Physical Therapy Case Files: Orthopaedics: Orthopedics

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 5, 2013 - Medical - 464 pages
SHARPEN YOUR CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS AND PREPARE FOR REAL-WORLD PRACTICE WITH CLINICAL CASES

New in the authoritative Case Files series, Physical Therapy Case Files: Orthopaedics gives you case studies that illustrate critical concepts you need to build and enhance your skills in orthopaedic physical therapy. Each case includes a discussion of the health condition, examination, evaluation, diagnosis, plan of care and interventions, evidence-based practice recommendations, and references. NPTE-style review questions accompanying each case reinforce your learning. With Physical Therapy Case Files: Orthopaedics, everything you need to succeed in the clinic and on the NPTE is right here in your hands.

  • 34 orthopaedic cases with National Physical Therapy Examination-style review questions help you learn best practices in the context of patient care
  • Enhance your practice with evidence-based cases written by leading clinicians, researchers, and academics
  • Includes evidence-based ratings for treatment plans
  • Perfect for coursework use and NPTE preparation
 

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Contents

ThirtyFour Case Scenarios
3
Listing of Cases
483
Listing by Case Number
485
Listing by Health Condition Alphabetical
486
Index
487
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About the author (2013)

Erin Jobst is an Assistant Professor at the Pacific University School of Physical Therapy, in Hillsboro, OR, where she teaches courses covering physiology, pathology, pharmacology, patient care skills and therapeutic exercise. She also has extensive practical experience working in an Acute Care Hospital.

She is co-author of Pharmacology for the Physical Therapist, and came on board midstream to complete four chapters, edit 16, and was a big reason for completion of the project.

Jobst will serve as the lead author for Physical Therapy Case Studies in Acute Care, and will also serve as lead Editor of the Physical Therapy Case Studies series.

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