Clinical Procedures in Therapeutic Exercise / Edition 2

Clinical Procedures in Therapeutic Exercise / Edition 2

by Patricia Sullivan, Christine Sullivan, Markos
     
 

ISBN-10: 0838513395

ISBN-13: 9780838513392

Pub. Date: 01/02/1996

Publisher: Prentice Hall

Designed to complement Clinical Decision Making in Therapeutic Exercise, this manual provides step-by-step instruction in the performance of therapeutic exercises. This book focuses on the performance of certain patterns as active movement, how functional and developmental activities are combined with technique to promote movement control, and how equipment such as

Overview

Designed to complement Clinical Decision Making in Therapeutic Exercise, this manual provides step-by-step instruction in the performance of therapeutic exercises. This book focuses on the performance of certain patterns as active movement, how functional and developmental activities are combined with technique to promote movement control, and how equipment such as pulleys and elastic bands are used to manipulate muscle groups. P hysical therapists, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780838513392
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
01/02/1996
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
8.72(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.59(d)

Table of Contents

1. PATTERNS PERFORMED AS ACTIVE MOVEMENT.

1. Upper Extremity.

2. Lower Extremity.

3. Rolling.

4. Study Questions.

2. MAT PROCEDURES.

1. Stages of Control.

2. Supine, Rolling Progression.

3. Prone Progression.

4. Lower Trunk Progression.

5. Upright Progression.

6. Study Questions.

3. EXTREMITY PROCEDURES.

1. Upper Trunk.

2. Bilateral Upper Extremity.

3. Unilateral Upper Extremity.

4. Head and Neck.

5. Facial and Tongue.

6. Lower Trunk.

7. Bilateral Lower Extremity.

8. Unilateral Lower Extremity.

9. Summary.

10. Worksheets.

4. EQUIPMENT - PULLEYS.

1. Upper Trunk Extension.

2. Upper Trunk Flexion.

3. Bilateral Symmetrical D2F.

4. Bilateral Symmetrical D1E and D1.

5. Unilateral Upper Extremity.

6. Shoulder Extension.

7. Lower Trunk Extension.

8. Knee Extension and Flexion.

9. Rolling.

10. Hip and Knee Extension.

11. Lower Trunk Rotation.

12. Summary.

5. INTERVENTION MODELS.

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