Clinical Rehabilitation

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Alena Kobesová, Feb 17, 2014 - Medical - 800 pages
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This is a comprehensive rehabilitation textbook emphasizing functional approach based on the aspects of the Prague School of Rehabilitation (www.rehabps.com), which was developed by Professors Vojta, Janda, Lewit and others. The publication is divided into general and special sections. The diagnostic section  describes in detail clinical evaluation approaches for the musculoskeletal system, testing and assessment  of a motor and sensory involvement and limitations in the activities of daily living. The text also includes psychological assessment in rehabilitation of painful conditions, functional laboratory assessments and functional assessment using imaging methods. In the general section of the therapeutic approaches, the authors focus on treatment rehabilitaton of the motor system and also focus on disorders of other organ systems. The special section of the book includes rehabilitation of individual clinical specialties, in which treatment rehabilitation plays an important part. The individual chapters include rehabilitation in neurology, orthopedics, internal diseases, gynecology, oncology, psychiatry, pain and psychosomatic conditions.

  This book is unique in its presentation of human development and the options for its implementation into diagnostic and therapeutic approaches of the movement system. A chapter is also devoted to the original diagnostic-therapeutic approach of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Professor Pavel Kolar, the main editor of the book. 

- full-color resource

- exceptional photographs of developmental sequences, radiographic images, diagrams and schematic drawings specific to the Prague School of Rehabilitation

and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

- 800 text pages

- photographs of pediatric ontogenetic development

 

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Contents

Current State of Providing Rehabilitation
2
AND INDICATIONS
13
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES FUNDAMENTALS OFACLINICALASSESSMENT
25
REHABILITATIVE CARE Muscle in Reflexive Context as Part
34
OF A FUNCTIONAL DEFICIT Postural Stability
40
Modified Examination of Standing
49
Pavel Kolář 1 1 2 Examination of Muscle Tone 60 Pavel Kolář Reflex Regulation of Muscle Tone
60
Rigidity
68
Alena Zumrová 1 16 4 Autosomal Dominant Spinocerebellar Ataxia
412
APALLIC SYNDROME
419
Accidents 423
440
TO SYMPTOMATOLOGY
447
TREATMENT REHABILITATION STRATEGIES 449 2 2 5 Deficit in the Nervous System Regulatory Mechanisms 450 Pavel Kolář CHANGE IN A...
450
OSTEOARTHRITIS
462
Elbow Joint Arthroplasty
468
JOINT INJURIES 474 BONE INJURIES FRACTURES 474 FRACTURE CLASSIFICATION
474

NEUROLOGIC SYNDROMOLOGY
82
MIXED SPINAL CORD LESION
86
Frontal Eye Field
92
NEUROMOTOR DEVELOPMENT AND ITS EXAMINATION
100
Postural Reactivity
112
Collis Vertical Suspension
118
CENTRAL COORDINATION DISTURBANCE
125
EXAMINATION OF THE JOINT SYSTEM
133
Pelvis and the Thorax
137
ANATOMICAL PARAMETERS INFLUENCING
143
Plexus
154
Instability Tests
160
ASSESSMENT OFTHEANKLE AND THE FOOT
183
VISCEROMOTOR RELATIONSHIPS 3 PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS
195
Vasomotricity
202
OF MOVEMENT
213
EXAMINATIONS
219
Visual Evoked Potentials VEPs
225
XRAY EXAMINATION
227
Pavel Kolář Martin Kynčl 4 3 2 Examination by Ultrasound 232 Zdeněk Hříbal 5 ASSESSMENT OF THE SEVERITY OF MOTOR INVOLVEMEN...
244
General Principles of Practice Techniques
253
Training of Deep Postural Stabilization of the Spine
259
Examples of Other Techniques
268
Pavel Kolář Jan Šulc 1 2 1 Methods of Pulmonary Physical Therapy 272 INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
295
Pavel Kolář Role of the Diaphragm during the Physiological 1 3 6 Brüggers Concept
302
PEP System ofBreathing 282
309
Phototherapy
314
GENERAL SECTION
322
THERAPY METHODS
335
Vojtas Method
341
APHASIAS
347
SCALENUS SYNDROME
372
DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS THROMBOEMBOLISM 386 URINARY DYSFUNCTION
386
TREMOR
402
Pseudoradicular Syndrome
495
Pharmaceutical Treatment
505
SUBACROMIAL BURSITIS
511
INSTABILITY
517
POSTTRAUMATIC COMPLICATIONS
523
Examination by Imaging Methods
530
TRANSIENT SYNOVITIS OF THE HIP
536
OVERUSE SOFT TISSUE INJURIES
537
GONARTHROSIS
543
HALLUX VALGUS
551
LeggCalvePerthes Disease
568
ORTHOTIC MANAGEMENT FOR PATIENTS
574
IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOPULMONARY
591
Assessment of the Functional Ability
598
Description of Pulmonary Function Parameters
603
Rehabilitation of Patients with COPD
610
Jan Šulc Rehabilitation of Patients on Breathing Support
616
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
631
CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AND DIAGNOSIS
638
ANATOMY OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
645
Selection in the Aging Population
651
IN ONCOLOGY
657
TREATMENT
667
IN GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
673
MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME
679
POSTPARTUM
687
SYNDROME CRPS
695
IN PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES
701
Systemic Diseases
711
OF SOCIAL AND VOCATIONAL
717
Assisted Education
723
Kinesiotherapy for the Treatment of Schizophrenia
730
ABBREVIATIONS
747
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About the author (2014)

Professor Kolar  is the Director of the Rehabilitation Department, University Hospital Motol, School of Medicine, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. He also acts as an adviser to the Director of the Hospital and serves as vice-dean of bachelor and master study at Second Medical Faculty, Charles University, Prague. Professor Kolar is renowned for his work in rehabilitation, in addition to his utilization of DNS methods to celebrities in the world of sports, politics and entertainment. He has been appointed team clinician for the Czech Olympic teams, Soccer team, Davis Cup tennis teams and national ice hockey teams. He gained wide recognition for his treatment of former Czech President Vaclav Havel, which included traveling and serving as the President’s personal clinician when he went abroad. Because of the profound influence of DNS to rehabilitation in the Czech Republic, Professor Kolar was awarded the prestigious "Presidential Award for Professional Excellence"  by Czech President Vaclav Klaus in 2007.

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