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The definitive guide to designing and implementing evidence-based rehabilitation programs using therapeutic exercise -- updated in full colorA Doody's Core Title for 2015!
Musculoskeletal Interventions, 3rd Edition, is a comprehensive guide to the system considerations, design, implementation, and progression of rehabilitation programs for musculoskeletal injuries and dysfunction. Encompassing many aspects of musculoskeletal rehabilitation, with contributions from many renowned authors, it focuses on the practical application of theory in a clinical setting, making it valuable to both students and experienced physical therapists. Musculoskeletal Interventions features an easy-to-follow body region and functional approach to intervention strategies and is logically divided into five sections:
Foundations of the Rehabilitation Process
Addresses the important considerations in designing a rehabilitation program for the patient with a musculoskeletal injury
Provides a guide-based overview of the rehabilitation process as well as an introduction to Clinical Reasoning and Algorithmic Thinking in rehabilitation
Treating Physiologic Impairments During Rehabilitation
Presents information on various physical impairments that may need to be addressed as part of the rehabilitation process
The Tools of Rehabilitation
Provides an overview of important rehabilitation tools and strategies
Delivers detailed coverage of how these interventions should be incorporated into a rehabilitation program to achieve the individualized treatment goals for patients with musculoskeletal pathologies
Intervention Strategies for Specific Injuries
Covers specific rehabilitation techniques and interventions applied to the treatment of a wide variety of regional musculoskeletal injuries, dysfunctions, and post-operative conditions
Special Consideration for Specific Patient Populations
Discusses treatment considerations for specific patient populations, such as the geriatric patient, pediatric patient, and physically active female
This edition is enhanced by a new full-color presentation, as well as the inclusion of valuablelearning aids, such as clinical pearls, protocol grids, algorithms, learning objectives at the beginning of eachchapter, and end-of-chapter treatment guidelines and references.
Dr. William Prentice is Professor of Exercise and Sport Science and Coordinator of the Sports Medicine Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he also serves as the Director of the NATA approved Graduate Athletic Training Education Program. He received his BS and MS from the University of Delaware and his Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Applied Physiology from the University of Virginia. He also has a BS in Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina. He is a Certified Member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and has received the Sayers A. "Bud" Miller Distinguished Athletic Trainer Educator Award and the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award from the NATA. In 2004 he was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame. Dr. Prentice served as the Athletic Trainer for the Women's Soccer Program, which has won eighteen NCAA National Championships. He teaches graduate courses in sports medicine and athletic training. Dr. Prentice is the author of nine best-selling texts in athletic training, sports medicine, and health-related fitness. McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide
Part I: Foundations of theRehabilitation Process Chapter 1: Introduction to theRehabilitation Process: The Guide toPhysical Therapist Practice Chapter 2: Clinical Decision Making inRehabilitation, The Patient-ClientManagement Model Chapter 3: Understanding and Managingthe Healing Process throughRehabilitation Chapter 4: The NeuromuscularScanning Examination Chapter 5: Clinical Reasoning: AnAlgorithm-based Approach toMusculoskeletal RehabilitationPart II: Treating PhysiologicImpairments DuringRehabilitation Chapter 6: Impairment Due to Pain:Managing Pain During the RehabilitationProcess Chapter 7: Impaired Posture andFunction Chapter 8: Impaired MusclePerformance: Regaining MuscularStrength and Endurance Appendix A: ACSM Position Statements onStrength Training Chapter 9: Impaired Endurance:Maintaining Aerobic Capacity andEndurance Appendix B: ACSM PositionStatements on Fitness Development Chapter 10: Impaired Mobility: RestoringRange of Motion and ImprovingFlexibility Chapter 11: Impaired NeuromuscularControl: Reactive NeuromuscularTraining Part III: The Tools ofRehabilitation Chapter 12: Isokinetics in Rehabilitation Chapter 13: Plyometric Exercise in Rehabilitation Chapter 14: Open- versusClosed-Kinetic Chain Exercises inRehabilitation Chapter 15: ProprioceptiveNeuromuscular Facilitation Techniquesin Rehabilitation Chapter 16: Joint MobilizationTechniques in Rehabilitation Chapter 17: Strategies for ImprovingBalance Chapter 18: Core Stabilization inRehabilitation Chapter 19: Aquatic Therapy inRehabilitation Chapter 20: Functional MovementScreening Chapter 21: Functional Progressionsand Functional Testing in Rehabilitation Chapter 22: Orthotics in Rehabilitation Chapter 23: Designing Exercise Programs for Home and Clinical Progressions Chapter 24: Essentials of FunctionalExercise: A Four-Step Clinical Model forTherapeutic Exercise Prescription Part IV: Interventions Strategiesfor Specific Regions Chapter 25: Rehab of the Shoulder Chapter 26: Rehab of the Elbow Chapter 27: Rehab of the Wrist, Handand Fingers Chapter 28: Rehab of the Groin, Hip, andThigh Chapter 29: Rehab of the Knee Chapter 30: Rehab of the Lower Leg Chapter 31: Rehab of the Ankle and Foot Chapter 32: Rehab of Injuries to theSpine Part V: Special Considerationsfor Specific Patient Populations Chapter 33: RehabilitationConsiderations with the Geriatric Patient Chapter 34: Considerations for thePediatric Patient Chapter 35: Considerations for treatingAmputees Chapter 36: Considerations for theActive Female