Hand and Upper Extremity Splinting: Principles & Methods
Mosby, 2005 - Medical - 725 pages
This updated version includes the basic concepts and principles of splint design, splints acting on the elbow and shoulder; and splinting pediatric patients, workers, musicians, athletes and spastic patients. An expanded alphabetical index of 800 splints provides a photographic key to all splints mentioned in the book.
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PART TWO FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS
PART THREE PRINCIPLES
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abduction and MP abduction and MP-IP abduction mobilization splint applied circumduction Clinical CMC joint CMC palmar abduction CMC radial abduction collateral ligaments contracture deformity distal dorsal Elbow extension Extension Extension Extension extension mobilization splint extension restriction extensor finger flexion finger MP extension finger MP flexion flexion mobilization splint flexor tendon force forearm fracture function hand splints Hand Ther humerus immobilization index-small finger extension Index-small finger MP injury interphalangeal joint metacarpal metacarpophalangeal joint mobilization assist Mosby MP joint muscle neoprene nerve outrigger palmar abduction mobilization passive patient phalangeal PIP extension mobilization PIP joint position proximal interphalangeal joint range of motion rehabilitation restriction splint rotation shoulder soft tissue splint design strap supination tendon therapists thermoplastic thumb CMC palmar thumb CMC radial thumb MP Thumb Thumb Thumb tion tissue expansion torque transmission splint traction ulnar deviation ulnar nerve upper extremity Velcro Wrist extension mobilization Wrist flexion