2000

Steps to Follow

The Comprehensive Treatment of Patients with Hemiplegia

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ISBN: 978-3-540-60720-5 (Print) 978-3-642-57022-3 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXXII

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    Pages 1-33

    Problems That Cannot Be Seen Directly

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    Pages 34-56

    Normal Movement Sequences and Balance Reactions

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    Pages 57-81

    Abnormal Movement Patterns in Hemiplegia

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    Pages 82-98

    Practical Assessment — A Continuing Process

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    Pages 99-129

    The Acute Phase — Positioning and Moving in Bed and in the Chair

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    Pages 130-165

    Normalising Postural Tone and Teaching the Patient to Move Selectively and Without Excessive Effort

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    Pages 166-197

    Retraining Balance Reactions in Sitting and Standing

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    Pages 198-234

    Encouraging the Return of Activity in the Arm and Hand and Minimising Associated Reactions

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    Pages 235-276

    Re-educating Functional Walking

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    Pages 277-299

    Some Activities of Daily Living

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    Pages 300-321

    Mat Activities

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    Pages 322-375

    Shoulder Problems Associated with Hemiplegia

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    Pages 376-402

    The Neglected Face

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    Pages 403-428

    Out of Line (the Pusher Syndrome)

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    Pages 429-470

    Including Nervous System Mobilisation in the Treatment

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    Pages 471-499

    Maintaining and Improving Mobility at Home

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    Pages 500-507

    References

  19. Back Matter

    Pages 508-514