PURPOSE: The purpose of this book is to educate the general rehabilitation provider about many common and challenging conditions and surgical procedures of the shoulder and to provide a detailed understanding about the current best practice of shoulder rehabilitation for operatively and nonoperatively treated conditions. Emphasis is placed on a criteria-based advancement and the "why" behind our clinical decision making. The reader will learn an easy-to-understand systematic progression of therapeutic exercise that can be applied successfully to treat patients with a broad spectrum of shoulder disorders. Detailed rehabilitation guidelines with specific exercise choices are also are included to help augment your clinical decision making. Special situations are addressed for patients from youth athletes to the elderly. KEY POINTS: · Hardback reference book with 650 pages · More than 1000 full-color illustrations and photographs · Numerous detailed rehabilitation protocols · 43 comprehensive chapters providing overviews by surgeons of common shoulder conditions and surgical repairs, foundations of the systematic approach to rehabilitation, rehabilitation guidelines for common and advanced shoulder conditions and return-to-sport progressions · Highlighted clinical pearls emphasizing the most important points · Includes the "why" behind the rehabilitation you prescribe · Recent literature cited. SAMPLE TEXT is available to view at shoulderrehabbook.com
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