Therapeutic Exercise Foundations and Techniques

Author: Carolyn Kisner, PT, MS, Lynn Colby, PT, MS, John Borstad, PT, PhD
Affiliation:
Publisher: F.A. Davis Company
Publication Date: 2018
ISBN 10: 0803658508
ISBN 13: 9780803658509
eISBN: 9780803658547
Edition: 7th

Description:

Here is all the guidance you need to customize interventions for individuals with movement dysfunction. You’ll find the perfect balance of theory and clinical technique—in-depth discussions of the principles of therapeutic exercise and manual therapy and the most up-to-date exercise and management guidelines.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • DEDICATION
  • Preface to the Seventh Edition
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Authors
  • Contributors

I General Concepts

    CHAPTER 1: Therapeutic Exercise: Foundational Concepts

    • Therapeutic Exercise: Impact on Physical Function
    • Classification of Health Status, Functioning, and Disability—Evolution of Models and Related Terminology
    • Principles of Comprehensive Patient Management
    • Strategies for Effective Exercise and Task-Specific Instruction
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 2: Prevention, Health, and Wellness

    • Key Terms and Concepts
    • Chronic Disease, Prevention, and Health Care
    • Wellness
    • Healthy People 2020
    • Role of Physical Therapists in Health Promotion and Wellness
    • Physical Activity Guidelines
    • Considerations for People With Disabilities
    • Mindfulness: Implications for Health and Wellness
    • Developing and Implementing a Wellness Program
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

II Applied Science of Exercise and Techniques

    CHAPTER 3: Range of Motion

    • Types of ROM Exercises
    • Indications, Goals, and Limitations of ROM
    • Precautions and Contraindications to ROM Exercises
    • Principles and Procedures for Applying ROM Techniques
    • ROM Techniques
    • Self-Assisted ROM
    • Continuous Passive Motion
    • ROM Through Functional Patterns
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 4: Stretching for Improved Mobility

    • Definition of Terms Associated With Mobility and Stretching
    • Indications, Contraindications, and Potential Outcomes of Stretching Exercises
    • Properties of Soft Tissue: Response to Immobilization and Stretch
    • Determinants and Types of Stretching Exercises
    • Procedural Guidelines for Application of Stretching Interventions
    • Precautions for Stretching
    • Adjuncts to Stretching Interventions
    • Manual Stretching Techniques in Anatomical Planes of Motion
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 5: Peripheral Joint Mobilization/Manipulation

    • Principles of Joint Mobilization/Manipulation
    • Peripheral Joint Mobilization Techniques
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 6: Resistance Exercise for Impaired Muscle Performance

    • Muscle Performance and Resistance Exercise: Definitions and Guiding Principles
    • Skeletal Muscle Function and Adaptation to Resistance Exercise
    • Determinants of Resistance Exercise
    • Types of Resistance Exercise
    • General Principles of Resistance Training
    • Precautions for Resistance Exercise
    • Contraindications to Resistance Exercise
    • Manual Resistance Exercise
    • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation: Principles and Techniques
    • Mechanical Resistance Exercise
    • Specific Resistance Training Regimens
    • Equipment for Resistance Training
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 7: Principles of Aerobic Exercise

    • Key Terms and Concepts
    • Energy Systems, Energy Expenditure, and Efficiency
    • Physiological Response to Aerobic Exercise
    • Testing as a Basis for Exercise Programs
    • Determinants of an Exercise Program
    • Exercise Program
    • Physiological Changes That Occur With Training
    • Application of Principles of an Aerobic Training Program for the Patient With Coronary Disease
    • Applications of Aerobic Training for the Deconditioned Individual and the Patient With Chronic Illness
    • Age Differences
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 8: Exercise for Impaired Balance

    • Background and Concepts
    • Impaired Balance
    • Management of Impaired Balance
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 9: Aquatic Exercise

    • Background and Principles for Aquatic Exercise
    • Exercise Interventions Using an Aquatic Environment
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

III Principles of Intervention

    CHAPTER 10: Soft Tissue Injury, Repair, and Management

    • Soft Tissue Lesions
    • Management During the Acute Stage
    • Management During the Subacute Stage
    • Management During the Chronic Stage
    • Cumulative Trauma: Chronic Recurring Pain
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 11: Joint, Connective Tissue, and Bone Disorders and Their Management

    • Arthritis: Arthrosis
    • Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain Syndrome
    • Osteoporosis
    • Fractures and Posttraumatic Immobilization
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 12: Surgical Interventions and Postoperative Management

    • Indications for Surgical Intervention
    • Guidelines for Preoperative and Postoperative Management
    • Overview of Common Orthopedic Surgeries and Postoperative Management
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 13: Peripheral Nerve Disorders and Management

    • Review of the Peripheral Nervous System
    • Impaired Nerve Function
    • Musculoskeletal Diagnoses Involving Impaired Nerve Function
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

IV Exercise Interventions by Body Region

    CHAPTER 14: The Spine: Structure, Function, and Posture

    • Structure and Function of the Spine
    • Impaired Posture
    • Management of Impaired Posture
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 15: The Spine: Management Guidelines

    • Spinal Pathologies and Impaired Spinal Function
    • Management Guidelines Based on Stages of Recovery and Diagnostic Categories
    • Management of Regional Diagnoses
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 16: The Spine: Exercise and Manipulation Interventions

    • Basic Concepts of Spinal Management With Exercise
    • Kinesthetic Awareness
    • Mobility/Flexibility
    • Muscle Performance: Stabilization, Muscle Endurance, and Strength Training
    • Cardiopulmonary Endurance
    • Functional Activities
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 17: The Shoulder and Shoulder Girdle

    • Structure and Function of the Shoulder Girdle
    • Management of Shoulder Disorders and Surgeries
    • Exercise Interventions for the Shoulder Girdle
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 18: The Elbow and Forearm Complex

    • Structure and Function of the Elbow and Forearm
    • Management of Elbow and Forearm Disorders and Surgeries
    • Exercise Interventions for the Elbow and Forearm
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 19: The Wrist and Hand

    • Structure and Function of the Wrist and Hand
    • Management of Wrist and Hand Disorders and Surgeries
    • Exercise Interventions for the Wrist and Hand
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 20: The Hip

    • Structure and Function of the Hip
    • Management of Hip Disorders and Surgeries
    • Exercise Interventions for the Hip Region
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 21: The Knee

    • Structure and Function of the Knee
    • Management of Knee Disorders and Surgeries
    • Exercise Interventions for the Knee
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 22: The Ankle and Foot

    • Structure and Function of the Ankle and Foot
    • Management of Foot and Ankle Disorders and Surgeries
    • Exercise Interventions for the Ankle and Foot
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 23: Advanced Functional Training

    • Exercises for Stability and Balance
    • Exercises for Strength and Power
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

V Special Areas of Therapeutic Exercise

    CHAPTER 24: Exercise for the Older Adult

    • Definitions and Descriptions Applied to Older Adults
    • Complexity of Diagnoses in the Older Population
    • Benefits of Physical Activity and Exercise
    • Considerations Prior to Implementation of Exercise
    • Exercise Prescription for the Older Adult
    • Common Disorders in Older Adults and Exercise Recommendations
    • Summary
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 25: Women’s Health: Obstetrics and Pelvic Floor

    • Overview of Pregnancy, Labor, and Related Conditions
    • Exercise Interventions for Pelvic Floor Impairments, Pregnancy, Labor, and Related Conditions
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • WEB RESOURCES
    • REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 26: Management of Lymphatic Disorders

    • Disorders of the Lymphatic System
    • Breast Cancer–Related Lymphatic Dysfunction
    • Exercises for the Management of Lymphedema
    • Independent Learning Activities
    • REFERENCES