Important areas which feature throughout are discussed in relation to the different neurological conditions and include:a non-prescriptive, multidisciplinary, problem-solving approach to patient managementinvolvement of the patient and carer in goal-setting and decision-making (client-centred practice)use of outcome measures to evaluate the effects of treatment in everyday practice use of case studies to illustrate clinical practicescientific evidence of treatment effectiveness Additional specialist editor – Dr Emma StackRefined content but with the inclusion of 4 brand new chapters: an introductory chapter on rehabilitation in practiceone on respiratory managementand two covering self management and falls under the section entitled Skill Acquisition and Learning11 new expert contributors join the reduced contributor team of 31
Neurorehabilitation in Physical Therapy delivers comprehensive coverage of the structure and function of the human nervous system. It also discusses normal motor development and motor control, as well as common treatment techniques in physical therapy. In order to be engaging to students, cases open each chapter, with questions about those cases appearing throughout the chapter. The text includes numerous tables, flow charts, illustrations, and multiple-choice board-style review questions and is enhanced by a roster of world-renowned clinical contributors.
Written by new international editors and contributors, this pocketbook provides quick and easy access to essential clinical information.
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
Key messages highlighted for assessment, treatment, and measurement of the most common neurological conditions
Instructors finally have a resource created specifically for physical therapy students taking a neuroanatomy course. Neuroanatomy for Physical Therapy provides readers with an understanding of the anatomical localization of brain function in order to help them accurately interpret the wealth of new human brain images now available. The author, a recognized expert in human nervous system development, includes numerous case studies with patient presentations, and due to its importance in physical therapy, extensive coverage of peripheral nerve damage.
• Content mirrors the standard physical therapy curriculum, freeing instructors from having to use neuroanatomy texts intended for medical students
• Numerous line illustrations, angiography, and brain views from MRI and other imaging modalities
• Author Tony Mosconi has been listed in the Who’s Who of American Teachers (four different years)