With other texts written at either too high or too low a level, this book meets the needs of PTA students for usable, understandable pathology related to clinical application. Extensively illustrated, this book allows students to more easily comprehend and maintain interest in otherwise complicated pathological processes. The fourteen chapter format effectively fits within a chapter per week course structure, or each chapter may be used as a stand alone module within any course.As a PTA program director and educator for the past 15 years with a specialization in teaching the pathology content of the program, ... Each chapter and many sections have a heading called aWhy does the physical therapist assistant need to know about. . ., a which helps to ... An understanding of the relevance of information for PT practice and PTA work makes the study of a subject more interesting.
|Title||:||Pathology for the Physical Therapist Assistant|
|Author||:||Penelope J Lescher|
|Publisher||:||F.A. Davis - 2011-03-02|