Brain. Spinal Cord. Treatment and rehabilitation of persons with disabilities
Management of Spinal Cord Injuries: A Guide for Physiotherapists. (Lisa Harvey, 2008). The aim of this book is to equip readers with a theoretical framework to manage people with spinal cord injury. It is intended for students and junior physiotherapists with little or no experience in the area of spinal cord injury but with a general understanding of the principles of physiotherapy.
Spinal Cord Injury: A Guide for Living. (Sara Palmer, Kay Harris Kriegsman, and Jeffrey B. Palmer. 2nd edition, 2008). Fully updated and revised, the second edition of Spinal Cord Injury is the definitive guide for people with SCI and their families. Combining first-person accounts with up-to-date medical information, the book addresses all aspects of spinal cord injury-recovery and coping, sex and family matters, transportation and housing, employment and leisure-and reviews the challenges encountered by people with spinal cord injury throughout their lives.
Essentials of Spinal Cord Injury (2013) is written for the spinal cord injury (SCI) team and reflects the multidisciplinary nature of treating patients with SCI. It integrates emerging medical and surgical approaches to SCI with neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuroimaging, neuroplasticity, and cellular transplantation. This comprehensive yet concise reference will enable neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, and allied health professionals caring for SCI patients to translate research results into patient care. It is also an excellent resource for those preparing for the board exam in SCI medicine.
ABC of Spinal Cord Injury (David Grundy, Andrew Swain. 2002). This ABC aims to present in as clear a way as possible the correct management of patients with acute spinal cord injury, step by step, through all the phases of care and rehabilitation until eventual return to the community.
Cavernous Malformations of the Brain and Spinal Cord. Giuseppe Lanzino, Robert F. Spetzler. 2008. Considered uncommon lesions before the introduction of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cavernous malformations (CMs) of the central nervous system (CNS) are frequently encountered in clinical practice. In the past two decades, we have gained a wealth of knowledge about their pathogenesis, natural history, and treatment. However, several aspects remain controversial.
Coping with Chronic Illness and Disability. Theoretical, Empirical, and Clinical Aspects. Ed. by Erin Martz, Hanoch Livneh. 2007. Up-to-date information on coping with high-profile conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injury, in-depth coverage of HIV/AIDS, chronic pain, and severe mental illness, coverage of therapeutic modalities adopted for treatment of people with CID, review of the current state of coping theory and research, appendix of instruments frequently used in assessment of coping.
Improving Functional Outcomes in Physical Rehabilitation. 1st Edition. (Susan B. O'Sullivan, Thomas J. Schmitz. 2009). Here is a practical, step-by-step guide to help you understanding the treatment process and to select the most appropriate intervention for your patient. Superbly illustrated, in-depth coverage will show you how to identify functional deficits, determine what treatments are appropriate, and then to implement them to achieve the best functional outcome for your patients.
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