(BQ) Part 1 book "Palpation techniques surface anatomy for physical therapists" presents the following contents: Basic principles, shoulder complex, elbow complex, hand, hip and groin region, knee joint, foot.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Palpation techniques surface anatomy for physical therapists" presents the following contents: Soft tissues, posterior pelvis, lumbar spine, thoracic spine and thoracic cage, cervical spine, head and jaw.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học quốc tế đề tài : The precarious supply of physical therapists across Canada: exploring national trends in health human resources (1991 to 2005)
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Determinants of research use in clinical decision making among physical therapists providing services post-stroke: a cross-sectional study
This book is written for physical therapists, physical therapy students, and
related health professionals. It is a clinical guide for the assessment of
patients with neuromuscular disorders. Please use the tables in the INTRO
tab to quickly find information on specific diseases/disorders or test and
In addition to the content you’ll find here, we have also provided bonus
content on the DavisPlus Web site for this book.
The state of the national economy has a profound effect on career interests and the choices
of prospective job seekers. This is reflected in part by the variation in the number of people
seeking admission to vocational schools, colleges, universities, and professional schools at
different periods in time. The variable economic cycle also influences, to some extent, those
considering health-care careers. Nevertheless, the aging population has greatly increased
the demand for professionals and paraprofessionals in the health-care field.
This book was created to help massage therapists grow into
effectiv� neuromuscular therapists and be able to specialize
in working with individuals in chronic pain. Although it is
meant to be a textbook for massage therapists, it may be useful
for osteopaths, athletic trainers, physical therapists, and
other health care providers.
Th is book represents what we have learned in our combined seventy years
as clinical psychologists, sex and marital therapists, and teachers and
researchers. We are especially indebted to our clients and students who
have taught us so much and added to the quality of the material in this
There are several ways policies may cover home health care. Some long-
term care insurance policies only pay for care in your home from licensed
home health agencies. Some also will pay for care from licensed health care
providers not from a licensed agency. These include licensed practical
nurses; occupational, speech, or physical therapists; or licensed home
health care aides. Other policies may pay for services from home health
care aides who may not be licensed or are not from licensed agencies.
Home health care aides help with personal care.
The phenomenon known as the McKenzie Method has helped millions of people with chronic back and neck pain. In 7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life, its founder, world-renowned physical therapist Robin McKenzie, shares the innovative program that can save you from a life of pain. 7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life combines and enhances McKenzie's back and neck books that have sold more than 5.5 million copies worldwide.
Cranial nerves are involved in head and neck function, and processes such as eating, speech and facial expression. This clinically oriented survey of cranial nerve anatomy and function was written for students of medicine, dentistry and speech therapy, but will also be useful for postgraduate physicians and general practitioners, and specialists in head and neck healthcare (surgeons, dentists, speech therapists, etc.). After an introductory section surveying cranial nerve organization and tricky basics such as ganglia, nuclei and brain stem...
Imaging of sports related injuries has always been a very popular topic and the interest
of radiologists in this domain has even increased in recent years.
Competitive athletes are vulnerable to a variety of injuries and they are often very
demanding in their expectations of a correct diagnosis, appropriate treatment and advice
on prognosis and estimated recovery period. Working in sports imaging means team
effort, whereby sports physicians, physical therapists, orthopaedic surgeons, radiologists
and technicians work closely together. Radiology plays a pivotal role in this process....
(BQ) By presenting essential information in a convenient and easily accessible format, this book will prove to be invaluable for sports medicine physicians, podiatrists, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and other specialists when making footwear recommendations for athletes.
Most of the people I meet in my work perceive themselves as not capable of
much. Some don’t even particularly like themselves. I know how they feel. As a
young man I felt the same, and it nearly destroyed me before I acquired the
confidence to become a teacher, therapist and organiser of personal development
and complementary therapy courses.
Someone with a physical illness or disability often needs hands-on or
stand-by assistance with activities of daily living (see page 19). People
with cognitive impairments usually need supervision, protection or verbal
reminders to do everyday activities. The way long-term care services are
provided is changing. Skilled care and personal care are still the terms used
most often to describe long-term care and the type or level of care you
More than an accidental injury, more than a serious illness, more than a
natural disaster, the trauma of crime victimization goes beyond physical and
psychological injury: It robs us of the very faith we have in the human world.
Although eclipsed in recent headlines by terrorism, the common everyday
violations of civilized behavior that our own citizens continue to perpetrate
on one another are no less wrenching.
Having worked in a variety of specialty areas over the years as staff nurses, clinical
nurse specialists, educators, therapists, and managers, we realize that nurses
aspire to become highly proficient in their area of practice. But psychosocial skills
are often more difficult to perfect. Very often nurses feel inadequately prepared
to deal with complex behaviors and psychiatric problems on top of the demands
of providing physical care for the patient and family.
I mentioned that I thought it would be hard to find a job in something as specialized as
Occupational Therapy on the local market, especially with the language barrier. Right away the
CLO called Anne Ramos, the GEA coordinator, to see if we could meet and talk. When I met
with Anne, I explained that I was a certified Occupational Therapist. Occupational Therapy is
the treatment of cognitive, physical, and /or psycho-social dysfunction that hinders individuals
from participating in daily activities.