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"This text is a phenomenal reference for the experienced or student physical therapist. It is a wonderful addition to physical therapy literature, providing an excellent example of the physical therapist's role in the management of integumentary issues. The authors who have assisted Dr. Moffat in this book are experts in integumentary issues and provide examples demonstrating their clinical mastery."
— Pamela G. Unger, PT, CWS, The Center for Advanced Wound Care, Reading, Pennsylvania
“Each element section is clearly written and is exceptionally complete. . . The tables are well organized and contain numerous assessment and classification scales, laboratory reference values, and explanations and methodology of various tests and measures, as well as bulleted item summaries of pertinent information. . . Each chapter is well referenced and provides the reader with additional literature for further information. In summary, the text meets the needs of students and both beginning and experienced clinicians who want to integrate the parameters of the Guide into the integumentary practice area. It will serve as a wonderful addition to the physical therapy wound management texts currently available."
— Thomas Hudson, PT, PCS, Physical Therapy
"The text does an excellent job of aligning itself with the guide. . . The description of the text is comprehensive with an excellent understanding for the student and reference for the clinician. . .This is an excellent text for all students entering the field of physical therapy and a good reference for practicing physical therapists, especially those with little expertise in this area. . . This text will assist students and physical therapists with the reference needed when this system is impaired to refer to the appropriate health care professional. I would highly recommend this text to all students, physical therapists, and clinical libraries."
— Daryl Lawson, PT, DPTSc, Orthopaedic Practice
"...how very impressed I am with this content. Very thorough-very easy for faculty and students to use in coursework. What a wonderful contribution to the profession."
— Carol M. Davis, PT, EdD, MS, FAPTA, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Coral Gables, FL