Clinical Decisions in Therapeutic Exercise

Clinical Decisions in Therapeutic Exercise : Planning and Implementation

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For courses in Therapeutic Exercise. Clinical Decisions in Therapeutic Exercise Program Planning provides a contemporary, evidence-based overview of the topics that influence decisions regarding therapeutic exercise program development by integrating neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal considerations. This resource encourages the reader to consider relevant evidence along with a comprehensive, holistic understanding of the individual when making clinical decisions regarding a plan of care and the most appropriate exercise intervention(s). Case Studies present not just the injury, but also the lifestyle, attitudes, social and medical history and personality of the client to aid in effective program planning.show more

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  • Hardback | 720 pages
  • 221 x 274.3 x 30.5mm | 1,678.31g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130480363
  • 9780130480361

Table of contents

Part I Foundations of Therapeutic Exercise Program Planning 1. Effects of Immobilization and Disuse on Body System Function Introduction Effects of Immobilization and Disuse on the Musculoskeletal System Ligament and Tendon Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Articular Cartilage Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Neuromuscular Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Cardiovascular Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Pulmonary Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Hematological Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Integumentary Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Gastrointestinal Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Urinary Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Metabolic Effects of Immobilization and Disuse Psychosocial Considerations Disability and Quality of Life Therapeutic Exercise and Its Contraindications Summary References 2. The Physiology of Muscle Activation Introduction Muscle Metabolism Nutrition Pharmacological Agents and Exercise Motor Units and Muscle Fibers Spinal Reflexes Summary References 3. Stretching for Musculotendinous Extensibility and Joint Flexibility Introduction Viscoelastic Tissue Properties Adaptations in Connective Tissue Structure, Viscoelastic Properties, and Function of Tissue Influence of Training, Disuse, Aging, and Gender on Tissues of the Musculoskeletal System Influence of Sensory and Motor Systems on Flexibility Stretching and Musculotendinous Flexibility Flexibility and Associated Topics Principles of Stretching General Effects of Stretching Types of Stretching Stretching Comparisons Proposed Stretching Benefits Performance Enhancement Stretching Precautions Stretching Aids Essentials of a Stretching Program Summary References 4. Training for Cardiopulmonary and Cardiovascular Fitness Introduction Metabolic Pathways Blood Lactate Accumulation Response to Exercise Aerobic Capacity and Endurance Maximal Oxygen Uptake (VO2max) Factors Affecting VO2max Training for Maximal Aerobic Capacity Exercise Economy and Aerobic Capacity Effects of Endurance Training Thermoregulation Clinical Exercise Testing Laboratory Testing Field Testing Lifespan Changes Introduction to Aerobic Exercise Prescription Components of Aerobic Power Exercise Prescription Exercise Modes to Improve Aerobic Fitness Aerobic Exercise Progression Special Considerations In Aerobic Exercise Summary References 5. Training for Muscular Strength, Power, Endurance and Hypertrophy Introduction Resistance Training Considerations Resistance Training Principles Fundamentals of Muscular Fitness Resistance Training Program Design Therapeutic Exercise Program Applications of Cross Training and Circuit Training Pyramids, Split Routines, Super Sets, and Compound Sets Exercise, Therapeutic Exercise, or Rehabilitation? General Principles of Therapeutic Exercise Intervention The Dosage Dilemma: How Much Is Enough, Too Much, or Not Enough? Considerations of the Squat and its Variations as Cornerstones of Lower Extremity Exercise The Spinal Engine Plyometrics: Training for Power Functional Performance Testing Common Methods of Resistance Training Other Resistance Training Environments Common Denominators of Successful Knee Injury Prevention Programs Summary References 6. Training for Joint Stability Introduction The Organization of Joint Stability Treatment Techniques Summary References 7. Training for Proprioception and Kinesthesia Introduction What is Proprioception? Neuroanatomic and Neurophysiologic Basis for Proprioception Muscle Receptors: Muscle Spindle and Golgi Tendon Organ (GTO) Articular Receptors: Capsular and Ligamentous Mechanoreceptors Evidence for a Primary Source of Afferent Information for Proprioception Testing Proprioception Knee Joint Proprioception Shoulder Joint Proprioception Ankle Proprioception The Spine and Proprioception Effects of Training/Exercise on Proprioception Aspects of Therapeutic Exercise and Training with Utilization of Proprioceptive Input Exercise and Training Guidelines Summary References 8. Training for Neuromuscular Coordination and Re-Education Introduction Movement Movement Accuracy Movement Errors Pointing or Reaching with the Upper Extremity Locomotion Input to the Central Nervous System (CNS) Central Nervous System--Motor Processing Central Nervous System Output Background of Movement Control and Motor Learning Equilibrium Point Hypothesis Amplitude and Duration Control CNS Control of Movement Motor Planning--Input Motor Planning--Central Processing Motor Program--Output Motor Learning Age and Training Neuromuscular Training/Evaluation and Techniques Critical Tracking Tasks Medicine Ball and Plyometric Exercises from a Motor Control Perspective Summary References 9. Training for Agility and Balance Introduction Components of Agility Changes Across the Lifespan Biomechanics of Agility Agility Training Progressions Agility Drill Examples Agility as a Therapeutic Exercise Balance Summary References 10. Complementary and Alternative Approaches to Movement and Exercise Introduction Recent Events Terminology Classification System Basic Concepts Behind Complementary and Alternative Movement Approaches Ten Principles of Movement Quality Dance Therapy The Feldenkrais Method Nickolaus Technique Pilates Qigong Tai Chi Yoga Summary References 11. Therapeutic Exercise Program Design Considerations: Putting It All Together Introduction to Health Information Processing Care Pathways Algorithm Development Care Pathway Guidelines for Rehabilitation Clinicians Paradigm Shifts in Therapeutic Exercise Programs Improving Client Compliance and Achieving Positive Behavioral Change Counseling and Education Skills Cognitive Behavioral Models for Therapeutic Exercise Program Intervention Age, Osteoarthritis, Arthroplasty, and Therapeutic Exercise Treatment Goal Documentation The Rehabilitation-Conditioning Transition: Achieving Functional Readiness Return to Activity Decision Making Stress Management Summary References Part II Therapeutic Exercise Program Implementation: 1. Client Case #1 2. Client Case #2 3. Client Case #3 4. Client Case #4 5. Client Case #5 6. Client Case #6 7. Client Case #7 8. Client Case #8 9. Client Case #9 10. Client Case #10show more