Therapeutic exercise : foundational concepts -- Prevention, health and wellness -- Range of motion -- Stretching for impaired mobility -- Peripheral joint mobilization for impaired mobility -- Resistance exercise for impaired muscle performance -- Principles of aerobic exercise -- Exercise for impaired balance -- Aquatic exercise -- Soft tissue injury, repair, and management -- Joint, connective tissue, and bone disorders and management -- Surgical interventions and postoperative management -- Peripheral nerve disorders and management -- The spine : structure, function, and posture -- The spine : management guidelines -- The spine : exercise and manipulation interventions -- The shoulder and shoulder girdle -- The elbow and forearm complex -- The wrist and hand -- The hip -- The knee -- The ankle and foot -- Advanced functional training -- Exercise in the geriatric patient -- Obstetrics and pelvic floor -- Management of lymphatic disorders. -- National Library of Medicine
Based on best practices prescribed in The Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, Essentials of Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, 3rd Edition provides comprehensive coverage of anatomy and physiology, assessment, and aspects of the cardiopulmonary systems, with a focus on their interaction. The disablement model is used in describing the eight cardiopulmonary practice patterns. Expert author Ellen Hillegass also discusses pathophysiology, pharmacology, and interventions in the outpatient setting. Incorporating Guide language, her practical approach progresses logically from basic sciences through intervention, and emphasizes lifespan considerations.
This book provides a framework and practical guidelines for managing women's health issues within the practice of physical therapy. It enables students to develop and implement customized patient care plans to deal with a broad range of disorders and health issues that either primarily affect women or manifest themselves differently in women.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Purchased with Kelowna General Hospital Foundation funds.
The Aphasia Institute resources are intended for patient education.
Titles in this collection include:
-Intimacy and relationships : talking to your doctor : an interactive booklet for people and their medical practitioners (WL 340.5 A6415 2005)
-Life is larger than aphasia : a self-help book for people with aphasia (WL 340.5 A6411 2006)
-Pictographic communication resources : enhancing communicative access (WL 340.5 A64111 1996)
-Supported conversation for adults with aphasia (SCA) (WL 340.5 A64110 1996)
-Talking to your case manager : help your case manager to help you : an interactive resource for people and their health practitioners (WL 340.5 A6412 2003)
-Talking to your counsellor or chaplain : an interactive resource for people and their health practitioners (WL 340.5 A6413 2003)
-Talking to your doctor : help your doctor to help you : an interactive resource for people and their medical practitioners (WL 340.5 A6414 2003)
-Talking to your nurse : help your nurse to help you : an interactive resource for people and their health practitioners (WL 340.5 A6416 2003)
-Talking to your occupational therapist : help your occupational therapist to help you : an interactive resource for people and their health practitioners (WL 340.5 A6417 2003)
-Talking to your physiotherapist : help your physiotherapist to help you : an interactive resource for people and their health practitioners
(WL 340.5 A6418 2003)
-Talking to your speech-language pathologist : help your speech-language pathologist to help you : pictographic resources for people who know more than they can say (WL 340.5 A6419 2014)
-What is aphasia? : an information booklet for adults with aphasia, their families and their caregivers (WL 340.5 A6410 2003)