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This comprehensive textbook of musculoskeletal rehabilitation features discussion of both conservative and post-surgical rehabilitation. ORTHOPAEDIC PHYSICAL THERAPY, 3rd Edition offers thorough coverage of the evaluation and treatment of the musculoskeletal system, organized by body region. A wealth of illustrations enhances the text and help users grasp various techniques. This outstanding tool focuses on the variety of different manual therapy techniques available, including mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, and neural mobilization. Discussions of the Cyriax, Maitland, and McKenzie techniques are also featured.

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Reviewer: Ben Kivlan, MPT (North Hills Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy)
Description: This is the third edition of an updated and comprehensive text on orthopedic evaluation and treatment for the physical therapist.
Purpose: The purpose is to present orthopedic physical therapy practice that is current and scientifically-based.
Audience: The book is directed towards physical therapy students, practitioners, and specialists in orthopedic physical therapy to educate and be used as a reference.
Features: The first section provides a fundamental outlook on the concepts that govern many of the treatment strategies in orthopedic physical therapy. The remainder of the book is organized logically into chapters that specifically examine evaluation and treatment programs for each anatomical area. The book is well illustrated throughout to exemplify concepts and manual techniques.
Assessment: The book is conveniently organized and offers a fairly comprehensive review of orthopedic physical therapy. This edition has improved from previous editions as it adds informative chapters on foot orthotics and neural tissue disorders. The book also places a greater emphasis on postsurgical rehabilitation. It is a well illustrated, which is helpful in learning manual techniques. As was true in the previous editions, the coverage of SI and lumbar spine pathologies is the strength of the book. Although Barrow and McGee's Practical Measurement and Assessment, 5th edition (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000) may be superior in covering evaluative skills, and Brotzman's Clinical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (Mosby, 1996) offers more extensive treatment protocols, this book is an excellent contemporary resource for the orthopedic clinician or aspiring student in a manual therapy course.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780443079931
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 4/3/2001
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 656
  • Product dimensions: 8.68 (w) x 11.24 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Tissue Response: Mary Engles
Chapter 2: Exercise Treatment for the Rehabilitated Patient: Cardiopulmonary & Peripheral Responses: Scot Irwin
Chapter 3: Theory & Practice of Muscle Strengthening in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy: Lynn Snyder-Mackler
Chapter 4: Upper Quarter Evaluation: Structural Relationships and Interdependence
Chapter 5: Influences of the Cervical Spine on the Stomatognathic System
Chapter 6: Dysfunction, Evaluation, and Treatment of the Cervical Spine & Thoracic Inlet
Chapter 7: Differential Assessment and Mobilization of the Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine
Chapter 8: Dysfunction, Evaluation, and Treatment of the Shoulder
Chapter 9: Arthroscopic Surgery of the Shoulder
Chapter 10: The Elbow Region
Chapter 11: Dysfunction, Evaluation, and Treatment of the Wrist & Hand
Chapter 12: Reconstructive Surgery of the Wrist & Hand
Chapter 13: Mobilization of the Upper Extremity
Chapter 14: Lower Quarter Evaluation: Structural Relationships & Interdependence
Chapter 15: Dysfunction, Evaluation and Treatment of the Lumbar Spine
Chapter 16: Surgical Treatment of the Lumbar Spine
Chapter 17: Manual Therapy Techniques for the Thoracolumbar Spine
Chapter 18: Use of Lumbar Rotations in the Treatment of Low Back Pain and Lumbopelvic
Chapter 19: Evaluation and Treatment of Dysfunction in the Lumbar-Pelvic-Hip Complex
Chapter 20: Surgical Treatment of the Hip
Chapter 21: Dysfunction, Evaluation, & Treatment of the Knee
Chapter 22: Surgery of the Knee: Rehabilitation Principles
Chapter 23: Kinematics and Kinetics During Gait
Chapter 24: Dysfunction, Evaluation, & Treatment of the Foot & Ankle
Chapter 25: Foot Orthotics: An Overview of Rationale, Assessment, and Fabrications
Chapter 26: Reconstructive Surgery of the Foot & Ankle
Chapter 27: Mobilization of the Lower Extremity
Chapter 28: Measurement of Functional Status, Progress and Outcome in Orthopaedic Clinical Practice
Chapter 29: Orthopaedic Problems in the Neurologic Patient
Chapter 30: Soft Tissue Mobilization
Chapter 31: Evaluation and Treatment of Neural Tissue Pain Disorders

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