Rehabilitation of Stroke
Nationwide there has been an increase in demand for rehabilitation services brought on by an increasingly aging population and improved survival rates after stroke due to advancing medical care and technology. This is a clinical reference that maps out the rehabilitative care of stroke patients. This title covers everything from clinical presentation, to rehabilitation psychological treatments.
· Covers clinical presentations.
· Treatment during acute rehabilitation.
· Complete coverage of deficits of function, medical complications, and pain syndromes.
· Very practical orientation.
· Complete coverage of the rehabilitation process, from acute care to inpatient care to outpatient care
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