Rehabilitation of Movement,
Edition 1 Theoretical Basis of Clinical Practice
By Judith Pitt-Brooke, MSc, MCSP, SRP, Cert Ed

Publication Date: 13 Oct 1997
A core undergraduate physiotherapy textbook, Rehabilitation of Movement provides a literature based introduction to contemporary approaches in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Key Features

  • Consistent and readable text
  • Extensive use of visual material
  • Key points boxes and summaries
  • Reflects contemporary approach
    About the author
    By Judith Pitt-Brooke, MSc, MCSP, SRP, Cert Ed, Lecturer in Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy, University of Nottingham, Nottingham
    Table of Contents
    Classification and Terminology. Musculoskeletal Requirements for Normal Movement. Physiology of Motor Control. Neurodynamics. Pain. Clinical Reasoning--Basic Principles of Examination and Assessment. Clinical Measurement. Gait Analysis. Passive Techniques--A Review of Their Use in Clinical Practice. Neuromuscular Therapeutic Techniques and Approaches. Exercise in Health. Exercise in Rehabilitation. Ergonomics. Health Education and Communication. Application of the Cognitive Behavioural Approach.
    Book details
    ISBN: 9780702021572
    Page Count: 608
    Illustrations : 269 ills.
    Retail Price : £53.99
    Physiotherapy Students, Physiotherapy Practitioners.
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