Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Handbook

”Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Extremity”, written by Terri M. Skirven OTR/L CHT, A. Lee Osterman MD, Jane Fedorczyk PT PhD CHT ATC and Peter C. Amadio MD  is a manual that:
helps  apply some of the best practices in the rehabilitation of wrist, hand,  arm, elbow  and shoulder problems, so patients can achieve the highest level of function possible. This popular text has been updated with 30 new chapters that  also includes the latest information on imaging,  vascular disorders,  fingertip injuries, tendon transfers, mobilization techniques, pain management and traumatic brachial plexus injuries. The editorial team has been expanded and  contributors provide  a fresh, authoritative, and truly global perspective. New full-color images   provide  visual guidance.
The text provides excellent patient care and the best outcomes with trusted guidance from this multidisciplinary resource. There is a comprehensive resource covering the entire upper extremity which now includes increased coverage of wrist and elbow problems.
The text also applies the latest rehabilitation protocols, treatments and expertise of leading surgeons and therapists to help  patients regain maximum movement following traumatic injuries or to improve limited functionality that is caused by chronic or acquired conditions.
It effectively implements the newest techniques which are detailed in new updated chapters consisting of a variety of sports-specific and other acquired injuries as well as chronic disorders.
The book keeps up with the latest advances in imaging, arthroscopy,  vascular disorders, fingertip injuries, tendon transfers,  mobilization techniques, traumatic brachial plexus injuries, and pain management.
The text contains conditions and treatments as they appear in practice and includes detailed, full-color design, illustrations, and photographs.
It also accesses   videos of surgical and rehabilitation techniques, patient handouts,  regular updates at http://www.expertconsult.com and links to Pub Med.
This 6th edition of the classic text combines the expertise of hand therapists and hand surgeons and  details the diagnosis  and management of hand / upper extremity disorders. This comprehensive resource covers the entire upper extremity including increased coverage of wrist, elbow and shoulder problems.
The HANDTUTOR and ARMTUTOR are some of the latest physical therapy solutions available to patients  that allow for functional rehabilitation of the upper extremity including the shoulder, elbow and wrist. The system consists of an ergonomic wearable glove and arm brace together with dedicated rehabilitation software. The ARMTUTOR™ and HANDTUTOR™ systems (LEGTUTOR, 3DTUTOR) allow the physical and occupational therapist to report on and evaluate the patient’s functional rehabilitation progress. This allows the PT and OT to prescribe the correct customized and motivating intensive exercise practice to the patient. Intensive repetition of movement is achieved through  challenging games set to the patient’s  ability. The system provides detailed exercise performance instructions and precise feedback on the patient’s efforts. Controlled exercise of multijoints within the normal movement pattern prevents the development of undesired and compensatory joint movement and ensures better performance of functional tasks.
Telerehabilitation allows the recovering patient to continue his physical therapy at home. The system is used by many leading rehabilitation centers worldwide and has full FDA and CE certification. See WWW.MEDITOUCH.CO.IL for more information.
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