Physical Rehabilitation Evidence-Based Examination, Evaluation, and Intervention

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About Book

This text was inspired by the process of editing the second edition of Physical Agents in Rehabilitation by Michelle Cameron. As\swe updated that book so that it was consistent with the terminology\spresented in the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice (Guide), we\srealized that, although the Guide provides a framework for describing and\simplementing physical therapy, it does not evaluate the evidence for\sspecific management approaches or make specific recommendations for\spatient care in physical rehabilitation. Furthermore, no other book matched the\sneed for a broad-based, entry-level textbook that employed the structure and\slanguage of the Guide to deliver evidence-based patient management\srecommendations across the breadth of physical rehabilitation.

This work and its supplementary materials give rehabilitation students and practising clinicians with clear guidelines for evidence-based physical rehabilitation examination, evaluation, and intervention strategies for a wide variety of patients. It gives information for the generalist and will\sguide the specialist in delivering care beyond his or her area of expertise.

The case studies supplied in each chapter and on the accompanying CD\sdemonstrate the application of the presented material within a clinical\scontext.

The book starts with a chapter that more completely covers the rest of\sthe chapters and the themes given. Following this is an overview of evidence-based practise. Subsequently, the book comprises one\schapter for each preferred practise pattern (physical therapy diagnosis)\spresented in the Guide and four extra chapters that describe\sinterventions, such as assistive devices and environmental adaptations that\sare common to numerous preferred practise patterns. This book's organisation, sequence, terminology, and concepts are based on those in the Guide. The first four portions of the book are the same as the\sGuide’s categories of ideal practise patterns. In addition, each chapter\sin these areas of the book provides pathology, examination, evaluation, and\sinterventions relating to the chosen practise pattern. Section Five of the\sbook contains interventions that overlap several practise patterns and are\stherefore more effectively handled collectively. All of the chapters have a\sconsistent language and format to make information clear and readily\saccessible and to improve learning and retention. In addition, all chapters are\sthoroughly referenced with up-to-date primary research, and all feature\sinformation about extra resources for the specific area of\spractice and have a complete glossary of important terms and concepts.

The CD included with this book supplements the text's content. The CD contains additional case studies for all chapters; direct electronic links to clinically useful online resources and to all listed references; printable, modifiable forms related to the chapter's content; boards-style multiple-choice study questions; vocabulary-building exercises based on the glossaries; animations that demonstrate procedures or body processes; and a variety of other helpful tools and information.

In addition, instructors utilising this text will have online access to all of the aforementioned student resources, lab exercises for each chapter, and an electronic image collection.

We hope that this text provides you with the most lucidly written, up-to-date, evidence-based information and suggestions for rehabilitation patient management. Your opinion is appreciated and will help improve future editions of this work for students.

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