Physical Agents in Rehabilitation, From Research to Practice, 4th Edition

Physical Agents in Rehabilitation

4th Edition From Research to Practice

By Michelle H. Cameron, MD, PT, OCS, Oregon Health and Science University, Department of Neurology; Portland VA Medical Center, Portland, OR


Part One: Introduction to Physical Agents

1. The Physiology of Physical Agents

2. Physical Agents in Clinical Practice

Part Two: Pathology and Patient Problems

3. Inflammation and Tissue Repair

4. Pain

5. Tone Abnormalities

6. Motion Restrictions

Part Three: Thermal Agents

7. Introduction to Thermal Agents

8. Superficial Cold & Heat

9. Ultrasound

10. Diathermy

Part Four: Electrical Currents

11. Introduction to Electrical Currents

12. Electrical Currents for Muscle Contractions

13. Electrical Currents for Pain Control

14. Electrical Currents for Tissue Healing

Part Five: Electromagnetic Agents

15. Lasers and light

16. Ultraviolet

Part Six: Mechanical Agents

17. Hydrotherapy

18. Traction

19. Compression