Therapy of the Hand and Upper Extremity: Rehabilitation ProtocolsDe (autor) Scott F. M. Duncan, Christopher W. Flowers
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 02 Mar 2015
Part I: Shoulder Arthroplasty.- Part II: Shoulder Sports Injuries.- Part III: Shoulder Trauma.- Part IV: Elbow Nerve Injuries.- Part V: Elbow Sports Injuries.- Part VI: Elbow Trauma.- Part VII: Wrist Bone Injuries.- Part VIII: Wrist Ligament/Soft Tissue Injuries.- Part IX: Wrist Nerve Injuries.- Part X: Wrist Tendon Injuries.- Part XI: Hand/Finger Bone Injuries.- Part XII: Hand/Finger Nerve Injuries.- Part XIII: Hand/Finger Soft Tissue/Ligament Injuries.- Part XIV: Hand/Finger Tendon Injuries.
Scott F. M. Duncan, MD, MPH, MBA, Boston University/Boston Medical Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Boston, MA, USA
Christopher W. Flowers, MD, Ochsner Medical Center, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, New Orleans, LA, USA
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Presenting over 100 rehabilitation protocols for the hand and upper extremity in an easy-to-use, step-by-step format, this practical reference provides surgeons and therapists alike with a go-to source for the therapy technique or strategy appropriate for their patients. Covering injuries from the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers, each protocol includes bullet-pointed steps in daily or weekly increments following the injury or surgery and are inherently adaptable to the specific surgical intervention or rehabilitation requirement. Procedures following arthroplasty, extensor and flexor tendon injuries, fractures and dislocations, ligament and soft tissue injures, and nerve compression syndromes are among the many and multifaceted therapies presented. This book will be an invaluable resource for the orthopedic surgeon, hand surgeon, physical therapist, occupational therapist, hand therapist and any active clinician treating injuries to the hand and upper extremity.
Covers therapy strategies for injuries to bone, muscle, soft tissue/ligaments, tendons and nerves, as well as arthroplasty, sports and traumatic injuries
Protocols can be modified by the surgeon and therapist to fit the patient's unique diagnosis and situation