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Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function, Second Edition provides a conceptual framework for learning how to make clinical decisions regarding the prescription of the therapeutic exercise—from deciding which exercise(s) to teach, to how to teach them, to the dosage required for the best possible outcome. Throughout this text, readers will learn how to treat, with the use of therapeutic exercise and related interventions, the impairments that correlate to functional limitations and the disability and to work toward the most optimal function possible.

Features—

  • Terminology follows that used in the APTA's "Guide to Physical Therapy Practice" to help the reader master the official language of the field
  • New chapters on the Prevention and the Promotion of Health, Wellness, and Fitness; and Impaired Aerobic Capacity and Endurance
  • New coverage of joint mobilization, with detailed techniques
  • Self-Management boxes provide step-by-step exercises written directly for the client
  • Patient-Related Instruction boxes address patient education issues, with tips on enhancing communication and compliance
  • Includes a sample complete intervention to encourage an understanding of the importance of encompassing the total body when prescribing therapeutic exercise
  • Plus fully updated literature review and evidence-based data

Visit the Connection Website for more information, including sample chapters and instructor's resources.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some two-color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Christopher J. Hughes
This body of work contains a great deal of information related to various aspects of therapeutic exercise with a focus on activities which will enhance return to function. Case studies, lab activities, and critical thinking exercises are included to facilitate use of the book in an academic setting. This book is primarily written to provide a fundamental knowledge base for clinicians and exercise specialists who prescribe exercise for patients and clients who have physiologic impairments. The authors use the disablement model as a guide and have succeeded in integrating therapeutic exercise with functional outcomes. They have met their objectives. This book is organized to be used in an academic setting and would be most useful in clinically based programs such as occupational therapy and physical therapy or even clinical exercise physiology. Practicing therapists may also find it a valuable resource. The primary authors are physical therapists as are the majority of contributors. There are seven major sections in this book. These include foundation of therapeutic exercise, exercise for physiologic impairments and special populations, and a regional approach to exercises for the trunk, spine, and upper and lower extremities. Obstetrics, arthritis, and fibromylagia are specifically addressed. Unique aspects include numerous case studies, appendixes on differential diagnosis, and a section on pain management. Aquatic therapy is also addressed. The discussion of alternative movement therapies exposes the reader to the philosophy behind these methods. The authors have done an excellent job in organizing and including relevant and practical information in each chapter. The labactivities and case studies are particularly helpful. This book fills a niche in teaching therapeutic exercise and should be seriously considered as a primary text.
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Reviewer: Chris Hughes, PT, PhD, OCS, CSCS (Slippery Rock University)
Description: This body of work contains a great deal of information related to various aspects of therapeutic exercise with a focus on activities which will enhance return to function. Case studies, lab activities, and critical thinking exercises are included to facilitate use of the book in an academic setting.
Purpose: This book is primarily written to provide a fundamental knowledge base for clinicians and exercise specialists who prescribe exercise for patients and clients who have physiologic impairments. The authors use the disablement model as a guide and have succeeded in integrating therapeutic exercise with functional outcomes. They have met their objectives.
Audience: This book is organized to be used in an academic setting and would be most useful in clinically based programs such as occupational therapy and physical therapy or even clinical exercise physiology. Practicing therapists may also find it a valuable resource. The primary authors are physical therapists as are the majority of contributors.
Features: There are seven major sections in this book. These include foundation of therapeutic exercise, exercise for physiologic impairments and special populations, and a regional approach to exercises for the trunk, spine, and upper and lower extremities. Obstetrics, arthritis, and fibromylagia are specifically addressed. Unique aspects include numerous case studies, appendixes on differential diagnosis, and a section on pain management. Aquatic therapy is also addressed. The discussion of alternative movement therapies exposes the reader to the philosophy behind these methods.
Assessment: The authors have done an excellent job in organizing and including relevant and practical information in each chapter. The lab activities and case studies are particularly helpful. This book fills a niche in teaching therapeutic exercise and should be seriously considered as a primary text.
Booknews
Providing a conceptual framework for making clinical decisions regarding the prescription of therapeutic exercise, this text covers foundations and a basic disablement model, a functional approach to therapeutic exercise for physiologic impairments, special physiologic considerations, methods of intervention, a regional approach to therapeutic exercise prescription, and case studies. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781741354
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/1/2004
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 787

Table of Contents

FOUNDATIONS OF THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE

Introduction to Therapeutic Exercise and the Expanded Disablement Model

Patient Management

Principles of Self-Management and Exercise Instruction

NEW CHAPTER! Prevention and the Promotion of Health, Wellness, and Fitness

PHYSIOLOGIC IMPAIRMENTS AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE

Impaired Muscle Performance

NEW CHAPTER! Impaired Aerobic Capacity/Endurance

Impaired Range of Motion and Joint Mobility

Impaired Balance

Impaired Posture

Pain

SPECIAL PHYSIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS IN THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE

Soft Tissue Injury and Postoperative Treatment

Therapeutic Exercise for Arthritis

Therapeutic Exercise for Fybromyalgia Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Therapeutic Exercise in Obstetrics

SAMPLE SPECIALTIES OF THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE INTERVENTION

Closed Kinetic Chain Training

Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

Aquatic Physical Therapy

FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE OF THE LOWER EXTREMITIES

The Lumbopelvic Region

The Pelvic Floor

The Hip

The Knee

The Ankle/Foot

FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE FOR THE UPPER EXTREMITIES

The Temporomandibular Joint

The Cervical Spine

The Thoracic Spine

The Shoulder Girdle

The Elbow, Forearm, Wrist, and Hand

CASE STUDIES

Appendix 1: Red Flags—Recognizing Signs and Symptoms

Appendix 2: Red Flags—Potentially Serious Symptoms and Signs in Exercising Patients

Index

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