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Orthopaedic Examination, Evaluation, and Intervention, 2nd Edition (Book & DVD)

 
 
 
 
Orthopaedic Examination, Evaluation, and Intervention, 2nd Edition (Book & DVD)
Author: Mark Dutton
ISBN 13: 9780071474016
ISBN 10: 71474013
Edition: 2nd
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical
Publication Date: 2008-02-19
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 1504
List Price: $99.95
 
 

COVERS ALL ORTHOPAEDIC REHABILITATION NEEDS IN ONE BOOK

This textbook offers a breadth and quality of coverage not previously available to therapists. Orthopaedic Examination, Evaluation, and Intervention provides students and practitioners with a valuable resource.

A Unique Combination of Assets
*Examination, evaluation, and intervention in one book
*Differential diagnosis, an in-depth chapter essential for evaluating direct-access patients
*Evidence-based focus — examination techniques and interventions clearly supported by published clinical studies
*Integration of APTA Guide to Physical Therapist Practice
*Variety of treatment strategies reflecting the leading philosophies and the latest research
*In-depth coverage of therapeutic exercise, manual techniques, and functional training
*Intervention implications of the various stages of healing, plus postsurgical rehabilitation
*Concepts and assessment of function—full chapter
*Anatomy and assessment of CNS and peripheral nerves—full chapter
*Chapter on gait assessment
*Analysis and integration of upper and lower kinetic chains and their relationship to impairment
*Coverage of anatomy, biomechanics, and objective and subjective examination of the spine, pelvis, and each joint of the extremities

This comprehensive, well-illustrated text offers you all the information necessary to provide a high level of care to patients. Both students and clinicians of any level can use this book as a resource for an accurate biomechanical assessment and specific treatment plan design. Case studies and review questions are included.

Instructors and students visit the Online Learning Center (OLC) at www.duttononline.net.

Doody Review Services

Reviewer:Christopher James Hughes, PT,PhD,OCS,CSCS(Slippery Rock University)
Description:This voluminous second edition, with a companion DVD, was written for physical therapy students and experienced clinicians who will be practicing in an orthopedic therapy environment. The first edition was published in 2003.
Purpose:The author's aim was to provide an all-in-one guide, review, and reference for clinicians involved in the evaluation and treatment of patients with orthopedic injuries. As grand as the author's objective is, the book is very comprehensive and could potentially serve as an encyclopedic resource.
Audience:Students in orthopedic healthcare as well as veteran clinicians can benefit from this book. The author is a practicing physical therapist and adjunct professor at Duquesne University School of Health Sciences.
Features:The five major divisions of the book cover the fundamentals of orthopedics, upper and lower extremities, the vertebral column, postsurgical rehabilitation, and pharmacology and medical imaging. The last two topics are new to the second edition. An evidence-based approach to exam and intervention is highlighted throughout the book. Chapters link didactic information to clinical procedures and provide clear objectives. Case studies and review questions challenge the reader and the DVD presents over 500 video clips to assist in practical applications. Rehabilitation goals and intervention techniques are clearly described. More emphasis could be placed on differential diagnosis and clinical decision making. The book also integrates terminology from the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, Rev. 2nd edition (APTA, 2003), a standard in the physical therapy profession. An abridged pocket guide, similar to what was offered with the first edition, would be helpful, as the book is rather large.
Assessment:Major areas in orthopedics including anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanics of movement are covered, along with a healthy dose of pathology that impacts patient function. Clinical pearls appear in highlighted boxes throughout, and camera icons indicate where video clips should be viewed. This second edition is more comprehensive than the first. Overall, this is a valuable reference that achieves a nice balance between detailing examination and treatment. Other books tend to be limited to addressing only one of these areas, but not both. This combination makes the book unique.