A practical guide to health promotion after spinal cord injury
A clearly identified but largely unmet need after spinal cord injury is health and fitness promotion. This book integrates multifaceted health-oriented principles and practices into the rehabilitation of those with spinal cord injury and serves as a resource in both rehabilitation facilities and in community-based settings. Tables, figures, illustrations, and educational handouts complement the text. Carefully designed patient handouts save you time creating self-care, take-home materials and boost compliance.
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PART ITHE FRAMEWORK
Chapter 2Models Concepts and Terminology
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