Physical Therapist Examination Review 2 Vol Set / Edition 9

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Overview

Physical Therapist Examination Review, Ninth Edition is a two-volume s et of PT review books, and a FREE software program. This essential two -volume set of books and software are compliant for the 2000 Exam. Put yourself at the top of your class with these revolutionary study aids . Thirty-one chapters provide valuable information on a wide range of physical therapy topics that will be covered on the board exam or comp rehensive final. The review books contain 400 sample exam questions th at offer not only the answers to the questions, but explanations of th e answers. Three computer-timed test opportunities of 200 multiple cho ice questions on the software program maximize your computer testing s kills and assist with integrated learning.

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Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Ben Kivlan, MPT (North Hills Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy)
Description: This set of books is organized into chapters that are outlines of the pertinent subjects covered on the PT licensing exam.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a framework from which students can structure their independent studying for the PT licensing exam.
Audience: The audience targeted is physical therapy students who are anticipating exams. As the original pioneer of such work, the author first published her review book in 1986. The time-tested success of her books and her international notoriety in physical therapy make her a credible authority.
Features: A review of a wide range of physical therapy subjects is offered. The author organizes the subjects into individual chapters of easy to follow charts and outlines for studying. The chapters on neuroanatomy, spinal cord, and cardiopulmonary are extremely effective. Written and computer practice tests are also very helpful.
Assessment: The combination of the books and computer software is a useful tool for exam preparation. The author covers in adequate detail the essential subjects that are covered on the PT licensing exam. However, if readers are looking for a book with greater detail, O'Sullivan's National Physical Therapy Examination Review and Study Guide (International Educational Resources, Ltd., 1997) is a better selection. Giles' A Guide to Success: Review for Licensure in Physical Therapy (Mainely Physical Therapy, 1999), is a bit less thorough than the aforementioned titles, but comes with a computer program that is formatted exactly like the licensing exam and offers statistical analysis to identify areas of weakness to guide further study. The explanations were also referenced to answers, which allows students to review or challenge discrepant answers. I would certainly recommend the use of this book, but may suggest readers seek other review resources to enhance their exam preparation.
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Reviewer: Ben Kivlan, MPT (North Hills Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy)
Description: This set of books is organized into chapters that are outlines of the pertinent subjects covered on the PT licensing exam.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a framework from which students can structure their independent studying for the PT licensing exam.
Audience: The audience targeted is physical therapy students who are anticipating exams. As the original pioneer of such work, the author first published her review book in 1986. The time-tested success of her books and her international notoriety in physical therapy make her a credible authority.
Features: A review of a wide range of physical therapy subjects is offered. The author organizes the subjects into individual chapters of easy to follow charts and outlines for studying. The chapters on neuroanatomy, spinal cord, and cardiopulmonary are extremely effective. Written and computer practice tests are also very helpful.
Assessment: The combination of the books and computer software is a useful tool for exam preparation. The author covers in adequate detail the essential subjects that are covered on the PT licensing exam. However, if readers are looking for a book with greater detail, O'Sullivan's National Physical Therapy Examination Review and Study Guide (International Educational Resources, Ltd., 1997) is a better selection. Giles' A Guide to Success: Review for Licensure in Physical Therapy (Mainely Physical Therapy, 1999), is a bit less thorough than the aforementioned titles, but comes with a computer program that is formatted exactly like the licensing exam and offers statistical analysis to identify areas of weakness to guide further study. The explanations were also referenced to answers, which allows students to review or challenge discrepant answers. I would certainly recommend the use of this book, but may suggest readers seek other review resources to enhance their exam preparation.
Ben Kivlan
This set of books is organized into chapters that are outlines of the pertinent subjects covered on the PT licensing exam. The purpose is to provide a framework from which students can structure their independent studying for the PT licensing exam. The audience targeted is physical therapy students who are anticipating exams. As the original pioneer of such work, the author first published her review book in 1986. The time-tested success of her books and her international notoriety in physical therapy make her a credible authority. A review of a wide range of physical therapy subjects is offered. The author organizes the subjects into individual chapters of easy to follow charts and outlines for studying. The chapters on neuroanatomy, spinal cord, and cardiopulmonary are extremely effective. Written and computer practice tests are also very helpful. The combination of the books and computer software is a useful tool for exam preparation. The author covers in adequate detail the essential subjects that are covered on the PT licensing exam. However, if readers are looking for a book with greater detail, O'Sullivan's National Physical Therapy Examination Review and Study Guide (International Educational Resources, Ltd., 1997) is a better selection. Giles' A Guide to Success: Review for Licensure in Physical Therapy (Mainely Physical Therapy, 1999), is a bit less thorough than the aforementioned titles, but comes with a computer program that is formatted exactly like the licensing exam and offers statistical analysis to identify areas of weakness to guide further study. The explanations were also referenced to answers, which allows students to review orchallenge discrepant answers. I would certainly recommend the use of this book, but may suggest readers seek other review resources to enhance their exam preparation.
Booknews
A book/disk two-volume set for studying for the 2000 Licensing Exam for physical therapists. Contains information on physical therapy subjects that will be covered on the board exam or comprehensive exam, such as modalities, neurology, pulmonary anatomy and physiology, and general clinical disorders, and offers 400 sample test questions and explained answers. The disk contains three computer-timed test opportunities of 200 multiple choice questions. The author is a consultant in Medicare certification, with professional background in physical therapy. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556424748
  • Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 9
  • Pages: 598
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Dedication v
About the Author ix
Preparing for the Examination & Instructions For Use of These Review Books xi
Chapter 1. Gross Anatomy 1
Chapter 2. Physiology 19
Chapter 3. Neuroanatomy & Physiology 27
Chapter 4. Neurology 41
Chapter 5. Cranial Nerve Assessment 71
Chapter 6. Spinal Cord 77
Chapter 7. Cardiac Anatomy & Physiology 93
Chapter 8. Cardiology 101
Chapter 9. Pulmonary Anatomy & Physiology 119
Chapter 10. Pulmonary Diseases & Disorders 125
Chapter 11. Clinical Disorders 147
Chapter 12. Wound Care & Burns 157
Chapter 13. Diagnostic Testing 169
Chapter 14. Psychology 173
Chapter 15. Oncology 179
Chapter 16. Obstetrics & Gynecology 185
Chapter 17. Geriatrics 189
Chapter 18. Sample Test Questions 197
Chapter 19. Sample Test Answers 251
Bibliography 287
Test Answer Form 291
Dedication v
About the Author ix
Preparing for the Examination & Instructions For Use of These Review Books xi
Chapter 20. Therapeutic Modalities 1
Chapter 21. Orthopedics 41
Chapter 22. Kinesiology & Physics 73
Chapter 23. Gait 81
Chapter 24. Prosthetics & Orthotics 91
Chapter 25. Pediatrics 107
Chapter 26. Arthritis 127
Chapter 27. Goniometry 133
Chapter 28. Manual Muscle Testing 139
Chapter 29. Vascular Testing 143
Chapter 30. Sensory Testing 147
Chapter 31. Coordination 151
Chapter 32. Posture 157
Chapter 33. Administration 161
Chapter 34. Legal Aspects of Physical Therapy 173
Chapter 35. Research & Education 181
Chapter 36. Insurance & Providers 189
Chapter 37. Sample Test Questions 197
Chapter 38. Sample Test Answers 261
Bibliography 297
Test Answer Form 301
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