Download PDF by Carolyn Kisner PT MS, Lynn Allen Colby PT MS: Therapeutic Exercise: Foundations and Techniques

By Carolyn Kisner PT MS, Lynn Allen Colby PT MS

ISBN-10: 080362574X

ISBN-13: 9780803625747

Thoroughly revised and up-to-date all through, Kisner & Colby’s 6th Edition offers the main updated workout directions for individualizing interventions for people with move issues.

Now with contributions from the top specialists within the box, it encompasses the entire ideas of healing workout and guide treatment, together with spinal surgical procedure and spinal manipulation. This popular handbook continues to be the authoritative resource for workout guideline for the therapist and for sufferer self-management.

Plus, you’ll have entry to Kisner and Colby's Therapeutic workout Video Library online at DavisPlus, featuring over 30 NEW full-color video clips—94 in all—demonstrating easy healing workouts and methods.

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2) is characterized as a bio-psycho-social model that integrates abilities and disabilities and provides a coherent perspective of various aspects of human functioning and disability as they relate to the continuum of health. 2 The ICF Framework. 33,68,69,81,159,160 Consequently, activity (the execution of a task or action by an individual)168 lies at the center of the ICF framework. All of the elements of the framework—the health condition, body functions/ structures, activity, participation, and contextual factors—are interrelated and have an impact on each other.

3,85,97,114,151,154,155 Cardiopulmonary fitness. 1,105 A synonymous term is cardiopulmonary endurance. 1 Interrelated components of physical function. Coordination. The correct timing and sequencing of muscle firing combined with the appropriate intensity of muscular contraction leading to the effective initiation, guiding, and grading of movement. 150,154 Flexibility. The ability to move freely, without restriction; used interchangeably with mobility. Mobility. 3,161 Passive mobility is dependent on soft tissue (contractile and noncontractile) extensibility; in addition, active mobility requires neuromuscular activation.

A clear arrow indicates active movement produced by the muscles crossing the respective joint or joints. xxxii R 2574_Ch01_001-042 18/08/12 3:27 PM Page 1 CHAPTER I 1 General Concepts Therapeutic Exercise Foundational Concepts Therapeutic Exercise: Impact on Physical Function 1 Definition of Therapeutic Exercise 2 Components of Physical Function: Definition of Key Terms 2 Types of Therapeutic Exercise Interventions 3 Exercise Safety 3 Classification of Health Status, Functioning, and Disability—Evolution of Models and Related Terminology 4 Background and Rationale for Classification Systems 4 A Models of Functioning and Disability—Past and Present 4 Components of Functioning and Disability Models and Applications in Physical Therapy 5 Patient Management and Clinical Decision-Making: An Interactive Relationship 12 Clinical Decision-Making 12 Evidence-Based Practice 13 A Patient Management Model 15 lmost everyone, regardless of age, values the ability to function as independently as possible during activities of everyday life.

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