical decision-making skills by teaching both the how and the why of each therapeutic modality, offering the application that today’s student craves.   Retaining the accessible student-friendly writing style and focus on kinesthetic learning that made the book so successful, the third edition is enhanced by new chapters, new photos, and significant updates throughout that reflect the latest research and advances in the field. 

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    PART I: IN PERSPECTIVE

    1 THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES: WHAT THEY ARE AND WHY THEY ARE USED

    Defining and Classifying Therapeutic Modalities

    Maximizing the Effectiveness of Therapeutic Modalities

    Selecting a Therapeutic Modality

    Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Modalities

    A Systems Approach to Rehabilitation

    The Psychology of Rehabilitation

    Preparation for Using Therapeutic Modalities

    2 EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

    Evidence-Based Medicine

    Patient-Centered Care

    Clinical Decision Making

    3 GENERAL APPLICATION PROCEDURES

    Application Approaches

    The Five-Step Application Procedure

    4 INJURY RECORD KEEPING

    Record Keeping

    The Purpose of Keeping Records

    Using Records and Forms

    Record Use and Abuse

    Review Questions

    PART II: ORTHOPEDIC INJURY, IMMEDIATE CARE, AND HEALING

    5 TISSUE RESPONSE TO INJURY: INFLAMMATION, SWELLING, AND EDEMA

    The Inflammatory Response

    An Acute Orthopedic Injury Model

    Secondary Injury

    Swelling: Hemorrhaging and Edema

    6 IMMEDIATE CARE OF ACUTE ORTHOPEDIC INJURIES

    RICES: The Prescription for Immediate Care

    The Theoretical Basis for RICES

    The Physics and Physiology of Cryotherapy

    Cryotherapy Application Principles

    Compression Application Principles

    Contraindications and Precautions to RICES

    Electrical Stimulation During Immediate Care

    Application of RICES

    The Use of Crutches

    Medicated Ice for Abrasions

    7 THE HEALING PROCESS

    The Repair of Injured Tissue

    The Phases of Repair

    Healing Modifiers

    Review Questions

    PART III: PAIN AND ORTHOPEDIC INJURIES

    8 UNDERSTANDING PAIN AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO INJURY

    What Is Pain?

    Pain Basics: The Language of Pain

    Theories About Pain

    Drugs, Endogenous Chemicals, and Pain Relief

    Pain Perception

    Postgate Pain Theories

    More Language of Pain: Types/Classification

    Pain Management

    9 RELIEVING ORTHOPEDIC INJURY PAIN

    The Philosophy and Principles of Pain Relief

    Sources of Orthopedic Injury Pain

    The Placebo Effect and Pain Relief

    Use a Variety of Techniques

    Tools for Relieving Pain

    Monitoring and Assessing Pain Relief During Rehabilitation

    Review Questions

    PART IV: THERAPEUTIC HEAT AND COLD

    10 PRINCIPLES OF HEAT FOR THERMOTHERAPY

    Defining Thermotherapy

    Transferring Heat to and From the Body

    The Therapeutic Use of Heat

    Radiation and Electromagnetic Waves

    Thermal Effects of Electromagnetic Waves

    Applying Radiation

    Acoustic Waves

    11 SUPERFICIAL THERMOTHERAPY APPLICATION

    Superficial Thermotherapy

    Whirlpool Application

    Hot Pack Application

    Paraffin Bath Application

    Do Not Apply Infrared Lamps

    Other Superficial Heating Devices

    12 CRYOTHERAPY BEYOND IMMEDIATE CARE

    Cryotherapy: Not Just Immediate Care

    The Physiological Effects of Cold Application

    Cold-Induced Vasodilation: Facts and Fallacies

    Heat vs Cold: When and Why

    Cryotherapeutic Techniques for Transition and Subacute Care

    Recovery Cryotherapy

    Comparing Heat and Cold for Rehabilitation

    13 CRYOTHERAPY APPLICATION FOR POSTIMMEDIATE CARE

    Transition and Subacute Care Cryotherapy Techniques

    Application of Cryokinetics for Joint Sprains

    Application of Cryostretch for Muscle Injuries

    Application of Combined Cryostretch and Cryokinetics

    Application of Connective Tissue Stretch

    Application of Lymphedema Pumps

    14 THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND

    Introducing Therapeutic Ultrasound

    Clinical Therapeutic Ultrasound

    Components of an Ultrasound Device

    The Physics of Ultrasound

    Treatment Parameters

    Application Techniques

    Recording Treatment Dosages

    Thermal Effects

    Nonthermal Effects

    Evidence for Therapeutic Ultrasound

    Cases Where Ultrasound and Joint Mobilizations Were Used to Restore Full ROM in Severe Injuries

    Phonophoresis

    Using Ultrasound and Other Modalities Collectively

    Treatment Precautions and Concerns

    Long Duration Ultrasound

    The Future of Ultrasound Therapy

    Challenges to the Efficacy of Therapeutic Ultrasound

    Application of Therapeutic Ultrasound

    15 DIATHERMY

    Introducing Diathermy

    Types of Diathermy

    Continuous and Pulsed Shortwave Diathermy

    Physiological Effects of Diathermy

    Optimal Tissue Temperatures

    Treatment Time

    Clinical Applications of Shortwave Diathermy

    Diathermy Treatment Contraindications and Precautions

    Evidence for Diathermy

    Advantages of PSWD Over Ultrasound

    Application of Diathermy

    Review Questions

    PART V: ELECTROTHERAPY

    16 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICITY FOR ELECTROTHERAPY

    A Common Language

    The Basics of Electricity

    Electrical Equipment

    The Generation of Electricity

    Output Current Characteristics

    Tissue Responses to Electrical Stimulation

    Therapeutic Uses of Electrical Stimulation

    17 APPLICATION PROCEDURES: ELECTROTHERAPY

    Electrotherapy Applications: An Overview

    Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Pain Relief

    Application of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

    Interferential Current Therapy for Pain Relief

    Application of Interferential Current Therapy

    Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

    Application of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

    Patterned Electrical Nerve Stimulation

    Application of Patterned Electrical Nerve Stimulation

    Iontophoresis for Transdermal Drug Delivery

    Benefits of Iontophoresis

    An Iontophoresis Lab to Produce Numbness

    Application of Iontophoresis for Transcutaneous Drug Delivery

    High-Volt Pulsed Current Stimulation for Wound Healing

    Application of High-Volt Pulsed Current Stimulation

    Microcurrent Electrical Nerve Stimulation

    Review Questions

    PART VI: MANUAL MODALITIES

    18 THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE

    Massage as a Therapeutic Modality

    Massage Therapy: What Is It?

    Facts and Misconceptions About Massage

    Indications and Contraindications

    Therapeutic Massage vs a Rubdown

    Common Massage Strokes Used in Basic (Swedish) Massage

    Myofascial Release

    Sports Massage

    Massage Lubricants

    Application of Therapeutic Massage

    19 SPINAL TRACTION

    Cervical Pain and Lumbar Pain

    The Intervertebral Disk

    Traction as a Therapeutic Modality

    The Physiological Effects of Traction

    Guidelines Prior to Applying Traction

    Indications for Traction

    Contraindications for Traction

    Commonly Used Traction Devices

    Cervical Traction

    Lumbar Traction

    Treatment Parameters

    Application of Spinal Traction

    20 POSITIONAL RELEASE THERAPY

    Introducing Positional Release Therapy

    Defining Tender Points and Trigger Points

    Tissue Assessment and Documentation

    Strain Counterstrain vs Positional Release Therapy

    Speicher and Draper’s Top 10 Positional Release Therapy Techniques

    Summary

    Application of Positional Release Therapy

    Review Questions

    PART VII: OTHER MODALITIES

    21 PHOTOBIOMODULATION (LIGHT AND LASER) THERAPY

    Photobiomodulation

    The Nature of Light

    Photobiomodulation Treatment Parameters

    Photobiomodulation Therapy

    Effects of Photobiomodulation

    Application of Photobiomodulation

    22 NITROGEN VAPOR CRYOTHERAPY

    Review of Cryotherapy’s Physiological Effects

    What Is Nitrogen Vapor Cryotherapy?

    Introduction to Whole- and Partial-Body Cryotherapy

    Local Liquid Nitrogen Vapor Cryotherapy

    Evidence for Whole-Body, Partial-Body, and Local Cryotherapy

    Three Cases Where the Partial-Body Cryotherapy Has Been Beneficial

    Application of Whole- and Partial-Body Cryotherapy

    Application of Local Nitrogen Vapor Cryotherapy

    23 PULSED ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY

    Introduction to Pulse Electromagnetic Field Therapy

    Physiological Effects of PEMF

    Evidence for PEMF Therapy

    Indications for PEMF

    Contraindications

    Precautions

    Application of PEMF

    Five Cases of Patients That Used PEMF Therapy

    Application of the PEMF

    Conclusion

    Review Questions

    PART VIII: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER

    24 DIFFERENTIAL APPLICATION OF THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES

    Differential Application of Modalities

    Limiting Factors to Therapeutic Modality Use

    25 CASE STUDIES USING THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES

    Clinical Case Studies

    Possible Treatment Regimens

    Review Questions

    Appendix A: Answers to Review Questions

    Glossary

    Index

     

  • 46700lei 400.00 lei

     

    Description:


    This practical resource blends the technical and clinical skills and knowledge of hand surgery and hand therapy for the treatment of common medical conditions affecting the upper extremity. Written in an outline format, it covers non-surgical and surgical procedures for these conditions, along with their purpose and rationale. The new edition addresses not only the hand, but also features expanded coverage of the wrist, elbow, and shoulder. Both conservative and postoperative rehabilitation are reviewed, and potential postoperative complications are addressed.

    Features:

    Clinical outcomes included in each chapter relate clinical expectations to the results of clinical research trials, providing you with the expected range of motion and function based on evidence in the literature.

    Highly structured organization makes information easy to find, allowing the text to function as a quick reference in the clinical setting.

    Contributors from a variety of clinical settings like hand therapy clinics, hospitals, and outpatient clinics means you get to learn from the experience of clinicians working in diverse clinical contexts like yourself.

    Over 400 line drawings and clinical photographs delineate important concepts described in text.

    Chapters divided into eight parts - Wound Management, Nerve Injuries, Tendon Injuries, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Distal Radial Ulnar Joint, Hand, and Special Topics - so information can be located quickly.

    51 leading experts offer fresh insight and authoritative guidance on therapeutic approaches for many common diagnoses.

    Treatment guidelines presented for each stage of recovery from a wide range of upper extremity conditions.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Authoritative quick reference guide to surgical and non-surgical procedures for hand and all upper extremity conditions.

    NEW! Updated information and references offers the latest information and research in the areas of hand and upper extremity rehabilitation.

    NEW! Larger trim size and new design accommodates a two-column format that is easier to follow.

    Table Of Contents:

    Part One: Wound Management
    1. Wound Care
    2. Skin Grafts and Flaps
    3. Burns
    4. Scar Management
    Part Two: Nerve Injuries and Compression
    5. Sensibility Testing
    6. Median Nerve Compression
    7. Ulnar Nerve Compression
    8. Radial Nerve Compression
    9. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    10. Nerve Repair
    11. Desensitization and Reeducation
    12. Tendon Transfers for Median Nerve Palsy
    13. Tendon Transfers for Ulnar Nerve Palsy
    14. Tendon Transfers for Radial Nerve Palsy
    15. Brachial Plexus Injuries
    16. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
    Part Three: Tendon Injuries
    17. Flexor Tendon Repair
    18. Flexor Tendon Reconstruction
    19. Flexor Tenolysis
    20. Management of Extensor Tendon Repairs
    21. Extensor Tendon Imbalance: Mallet Finger, Swan-Neck Deformity, Boutonniere Deformity
    22. Extensor Tendon Tenolysis
    23. Complex Extensor Reconstruction
    Part Four: Shoulder
    24. Shoulder Tendonitis
    25. Rotator Cuff Repairs
    26. Glenohumeral Instability
    27. Humeral Fractures
    28. Shoulder Arthroplasty
    Part Five: Elbow
    29. Epicondylitis
    30. Elbow Fractures and Dislocations
    31. Elbow Arthroscopy
    32. Elbow Arthroplasty
    Part Six: Wrist and Distal Radial Ulnar Joint
    33. Wrist and Hand Tendinopathies
    34. Wrist Arthroscopy
    35. Carpal Fractures and Instabilities
    36. Triangular Fibrocartilage Injuries
    37. External and Internal Fixation of Unstable Distal Radius Fractures
    38. Ulnar Head Resection
    39. Proximal Row Carpectomy
    40. Wrist Arthroplasty
    41. Wrist Arthrodesis
    Part Seven: Hand
    42. Dupuytren’s Disease
    43. Ligament Injuries of the Hand
    44. Digital Fracture Rehabilitation
    45. Replantation
    46. Digital Amputation and Ray Resection
    47. Metacarpal and Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Capsulectomy
    48. Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint Arthroplasty
    49. Metacarpalpophalangeal Joint Arthroplasty
    50. Proximal and Distal Interphalangeal Joint Arthroplasty
    51. Small Joint Arthrodesis of the Hand
    Part Eight: Special Topics
    52. Conservative Management of Arthritis
    53. Congenital Differences in the Hand and Upper Extremity
    54. Therapeutic Management of the Performing Artist
    55. Special Consideration and Common Injuries of Athletes
    56. Management of Upper Extremity Amputations
    57. Social Work Services
    58. Industrial Rehabilitation Services
    59. Evidence-Based Practice In Hand and Upper Extremity Therapy

       

     


  • 42000lei 400.00 lei

    In rich yet practical detail, this book describes the Bobath Concept of physical rehabilitation following injury to the central nervous system. Unlike many technique-driven resources, this work explores the integral relationships... -- Doody's Review (starred review)

    The text is highly factual, accurate, and well-written....The subject is more than adequately covered and the text is organized to continually bring concepts back to clinical relevance, which is helpful for all clinicians. -- American Journal of Neuroradiology

    The pioneering text by internationally renowned Bobath instructor and therapist Bente Gjelsvik is now in a revised and expanded second edition. The Bobath Concept in Adult Neurology, Second Edition, is updated with the latest theoretical insights, research literature, and clinical guidelines to provide an evidence-based, practice-oriented guide to the assessment and treatment of patients with lesions of the central nervous system. Bridging the gap between theoretical assumptions and everyday therapy practice, the book offers an understanding of the interaction between the central nervous system, the musculoskeletal system, movement, and function, and helps readers apply their knowledge to form hypotheses through clinical reasoning in the rehabilitation of adults with neurological conditions.

    Highlights:

    • Completely revised case histories chapter with entirely new patient cases
    • Key coverage of recent clinical trials and research studies
    • Restructured and reorganized chapters for a more logical presentation of content
    • Concise descriptions of the central nervous system and the neuro-musculo-skeletal systems, motor control, and neural and muscular plasticity
    • Useful discussion of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health as a basis for assessment
    • More than 200 lucid photographs and illustrations aid in quick grasp of the material

    The new edition of this seminal volume contains the theoretical information, clinical details, and practical examples of the Bobath Concept for the management of neurological disability. It is a must-read for physical therapists and occupational therapists at all levels who seek the best assessment and treatment outcomes for neurologically impaired individuals.

  • 42000lei 400.00 lei

     


    Description:

    With straightforward, in-depth coverage of the use of physical agents to improve patient outcomes, Physical Agents in Rehabilitation: An Evidence-Based Approach to Practice5th Edition reflects how physical agents and modalities are being taught in the classroom. This new edition brings the ideal balance of evidence and practical instruction to the teaching and practice of physical agents in rehabilitation. Comprehensive coverage of all physical agents includes the mechanisms, clinical effects, and application techniques for thermal agents, ultrasound, electrical currents, electromagnetic radiation, hydrotherapy, traction, and compression. Plus, each chapter includes a scientific rationale and step-by-step instructions in the use of the agent(s), as well as up-to-date research support and new Find the Evidence tables. The new edition is supported with electronic ancillaries including review questions for students, PowerPoints®, and links to all references on Medline.


    Features:

    • Comprehensive coverage of all physical agents includes the mechanisms, clinical effects, and application techniques for thermal agents, ultrasound, electrical currents, electromagnetic radiation, hydrotherapy, traction, and compression.
    • Find the Evidence tables guide the reader in finding up-to-date, patient-specific evidence using the PICO framework.
    • UNIQUE Step-by-step illustrated application techniques boxes guide you in reproducing effective treatment options.
    • Electronic ancillaries
    • Electrical Stimulation, Ultrasound & Laser Light Handbook helps you to understand the material and can be printed out for quick reference to use in the clinical setting.



    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! Chapter on biofeedback complements the coverage of powered devices used in rehabilitation.
    • UNIQUE! New Find the Evidence tables guide the reader in finding up-to-date, patient-specific evidence using the PICO framework.



    Table Of Contents:

    Part I: Introduction to Physical Agents
    1. The Physiology of Physical Agents
    2. Physical Agents in Clinical Practice

    Part II: Pathology and Patient Problems
    3.  Inflammation and Tissue Repair
    4.  Pain and Pain Management
    5.  Tone Abnormalities
    6.  Motion Restrictions

    Part III: Thermal Agents
    7.  Introduction to Thermal Agents
    8.  Superficial Cold and Heat
    9.  Ultrasound
    10.  Diathermy

    Part: IV: Electrical Currents
    11. Introduction to Electrotherapy
    12. Electrical Currents for Muscle Contraction
    13. Electrical Currents for Pain Control
    14. Electrical Currents for Soft Tissue Healing
    15. Electromyographic (EMG) Biofeedback

    Part V: Electromagnetic Agents
    16. Lasers and Light
    17. Ultraviolet Therapy

    Part VI: Mechanical Agents
    18. Hydrotherapy
    19. Traction
    20. Compression

       

  • Muscle and Sensory Testing
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    44600lei 400.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Mastering the art of manual muscle and sensory testing is the first step on your path to becoming a physical therapist (PT). This easy-to-follow, logically organized resource includes an overview of muscle strength assessment and precise anatomic testing techniques for upper extremities, lower extremities, and head, neck, and trunk; functional muscle tests; tests for mental status, cranial nerves, and superficial reflexes; and use of observational gait analysis as a screening tool.

    Photographs of testing procedures, line drawings of various innervations, and video clips showing manual muscle testing procedures augment your understanding of this important skill area.

    Features:

     

    • Photographs and illustrations demonstrate various techniques to help you better understand positioning, stabilization, and common substitutions.
    • Chapters follow a logical progression from muscle testing to sensory testing to gait assessment, making the learning process clear.
    • Chapters on dynamometry, sensory examination, neurologic examination, and gait provide you with additional need-to-know information on these key topics.

    New To This Edition:

     

    • NEW! Techniques of Functional Muscle Testing chapter includes completely revised content to give you a strong foundation of testing techniques.
    • UPDATED! Expanded clinical notes and case vignettes challenge you to apply your knowledge to real-world situations and think creatively about clinical problems.
    • UPDATED! Consistent chapter layout by joint and muscle system allows you to easily locate important information.
    • UPDATED! References throughout the book enable you to quickly find the most up-to-date sources on specific topics.
    • UNIQUE! 185 Video clips on the companion Evolve website reinforce your understanding of key techniques, such as muscle tests, handheld dynamometry, pediatric handheld dynamometry, sensory and neurologic testing, proper patient and clinician positioning, and force application.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Introduction to Muscle Strength Testing
    2. Techniques of Manual Muscle Testing: Upper Extremity
    3. Techniques of Manual Muscle Testing: Head, Neck, and Trunk
    4. Techniques of Manual Muscle Testing: Lower Extremity
    5. Techniques of Functional Muscle Testing
    6. Techniques of Pediatric Muscle Testing
    7. Hand-held Dynamometry for Muscle Testing
    8. Techniques of the Sensory Examination
    9. Techniques of the Remainder of the Neurologic Examination: Coordination, Mental Status, Cranial Nerves, and Superficial Reflexes
    10. Observational Gait Analysis as a Screening Tool
    Appendix A: Average Joint Ranges of Motion
    Appendix B: Muscle Innervations by Spinal Cord Level
    Appendix C: Muscle Innervations by Peripheral Nerve

       

     

  • 44600lei 400.00 lei

     

    Description:

    From an interdisciplinary author team now including orthopedic surgeons, PM&R specialists, and primary care and sports medicine experts, the second edition of Musculoskeletal Physical Examination: An Evidence-Based Approach educates physicians on how to give the most thorough physical examinations by understanding the "why" behind each type of exam. In-depth coverage of today's newest tests and techniques keeps you current in practice, and a new section titled "Author’s Preferred Approach" guides you through difficult areas of examination.



    Features:

     

    • Provides complete coverage of every musculoskeletal physical examination.
    • Easy-to-use tables summarize and compare the evidence for specificity and sensitivity of each test for each condition.
    • Utilizes over 200 illustrations to clearly depict each test.


    New To This Edition:

     

    • Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices. You'll also have access to over 100 in-depth videos - many new to this edition - highlighting the latest exam techniques, such as the Thessaly test, Milking test, and Bear hug test.
    • Distinguished author team now includes orthopedic surgeons, PM&R specialists, and primary care sports medicine experts.
    • New section titled "Author’s Preferred Approach" guides readers through difficult areas of examination.
    • Thorough updates and revisions made throughout each chapter keep you current in the field.
    • Full-color figures enhance visual clarity.

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Malanga : Musculoskeletal Physical Exam, An Evidence- Based Approach, 2e

    Introduction

    1. Reliability and Validity of Physical Examinations

    2. Sensory, Motor, and Reflex Examination

    3. Physical Examination of the Cervical Spine

    4. Physical Examination of the Shoulder

    5. Physical Examination of the Elbow

    6. Physical Examination of the Wrist and Hand

    7. Physical Examination of the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint

    8. Physical Examination of the Pelvis and Hip

    9. Physical Examination of the Knee

    10. Physical Examinationof the Foot and Ankle

       

  • 49500lei 400.00 lei

     

    Description:

    The legacy of Geoff Maitland and his seminal work, Vertebral Manipulation, continues in this eighth edition, with Elly Hengeveld and Kevin Banks leading an international team of experts who demonstrate how to manage vertebral neuromusculoskeletal disorders using the principles and practice of the Maitland Concept. Together, they ensure the heart of the Concept beats on by promoting collaborative decision-making with the patient at centre and emphasizing the art and science of observation, listening, palpation and movement skills.

    A key feature of the new edition focuses on a more evidence-based and analytical view of the role of mobilization and manipulation in clinical practice The authors have written in a way that reflects their application of the Maitland Concept and how they have integrated techniques in the light of advancement in professional knowledge. Each chapter stands alone as a ‘master class’.

    The text is systematically arranged focusing on detailed assessment, clinical reasoning and re-assessment to determine the physical dysfunction and efficacy of manipulative physiotherapy techniques, while also advocating continuous communication and interaction. Techniques of passive mobilization are also described, specifically designed around the individual patient’s condition.


    All the chapters are written from a clinical perspective and review the evidence which informs how to deal with and manage spinal and pelvic pain as they present to the practitioner. Furthermore, each vertebral region (cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacroiliac/pelvic) is considered from the point of view of best practice in analysing and hypothesising subjective data, examination, treatment and management of spinal pain conditions.

    Brand new to the eighth edition is the addition of a companion website – Maitland’s Manipulation eResources (www.maitlandsresources.com) – providing access to a range of valuable learning materials which include videos, MCQs, interactive case studies, research links, and bonus chapters

    "Drawing on a wide spectrum of literature and expert guest authors to explain the reasoning behind treatment techniques this edition takes the reader on a wonderful clinical journey way beyond the Maitland concept." Reviewed by: Tobias Bremer Date: 24/07/2014

    "This text would be an excellent resource to any practising physiotherapist or health professional dealing with spinal disorders. It would enhance the manual skills and clinical reasoning of any therapist regardless of their experience. It is concise, clear to follow and covers each spinal section extensively with evidence-based practise and thought stimulating case studies and examples throughout." Reviewed by: Tracy Ward, MCSP, BSc (HONS), MSc, Senior Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Specialist, BMI Healthcare Albyn Hospital, Aberdeen, Date: Oct 14




    Features:


    • World-leading experts provide evidence relating the Maitland Concept to clinical practice
    • Evidence supporting practice
    • Covers both subjective and physical examination
    • Best practice management using mobilization and manipulation
    • Case studies – how and when to integrate the Maitland Concept into clinical practice
    • Chapter-based learning outcomes, keywords and glossaries
    • Companion website – Maitland’s Manipulation eResources (http://www.maitlandsresources.com)




    New To This Edition:


    • Expert perspectives and supporting evidence
    • Case studies
    • Companion website – www.maitlandsresources.com – containing:
      • Video Bank of over 480 video clips showing examination and treatment techniques
      • Image Bank of over 1,000 illustrations
      • Interactive case studies
      • Over 200 MCQs
      • Bonus chapters on additional principles and techniques of examination / treatment
      • Weblink references to abstracts

     

  • 44600lei 405.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Breast Cancer and Gynecological Cancer Rehabilitation provides clinicians with a concise and accessible resource covering the holistic rehabilitation of breast cancer patients. This book begins with the epidemiology, genetics and pathophysiology of breast cancer and moves into clinical assessment and treatment options before providing comprehensive coverage of rehabilitation. Containing practical information, best practices and the latest advances and research, this book provides a valuable reference for physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians and residents, as well as occupational therapists and physical therapists.

    Key Features

    • Provides a clear understanding of the current medical, surgical, and radiation treatments for breast cancer.
    • Covers the whole spectrum of breast cancer rehabilitation, including the role of physical and occupational therapy, treatment of anxiety and depression, pain syndromes, integrative care, nutritional rehabilitation, palliative care, and more.
    • Offers a timely and convenient resource written by leading experts in breast cancer and rehabilitation.



    Table Of Contents:


    Dedication
    Adrian Cristian

    Preface
    Adrian Cristian

    Section I

    1. Cascade of disability in Breast Cancer and Gynecologic Cancer-assessment and treatment
    Adrian Cristian

    2. Practice Implementation and Outcomes Measurement
    Nicole L. Stout

    3. Exercise while living with Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Susan Maltser and Carly Rothman

    4. Cancer Related Fatigue in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Jasmine Zheng and Betty Chernack

    5. Nutritional rehabilitation of the Breast and Gynecologic Cancer patient
    Karla Otero, Claudia Ferri and Carla Araya

    6. A Comprehensive Approach to Psychosocial Distress and Anxiety in Breast and Gynecological Cancer
    Sherry Hite

    7. Prehabilitation in Breast and Gynecologic Oncology
    Sasha E. Knowlton

    Section II

    8. Systemic therapy for the Treatment of Breast Cancer
    Ana Cristina Sandoval Leon and Angelique Richardson

    9. Principles of Radiation Therapy in Breast Cancer
    Maria Amelia Rodrigues

    10. Breast Cancer Surgery
    Jane Mendez

    11. Reconstructive Surgery and Post-Operative Care for Breast Cancer
    Harry Michael Salinas, Miguel Medina and Austin Jacob Pourmoussa

    12. Skeletal Metastasis in Breast Cancer
    Theresa Pazionis

    13. Shoulder Dysfunction in Breast Cancer
    Diana Molinares and Adrian Cristian

    14. The role of Interventional Pain Management in Breast Cancer
    Ashish Khanna

    15. Aromatase Inhibitor Musculoskeletal Syndrome
    Jonas Sokolof and Monica Gibilisco

    Section III

    16. Systemic Therapy for the Treatment of Gynecologic Malignancies
    John Paul Diaz

    17. Principles of Radiation Therapy in Gynecologic Cancer
    Allie Garcia-Serra

    18. Surgical Gynecologic Oncolcogy
    Nicholas C. Lambrou and Angel Amadeo

    19. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Gynecologic Cancer
    Louise Van Voorhis Gleason

    Section IV

    20. Cancer Related Cognitive Impairment-Diagnosis, pathogenesis and management
    Beatriz Currier, Aileen Moreno and Richard A. Hamilton

    21. Lymphedema in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Mary Crosswell and Adrian Cristian

    22. Peripheral Nervous System Involvement in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Christian M. Custodio and Franchesca Konig

    23. Inpatient Rehabilitation of Patients with Breast Cancer and Gynecologic Cancer
    Terence Pugh

    24. Palliative Care and Symptom Management in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Marianna Khawand and Suleyki Medina

    25. Reproductive Issues and Fertility in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    John Paul Diaz and Elina Melik-Levine

    26. Oncology Massage Therapy in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Kristen Galamaga

     

     

  • 420.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Success in massage therapy begins with a solid foundation in the fundamentals! Mosby’s Fundamentals of Therapeutic Massage, 7th Edition helps you build the skills you need, from assessing problems and planning treatment to mastering massage techniques and protocols. Hundreds of photographs demonstrate massage techniques step by step, and case studies bring concepts to life. ‘How-to’ videos on the Evolve companion website show manipulation techniques, body mechanics, positioning and draping, and more. If you want to prepare for licensing and certification exams and succeed in practice, this resource from massage therapy expert Sandy Fritz is your text of choice.



    Features:

    • Comprehensive coverage includes all of the fundamentals of therapeutic massage, including massage techniques, equipment and supplies, wellness, working with special populations, and business considerations; it also prepares you for success on licensing and certification exams.
    • Step-by-step, full-color photographs demonstrate massage techniques and protocols by body area.
    • Three hours of video on the Evolve website demonstrate techniques and body mechanics - each clip is narrated and performed by author Sandy Fritz - as well as review activities for licensing exams. 
    • Proficiency exercises provide opportunities to practice and apply what you are learning.
    • Case studies offer practice with clinical reasoning and prepare you to address conditions commonly encountered in professional practice.
    • Coverage of body mechanics helps you to create an ergonomically effective massage environment and to determine appropriate pressure, drag, and duration application while applying massage methods.
    • Coverage of multiple charting methods helps you develop record-keeping and documentation skills, including SOAP and computer charting with simulation on Evolve.
    • Learning features include chapter outlines, objectives, summaries, key terms, practical applications, activities and exercises, and workbook-type practice.
    • Review tools include matching exercises, short answer questions, fill-in-the-blank questions, drawing exercises, and critical thinking questions, all available on Evolve.
    • Research Literacy and Evidence-Based Practice chapter includes new research findings and explains how research is done, and how to read and understand it.
    • Adaptive Massage chapter explains how to address the needs of specific populations, from pregnant women and infants to hospice patients and people with physical impairments.
    • Massage Career Tracks and Practice Settings chapter covers massage therapy services offered at spas, and looks at the spa as a possible massage career.
    • In-depth coverage of HIPAA shows how to store records in a HIPAA-compliant manner and explains HIPAA requirements and training.
    • Foot in the Door boxes outline the professional skills expected by prospective employers.
    • Updated Basic Pharmacology for the Massage Therapist appendix provides up-to-date information on common medications.

    New To This Edition:

    • NEW! Mock licensing exam is added to the Evolve companion website, and the text now includes review questions at the end of each chapter.
    • NEW! Additional content on critical thinking and research helps in building an evidence-informed practice.
    • NEW! Increased coverage of human trafficking is designed to raise awareness and prevent the spread of this criminal activity.
    • NEW! Updated illustrations in Body Mechanics chapter show how to create an ergonomically effective massage environment.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Therapeutic Massage as a Profession
    2. Ethics, Professionalism, and Legal Issues
    3. Business Considerations for a Career in Therapeutic Massage
    4. Massage and Medical Terminology for Professional Record Keeping
    5. Research Literacy and Evidence-Based Practice
    6. Indications and Contraindications for Therapeutic Massage
    7. Hygiene, Sanitation, and Safety
    8. Body Mechanics
    9. Preparation for Massage: Equipment, Professional Environment, Positioning, and Draping
    10. Massage Manipulations and Techniques
    11. Assessment Procedures for Developing a Care/Treatment Plan
    12. Complementary Bodywork Systems
    13. Massage Career Tracks and Practice Settings
    14. Adaptive Massage
    15. Wellness Education
    16. Case Studies
    Appendix A: Indications and Contraindications to Massage
    Appendix B: Skin Pathology: Common Skin Disorders
    Appendix C: Basic Pharmacology for the Massage Therapist
    Glossary

       

  • Pediatric Hand Therapy
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    44000lei 420.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Get a quick, expert overview of optimal therapeutic interventions for pediatric patients with musculoskeletal conditions of the hand. This concise resource by Drs. Joshua Abzug, Scott Kozin, and Rebecca Neiduski offers practical recommendations and guidelines along with key background information, for a well-rounded, concise perspective on hand therapy for children. You’ll benefit from the knowledge and experience of orthopaedic surgeons and other members of the rehabilitation care team who provide a real-world, multidisciplinary approach to this complex field.

    Features:

    - Covers a range of musculoskeletal conditions, including: congenital disorders, joint disorders, neuromuscular disorders, sports-related injuries, and trauma.
    - Includes supporting background information, including an overview of embryology, intrauterine diagnosis, and physical functional development. 
    - Covers complementary, practical, and clinical approaches, including orthotic intervention and prosthetics.
    - Editors and contributors represent orthopaedic surgeons and members of the rehabilitation care team for a well-rounded perspective.

    Table Of Contents:

    SECTION I - BACKGROUND
    1 Embryology and Intrauterine Diagnosis
    2 Hand Function: Typical Development

    SECTION II - EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT
    3 Physical Examination of the Pediatric Upper Extremity
    4 Outcome Measures

    SECTION III - COMPLEMENTARY, PRACTICAL, AND CLINICAL APPROACHES
    5 Splinting, Taping, and Adaptation
    6 Pediatric Hand Therapy-Prosthetics and Training

    SECTION IV - CONGENITAL DISORDERS
    7 Congenital-Syndactyly
    8 Rehabilitation of the Pediatric Upper Extremity Congenital Part II-Polydactyly
    9 Congenital II: Radial Longitudinal Deficiency and Thumb Hypoplasia
    10 Arthrogryposis

    SECTION V - NEURO AND NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
    11 Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy-Introduction and Initial Treatment
    12 Brachial Plexus: Primary Surgery
    13 Brachial Plexus Pre- and Post-Op Management: Secondary
    14 Cerebral Palsy
    15 Tetraplegia: Nerve and Tendon Transfers

    SECTION VI - JOINT DISORDERS
    16 Multiligamentous Laxity
    17 Rheumatologic Disorders

    SECTION VII - TRAUMA
    18 Fractures: Hand and Wrist
    19 Fractures of the Pediatric Elbow and Shoulder
    20 Tendon Injuries and Trigger Digits
    21 Surgical and Therapeutic Management of Volkmann’s Ischemic Contracture and Free Functional Muscle Transfer
    22 Amputations and Replants
    23 Pediatric Hand Burn Therapy

    SECTION VIII - SPORTS
    24 Pediatric Sports Injuries: Little League Elbow, Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Elbow, Gymnast Wrist
    25 Pediatric Hand Therapy-Sports Shoulder: Throwing Athletes

       

     

  • 420.00 lei

    Description:

     

    Evidence suggests a direct correlation between the quality of postoperative orthopaedic rehabilitation and the effectiveness of the surgery. Clinical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, 4th Edition, helps today’s orthopaedic teams apply the most effective, evidence-based protocols for maximizing return to function following common sports injuries and post-surgical conditions. Charles Giangarra, MD and Robert Manske, PT continue the commitment to excellence established by Dr. S. Brent Brotzman in previous editions, bringing a fresh perspective to the team approach to rehabilitation.

    Every section is written by a combination of surgeons, physical therapists, and occupational therapists, making this respected text a truly practical "how-to" guide for the appropriate initial exam, differential diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.

    Treatment and rehabilitation protocols are presented in a step-by-step, algorithmic format with each new phase begun after criteria are met (criteria-based progression, reflecting current best practice).

    Revised content brings you up to date with new evidence-based literature on examination techniques, classification systems, differential diagnosis, treatment options, and criteria-based rehabilitation protocols.

    Extensive updates throughout include new chapters on: medial patellofemoral ligament, shoulder impingement, pec major ruptures, thoracic outlet syndrome, general humeral fractures, foot and ankle fractures, medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction, the arthritic hip, athletic pubalgia, and labral repair and reconstruction.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Section 1. Hand and Wrist Injuries

    1. Flexor Tendon Injuries

    Important Points for Rehabilitation After Flexor Tendon Laceration and Repair

    Rehabilitation Rationale and Basic Principles of Treatment After Flexor Tendon Repair

    2. Flexor Digitorum Profundus Avulsion (“Jersey Finger”)

    Background

    Treatment

    Tendon-to-Bone Repair Considerations

    Surgeon’s Preference

    3. Extensor Tendon Injuries

    Anatomy

    Extensor Tendon Injuries in Zones 1 and 2

    Extensor Tendon Injuries in Zone 3

    Extensor Tendon Injuries in Zones 4, 5, and 6

    Extensor Tendon Injuries in Zones 7 and 8

    Mallet Finger (Extensor Injury—Zone 1)

    4. Fractures and Dislocations of the Hand

    Metacarpal and Phalangeal Fractures

    Metacarpal Fractures

    Phalangeal Fractures of the Hand

    Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Injuries

    5. Fifth Metacarpal Neck Fracture (Boxer's Fracture)

    Background

    Clinical History and Examination

    Treatment

    6. Injuries to the Ulnar Collateral Ligament of the Thumb Metacarpophalangeal Joint (Gamekeeper’s Thumb)

    Background

    Evaluation

    Treatment

    7. Nerve Compression Syndromes

    Nerve Compression Physiology

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Bowler’s Thumb (Digital Neuritis)

    Pronator Syndrome

    Radial Nerve Compression

    Ulnar Nerve Compression

    8. Scaphoid Fractures

    Background

    Clinical History and Examination

    Treatment

    Rehabilitation

    9. Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex Injury

    Clinical Background

    Classification

    Diagnosis

    Imaging Studies

    Treatment

    10. Metacarpal Phalangeal Joint Arthroplasty

    Rehabilitation

    Section 2. Rehabilitation After Total Elbow Arthroplasty

    11. The Total Elbow

    12. Rehabilitation After Fractures of the Forearm and Elbow

    Fractures of the Radius and Ulnar Shaft

    Both Bone Forearm Fracture Rehabilitation (Boland 2011)

    Fractures of the Elbow

    Radial Neck and Head Fractures

    Simple or Complex Elbow Dislocations

    13. Pediatric Elbow Injuries in the Throwing Athlete: Emphasis on Prevention

    Introduction

    Little Leaguer’s Elbow

    Medial Tension Injuries

    Lateral Compression Injuries

    Posterior Compression Injuries

    Prevention

    USA Baseball Guidelines

    14. Medial Collateral Ligament and Ulnar Nerve Injury at the Elbow

    Anatomy and Biomechanics

    Mechanism of Injury

    Evaluation

    Surgical Treatment

    15. Treating Flexion Contracture (Loss of Extension) in Throwing Athletes

    16. Post-Traumatic Elbow Stiffness

    Definition

    Classification

    Heterotopic Ossification

    Evaluation of the Stiff Elbow

    Nonsurgical Treatment

    Surgical Treatment

    Postsurgical Protocol

    17. Treatment and Rehabilitation of Elbow Dislocations

    Rehabilitation Considerations

    Anatomy and Biomechanics

    Mechanism of Injury

    Evaluation and Radiographs

    Classification

    Treatment

    Complications

    Rehabilitation Considerations

    Results

    18. Lateral and Medial Humeral Epicondylitis

    Introduction

    Epidemiology and Etiology

    Clinical Examination of the Elbow

    Anatomic Adaptations in the Athletic Elbow

    Elbow Examination Special Tests

    Treatment

    Definitions: Tendinitis and Tendinosis

    Eccentric Training Programs

    Combined Exercise Programs

    Rotator Cuff and Scapular Stabilization

    Advanced Distal Upper Extremity Exercises for Rehabilitation of Humeral Epicondylitis

    Return to Sport/Interval Return Programs

    19. Forearm Upper Extremity Nerve Entrapment Injuries

    Pronator Syndrome

    Radial Nerve Compression

    Ulnar Nerve Compression

    Peripheral Nerve Rehabilitation

    What I Tell My Patients

    Section 3. Shoulder Injuries

    20. General Principles of Shoulder Rehabilitation

    Background

    Shoulder Rehabilitation

    21. Importance of the History in the Diagnosis of Shoulder Pathology

    Structural Injury to the Rotator Cuff

    Glenohumeral Instability

    Detachment of the Superior Glenoid Labrum

    Scapulothoracic Dyskinesia, Core Stability Deficits, and Other Fitness or Technique-Related Provocations

    Adhesive Capsulitis ("Frozen Shoulder")

    Calcific Tendinitis

    Biceps Tendinosis

    Acromioclavicular Degenerative Joint Disease

    Glenohumeral Degenerative Joint Disease

    Cervical Spine Pathology

    Fractures

    General Shoulder Rehabilitation Goals

    22. Rotator Cuff Tendinitis in the Overhead Athlete

    Anatomy and Biomechanics

    The Throwing Cycle

    Pathogenesis

    History and Physical Examination

    Imaging

    Management

    Summary

    23. Rotator Cuff Repair

    Type of Repair

    Tear Pattern

    Size of the Tear

    Tissue Quality

    Location of the Tear

    Onset of Rotator Cuff Tear and Timing of the Repair

    Patient Variables

    Rehabilitation Situation and Surgeon’s Philosophic Approach

    Acute Tears

    Imaging

    Examination

    Treatment

    Rehabilitation Protocol

    Massive Rotator Cuff Repairs

    Conclusion

    24. Shoulder Instability Treatment and Rehabilitation

    Introduction

    Anatomic Considerations

    Terminology

    Diagnostic Evaluation: History, Physical Examination, and Imaging

    Treatment Options

    Postoperative Treatment and Rehabilitation

    25. Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)

    Introduction

    Typical Presentation

    Treatment

    26. Rehabilitation for Biceps Tendon Disorders and SLAP Lesions

    Rehabilitation Rationale

    History and Physical Examination

    Treatment

    Rehabilitation Considerations

    27. Scapular Dyskinesis

    Background

    Treatment

    28. Rehabilitation Following Total Shoulder and Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

    Introduction

    Surgical Aspects of Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

    Subscapularis Precautions

    Key Rehabilitation Concepts Following TSA

    Outcomes of Traditional Shoulder Arthroplasty

    Reverse TSA

    Phase I—Immediate Postsurgical/Joint Protection Phase

    Phase II—Active Range of Motion/Early Strengthening Phase (Weeks 6 to 12)

    Phase III—Moderate Strengthening (Week 12+)

    Phase IV—Continued Home Program (Typically 4+ months)

    Summary

    29. Upper Extremity Interval Throwing Progressions

    Shoulder Injuries in Golfers

    30. Shoulder Exercises for Injury Prevention in the Throwing Athlete

    Rest and Recovery

    Creating a Healthy Thrower's Shoulder

    31. Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficiency: Evaluation and Treatment

    Introduction

    The GIRD Concept

    Proposed Causes of GIRD

    Consequences of GIRD on the Biomechanics of the Human Shoulder

    Identifying GIRD

    Prevention and Treatment of GIRD

    Summary

    32. Postural Consideration for the Female Athlete’s Shoulder

    Ideal Posture

    Faulty Posture

    Treatment

    33. Impingement Syndrome

    Impingement Syndrome

    Treatment

    34. Pectoralis Major Rupture Repair

    Introduction and Overview

    Anatomy

    Mechanism of Injury

    Physical Examination

    Injury Classification

    Conservative versus Surgical Treatment

    Postsurgical Rehabilitation

    35. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in the Overhead Athlete

    Introduction

    Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Anatomic Relevance

    Pathophysiology

    Clinical Presentation with Examination

    Conservative and Surgical Management

    36. Proximal Humeral and Humeral Shaft Fractures

    Proximal Humeral Fractures

    Humeral Shaft Fractures

    37. The Use of a Functional Testing Algorithm (FTA) to Make Qualitative and Quantitative Decisions to Return Athletes Back to Sports Following Shoulder Injuries

    Functional Testing Algorithm Methods

    Summary

    Section 4. Foot and Ankle Injuries

    38. Foot and Ankle Fractures

    Introduction to Foot and Ankle Trauma

    Ankle Fractures

    Pilon Fractures

    Talus Fractures

    Calcaneus Fractures

    Lisfranc Fractures/Dislocations

    Metatarsal Fractures

    The Neuropathic Patient

    General Considerations

    Phase I: Protection (Weeks 1 to 6)

    Phase II: Mobilization (Weeks 6 to 8)

    Phase III: Function (Weeks 8 to 12)

    39. Ankle Sprains

    Relevant Anatomy

    Classification of Ankle Sprains

    Diagnosis

    The Injury and Healing Process

    Treatment and Rehabilitation Protocol For Acute Ankle Sprain

    Return to Activity Criteria After Acute Ankle Sprain

    Prevention of Ankle Sprains

    40. Ankle-Specific Perturbation Training

    Chronic Symptoms After a “Simple” Ankle Sprain

    41. Chronic Ankle Instability

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    42. Syndesmotic Injuries

    Diagnosis

    Classification of Syndesmotic Injury

    Treatment

    43. Inferior Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)

    Clinical Background

    Anatomy and Pathomechanics

    Myth of the Heel Spur

    Etiology

    Natural History

    Bilateral Heel Involvement

    Signs and Symptoms

    Evaluation of Patients With Inferior Heel Pain

    Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis

    Rupture of the Plantar Fascia

    44. Achilles Tendinopathy

    Examination

    Imaging

    Achilles Paratenonitis

    Achilles Tendinosis

    Achilles Paratenonitis With Tendinosis

    Insertional Achilles Tendinitis

    Retrocalcaneal Bursitis

    Treatment of Achilles Tendinopathy

    Eccentric Achilles Training for Achilles Pathology

    Eccentric Exercise Regimen

    Operative Treatment

    Postoperative Rehabilitation Progression After Achilles Tendon Débridement

    Other Treatment Modalities for Achilles Tendinopathy

    45. Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Background

    Clinical Signs and Symptoms

    Treatment of Acute Rupture of the Achilles Tendon

    Nonoperative Treatment of Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Operative Treatment for Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Rehabilitation After Operative Treatment of Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Chronic Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Return to Sports Recommendations After Achilles Rupture

    46. First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Sprain (Turf Toe)

    Signs and Symptoms

    Radiographic Evaluation

    Treatment

    Rehabilitation for Turf Toe

    Section 5. Knee Injuries

    47. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

    Background

    Treatment of ACL Injuries

    ACL Rehabilitation Rationale

    Other Rehabilitation Considerations After ACL Reconstruction

    48. Perturbation Training for Postoperative ACL Reconstruction and Patients Who Were Nonoperatively Treated and ACL Deficient

    Copers

    Noncopers

    49. Gender Issues in ACL Injury

    ACL Injury in the Female Athlete

    ACL Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Programs in Female Athletes

    50. Functional Testing, Functional Training, and Criteria for Return to Play After ACL Reconstruction

    Risks With Early Return To Sport

    Current Guidelines to Return to Sports

    Targeting End-Stage Rehabilitation

    51. Functional Performance Measures and Sports-Specific Rehabilitation for Lower Extremity Injuries: A Guide for a Safe Return to Sports

    Functional Training

    Functional Progressions

    Functional Performance Measures/Tests

    Functional Performance Testing Categories: Lower Extremities

    Advanced Lower Extremity Sports Assessment

    Limb Symmetry Index

    52. Treatment and Rehabilitation of Arthrofibrosis of the Knee

    Introduction

    Prevention

    Classification

    Treatment

    Results

    Conclusions

    53. Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

    Rehabilitation Rationale

    Evaluation

    Biomechanics of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament–Deficient Knee

    Biomechanics of Exercise

    Natural History

    Rehabilitation Considerations

    Patellofemoral Joint

    54. Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries

    Clinical Background

    Mechanism of Injury

    Diagnosis and Physical Examination

    Radiographic Examination

    Treatment of Isolated and Combined Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries

    Rehabilitation After MCL Injury

    55. Meniscal Injuries

    Clinical Background

    Meniscal Movement

    Rehabilitation Considerations

    56. Patellofemoral Disorders

    Clinical Background

    Clinical Pearls for Patellofemoral Pain

    Classification

    Evaluation of the Patellofemoral Joint

    Clinical Tests for Patellofemoral Disorders

    Important Points in Rehabilitation of Patellofemoral Disorders

    57. Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction

    Anatomy

    Pathogenesis

    Treatment

    58. Hip Strength and Kinematics in Patellofemoral Syndrome

    Additional Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Rehabilitation Considerations

    Patellar Excess Pressure Syndromes (GPPS versus ELPS)

    59. Overuse Syndromes of the Knee

    History of Patellar Tendinitis (Jumper’s Knee)

    Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

    History and Examination

    Predisposing Factors

    Treatment of Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

    60. Patellar Tendon Ruptures

    Background

    Anatomy and Biomechanics

    Etiology

    Clinical Evaluation

    Rehabilitation Following Surgical Treatment of Patellar Tendon Rupture

    61. Articular Cartilage Procedures of the Knee

    Clinical Background

    Types of Motion

    Muscle Strengthening

    Weight bearing Progression

    Important Rehabilitation Considerations

    Rehabilitation Protocol

    Troubleshooting Techniques After Articular Cartilage Procedures

    62. The Arthritic Knee

    Classification

    Diagnosis

    Radiographic Evaluation

    Treatment Options

    General Considerations

    Goals of Rehabilitation After Total Knee Arthroplasty

    63. Total Knee Replacement Protocol

    Section 6. Hip Injuries

    64. Hip Injuries

    Treatment of Intra-Articular Hip Pathology

    Hip Arthroscopy

    Postoperative Rehabilitation Following Hip Arthroscopy

    Open Procedures of the Hip

    Total Hip Arthroplasty

    Preoperative Patient Education

    Postoperative Physical Therapy

    Skilled Nursing and Home Health Interventions

    Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapy

    Return to Sport

    Sport-Specific Exercises for the Golfer with a Total Hip Replacement

    Treatment of Extra-Articular Hip Pathology

    Coxa Saltans

    Gluteal Tears

    65. The Arthritic Hip

    Clinical Background

    General Features of Osteoarthritis

    Primary Symptoms and Signs of Osteoarthritis

    Classification of Hip Arthritis

    Diagnosis of Hip Arthritis

    Treatment of Hip Arthritis

    66. Total Hip Replacement Rehabilitation: Progression and Restrictions

    Preoperative Management

    Surgical Approach

    Multimodal Pain Management

    Hip Precautions

    Postoperative Total Hip Arthroplasty Rehabilitation Programs

    Weight bearing

    Levels of Rehabilitative Care

    Postoperative Protocol After Primary Total Hip Replacement

    Return to Sport After Total Hip Replacement

    Sport-Specific Exercises for the Golfer With a Total Hip Replacement

    67. Groin Pain

    Background

    History

    Examination

    Treatment

    68. Hamstring Muscle Injuries in Athletes

    Considerations of Applied Anatomy and Biomechanics

    Classification of Hamstring Injury

    Etiologic Concerns

    Physical Examination

    Diagnostic Imaging

    Hamstring Injuries Other Than Strains

    Functional Progression and Return-to-Play Guidelines

    Prevention

    69. Athletic Pubalgia

    Introduction

    Epidemiology/Special Population (Athletic)

    Clinical Presentation

    Risk Factors

    Differential Diagnosis

    Anatomy

    Physical Examination

    Diagnosis

    Management

    Our Approach

    Conclusion

    70. Femoro-acetabular Impingement: Labral Repair and Reconstruction

    Introduction

    Relevant Anatomy

    Conservative Management and Preoperative Rehabilitation

    Surgical Treatment

    Postoperative Rehabilitation Guidelines

    Immediate Postoperative Rehabilitation

    Outpatient Rehabilitation

    Section 7. Spinal Disorders

    71. Whiplash Injury: Treatment and Rehabilitation

    The Whiplash Epidemic

    Diagnosis

    Treatment: Review of the Literature

    Treatment of Acute Whiplash (0 to 3 Weeks)

    Treatment of Subacute Whiplash (3 Weeks to 3 Months)

    Treating Chronic Whiplash (3 Months and More)

    72. Therapeutic Exercise for the Cervical Spine

    Exercises to Improve Muscular Coordination, Endurance, or Strength

    Exercises to Improve Muscular Coordination

    Exercises to Improve Muscular Endurance or Strength

    Exercises to Improve Repositioning Acuity, Oculomotor Control, or Postural Stability

    Exercises to Improve Mobility

    73. Treatment-Based Classification of Low Back Pain

    Background

    History

    74. Core Stabilization Training

    Anatomy

    Mechanisms of Injury to the Core

    Rehabilitation: Assessment and Intervention

    Where to Begin: Formal Motor Skill Training

    Incorporation Into Light Functional Tasks

    General Functional Exercises

    Dynamic, Progressive Functional Challenges

    Conclusion

    75. McKenzie Approach to Low Back Pain

    Types of Pain

    Activation of Pain

    Stages of Tissue Healing

    Intervertebral Disc

    McKenzie Classification of Syndromes

    McKenzie Evaluation

    Intervention

    Summary

    76. Rehabilitation Following Lumbar Disc Surgery

    Lumbar Disc Surgery

    Current Best Evidence: Postdiscectomy Rehabilitation

    The Postdiscectomy “Protocol”

    Education

    Exercise

    Walking Program

    Manual Therapy

    77. Chronic Back Pain and Pain Science

    Introduction

    Current Models for Managing Chronic Spinal Pain

    Important Issues in Understanding Pain

    The Brain’s Processing of Pain

    The Output Systems

    Chronic Pain: Best Evidence Management

    Conclusion

    78. Spinal Manipulation

    Defining Spinal Manipulation

    Evidence for Spinal Manipulative Therapy

    Clinical Prediction Rules

    The Audible Pop

    Spinal Positioning and Locking

    Cervical Spine

    Thoracic and Lumbar Spine

    Safety and Manipulative Techniques

    Contraindications and Precautions

    Spinal Manipulation Techniques

    79. Neurodynamics

    Manual Therapy for the Nervous System

    Adverse Neural Tension versus Neurodynamics

    Neurophysiology in Neurodynamics

    Nerve Sensitivity

    Central Sensitivity

    Clinical Neurobiomechanics

    The Base Tests

    Clinical Application of Neurodynamics

    Neurodynamic Treatment

    Summary

    80. Spondylolisthesis

    Definitions

    Diagnosis

    Treatment

    81. Lumbar Spine Microdiscectomy Surgical Rehabilitation

    Section 8. Special Topics

    82. Running Injuries: Etiology and Recovery-Based Treatment

    Gait: Walking and Running

    Education

    Building Capacity

    Principles of Optimal Run Training

    Summary

    83. Running Injuries: Shoes, Orthotics, and Return-to-Running Program

    Biomechanical and Anatomic Factors

    Shoes

    Patterns of Wear for Running Shoes

    Orthotics

    Medications

    Surgery

    Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

    Return-to-Running Algorithm 2 (Miller’s Recommendations)

    Summary

    84. Tendinopathy

    Medical Methods of Treatment

    Physical Therapy

    Index

     


  • 420.00 lei

    FOUR STARS from Doody's Star Ratings™

    This book provides students and clinicians with high quality information supported by illustrations and a useful combination of treatment principles and real-life examples.-- Doody's Book Review (Score: 98)

    This comprehensive volume provides vital support for both novice and experienced practitioners of Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) by integrating the latest theoretical foundations of NDT with real-life practice examples. The book is the culmination of a 5-year project by instructors of the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association to develop an up-to-date guide to the neurorehabilitation approach originally developed by Karl and Berta Bobath. With a large section of case studies in the book, additional online case studies, and supplemental materials including videos, tables, and photos, this book makes it simple to learn the practical aspects of neuro-developmental treatment.

    Special Features:

    • Presents the contemporary NDT Theory and Practice Model
    • Covers the entire what, why, who, and how of NDT
    • Includes thorough discussions of current and evolving research in neurorehabilitation
    • Offers insight into treatment techniques through supplemental videos that walk viewers through cases
    • Presents a detailed look at how occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists practice NDT within the scope of the individual disciplines
    • Demonstrates case histories visually through tables with baseline information and treatment updates, impairments as related to regions, and proposed interventions with expected impact
    • Illustrates NDT examination, evaluation, and intervention through a series of case reports spanning from infants to adults with posture and movement disorders
    • Facilitates learning with a practice model flow chart and schematic included on Thieme's MediaCenter online platform
    • Provides educators with instructional materials and strategies for entry-level to advanced learners
    • Written by more than 30 NDT practitioners (OTs, PTs, SLPs) giving a broad range of perspectives

    Used as the core textbook in NDT Certificate courses, Neuro-Developmental Treatment: A Guide to NDT Clinical Practice sets the standard in clinical practice for occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists who use, or intend to use, NDT in their work with infants, children, adolescents, and adults with postural and movement disorders.

  • Guccione's Geriatric Physical Therapy, 4th�Edition
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    50000lei 420.00 lei

    Description:

    Offering a comprehensive look at physical therapy science and practice, Guccione’s Geriatric Physical Therapy, 4th Edition is a perfect resource for both students and practitioners alike. Year after year, this text is recommended as the primary preparatory resource for the Geriatric Physical Therapy Specialization exam. And this new fourth edition only gets better. Content has been thoroughly revised to keep you up to date on the latest geriatric physical therapy protocols and conditions. Five new chapters have also been added to this edition to help you learn how to better manage common orthopedic, cardiopulmonary, and neurologic conditions; become familiar with functional outcomes and assessments; and better understand the psychosocial aspects of aging. In all, you can rely on Guccione’s Geriatric Physical Therapy to help you effectively care for today’s aging patient population.

    • Comprehensive coverage of geriatric physical therapy prepares students and clinicians you to provide thoughtful, evidence-based care for aging patients.
    • Combination of foundational knowledge and clinically relevant information gives you a meaningful background in how to effectively manage geriatric disorders
    • Updated information reflects the most recent and relevant information on the Geriatric Clinical Specialty Exam.
    • Standard APTA terminology introduces you to the terms you will hear in practice.
    • Expert authorship ensures all information is authoritative, current, and clinically accurate.
    • NEW! Thoroughly revised and updated content across all chapters keeps you up to date with the latest geriatric physical therapy protocols and conditions.
    • NEW! References located at the end of each chapter point you towards credible external sources for further information on a given topic.
    • NEW! Treatment chapters guide you in managing common conditions in orthopedics, cardiopulmonary, and neurology.
    • NEW! Chapter on functional outcomes and assessment lists relevant scores for the most frequently used tests.
    • NEW! Chapter on psychosocial aspects of aging give students a well-rounded view of the social and mental conditions commonly affecting their geriatric patients.
    • NEW! Chapter on frailty covers a wide variety of interventions to optimize treatment.

     

    ·  Chapter 1: Geriatric Physical Therapy in the 21st Century: Overarching Principles and Approaches to Practice

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Aging

    ·  Health, function, and disablement

    ·  Key principles in geriatric physical therapy

    ·  The physical therapist in geriatrics

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 2: Aging Demographics and Trends

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Demography

    ·  Mortality

    ·  Morbidity

    ·  Function

    ·  Health and Health Care Utilization

    ·  Chapter 3: Age-Related Physiological Changes: An Overview

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Aging: a decline in homeostasis

    ·  Musculoskeletal System

    ·  Exercise for reversing decline/preventing disease and sedentary lifestyle

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 4: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Psychosocial theories

    ·  Successful aging

    ·  Motivation and engagement

    ·  Life transitions

    ·  Gender and sexual identity

    ·  Sex and intimacy

    ·  Spirituality

    ·  Trauma-informed care and mental health conditions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 5: Environmental Design: Accommodating Sensory Changes and Mobility Limitations in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  General principles of design

    ·  General theories of environmental design

    ·  Sensory changes impacting independence and well-being within the environment

    ·  Impact of Sensory Changes on Driving

    ·  Adapting living environments to accommodate sensory changes

    ·  Teaching/consulting strategies

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 6: Geriatric Pharmacology

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Pattern of Drug Use in Older Adults: Problems of Polypharmacy

    ·  Altered Response to Drugs

    ·  Other factors that increase the risk of adverse drug reactions in older adults

    ·  Common Adverse Drug Reactions

    ·  Drug Classes Commonly Used In Older Adults

    ·  General strategies for coordinating physical therapy with drug treatment in older adults

    ·  Chapter 7: Functional Performance Measures and Assessment for Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Purposes of Measuring Functional Performance

    ·  Relationship Between Function And Impairments

    ·  Types of Functional Outcome Measures

    ·  Selection of Functional Performance Measures

    ·  Functional Performance Measures

    ·  Balance Measures

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 8: Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Physical activity

    ·  Physical stress theory

    ·  General indications and precautions

    ·  Elements of an exercise prescription

    ·  Application of principles to exercise types

    ·  Safety

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 9: Age-Related Changes in Gait and Mobility

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Normal gait

    ·  Pathologic gait changes

    ·  Interrelatedness of gait and cognition

    ·  Functional ambulation requirements

    ·  Examination and evaluation of gait

    ·  Plan of care and interventions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 10: Balance and Falls in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Definition and Classification of Falls

    ·  Fall Risk Factors

    ·  Postural Control and Aging

    ·  Examination and Evaluation of Balance and Risk of Falls

    ·  Examination of Impairments in Postural Control

    ·  Intervention

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 11: Patient Education: Implications for Physical Therapist Practice

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Patient Education in Physical Therapy

    ·  Learning Theory: Understanding How We Learn

    ·  The Older Learner

    ·  The Therapist as Teacher

    ·  Environmental Influences

    ·  Patient Education: Putting It All Together

    ·  Learning Assessment

    ·  Chapter 12: Caregiving of the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Caregiving Context and Statistics

    ·  Domains of Caregiver Activities

    ·  The Caregiver Role Trajectory

    ·  The Stress Process

    ·  Specific Caregiving Relationships

    ·  Multicultural Issues in Caregiving

    ·  Elder Abuse

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 13: The Older Adult Who Is Frail

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Prevalence

    ·  Models of frailty

    ·  Domains of frailty

    ·  Frailty transitions

    ·  Implications of frailty

    ·  Pathophysiology of frailty

    ·  Frailty and sarcopenia

    ·  Assessment of frailty

    ·  Management of frailty

    ·  Prevention

    ·  Chapter 14: Management of the Acutely Ill and Medically Complex Older Patient

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Review of Systems

    ·  Systems Review

    ·  Other Medical Issues

    ·  Prevention

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 15: Impaired Joint Mobility in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Joint mobility with aging

    ·  Joint Examination

    ·  Evaluation and Diagnosis

    ·  Intervention

    ·  Outcomes

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 16: Impaired Muscle Performance in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Consequences of sarcopenia

    ·  Muscle countermeasures for older individuals

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 17: Impaired Motor Control and Neurologic Rehabilitation in Older Adults

    ·  Acknowledgments

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Common Motor Control Impairments

    ·  Examination of Patients With Impaired Motor Control

    ·  Prognosis and Diagnosis

    ·  Plan of Care and Rehabilitation Approach

    ·  Current Evidence Underlying Impaired Motor Control Interventions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 18: Aerobic Capacity and the Management of the Patient with Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Limitations

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Physiology of aerobic capacity in older adults

    ·  Common Medical Conditions Impacting Aerobic Capacity

    ·  Pulmonary disease

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 19: Cognitive Issues in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Normal cognitive aging

    ·  Structural Changes in the Brain

    ·  Delirium

    ·  Dementia

    ·  Cognitive screening and assessment tools

    ·  Management

    ·  Carepartner education

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 20: The Management of Post-Surgical Orthopedic Conditions in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Health Behavior Change

    ·  Fractures

    ·  Hip and knee joint arthroplasties

    ·  Shoulder surgeries

    ·  Spinal surgeries

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 21: Management of Integumentary Conditions in Older Adults

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Aging-Related Changes in the Skin

    ·  Physical Skin Assessment

    ·  Common Skin Conditions

    ·  Common Wound Conditions

    ·  Quality of Life and Future Directions

    ·  Chapter 22: Management of the Pelvic Floor in Older Men and Women

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Normal Bladder Function

    ·  The Pelvic Floor

    ·  Bladder Control as a Geriatric Syndrome

    ·  Aging of the Genitourinary System

    ·  Urinary Tract Infections and Urinary Retention

    ·  Identification, Screening, and Assessment of Bladder Control Problems

    ·  Interventions

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 23: Wellness in the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Physical Wellness

    ·  Psychological wellness

    ·  Social wellness

    ·  Physical activity and exercise–focused wellness programs

    ·  Physical therapists’ scope of practice

    ·  Summary

    ·  Chapter 24: Acute Care Management of the Older Adult

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Issues with Hospitalization of the Older Adult

    ·  Preventative Initiatives and Programs

    ·  Care Coordination and Communication

    ·  Role of the Physical Therapist in the Acute Care Environment