Thermal Agents in Rehabilitation

Thermal Agents in Rehabilitation

by Susan L. Michlovitz
     
 

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The primary audience for this text is the physical therapist. The student will gain a solid foundation in thermal agents, the clinician will strengthen his or her perspective of thermal agents, and the researcher is given information that will provide ideas for clinical studies on thermal agents. Athletic trainers and other professionals who use thermal agents in… See more details below

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The primary audience for this text is the physical therapist. The student will gain a solid foundation in thermal agents, the clinician will strengthen his or her perspective of thermal agents, and the researcher is given information that will provide ideas for clinical studies on thermal agents. Athletic trainers and other professionals who use thermal agents in their practice should find this text of value.

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Provides the underlying rationale for selection of an agent in a therapy program, for student and clinical physical therapists and athletic trainers. Chapters on instrumentation and clinical decision making include case studies, summaries, and study objectives, with material on thermal methods detailing physical principles and biophysical effects and offering general guidelines. Contains b&w photos and diagrams. This third edition contains numerous case scenarios, a new chapter on hand rehabilitation, and study objectives. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780803661646
Publisher:
F. A. Davis Company
Publication date:
02/01/1986
Series:
Contemporary Perspectives in Rehabilitation Ser., #1
Pages:
317

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