Spinal Cord Injury: Functional Rehabilitation





*Somers / F.A.Davis



定價NT$ 3,200
NT$ 2,880
脊髓損傷的功能性復健-物理治療的理論與實務指引(Spinal Cord Injury: Functional Rehabilitation 3e)(P)
脊髓損傷的功能性復健-物理治療的理論與實務指引(Spinal Cord Injury: Functional Rehabilitation 3e)(P)
定價NT$ 1,250
NT$ 1,125

重量:1.1kg  頁數:456  裝訂:平裝 開數:27.5 x 21.5 cm 印刷:雙色

A comprehensive approach to complex challenges

Here’s the foundational knowledge, skills, and understanding physical therapists need to develop and implement rehabilitation programs for persons living with spinal cord injuries. From coverage of pathology and the pathological repercussions through medical and rehabilitative management to patient and family education, students will be prepared to be effective members of the rehabilitation team. They’ll also understand the importance of psychosocial adaptation and develop insights into their roles in the process.

This is a great resource for SCI rehab. "So clearly written and illustrated. As a physical therapy student, this has been an invaluable source of information.”—Megan M., Online Reviewer

Excellent SCI Resource. "You can't find a better book on spinal cord rehabilitation. Thorough, well written, and full of vital information.”—Julia F., Online Reviewer

Excellent read.“Excellent book that walks you through everything you need to know about working with people after spinal cord injuries.”—Kevin G., Online Reviewer

Great Book! "Fantastic book, well written, clear & to the point. Good pictures to illustrate movement techniques. A must have for newer clinicians working with this population. Good resource to add to any therapist's library.”—Sanjo, Online Reviewer

  • Updated & Revised! Incorporates current best practices based on recent evidence and clinical practice guidelines.
  • Expanded! Includes more therapeutic approaches to restoring locomotor function in patients with the potential to regain ambulatory ability using lower extremity musculature, presenting strategies consistent with current clinical practice guidelines.
  • Expanded! Addresses how to determine whether a given patient will benefit most from therapeutic interventions that stress compensation, restoration of normal movement patterns, or a blend of the two.
  • New! Features problem-solving exercises that offer more opportunities to develop clinical reasoning skills.
  • Updated! Uses the most current International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) as a conceptual framework for understanding both the impact of spinal cord injury and the role of rehabilitation.
  • Builds the broad knowledge base of all areas pertinent to spinal cord injuries needed for optimal program planning and implementation, integrated with an understanding of the relationships between functioning, disability, and health.
  • Develops knowledge of both the physical skills required for functional activities and the therapeutic strategies for achieving these skills.
  • Emphasizes the importance of structuring the social environment of the rehabilitation unit to foster self-reliant attitudes and behaviors and to promote self-respect and autonomy.
  • Considers the importance of psychosocial adaptation after spinal cord injury and the impact rehabilitation professionals can have.