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The purpose of this book is to provide the physical therapy student with a comprehensive guide to the design, implementaiton, and supervision of rehabilitation programs for orthopedic injuries and disorders. It is intended for use in courses that deal with the practical application of theory in a clinical setting. The text is divided into five parts. The first section deals with the basic foundations of the rehabilitation process as identified in the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice. Section two discusses the various physiological impairments that may need to be dealt with during the rehabilitative process. The third section provides a detailed discussion concerning how these tools may be best incorporated into a rehabilitation program to achieve the treatment goals. Section four of this text goes into great detail on specific rehabilitation techniques that are used in treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries. The fifth section of the text discusses treatment considerations for some specific patient populations.About the Author:
William E. Prentice, Ph.D., PT, ATC, Professor, Coordinator of Sports Medicine Specialization Department of Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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