Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction

Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction

by Catherine A. Trombly, Anna D. Scott

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ISBN-13: 9780683083866
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication date: 01/01/1977

Table of Contents

SECTION I: OCCUPATIONAL FUNCTION: DEFINITION, PROCESS, AND HISTORY
Chapter 1: Conceptual Foundations for Practice
Chapter 2: Historical and Social Contexts for Practice
Chapter 3: Planning, Guiding, and Documenting Practice

SECTION II: ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL FUNCTION
Chapter 4: Assessing Roles and Competence
Chapter 5: Assessing Abilities and Capacities: Range of Motion, Strength, and Endurance
Chapter 6: Assessing Abilities and Capacities: Motor Behavior
Chapter 7: Assessing Abilities and Capacities: Sensation
Chapter 8: Assessing Abilities and Capacities: Vision, Visual Perception, and Praxis
Chapter 9: Assessing Abilities and Capacities: Cognition
Chapter 10: Assessing Context: Personal, Social, and Cultural
Chapter 11: Assessing Context: Home, Community, and Workplace Access

SECTION III: THERAPEUTIC MECHANISMS
Chapter 12: Occupation: Philosophy and Concepts
Chapter 13: Occupation as Therapy: Analysis, Selection, Gradation, Adaptation
Chapter 14: Learning
Chapter 15: Therapeutic Rapport

SECTION IV: THERAPEUTIC TECHNOLOGIES
Chapter 16: Upper Extremity Orthoses
Chapter 17: Construction of Hand Splints
Chapter 18: Wheelchair Selection
Chapter 19: High-Technology Adaptations to Compensate for Disability
Chapter 20: Physical Agent Modalities

SECTION V: TREATMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL FUNCTION
Chapter 21: Optimizing Abilities and Capacities: Range of Motion, Strength, and Endurance
Chapter 22: Optimizing Motor Behavior Using the Occupational Therapy Task Oriented Approach
Chapter 23: Optimizing Motor Skills Using Task-Related Training
Chapter 24: Optimizing Motor Behavior Using the Bobath Approach
Chapter 25: Optimizing Motor Behavior Using the Brunnstrom Movement Therapy Approach
Chapter 26: Managing Deficit of First-Level Motor Control Capacities Using Rood and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Techniques
Chapter 27: Optimizing Sensory Abilities and Capacities
Chapter 28: Optimizing Vision, Visual Perception, and Praxis Abilities
Chapter 29: Optimizing Cognitive Abilities
Chapter 30: Restoring the Role of Independent Person
Chapter 31: Restoring Mobility
Chapter 32: Restoring Competence for Homemaker and Parent Roles
Chapter 33: Restoring Competence for the Worker Role
Chapter 34: Restoring Competence in Leisure Pursuits
Chapter 35: Optimizing Personal and Social Adaptation
Chapter 36: Optimizing Access to Home, Community, and Work Environments
Chapter 37: Preventing Occupational Dysfunction Secondary to Aging

SECTION VI: TREATMENT TO PROMOTE OCCUPATIONAL FUNCTION FOR SELECTED DIAGNOSTIC CATEGORIES
Chapter 38: Stroke
Chapter 39: Traumatic Brain Injury
Chapter 40: Neurodegenerative Diseases
Chapter 41: Orthopaedic Conditions
Chapter 42: Hand Impairments
Chapter 43: Spinal Cord Injury
Chapter 44: Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
Chapter 45: Burn Injuries
Chapter 46: Amputations and Prosthetics
Chapter 47: Cardiac and Pulmonary Diseases
Chapter 48: Dysphagia
Chapter 49: Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Chapter 50: Oncology

Index

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