A Team Approach to the Aquatic Continuum of Care

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000 - Medical - 177 pages
This is the first book on aquatic therapy to offer a practical overview of the disciplines involved in aquatics and how they work together to fit the continuum of care. It will help physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other rehabilitation specialists understand how they can maximize resources, increase productivity, and improve clinical outcomes with aquatic therapy.

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Contents

The Lyton Model for the Aquatic Continuum of Care
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Licensure Registration Certification and Title Acts
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Aquatic Rehabilitation Techniques and Education
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