Psychological Approaches to Sports Injury Rehabilitation: Distributed by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins / Edition 1

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Overview

This text shows readers how to apply groundbreaking psychological techniques to enhance sports rehabilitation programs. It helps answer such questions as: How do I motivate my patients during therapy sessions? How can my patients maintain a positive attitude in the face of pain and slow progress? What should I do to help my patients overcome their fear of reinjury? What can I do to facilitate the rehabilitation process for my patients?

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Jenny H. Conviser, PsyD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This book describes structured and solution-focused psychological intervention models designed for implementation by the physical rehabilitation professional.
Purpose: This book underscores the importance of psychological rehabilitation as a natural and integral component of a comprehensive physical rehabilitation program. The text endeavors to improve the physical rehabilitation professional's awareness of the patient's psychologically related needs and issues; improve communication between the physical rehabilitation professional and the patient; and optimize comprehensive physical rehabilitation treatment and outcome by incorporating psychological rehabilitation.
Audience: Physical rehabilitation professionals, especially students of physical therapy or athletic training, will use this text to stimulate and organize their thinking and planning around psychological interventions. Rehabilitation specialists working with athletes or those individuals particularly interested in optimal recovery will find this an invaluable resource.
Features: Tables and exhibits provide much useful information and help to organize a large volume of information. The table of contents, references, and overall appearance of book are adequate. Individual chapter summaries conveniently highlight the most salient points.
Assessment: This is an excellent and necessary resource for students of physical rehabilitation or those professionals working in physical rehabilitation who do not currently incorporate psychological interventions or address psychological issues in their work. Those students intending to work with athletes will have an important framework for understanding and organizing much of their future work, study, and experience in psychological rehabilitation. However, the text could be strengthened by the inclusion of provisions for managing the patient who does not respond adequately to the prescribed psychological rehabilitation program as described.
Jenny H. Conviser
This book describes structured and solution-focused psychological intervention models designed for implementation by the physical rehabilitation professional. This book underscores the importance of psychological rehabilitation as a natural and integral component of a comprehensive physical rehabilitation program. The text endeavors to improve the physical rehabilitation professional's awareness of the patient's psychologically related needs and issues; improve communication between the physical rehabilitation professional and the patient; and optimize comprehensive physical rehabilitation treatment and outcome by incorporating psychological rehabilitation. Physical rehabilitation professionals, especially students of physical therapy or athletic training, will use this text to stimulate and organize their thinking and planning around psychological interventions. Rehabilitation specialists working with athletes or those individuals particularly interested in optimal recovery will find this an invaluable resource. Tables and exhibits provide much useful information and help to organize a large volume of information. The table of contents, references, and overall appearance of book are adequate. Individual chapter summaries conveniently highlight the most salient points. This is an excellent and necessary resource for students of physical rehabilitation or those professionals working in physical rehabilitation who do not currently incorporate psychological interventions or address psychological issues in their work. Those students intending to work with athletes will have an important framework for understanding and organizing much of their future work, study, and experience inpsychological rehabilitation. However, the text could be strengthened by the inclusion of provisions for managing the patient who does not respond adequately to the prescribed psychological rehabilitation program as described.
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In dedicating this guide for rehabilitation specialists, consultants J. Taylor and S. Taylor U. of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington refer to frustration and patience as well as to pain and expertise<-- >recognizing that bouncing back from sidelining sports injuries entails mind as well as body. Augmented by celebrity soundbites, the authors detail the referral process for assessing psychological problems; mental influences on rehabilitation motivation, anxiety, focus; facilitatitive techniques imagery, using negative thinking positively, pain management, social support; return to the sport; and development of a psychological rehab program with sample forms, program prescription summaries. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780834209732
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/1/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 332

Meet the Author

Jim Taylor

Jim Taylor, PhD, is a psychologist recognized for his work in the psychological aspects of performance in sport and the performing arts. He has implemented a psychological services program for the Miami City Ballet, lectured at the Hartford Ballet Company, and served as a consultant and member of the faculty at the DanceAspen Summer School. A former associate professor at Nova University in Ft. Lauderdale, Dr.

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Table of Contents


  1. Part 1. Rehabilitation Assessment and Education

  2. Rehabilitation Assessment
  3. Understanding the Rehabilitation Process
  4. Psychology of the Rehabilitation Process

    Part 2. Psychological Problems and Referral

  5. Psychological Problems in Rehabilitation
  6. Referral for Psychological Problems

    Part 3. Psychological Influences on Rehabilitation

  7. Confidence
  8. Motivation
  9. Anxiety
  10. Focus

    Part 4. Facilitating Rehabilitation

  11. Rehabilitation Imagery
  12. Pain Management
  13. Social Support
  14. Return to Sport
  15. Developing a Psychological Rehabilitation Program
References
Index
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