Mosby's Field Guide to Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction

Mosby's Field Guide to Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction

By Mosby

Section 1: Overview and Occupational Therapy Process

- The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, 2nd Edition, and the Practice of Occupational Therapy for People with Physical Disabilities

- Application of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework to Physical Dysfunction

- Health Promotion and Wellness for People with Physical Disabilities

- Teaching activities in Occupational Therapy

- Documentation of Occupational Therapy Services

- Infection Control and Safety Issues in the Clinic

Section 2: Occupational Performance and the Performance Areas: Evaluation and Intervention

- Wheelchair Selection

- Transfer Techniques

Section 3: Performance Skills and Client Factors: Evaluation and Intervention

- Assistive Technology

- Evaluation of Motor Control

- Occupation-Based Functional Motion Assessment

- Joint Range of Motion

- Evaluation of Muscle Strength

- Evaluation of Sensation and Intervention for Sensory Dysfunction

- Evaulation and Treatment of Visual Deficits Following Brain Injury

- Assessment and Intervention for Perceptual Dysfunction

- Evaluation and Treatment of Limited Occupational Performance Secondary to Cognitive Dysfunction

- Eating and Swallowing

Section 4: The Occupational Therapy Process: Implementation of Interventions

- Pain Management

- Orthotics

- Neurological Considerations for Traditional Sensorimotor Approaches to Intervention

- Motor Learning

Part 5: Intervention Applications

- Cerebrovascular Accident/Stroke

- Traumatic Brain Injury

- Spinal Cord Injury

- Disorders of the Motor Unit

- Arthritis

- Hand and Upper Extremity Injuries

- Hip Fractures and Lower Extremity Joint Replacement

- Low Back Pain

- Burns and Burn Rehabilitation

- Amputation and Prosthetic

- Cardiac and Pulmonary Disease

- Oncology

- Special Needs of the Older Adult

- HIV Infection and AIDS

- Polytrauma and Occupational Therapy