Rehabilitation of movement : theoretical basis of clinical practice / edited by Judith Pitt-Brooke ... [et al.].Material type: TextPublication details: London : W. B. Saunders, c1998. ISBN: 0702021571Subject(s): Physical therapy | Movement therapyDDC classification: 615.82
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
A. Factors Influencing Movement. 1. Classification and terminology / Jane Lockwood. 2. Musculoskeletal requirements for normal movement / Jane Lockwood. 3. Physiology of motor control / Simon Mockett. 4. Neurodynamics / Louis Gifford. 5. Pain / Louis Gifford -- B. Examination, Assessment and Measurement Techniques. 6. Clinical reasoning: basic principles of examination and assessment / Heather Reid. 7. Clinical measurement / Fran Polak. 8. Gait analysis / Fran Polak -- C. Contemporary Therapeutic Approaches to Clinical Practice. 9. Passive techniques: a review of their use in clinical practice / Kevin Banks. 10. Neuromuscular therapeutic techniques and approaches / Judith Pitt-Brooke. 11. Exercise in health / Kate Kerr. 12. Exercise in rehabilitation / Kate Kerr. 13. Ergonomics / Sue Hignett. 14. Health education and communication / Kate Kerr and Maureen Maxwell. 15. Application of the cognitive-behavioural approach / Vicki Harding.