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Any practice described in this book should be applied by the reader in ac-cordance with professional standards of care used in regard to the unique circumstances that may ap-ply in each situation. The reader is advised always to check product information package inserts forchanges and new information regarding dose and contraindications before administering any drug.
Caution is especially urged when using new or infrequently ordered drugs. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN X1. Exercise therapyHandbooks, manuals, etc. Colby, Lynn Allen. Authorization to photocopy items for internal or personal use, or the internal or personal use of spe-cific clients, is granted by F. For those organizations that have been granted aphotocopy license by CCC, a separate system of payment has been arranged. To Jerry and our growing familyas always, your love and support has sustained methrough this project.
To our parentswho have been supportive throughout our livesTo our studentswho have taught us so much. Terri M. JosephCincinnati, Ohio. What will be most obvious to those who are fa-miliar with previous editions of this text are thechanges in format and design of this edition.
Thedouble-column format and the use of color were se-lected to help the reader to locate information moreeasily and to enhance organization of the material. We have kept the succinct language and straightfor-ward presentation of the content that has been wellreceived in the previous editions; in addition we haveexpanded the discussion of concepts and techniquesto provide the reader with a more comprehensiveanalysis of the material.
Major changes we havemade in this Fourth Edition include the following:. Complete rewriting of Chapter 1 incorporating in-formation on the disablement process and the po-tential impact of therapeutic exercise on thatprocess, as well as the components of a compre-hensive, systematic approach to patient manage-ment consistent with the guidelines proposed inthe Guide to Physical Therapist Practice.
A revisedoutline of a systematic and detailed muscu-loskeletal examination that used to be in Chapter1 is now in Appendix A. Extensive reorganization of Chapter 3, ResistanceExercise, to include the multi-faceted aspects ofmuscle performance. In addition, principles andtechniques of proprioceptive neuromuscular facil-itation for applications of the extremity patternshave been added.
Addition of material on mobilization with move-ment MWM , based on the work of Brian Mulli-gan, by contributor Jack Miller, an accreditedMulligan concept teacher. The concepts and prin-ciples of MWM are presented in Chapter 6, withspecific techniques described in each of the re-spective regional chapters on the extremities Chapters Each revision of this textbook is a challenging,demanding, sometimes daunting, and in thefinal analysis, satisfying task. We believe thisedition, as with past editions, is inclusive and up-to-date in light of current research and trends in prac-tice.
It continually amazes us how quickly theknowledge base and creative interpretations of basicand applied research including outcome studies in-fluence the delivery of healthcare. Since publicationof the Third Edition of Therapeutic Exercise in ,the American Physical Therapy Association has pub-lished and revised the Guide to Physical TherapistPractice, many new studies on patient outcomeshave been published, technology for communicationhas expanded, and the healthcare environment hasdemanded continued high-quality care but more ef-ficient delivery of services.
Each of these major fac-tors has influenced the way we think and practiceand thus has influenced the presentation of materialin this text. Our original intent when developing the first edi-tion of this textbook over 16 years ago was to pro-vide a foundation of concepts and techniques uponwhich an individualized program of therapeutic ex-ercise could be built.
With each revision we haveexpanded the content to include new methods ofexercise intervention that have been shown to bebeneficial in remediating a patients physical im-pairments and functional limitations. The founda-tional material remains an important component ofthis text. Yet, functional exercise progressions thatare built on basic exercise techniques and that pre-pare patients or clients to return to optimal levels ofindependence are also integral components of thistext.
In addition to principles of exercise, back-ground information on various pathologies andmusculoskeletal surgeries, descriptions of exercisetechniques, and management guidelines are in-cluded to assist the reader in the development and.
Research supporting the use of the aquatic en-vironment in the rehabilitation process of muscu-loskeletal impairments is integrated with varioustechniques of exercise interventions. Addition of a section at the completion of eachchapter entitled Independent Learning Activities. This section has several types of activities for stu-dents using this text.
The subsection called Criti-cal Thinking and Discussion has discussionpoints or a series of questions to stimulate activelearning and problem solving or to direct the stu-dent to further inquiry. The subsection calledLaboratory Practice directs the learner toward ac-tivities that can be practiced in order to developspecific skills related to the application of thera-peutic exercise interventions.
The subsectioncalled Case Studies presents several case scenar-ios and questions that reflect the content of thechapter to help the learner integrate the informa-tion presented and apply it to real-life situations.
Reorganization of the spine chapters with the ad-dition of material that reflects current thinking onways to categorize patient conditions and ap-proaches to intervention Chapter 15 , and thepresentation of exercise interventions with empha-sis on activation of core stabilizers and stabiliza-tion techniques integrated into a comprehensiveapproach to management of spinal impairmentsand functional limitations Chapter Thosereaders familiar with previous editions will noticethat the chapter on spinal traction is not in this edi-tion.
Nevertheless we still believe that spinal trac-tion is a useful tool for intervention in the treatmentof spinal disorders. Because it can be used to stretchjoints and tissues in the spinal region, content spe-cific to this p. Therapeutic exercise. Download for free Report this document. Kisner, MS F. Davis Company Philadelphia Davis Company Copyright , , by F. Forgione As new scientific information becomes available through basic and clinical research, recommendedtreatments and drug therapies undergo changes.
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