Handbook of Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
S. Brent Brotzman
Mosby, 1996 - Medical - 384 pages
This is an abridged pocket-sized version of CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDIC REHABILITATION that orthopaedic surgeons and therapists can carry with them on rounds or in clinical settings. The rationale for treatment and rehabilitation steps are detailed for each disorder in an easy to use format.
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Extensor Tendon Injuries
Nerve Compression Syndromes
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90 degrees Achilles tendon ACL Reconstruction active ROM exercises active-assisted ROM acute ankle Arthroplasty athletes bearing to tolerance Begin active brace Clinical closed-chain exercises compression Continued REHABILITATION PROTOCOL—cont'd crutches decrease degrees of flexion digits dislocation distal dorsiflexion elbow exer extensor External Fixation feet 25 throws femoral flex flexion and extension flexor foot fracture full ROM functional hamstring healing heel iliotibial band immobilization increase Initiate injury internal fixation involved leg isokinetic isometric isometric exercises Itep knee extension ligament low back pain MCP joint medial motion muscle Orthopaedic passive ROM exercises patellar patellar tendon patellofemoral patient Perform Phase PIP joint plantar plantar fascia plantar flexion posterior postoperative Progress proprioception quadriceps REHABILITATION PROTOCOL repair Rest 10 minutes return to sports rotator cuff S/ra shoulder soft tissue spica splint splint stability straight leg raises strength strengthening exercises stress stretching surgery symptoms taping tibial tion treatment Warm-up throwing wrist