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Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Second Edition, formerly Therapeutic Exercise for Athletic Injuries, will give you a thorough understanding of the science and application involved in creating superior therapeutic exercise programs. Updated and invigorated, the expansive text offers the most comprehensive approach available to therapeutic exercise. It is a major professional resource and the only text students need on the subject.

Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Second Edition, one of five texts in the Athletic Training Education Series, helps readers develop a deeper understanding of the why, what, and when of therapeutic exercise techniques. It also presents the methodology for developing safe and effective therapeutic programs for the general population as well as individualized programs for specific audiences.

Updates to the new edition include
-the latest information on the regulations affecting the use of therapeutic exercise;

-a new section on Pilates;

-expanded coverage of isokinetics and PNF techniques;

-improved assessment techniques for the sacroilium;

-consideration of common conditions including facet impingement, spondylolisthesis, and glenoid labrum tear; and

-development of lab activities within the text.
This comprehensive book is organized into 22 chapters and four parts, with each part building on the information from previous parts. Part I reviews important concepts related to rehabilitation. Part II covers therapeutic exercise parameters and techniques. Part III examines general therapeutic applications, and Part IV explores specific applications for therapeutic exercise.

Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Second Edition, is packed with useful elements to help students with different learning styles absorb, review, integrate, and apply the content. Among those elements are chapter objectives, practical scenarios, key points, key terms, sidebars, review questions, lab activities, references, and hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Instructors will also find excellent supplemental materials, making planning and implementing the course easy, thus saving valuable time. These materials, including an instructor guide, test bank, and presentation package, are completely accessible online at www.HumanKinetics.com/TherapeuticExerciseforMusculoskeletalInjuries.

Human Kinetics' Athletic Training Education Series contains five outstanding textbooks, each with its own supporting instructional resources. Featuring the work of respected athletic training authorities, the series was created to parallel and expound on the content areas within the accreditation standards of the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Athletic Training (JRC-AT). This text addresses the JRC-AT standards domains of therapeutic exercise, pathology of injury and illness, assessment and evaluation, and psychosocial intervention and referral.

To learn more about the books in this series, visit the Athletic Training Education Series Web site at www.HumanKinetics.com/AthleticTrainingEducationSeries.

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Reviewer: Craig S Nadelson, BS, DO (Indiana University School of Medicine)
Description: This is a lengthy and complete book of rehabilitation for musculoskeletal injuries. It includes physiologic background and applications in addition to the description of techniques. This is the second edition; the first was published in 2001.
Purpose: The purpose is to expand on the techniques employed in rehabilitation beyond the technical level. It aims to include a broad array of information that would normally require several books to cover. The author tries to address the why, how, when, and what of rehabilitation, rather than just what to do. The book meets these objectives and promotes critical thinking in addition to the basic rehab techniques. The book is very complete.
Audience: The book targets athletic trainers and physical therapists and also would be helpful to physicians who practice sports medicine and deal with musculoskeletal injuries. The author seems to be a credible authority.
Features: Particularly notable are the chapter summaries, critical thinking questions, and lab activities to encourage hands-on experience with the techniques learned. The illustrations are very helpful in guiding technique performance. The book is complete; there are no obvious shortcomings.
Assessment: The book is well written and serves its intended purpose well. Although it is large and somewhat costly, I can see how buying this one book might spare a person the cost of spending even more on several to replace it. Even though updating a book every couple of years is necessary, it would be difficult to justify the cost of replacing the first edition based on the updates. If you don't have the first edition, it would be a great purchase.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736051361
  • Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Series: Athletic Training Education Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1024
  • Product dimensions: 8.66 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 1.88 (d)

Meet the Author

Peggy A. Houglum, PhD, ATC, PT, is an assistant professor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. She has more than 30 years of experience in rehabilitation providing patient and athlete care. Her extensive background as a certified athletic trainer and physical therapist has provided her with a unique perspective regarding rehabilitation programs that make therapeutic exercise techniques meaningful and appropriate for athletic injury treatment.

Dr. Houglum has clinical experience in a variety of settings including acute care and rehabilitation hospitals, sports medicine clinics, and athletic training facilities. She has also served as an athletic trainer with the United States Olympic Sports Festivals, Olympic Games, and World University Games.
A member of the American Physical Therapy Association's Sports Medicine Section and National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA), Houglum is currently chair of the NATA Continuing Education Committee. She created the NATA's first formal continuing education programming in 1991. In 2002 she was named to the NATA Hall of Fame, the association's highest award, and received NATA's Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 1996. Dr. Houglum is also clinical applications editor of the Journal of Athletic Training. She earned her bachelor's degree in physical therapy from the University of Minnesota, master's degree in athletic training from Indiana State University, and PhD in sports medicine from the University of Virginia.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Basic Concepts
Chapter 1. Concepts of Rehabilitation

-The Roles of Rehabilitation Team Members

-Interacting With Team Members

-Qualities of Professionalism

-Components of a Rehabilitation Program

-Basic Components of Therapeutic Exercise

-Return-to-Competition Criteria

-Psychological Considerations

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 2. Concepts of Healing

-Primary and Secondary Healing

-Healing Phases

-Growth Factors

-Healing of Specific Tissues

-Tensile Strength during Healing

-Factors That Affect Healing

-The Role of Therapeutic Exercise in Healing

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 3. Concepts in Physics

-Force

-Newton's Laws of Motion

-Center of Gravity

-Stability and Fixation

-Body Levers

-Levers and Force

-Physiological Muscle Advantages

-Other Concepts in Physics

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 4. Evaluation and Examination

-Evaluation: Making a Profile

-Assessment: Planning for Action

-Keeping Rehabilitation Records

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Part II: Therapeutic Exercise Parameters and Techniques
Chapter 5. Range of Motion and Flexibility

-Defining Flexibility and Range of Motion

-Connective-Tissue Composition

-Effects of Immobilization on Connective Tissue

-Effects of Remobilization on Connective Tissue

-Mechanical Properties and Tissue Behavior in Range of Motion

-Neuromuscular Influences on Range of Motion

-Determining Normal Range of Motion

-Measuring Range of Motion

-Terminology in Goniometry

-Stretching Techniques

-Exercise Progression

-Special Considerations

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 6. Manual Therapy Techniques

-Critical Analysis

-Massage

-Myofascial Release

-Myofascial Trigger Points

-Muscle Energy

-Joint Mobilization

-Neural Mobilization

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 7. Muscle Strength and Endurance

-Muscle Structure and Function

-Neuromuscular Physiology

-Fast- and Slow-Twitch Fibers

-Muscle Strength, Power, and Endurance

-Force Production

-Types of Muscle Activity

-Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Activity

-Evaluating Muscle Strength

-Gradations of Muscle Activity

-Strength Equipment

-Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

-Strengthening Principles

-Exercise Progression

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 8. The ABCs of Proprioception

-Neurophysiology of Proprioception

-Central Nervous System Proprioceptor Sites

-Balance

-Coordination

-Agility

-Therapeutic Exercise for Proprioception

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 9. Plyometrics

-Neuromuscular Principles

-Plyometric Force Production

-Plyometric Exercise Phases

-Pre-Plyometric Considerations

-Plyometric Program Design

-Plyometric Program Considerations

-Precautions and Contraindications

-Equipment

-Lower-Extremity Plyometrics

-Upper-Extremity and Trunk Plyometrics

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 10. Functional Exercise

-Definitions, Foundations, and Goals

-Contributions to Therapeutic Exercise

-Basic Functional Activities

-Advanced Functional Activities

-Advanced Functional Exercise Progression

-Precautions

-Functional Evaluation

-A Lower-Extremity Functional Progression

-An Upper-Extremity Functional Progression

-Returning the Patient to Full Participation

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-Suggested Reading
Part III: General Therapeutic Exercise Applications
Chapter 11. Posture and Body Mechanics

-Posture

-Muscle Imbalances

-Body Mechanics

-Body-Awareness Programs

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 12. Ambulation and Ambulation Aids

-Normal Gait

-Pathological Gait

-Normal Running Gait

-Mechanics of Ambulation with Assistive Devices

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 13. Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise

-Physical Properties and Principles of Water

-Equipment

-Indications, Advantages, Precautions, and Contraindications

-Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise Principles and Guidelines

-Deep-Water Exercise

-Aquatic Therapeutic Exercises

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 14. Swiss Balls and Foam Rollers

-Swiss Balls

-Swiss-Ball Exercises

-Foam Rollers

-Foam-Roller Exercises

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-Reference

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 15. Therapeutic Exercise for Tendinitis

-Terminology

-Tendon Structure

-Etiology

-Tendon Response

-General Treatment

-Specific Treatment

-Examples of Tendinitis Cases

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Part IV: Specific Applications
Chapter 16. Spine and Sacroiliac

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Posture and Pelvic Stabilization Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Agility and Coordination Exercises

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 17. Shoulder and Arm

-Mechanics of Overhead Sport Activities

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Stabilization Exercises

-Plyometric Exercises

-Functional Activities

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 18. Elbow and Forearm

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Functional Activities

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 19. Wrist and Hand

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Plyometric Exercises

-Functional Activities

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 20. Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Common Structural Deformities

-Orthotic Treatment for Foot Deformities

-Determining Proper Footwear for Patients

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Deep-Tissue Massage

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Proprioceptive Exercises

-Functional Exercises

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

-Suggested Reading
Chapter 21. Knee and Thigh

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Proprioceptive Exercises

-Functional Exercises

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References
Chapter 22. Hip

-General Rehabilitation Considerations

-Soft-Tissue Mobilization

-Joint Mobilization

-Flexibility Exercises

-Strengthening Exercises

-Proprioceptive Exercises

-Functional Exercises

-Special Rehabilitation Applications

-Summary

-Critical Thinking Questions

-Lab Activities

-References

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