Neuro Notes: Clinical Pocket Guide

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Follows the preferred practice patterns for patients with neuromuscular disorders presented in the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, 2nd Edition Addresses neurological examination techniques • standardized tests • differential diagnosis • medical red flags • radiological/imaging techniques • and medications for the most common disorders within each tabbed category.

. Presents an overview of neuroanatomy and an outline of a neurological examination in an easy-to-reference, full-color table in the first tabbed section. Incorporates pain assessment within each disorder discussion, where appropriate. Includes congenital or acquired disorders of the central nervous systems in infancy, childhood, and adolescence within the pediatric section.

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Ortho Notes: Clinical Examination Pocket Guide

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Each joint tab features the information needed to progress from the initial assessment of the patient through the specific tests that will determine the plan of care. Illustrated anatomy–What are the bony landmarks. Innervations, nerve roots and specific nerves? medical red flag–should treatment proceed or should the patient be referred to another medical professional? toolbox tests–how do you assess a patient’s pain while doing everyday activities? Referral Patterns–Where does the pain start and where does it spread? Palpation–Where to palpate and how to assess the muscles? ROM–How do you assess the client’s range of motion? Osteokinematics and Arthrokinematics–What do ROMs tell you about the patient’s mobility? Strength and Function–What muscles and nerves make the muscle move and how does it move? Special Tests–What are the most commonly used tests and measures; how do you perform them and what are their sensitivity and specificity.

Hipaa-compliant, write-on/wipe off pages are reusable. The alerts/alarms tab includes charts and tables for patient management, medical conditions related to gender and age, vital signs, and abbreviations. The art program features photographs, pain referral patterns, line drawings, palpation pearls, and overlays to enhance understanding of specific tests, and trigger points.

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Ther Ex Notes: Clinical Pocket Guide

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Ther Ex Notes: Clinical Pocket Guide #ad - Bulleted tables with a progression of exercises. And more. Concise exercise guidelines for selected orthopedic pathologies and operative procedures. Over 300 full-color photographs illustrating sequences of exercise for the spine and the extremities. Exercise interventions for mobility, stability, muscle performance, and balance.

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PT Clinical Notes: A Rehabilitation Pocket Guide

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Offers valuable insights on business practices • home health • women’s health • and wellness. Features 14 tabbed sections, pharmacology, lab values, covering different settings and systems as well as wellness, and billing. Helps the student and the practitioner work with patients from assessment through treatment to billing.

PT Clinical Notes: A Rehabilitation Pocket Guide #ad - . Covers equipment, techniques, and treatments.

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Mobilization Notes: A Rehabilitation Specialist's Pocket Guide Davis's Notes

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Organized by joint with anatomic diagrams and review tables of osteokinematic and arthrokinematic motions. Covers an innovative collection of joint mobilization techniques designed to address both accessory and physiologic motion with suggestions for modifications to meet unique demands. Used book in Good Condition.

Includes an eclectic blend of joint mobilization techniques taken from a variety of manual therapy approaches. Provides a summary of the current best evidence as it relates to the clinical performance of joint mobilization. Includes the full continuum of joint mobilization, including both thrust and non-thrust techniques.

Mobilization Notes: A Rehabilitation Specialist's Pocket Guide Davis's Notes #ad - Offers descriptive diagrams and tables that may be used to guide clinical decision-making when determining the efficacy, safety, and most appropriate use of joint mobilization procedures.

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Peds Rehab Notes: Evaluation and Intervention Pocket Guide Davis's Notes Book

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Outlines common pediatric diagnoses and their associated prognoses based the APTA’s guidelines. Reviews lab values • radiology • normal and abnormal cardiopulmonary development and values • common medications • acute care • the NICU • and much more. Covers common assistive technology devices positioning and accepted variations and uses samples to illustrate how to document these devices to third party payers.

Covers normal and abnormal orthopedic development and assessment, including normal, and referrals to other professionals, age-specific range of motion and strength • surgical interventions • and basic radiographic terminology, as well as differential diagnoses, when appropriate. Used book in Good Condition.

Peds Rehab Notes: Evaluation and Intervention Pocket Guide Davis's Notes Book #ad - Provides an overview of normal and abnormal reflexes • a summary of developmental milestones • and a comprehensive collection of assessment tools.

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Physical Therapy Quick Study: Academic

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QuickStudy #ad - Comprehensive guide on definitions and assessments related to the Physical Therapy field. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition.

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Plastic Angle Rule Goniometer 7" 360 Degrees

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BaseLine #ad - 360° rulongmeter. Features broad arms. Linear readings in inches and centimeters. Reads 0o to 180o in each direction in 5o increments. Goniometer fits in shirt pocket. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Inexpensive clear plastic goniometers have 5-inch linear scale calibrated in inches and centimeters.

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Motor Control: Translating Research into Clinical Practice

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LWW #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Reads 0o to 180o in each direction in 5o increments. Featuring new pedagogy, new videos, and separate lifespan chapters on development of mobility and aging and mobility, the Fifth Edition reflects the current explosion of research in the field of motor control. Written by leading experts in the field, this now classic resource prepares readers to effectively examine and treat patients with problems related to postural control, mobility, and upper extremity function using today's evidence-based best practices.

To make information easier to understand and follow, research on abnormal function, age-related issues, chapters follow a standard format: normal control process issues, and clinical applications of current research, including methods for examining and treating patients with motor dyscontol in each area.

. Motor control, mobility, this now classic resource prepares readers to effectively examine and treat patients with problems related to postural control, 5th Edition remains the only book available that bridges the gap between current and emerging motor control research and its application to clinical practice.

Motor Control: Translating Research into Clinical Practice #ad - Linear readings in inches and centimeters. Used book in Good Condition. Motor control, 5th edition remains the only book available that bridges the gap between current and emerging motor control research and its application to clinical practice. Features broad arms. Written by leading experts in the field, and upper extremity function using today's evidence-based best practices.

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Improving Functional Outcomes in Physical Rehabilitation

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Discussions address the foundational context for clinical decision-making and the conceptual framework for developing a comprehensive plan of care. An extensive program of photographs and figures illustrates the narrative descriptions of the intervention strategies. Laboratory practice activities focus on task analysis and acquisition of psychomotor skills.

Red flags” identify potential patient problems or precautions. Used book in Good Condition. Clinical notes” highlight key points and specific or unique aspects of an intervention. Detailed coverage examines strategies and interventions to promote enhanced motor function and independence in key functional skills.

Improving Functional Outcomes in Physical Rehabilitation #ad - Written by leading experts in the field, and upper extremity function using today's evidence-based best practices. Case studies present examples of patient management strategies based on effective clinical decision-making for patients with a variety of diagnoses, stroke, including traumatic brain injury, peripheral vestibular dysfunction, spinal cord injury, and Parkinson’s disease.

Motor control, this now classic resource prepares readers to effectively examine and treat patients with problems related to postural control, mobility, 5th Edition remains the only book available that bridges the gap between current and emerging motor control research and its application to clinical practice.

Tables summarize the content, while also functioning as concise study guides. Fifteen videos online at davisplus, interventions, present elements of the initial examination, corresponding to the fifteen case studies in the book, and outcomes for a variety of the commonly seen clinical conditions in rehabilitation settings.

Linear readings in inches and centimeters.

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Lifespan Neurorehabilitation: A Patient-Centered Approach from Examination to Interventions and Outcomes

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F.A. Davis Company #ad - Written by leading experts in the field, and upper extremity function using today's evidence-based best practices. Consistently organized chapters in each section for easier reference behaviorally stated objectives for each chapter glossary with terms bold-faced at first appearance patient case scenarios that emphasize the clinical relevance of the content “Patient Application” sections in the examination and intervention chapters that progress throughout the chapter and include “contemplate clinical decisions, ” with guiding questions to stimulate the clinical problem-solving process Charts/tables summarizing key information Full-color photograph illustrating basic and complex concepts, 4 medical and surgical management, 3 prognosis, many featuring real patients, 2 expected signs/symptoms and diagnostic tests, including series of photographs that capture sequential movement “Focus on Evidence” tables included on DavisPlus that summarize the scientific basis for the principles and techniques described Extensive reference lists to facilitate additional research A compendium on DavisPlus outlining the most common pediatric and adult medical diagnoses that puts the impairments and functional limitations in context and addresses 1 etiology/pathogenesis, and 5 a brief summary of five potential interventions that may be part of the plan of care based on expected examination results Used book in Good Condition.

Lifespan Neurorehabilitation: A Patient-Centered Approach from Examination to Interventions and Outcomes #ad - Reads 0o to 180o in each direction in 5o increments. Motor control, this now classic resource prepares readers to effectively examine and treat patients with problems related to postural control, mobility, 5th Edition remains the only book available that bridges the gap between current and emerging motor control research and its application to clinical practice.

Features broad arms. Linear readings in inches and centimeters. Used book in Good Condition.

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