Physical Agents in Rehabilitation : From Research to Practice (2 SUB)

Physical Agents in Rehabilitation : From Research to Practice (2 SUB)

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Table of Contents

    Introduction to Physical Agents                1  (12)
Definitions and Examples of Physical 2 (1)
Agents
Categories of Physical Agents 2 (2)
History of the Use of Physical Agents 4 (1)
in Medicine and Rehabilitation
The Role of Rehabilitation in Patient 5 (1)
Care
The Role of Physical Agents in 6 (1)
Rehabilitation
Effects of Physical Agents 7 (3)
General Contraindications and 10 (1)
Precautions for the use of Physical
Agents
Chapter Review 10 (3)
SECTION ONE PATHOLOGY AND PATIENT PROBLEMS
Inflammation and Tissue Repair 13 (28)
Julie A. Pryde
Inflamation Phase (Days 1-6) 15 (9)
Proliferation Phase (Days 3-20) 24 (5)
Maturation Phase (Day 9 On) 29 (1)
Chronic Inflammation 30 (2)
Factors Affecting the Healing Process 32 (2)
Healing of Specific Musculoskeletal 34 (3)
Tissues
Clinical Case Study 37 (1)
Chapter Review 37 (4)
Pain 41 (32)
Types of Pain 42 (3)
Mechanisms of Pain Reception and 45 (7)
Transmission
Pain Modulation and Control 52 (2)
Measuring Pain 54 (3)
Pain Management Approaches 57 (6)
Clinical Case Studies 63 (2)
Chapter Review 65 (8)
Tone Abnormalities 73 (38)
Diane D. Allen
Gail L. Widener
Muscle Tone Defined 74 (2)
Terminology for Tone Abnormalities 76 (1)
Measuring Muscle Tone 77 (3)
The Anatomical Bases of Muscle Tone and 80 (15)
Muscle Activation
Abnormal Muscle Tone and It's 95 (9)
Consequences
Clinical Case Studies 104(3)
Chapter Review 107(4)
Motion Restrictions 111(22)
Linda G. Monroe
Introduction 112(1)
Types of Motion 112(3)
Patterns of Motion Restriction 115(1)
Tissues That Can Restrict Motion 115(1)
Pathologies That Can Cause Motion 116(3)
Restrictions
Assessment of Motion Restrictions 119(4)
Treatment Approaches for Motion 123(3)
Restrictions
The Role of Physical Agents in the 126(1)
Treatment of Motion Restrictions
Clinical Case Studies 127(1)
Chapter Review 128(5)
SECTION TWO THE PHYSICAL AGENTS
Thermal Agents: Cold and Heat 133(52)
Physical Principles of Thermal Energy 134(3)
Specific Heat 134(1)
Modes of Heat Transfer 134(3)
Cold---Cryotherapy 137(21)
Effects of Cold 138(3)
Uses of Cryotherapy 141(3)
Contraindications and Precautions for 144(1)
Cryotherapy
Contraindications for the Application 144(2)
of Cryotherapy
Precautions for the Application of 146(1)
Cryotherapy
Adverse Effects of Cryotherapy 146(1)
Application Techniques 147(8)
Documentation 155(1)
Clinical Case Studies 155(3)
Heat--Thermotherapy 158(22)
Effects of Heat 158(4)
Uses of Superficial Heat 162(1)
Contraindications and Precautions for 162(1)
Thermotherapy
Contraindications for the Use of 163(1)
Thermotherapy
Precautions for the Use of Thermotherapy 164(2)
Adverse Effects of Thermotherapy 166(2)
Application Techniques 168(9)
Other Means of Applying Thermotherapy 177(1)
Documentation 177(1)
Clinical Case Studies 177(3)
Choosing Between Cryotherapy and 180(5)
Thermotherapy
Chapter Review 180(5)
Ultrasound 185(34)
History 186(1)
Terminology 187(6)
Generation of Ultrasound 193(1)
Effects of Ultrasound 193(1)
Thermal Effects 193(2)
Nonthermal Effects 195(1)
Clinical Applications of Ultrasound 196(8)
Contraindications and Precautions for 204(1)
Ultrasound
Contraindications for the Use of 204(2)
Ultrasound
Precautions for the Application of 206(1)
Ultrasound
Adverse Effects of Ultrasound 207(1)
Application Technique 207(3)
Documentation 210(1)
Clinical Case Studies 211(3)
Chapter Review 214(5)
Electrical Currents 219(42)
Sara Shapiro
Introduction and History 220(41)
Terminology for Electrical Currents 220(7)
Effects of Electrical Currents 227(3)
Clinical Applications of Electrical 230(7)
Currents
Electrical Current in Clinical Practice 237(1)
Contraindications for Electrical 238(1)
Stimulation
Precautions for Electrical Stimulation 238(12)
Documentation 250(1)
Clinical Case Studies 251(3)
Chapter Review 254(7)
Hydrotherapy 261(46)
Physical Properties of Water 262(3)
Physiological Effects of Hydrotherapy 265(5)
Uses of Hydrptherapy 270(8)
Contraindications and Precautions for 278(1)
Hydrotherapy
Contraindications for Local Immersion 278(1)
Forms of Hydrotherapy
Precautions for Local Immersion Forms 279(1)
of Hydrotherapy
Contraindications for Full Body 280(1)
Immersion Hydrotherapy
Precautions for Full Body Immersion 281(1)
Hydrotherapy
Precautions for Full Body Immersion in 282(1)
Hot or Very Warm Water
Precautions for Nonimmersion 283(1)
Hydrotherapy
Adverse Effects of Hydrotherapy 283(1)
Application Techniques 284(11)
Documentation 295(1)
Safety Issues Regarding Hydrotherapy, 296(2)
Including Infection Control and Pool
Safety
Clinical Case Studies 298(4)
Chapter Review 302(5)
Traction 307(34)
Effects of Spinal Traction 308(2)
Clinical Indications for the Use of 310(2)
Spinal Traction
Contraindications and Precautions for 312(1)
Spinal Traction
Contraindications for the Use of 313(1)
Traction
Precautions for the Use of Traction 314(3)
Adverse Effects of Spinal Traction 317(1)
Application Techniques 318(16)
Documentation 334(1)
Clinical Case Studies 335(4)
Chapter Review 339(2)
Compression 341(28)
Effects of External Compression 342(1)
Clinical Indications for the Use of 343(6)
External Compression
Contraindications and Precautions for 349(1)
External Compression
Contraindications for the Use of 349(2)
Intermittent or Sequential Compression
Pumps
Precautions for the Use of Intermittent 351(2)
or Sequential Compression Pumps
Adverse Effects of External Compression 353(1)
Application Techniques 353(9)
Documentation 362(1)
Clinical Case Studies 362(4)
Chapter Review 366(3)
Electromagnetic Radiation 369(46)
Michelle H. Cameron
Diana Perez
Suzana Otano-Lata
Physical Properties of Electromagnetic 371(2)
Radiation
Physiological Effects of Electromagnetic 373(42)
Radiation
Physical Properties of Ultraviolet 373(1)
Radiation
Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation 374(1)
Clinical Indications for the Use of 375(2)
Ultraviolet Radiation
Contraindications for the Use of 377(1)
Ultraviolet Radiation
Precautions for the Use of Ultraviolet 377(1)
Radiation
Adverse Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation 378(1)
Application Techniques 379(3)
Documentation 382(1)
Selecting a UV Lamp 382(1)
Clinical Case Study 382(1)
Physical Properties of Lasers 383(2)
Effects of Cold Lasers 385(1)
Clinical Indications for the Use of 386(1)
Cold Lasers
Contraindications and Precautions for 387(1)
Lasers
Contraindications for the Use of Lasers 388
Precautions for the Use of Lasers 387(1)
Physical Properties of 388(1)
Diathermy---Thermal and Nonthermal
Types of Diathermy Applicators 389(3)
Effects of Diathermy 392(1)
Clinical Indications for the Use of 393(2)
Diathermy
Contraindications and Precautions for 395(1)
Diathermy
Contraindications for All Forms of 396(1)
Diathermy
Contraindications for Thermal-Level 396(1)
Diathermy
Contraindications for Nonthermal Pulsed 397(1)
Shortwave Diathermy
Precautions for All Forms of Diathermy 398(1)
Precautions for Nonthermal Pulsed 399(1)
Shortwave Diathermy
Adverse Effects of Diathermy 399(1)
Application Techniques 399(3)
Documentation 402(1)
Selecting a Diathermy Device 403(1)
Clinical Case Studies 404(2)
Chapter Review 406(9)
SECTION THREE INTEGRATING PHYSICAL AGENTS
INTO PRESENT AND FUTURE PRACTICE
Integrating Physical Agents into Patient 415(26)
Care
Attributes to be Considered in the 416(10)
Selection of Physical Agents
Using Physical Agents in Combination 426(1)
with Each Other or with Other
Interventions
Using Physical Agents within Different 427(1)
Health Care Delivery Systems
Clinical Case Studies 428(9)
Chapter Review 437(4)
Directions for Future Research and 441(20)
Application
Why Further Research on the Physical 442(13)
Agents in Rehabilitation Is Needed
Areas for Future Research on Physical 442(4)
Agents
Methodological Characteristics of 446(7)
Future Research on Physical Agents
Conclusion 453(1)
Chapter Review 453(2)
APPENDICES
A Glossary of Commonly Used Terms 455(5)
B Commonly Used Abbreviations and Acronyms 460(1)
C Units 461