This exciting new text builds on Mosby's CRITICAL PATHWAYS IN THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION: Upper Extremities and adds comprehensive coverage of the lower extremity and spine. A groundbreaking format of unique case study chapters simulates the signs and symptoms observed and measured during an actual examination, neatly bridging the gap between theory and practice. Cases explore the relevant pathology up to treatment and resolution. Each chapter is a comprehensive literature review of the featured pathology with an engaging question-and-answer section. Throughout the book, this integrative approach to rehabilitation merges diverse concepts from sports medicine, physical and occupational therapy, ergonomics, geriatrics, kinesiology and psychiatry. This one-of-a-kind text provides a magnitude of multidisciplinary information useful to students and clinicians.The rostral plexus and thus proximal musculature become involved in two thirds of all cases. Profound weakness may ... What rehabilitative treatment is most appropriate for proximal biceps brachii tendinitis, and when is surgery appropriate?
|Title||:||Critical Pathways in Therapeutic Intervention|
|Author||:||David C. Saidoff, Andrew L. McDonough|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Incorporated - 2002|