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Access today's best physiatry knowledge and techniques with this full-color new edition of Dr. Braddom's masterfully organized reference! A multitude of international experts document all of the latest advances and techniques, while maintaining the unsurpassed authority, accuracy, and ease of reference—as well as the manageable size and affordable cost—that readers have always appreciated.
• Every chapter has been meticulously edited by Dr. Braddom and his associates for consistency, succinctness, and readability.
• The importance of each topic is mirrored by length of its coverage, giving you more information on the issues that concern you most.
• A consistent chapter organization delivers all the content you need in a logical, practical manner.
• A new full-color page format makes the book easier than ever to use.
• Expanded material on sensory rehabilitation · interventional procedures · critical thinking in, and complications resulting from, alternative medicine · acupuncture · imaging · pharmacology · and manual medicine results in the most complete, well-rounded coverage of the field.
• Every chapter has been thoroughly updated, 50% have been totally rewritten, and 2 new ones have been added—including Integrative Medicine in Rehabilitation and Interventional Pain Management Procedures—to reflect the very latest knowledge in the field.
• Evidence-based practice guidelines are featured wherever possible.
• Pediatric considerations are incorporated throughout.
• Completely redrawn artwork and illustrations make every concept and technique easier to grasp.
The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.
|Ch. 1||Physiatric History and Examination||3|
|Ch. 2||Examination of the Pediatric Patient||46|
|Ch. 3||Adult Communication Disorders||55|
|Ch. 4||Psychological Perspectives on Rehabilitation: Contemporary Assessment and Intervention Strategies||75|
|Ch. 5||Gait Analysis: Technology and Clinical Applications||93|
|Ch. 6||Practical Aspects of Impairment Rating and Disability Determination||109|
|Ch. 7||Neurological and Musculoskeletal Imaging Studies||125|
|Ch. 8||Quality and Outcome Measures for Medical Rehabilitation||151|
|Ch. 9||Research in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation||165|
|Ch. 10||Electrodiagnostic Medicine I: Basic Aspects||185|
|Ch. 11||Electrodiagnostic Medicine II: Clinical Evaluation and Findings||213|
|Ch. 12||Electrodiagnostic Medicine III: Case Studies||236|
|Sect. II||Treatment Techniques and Special Equipment|
|Ch. 13||Upper Limb Amputee Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Restoration||263|
|Ch. 14||Lower Limb Prostheses||279|
|Ch. 15||Upper Limb Orthotic Devices||311|
|Ch. 16||Lower Limb Orthoses||326|
|Ch. 17||Spinal Orthoses in Rehabilitation||353|
|Ch. 18||Prescription of Wheelchairs and Seating Systems||370|
|Ch. 19||Therapeutic Exercise||392|
|Ch. 20||Manipulation, Traction, and Massage||413|
|Ch. 21||Physical Agent Modalities||440|
|Ch. 22||Electrical Stimulation||459|
|Ch. 23||Computer Assistive Devices and Environmental Controls||488|
|Ch. 24||Joint and Soft Tissue Injection Techniques||498|
|Sect. III||Common Clinical Problems in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation|
|Ch. 25||Achieving Functional Independence||517|
|Ch. 26||Rehabilitation of Patients with Swallowing Disorders||535|
|Ch. 27||Management of Bladder Dysfunction||561|
|Ch. 28||Neurogenic Bowel: Dysfunction and Management||579|
|Ch. 30||Sexuality Issues in Persons with Disabilities||616|
|Ch. 31||Prevention and Management of Pressure Ulcers and Other Chronic Wounds||645|
|Ch. 32||Cardiac Rehabilitation||665|
|Ch. 33||Concepts in Pulmonary Rehabilitation||687|
|Ch. 34||Deconditioning, Conditioning, and the Benefits of Exercise||702|
|Ch. 35||Employment of Persons with Disabilities||727|
|Sect. IV||Issues in Specific Diagnoses in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation|
|Ch. 36||Rehabilitation of Patients with Rheumatological Disorders||743|
|Ch. 37||Assessment and Treatment of Cervical Spine Disorders||762|
|Ch. 38||Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes||792|
|Ch. 39||Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Lower Limbs||818|
|Ch. 40||Low Back Pain and Disorders of the Lumbar Spine||853|
|Ch. 41||Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis||894|
|Ch. 42||Chronic Pain Syndromes: Evaluation and Treatment||913|
|Ch. 43||The Diagnosis and Treatment of Muscle Pain Syndromes||934|
|Ch. 44||Concepts in Sports Medicine||957|
|Ch. 45||Occupational Rehabilitation||984|
|Ch. 46||Rehabilitation Concepts in Motor Neuron Diseases||1006|
|Ch. 47||Rehabilitation of Patients with Peripheral Neuropathies||1024|
|Ch. 48||Rehabilitation Concerns in Myopathies||1045|
|Ch. 49||Brain Injury Rehabilitation||1073|
|Ch. 50||Rehabilitation of Stroke Syndromes||1117|
|Ch. 51||Rehabilitation Concerns in Degenerative Movement Disorders of the Central Nervous System||1164|
|Ch. 52||Rehabilitation of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis||1177|
|Ch. 53||Rehabilitation of Children and Adults with Cerebral Palsy||1191|
|Ch. 54||Rehabilitation Concepts in Myelomeningocele||1213|
|Ch. 55||Spinal Cord Injury Medicine||1230|
|Ch. 56||Vascular Disease: Evaluation and Management||1283|
|Ch. 57||Principles of Cancer Rehabilitation||1305|
|Ch. 58||Rehabilitation of Patients with Burns||1321|
|Ch. 59||Principles of Geriatric Rehabilitation||1343|
|Ch. 60||Rehabilitation Management in Persons with AIDS and HIV Infection||1369|
|Ch. 61||Rehabilitation Aspects of Organ Transplantation||1385|