Assessment in Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy
This unique reference is the first to combine physical therapy and occupational therapy in one comprehensive volume. Each chapter includes a synopsis of the material, background information, pathology, a description of the assessment tools, sample assessment procedures, a summary of pertinent research, a list of references, and a short glossary. Topics discussed range from statistical theory to surgical experiences to the patient's ability to be self-sufficient. This text provides the reader with an excellent conceptual foundation in assessment.
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