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Integrating Physical Agents in Rehabilitation (2nd Edition), Paperback, 2 Edition by Hecox PT MA, Bernadette (Used)

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Paperback: 2 Edition
Used: Good
9780838581322
0838581323

Publication Date: 2019-08-18
Publisher: Pearson
Paperback : 544 pages
Edition: 2 Edition
Author: Hecox PT MA, Bernadette
ISBN-10: 0838581323
ISBN-13: 9780838581322

Product Description Clear-cut, complete, and current, this guide blends practical application with scientific rationale in the application of physical agents as therapeutic modality.   Readers will become adept at appropriately and safely employing physical agents into a rehabilitation program.   More than a simplistic how-to guide, this book will challenge its readers to think critically when mapping out the best treatment options with optimal use of agents such as traction, compression, thermal agents, electromagnetic radiation, hydrotherapy, ultrasound, and electrical currents. Examination of all the most current physical agents and techniques highlighted in The Guide to Physical Therapy Practice of the American Physical Therapy Association. New chapters on physical agents dealing with management of wounds and pelvic floor dysfunction. Case studies aimed at sharpening readers’ clinical decision-making skills and illustrating techniques of applying physical agents. Emphasis on understanding the “why” and the “how” of smoothly integrating physical agents into a treatment program. Physical Therapy students and professionals. From the Back Cover Clear-cut, complete, and current, this guide blends practical application with scientific rationale in the application of physical agents as therapeutic modality.   Readers will become adept at appropriately and safely employing physical agents into a rehabilitation program.   More than a simplistic how-to guide, this book will challenge its readers to think critically when mapping out the best treatment options with optimal use of agents such as traction, compression, thermal agents, electromagnetic radiation, hydrotherapy, ultrasound, and electrical currents.Examination of all the most current physical agents and techniques highlighted inThe Guide to Physical Therapy Practiceof the American Physical Therapy Association. New chapters on physical agents dealing with management of wounds and pelvic floor dysfunction. Case studies aimed at sharpening readers' clinical decision-making skills and illustrating techniques of applying physical agents. Emphasis on understanding the “why and the “how of smoothly integrating physical agents into a treatment program. Physical Therapy students and professionals.


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