Michlovitz's Modalities for Therapeutic Intervention Seventh Edición
روش های میکلوویتز برای مداخله درمانی
A volume in the Contemporary Perspectives in Rehabilitation Series, curated by Steven L. Wolf, PhD, PT, FAPTA
Implement a current, evidence-based approach to the selection, application, and uses of therapeutic modalities as an essential tool for functionally based rehabilitation and as a complement to other types of interventions in a patient-centered model of care.
The 7th Edition of this groundbreaking text fosters an in-depth understanding of the science behind each modality, its advantages and limitations, its appropriateness for specific conditions, and its implementation. A hands-on problem-solving approach promotes the development of essential clinical decision-making skills through a wealth of full-color photographs and illustrations, special features, and challenging cases studies.
Case studies with clinical decision components feature rationales for selecting and applying each therapeutic modality.
Suggested Lab Activities promote discussion and hands-on practice.
Illustrations, photographs, and graphs bring the text to life and familiarize you with the equipment you'll need to know about when you enter your clinical rotations.
Important facts, highlighted in each chapter, prepare you for tests on the clinical application of the modality.
"Key Word Literature Searches" and "Websites for Literature for Evidence" boxes enhance your understanding of research and evidence.
New To This Edition:
Updated, Enhanced, & Revised! The content reflects the most current information on the science and practice of therapeutic interventions.
Updated & Enhanced! A more step-by-step approach to the application of the agents makes the procedures easier to follow and easier to understand.
New! Case Studies are followed by open-ended questions that promote active discussions of clinical decision-making.
New! "For Whom and When" boxes succinctly describe which patients are most appropriate for the application of a specific physical agent and when administration of the agent is most indicated and supported.
"Complementary Role" sections highlight how specific agents play a complementary role to other interventions as part of the larger plan of care.
Updated! References at the end of each chapter reflect timely and relevant sources of information.
- Paperback | 624 pages
- 152 x 229 x 27.94mm | 1,600g
- 24 Jan 2022
- F.A. Davis Company
- Pennsylvania, United States
- 7th Revised edition
- 334 illustrations