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Reviewer: Tiffany K. Frickert, PT, SCS, ATC (South Bay Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center )
Description: This book addresses the diagnosis and treatment of shoulder impairments by following the APTA's Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, 2nd Edition (APTA, 2001). It uses musculoskeletal patterns of practice and outcomes as they relate to the shoulder.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a guideline for rehabilitation of the shoulder in accordance with the practice patterns of the Guide to Practice. Although there are many books on the evaluation and treatment of the shoulder, none have addressed the shoulder based on specific impairments and the treatment that follows based on the grouping of selected impairments.
Audience: The book is written for the physical therapist, occupational therapist, athletic trainer, clinician, and student. Because this book bases its evaluative criteria on the APTA's guidelines, it would most benefit the physical therapist. The authors are different for each chapter, all of them are credible, and many of them are well known in the field of physical therapy.
Features: A review of anatomy and biomechanics is the introduction to this book. It proceeds to cover the diagnosis of the shoulder on an impairment-based model. Treatment and functional outcomes conclude the book. Pictures are used where necessary and tables help to summarize the information. The cadaver pictures should have included arrows to point to specific structures.
Assessment: Although there are several books that cover the same topics in this book, none to this point have done so based on the APTA's Guide to Practice. The book is helpful to currently practicing clinicians for the purpose of introducing the new system of classifying impairments. It follows that treatment is based upon the findings, and it allows a focus on outcomes, which are a determining factor in treatment and reimbursement.
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Researchers and practitioners of physical therapy and sports medicine integrate rehabilitation of the shoulder with the musculoskeletal practice patterns in the , published in 1997 by the American Physical Therapy Association. The reference is intended to present shoulder conditions from an impairment-based perspective so that the Guide's preferred practice patterns outlining treatment strategies can be used and assessed for feasibility and effectiveness. It can also serve as a resource on shoulder rehabilitation for entry-level clinicians even if they do not embrace the Guide. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Anatomy of the Shoulder 3
Ch. 2 Kinesiology of the Shoulder 25
Ch. 3 Diagnosis by Physical Therapists: Impairment-Based Model Versus Medical Model 45
Ch. 4 Impairment-Based Diagnosis for the Should Girdle 55
Ch. 5 Clinical Examination of the Shoulder 75
Ch. 6 Functional Outcome Measures for the Shoulder 132
Ch. 7 Musculoskeletal Pattern D: Impaired Joint Mobility, Motor Function, Muscle Performance, and Range of Motion Associated with Capsular Restriction 157
Ch. 8 Musculoskeletal Pattern E: Impaired Joint Mobility, Muscle Performance, and Range of Motion Associated with Ligament or Other Connective Tissue Disorders 181
Ch. 9 Musculoskeletal Pattern F: Impaired Joint Mobility, Motor Function, Muscle Performance, and Range of Motion Associated with Localized Inflammation 210
Ch. 10 Referred Pain Syndromes of the Shoulder: An Integration of Musculoskeletal Patterns D and G and Neuromuscular Pattern D 231
Ch. 11 Musculoskeletal Pattern I: Impaired Joint Mobility, Motor Function, Muscle Performance, and Range of Motion Associated with Joint Arthroplasty 264
Ch. 12 Musculoskeletal Pattern J: Impaired Joint Mobility, Motor Function, Muscle Performance, and Range of Motion Associated with Bony or Soft Tissue Surgical Procedures 292
Ch. 13 Clinical Reasoning in the Use of Manual Therapy Techniques for the Shoulder Girdle 317
Ch. 14 Neuromuscular Re-education Strategies for the Shoulder Girdle 347
Ch. 15 Aquatic Rehabilitation of the Shoulder 366
Ch. 16 Therapeutic Exercise and Functional Progression of the Shoulder 379
Ch. 17 Open and Closed Chain Exercises for the Shoulder 399
Index 417
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