Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Physical Management for Neurological Conditions 4th Edition

by Sheila Lennon PhD MSc BSc FCSP

Following the success of the previous three editions,Physical Management for Neurological Conditions4thedition remains the most up-to-date evidence-based textbook for undergraduate students in health professions and qualified therapists. 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.

Grieve’s Modern Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

by Gwendolen Jull

  • Presents state-of-the-art manual therapy research from the last 10 years
  • Multidisciplinary authorship presents the viewpoints of different professions crucial to the ongoing back pain management debate
  • Highly illustrated and fully referenced

Educating Physical Therapists

by Gail Jensen PT PhD FAPTA

The Preparation for the Professions Program by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching focused on education in five professions (clergy, law, engineering, nursing, and medicine), but its influence has been felt throughout higher education and has inspired other professions to turn a critical eye to their own pedagogy. Modeled after the Carnegie Foundation’s example, Drs. Gail Jensen, Elizabeth Mostrom, Laurita Hack, Terrence Nordstrom, and Jan Gwyer began an examination of the state of physical therapist education in the United States in their study, Physical Therapist Education for the Twenty First Century (PTE-21): Innovation and Excellence in Physical Therapist Academic and Clinical Education. With the same team of authors, Educating Physical Therapists documents this examination, detailing the key findings of the study and expanding on its implications. The text begins by looking at the current state of physical therapist education across the continuum, from professional education through residency, then continues by describing exemplars of excellence and best practices that were observed in academic and clinical settings. Through this survey of the profession, a conceptual model of excellence in physical therapist education is derived and presented with practical recommendations. Areas addressed:

  • Elements that promote a culture of excellence
  • Critical needs for advancing learning and the learning sciences
  • Academic and clinical organizational imperatives
  • The critical need for system-based reform
Finally, after looking at the current state of physical therapy education, Educating Physical Therapists looks to the future, providing a reimagined vision for what professional education and the profession could be. These recommendations for growth come with commentary by international experts in physical therapy education, providing a wide range of perspectives. After an intensive examination of physical therapist education, Educating Physical Therapists is designed to change the way educators and administrators across academic and clinical settings prepare physical therapists for the future. From the Foreword… “The authors of this volume have much to teach us, and they have taught us well. We can accept their recommendations, or we can argue with them. To ignore them is impossible.” -Lee S. Shulman, PhD, President Emeritus, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review

by Cuccurullo MD, Dr. Sara (Author)

This third edition of the incomparable review bible for the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Examination has been completely updated to reflect current practice and the core knowledge tested on the exam. Known for its organization, consistency, and clarity, the book distills the essentials and provides focused reviews of all major topics. Coverage is expanded in the third edition to include dedicated sections on pain management, medical ethics, and ultrasound that reflect new board requirements.

Physical Agents: Theory and Practice 3rd Edition

by Barbara J. Behrens PTA MS (Author), Holly Beinert PT MPT (Author)

Develop the clinical decision-making skills you need to be a successful PTA. This easy-to-follow approach helps you learn how to successfully relate thermal, mechanical, and electrical modalities with specific therapeutic goals while understanding all of the physiologic ramifications. Drawing from the

Physiotherapie und Prothetik nach Amputation der unteren Extremität (Rehabilitation und Prävention) (German Edition) (German) Paperback – October 28, 1997

by Gertrude Mensch (Author),‎ Wieland Kaphingst (Author),‎ G. Neff (Foreword),‎ H.U. Kersting (Foreword)

Wissenssaustausch und Teamarbeit zwischen Physiotherapeuten und Orthopädietechnikern sind entscheidend für die erfolgreiche Rehabilitation nach Amputation. Vertreter beider Bereiche fassen in diesem Buch die verschiedenen Aufgabengebiete erstmals zusammen. Neben Planung und

Technology and the Treatment of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Autism and Child Psychopathology Series) 1st ed. 2016 Edition

by Teresa A. Cardon (Editor)

This volume analyzes recent technological breakthroughs in aiding children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Chapters offer practical guidance in such areas as assessment, treatment planning, and collaborative intervention. The book also presents findings on hardware and software

Medical Complications in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1st Edition

by Diana Cardenas MD MHA (Author),‎ Thomas Hooton MD (Author)

The only book to combine the perspectives of both physical medicine and rehabilitation and internal medicine, this practical handbook provides physiatrists and residents in training with a concise description of common medical concerns that can disrupt or complicate therapy and

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