Shoulder Rehabilitation: Non-operative Treatment

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Thieme, 2006 - Medical - 180 pages
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This book presents the latest evidence-based information on current
non-operative treatment recommendations for shoulder rehabilitation. Addressing
a range of shoulder disorders, including glenohumeral joint instability,
glenohumeral joint impingement, and frozen shoulder, Shoulder Rehabilitation: Non-Operative Treatment provides easy-to-follow guidelines on how to develop rehabilitation plans tailored to the specific needs of the patient. It also covers special topics in shoulder rehabilitation, such as how to modify traditional exercises for shoulder rehabilitation; the use of taping and external devices in rehabilitation; and the use of interval-based sport return programs.



Highlights of this text:



  • In-depth coverage of specific shoulder pathologies
    with key basic science information

  • Detailed descriptions of specific exercise
    modifications that will help return the active shoulder patient to full
    activity following physical therapy

  • Extensive use of photographs and figures that illustrate
    recommended exercise and mobilization techniques

An ideal clinical reference,
this book will benefit specialists in orthopedics, sports medicine, and physical
therapy, as well as students in graduate-level physical therapy and athletic training programs.

 

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Great and insightful
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Contents

Rehabilitation of Specific Shoulder Pathologies
1
Rehabilitation of Shoulder Impingement
3
Rehabilitation of MicroInstability
23
Rehabilitation of MacroInstability
39
Rehabilitation of Adhesive Capsulitis
64
Rehabilitation of Acromioclavicular Joint Injuries
72
Classification and Treatment of Scapular Pathology
94
Special Topics in Shoulder Rehabilitation
105
Modification of Traditional Exercises for Shoulder Rehabilitation and a ReturntoLifting Program
107
Use of Taping and External Devices in Shoulder Rehabilitation
124
Use of Interval Return Programs for Shoulder Rehabilitation
139
Index
166
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Clinic Director, Scottsdale Sports Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ, USA

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