The Orthopedic Workbook for Physical Therapy

The Orthopedic Workbook for Physical Therapy

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How does Anatomy relate to Kinesiology and Orthopedics to Kinesiology? Designed as a supplemental workbook to accompany the PTA course in Orthopedics, this book will help students who are having difficulty putting the individual pieces of patient treatment together to properly treat their patient. This workbook is ideal for visual and hands on learners. It provides students with a guided approach to learning the orthopedic basics and skills designed to treat the patient holistically. It also provides an opportunity for all learning styles to succeed by allowing students to draw anatomical structures, fill in the blanks, and develop their problem-solving skills. Each chapter presents students with the following components: musculoskeletal, common pathologies, pathophysiology, various tests and measures as both assessment and specific clinical skills, interventions and proper protocols for each, setting appropriate goals for the patient, and proper plan of care.Cuniform III 10. Metatarsals Muscular System: Muscles anterior of the ankle: 1. Anterior Tibialis. FOOT AND ANKLE Cha ANATOMY Skeletal System: 11. Phalanges Label the listed bones on the diagram below: Skeletal leg and foot Label theanbsp;...

Title:The Orthopedic Workbook for Physical Therapy
Author: Wanda Peresic
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2006-07-14

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