Physical Rehabilitation: Assessment and Treatment

Front Cover
F.A. Davis, 2001 - Medical - 1152 pages
-- A state-of-the art perspective on the management of physical disability within a logical and streamlined framework
-- A thorough description of various treatment approaches, including alternative approaches commonly encountered in the rehabilitation setting
-- Integrates basic surgical, medical, and therapeutic concepts to teach the reader how to select appropriate evaluation procedures and to develop treatment goals and plans
-- New tables, figures, and photographs illuminate the content
-- Pedagogical tools include learning objectives, introduction, summary, study questions, references, and glossary

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

I have been a physical therapist for 7 years and I still use this as a reference. It is one of only two truly useful books on my desk!

Bibliographic information