Exercise in Rehabilitation Medicine

Innbundet / 2006 / Engelsk

Produktdetaljer

ISBN13
9780736055413
Publisert
2006
Utgave
2. utgave
Utgiver
Vendor
Human Kinetics Publishers
Aldersnivå
08, 06, UF, P
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Innbundet
Sider
464
Vekt
1315 gr
Høyde
279 mm
Bredde
216 mm
Se alle

Exercise in Rehabilitation Medicine

Innbundet / 2006 / Engelsk
A reference for physical and occupational therapists, clinical exercise specialists, and physiatrists and rehabilitation specialists. Also a reference for physicians and chiropractors.
Useful for physiotherapists and rehabilitation professionals, and also for students in physiotherapy and sports medicine, this edition includes topics such as exercise and HIV, end stage renal disease, and cancer recovery. It also provides a comprehensive guide to using exercise as a mode of rehabilitation.
Les mer
Part I: Biological ConsiderationsChapter 1. Acute Physiological Responses to Dynamic ExerciseRoger A. Fielding, PhD; and Jonathan Bean, MD, MS-Cardiorespiratory Response to Dynamic Exercise-Metabolic Response During Dynamic Exercise -Acute Exercise Response in Diabetes Mellitus-Cardiorespiratory Changes With Activity and Inactivity -Physiological Adjustments to Isometric ExerciseChapter 2. Adaptations to Endurance Exercise TrainingMartin D. Hoffman, MD-Physiological Adaptations to Endurance Exercise Training -Psychological Adaptations to Endurance Exercise Training -Factors Affecting Adaptations to Endurance Exercise Training -Simultaneous Strength and Endurance Exercise TrainingChapter 3. Adaptations to Strength TrainingBette Ann Harris, DPT, MS; and Mary P. Watkins, DPT, MS-Anatomical and Physiological Considerations -Functional Biomechanics -Factors Influencing Muscle Strength -Principles of Strength Training -Adaptations to Strength ConditioningChapter 4. Training FlexibilityLisa S. Krivickas, MD-Definition of Flexibility -Factors Influencing Flexibility -Response of Muscle to Stretch -Relationship Between Muscle Stiffness and Flexibility -Measuring and Quantifying Muscle Flexibility and Ligamentous Laxity -Relationship Between Muscle Flexibility and Injury -Relationship Between Ligamentous Laxity and Injury -Effect of Stretching on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness -Effect of Disease Processes on Flexibility -Relationship Between Flexibility and Athletic Performance -Flexibility and Activities of Daily Living in the Elderly or Disabled -Stretching Techniques and Prescription of a Flexibility Training Program -Effect of Strength Training on FlexibilityPart II: Special Clinical ConsiderationsChapter 5. Testing the Capacity to Exercise in Disabled Individuals: Cardiopulmonary and Neuromuscular ModelsJames C. Agre, MD, PhD-Rationale for Health Screening and Risk Stratification -Rationale for Exercise Testing -Protocols for Exercise Testing, With ExamplesChapter 6. A Behavioral Approach to Prescribing Physical Activity for Health and FitnessGregory W. Heath, DHSc, MPH-Preliminary Factors Important for Exercise Prescription -General Exercise Prescription Guidelines -Theories and Models Used in Physical Activity PromotionChapter 7. Exercise and the Prevention of Chronic Disabling IllnessCarlos J. Crespo, DrPH, MS, FACSM; and Edith M. Williams, MS-Definitions -Physical Activity and Fitness -Physical Activity and Health -Physical Activity and Prevention of Heart Disease -Exercise and the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes-Exercise and Primary Prevention of Cancer -Physical Activity and the Prevention of Osteoporosis and Falls -Exercise in the Prevention of Arthritis -Exercise in the Prevention of Low Back Pain -Physical Activity and Primary Prevention of Obesity -Physical Activity and Psychological Well-BeingPart III: Exercise in the Rehabilitation of Specific Diseases and ConditionsChapter 8. Heart DiseasesRuy S. Moraes, MD, ScD; and Jorge P. Ribeiro, MD, ScD-Responses and Adaptations of Cardiac Patients to Exercise -Effect of Cardiovascular Drugs on Exercise Responses and Adaptations -Evaluation of Cardiac Patients -Indications for Cardiac Rehabilitation -Contraindications for Cardiac Rehabilitation -Exercise Prescription for the Cardiac Patient -Outcomes of Cardiac Rehabilitation ProgramsChapter 9. Respiratory DiseaseBartolome R. Celli, MD-Physical Reconditioning -Respiratory Muscles and Breathing TrainingChapter 10. Diabetes MellitusEdward S. Horton, MD-What Is Diabetes? -Exercise in Type 1 Diabetes -Exercise in Type 2 DiabetesChapter 11. Major Inflammatory and Non-Inflammatory ArthritidesMaura Daly Iversen, SD, DPT, MPH; Matthew H. Liang, MD, MPH; and Axel Finckh, MD, MS-Rheumatoid Arthritis -Osteoarthritis -Spondylarthropathies -Systemic Lupus Erythematosus -Polymyositis/Dermatomyositis -Systemic Sclerosis -Improving Patient AdherenceChapter 12. Neuromuscular DiseasesDavid D. Kilmer, MD; and Susan Aitkens, MS-Physiologic and Functional Consequences of Neuromuscular Diseases -Causes of Reduced Neuromuscular Function in NMD -Effects of Resistance (Strengthening) Exercise in NMD -Effects of Aerobic (Endurance) Exercise in NMD -Exercise Recommendations in Neuromuscular DisordersChapter 13. Spinal Cord InjuryMark S. Nash, PhD, FACSM-Health Consequences of Spinal Cord Injury -Exercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury -Restoration of Function Following Long-Standing Paralysis -Exercise Risks for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury -Medications That May Influence Exercise Performance After Spinal Cord InjuryChapter 14. StrokeJoel Stein, MD-Scope of the Problem -Effects of Stroke on Neuromuscular Function -Mechanisms of Motor Recovery Poststroke -Exercise for Motor Control -Strengthening Exercises -Exercise for Ataxia -Exercise for Aerobic Conditioning -Other Benefits of Exercise -Home and Community Based ExerciseChapter 15. OsteoporosisDavid M. Slovik, MD-Mechanical Properties of Bone: Effects of Exercise -Disuse, Weightlessness, and Immobilization -Physical Activity and Bone Mass -Physical Activity, Fall Prevention, and FracturesChapter 16. Human Immunodeficiency VirusSusan D. Driscoll, MPH, MSN, ANP; and Steven Grinspoon, MD-The HIV Pandemic -Exercise to Improve Physical Function in HIV-Infected Patients -Exercise to Improve Psychosocial and Quality of Life Issues in HIV -Exercise Effects on Immune Status and Lactic AcidChapter 17. ObesityRonenn Roubenoff, MD, MHS-Health Implications of Obesity -Body Composition Through the Life Cycle -Etiology of Obesity -Exercise for Treatment of Obesity -Effect of Exercise on Serum Lipoproteins and Glucose MetabolismChapter 18. CancerKerry S. Courneya, PhD; Lee W. Jones, PhD; and John R. Mackey, MD-What Is Cancer? -Epidemiology of Cancer -Medical Treatments for Cancer -Exercise in Cancer Survivors -Exercise Testing and Prescription Guidelines for Cancer Survivors -Exercise Motivation in Cancer Survivors -Future Research DirectionsChapter 19. End-Stage Renal DiseasePelagia Koufaki, PhD; and Tom Mercer, PhD-What is End-Stage Renal Disease? -Renal Replacement Therapy -Renal Transplantation -Scale and Nature of the Problem -Pathophysiology and Physical Dysfunction in End-Stage Renal Disease -Exercise Rehabilitation Aims -Feasibility and Safety of Exercise Rehabilitation Options in End-Stage Renal Disease -Exercise Prescription in End-Stage Renal Disease -Effectiveness of Exercise Rehabilitation in End-Stage Renal DiseasePart IV: Specific Patient PopulationsChapter 20. Aging, Function, and ExerciseJonathan F. Bean, MD, MS; and Charles T. Pu, MD-The International Demographics of Aging -A Functional Perspective -Effects of Exercise on Physiologic Aging -Effect of Exercise on Function and Disability -Practical RecommendationsChapter 21. Elite Athletes With ImpairmentsRory A. Cooper, PhD; Michael L. Boninger, MD; Ian Rice, MS, OTR/L; Sean D. Shimada, PhD; and Rosemarie Cooper, MPT, ATP-From Patient to Athlete -Organizational Structure of Sports for People With Disabilities -Sport Equipment Technology and Use -Classification -Exercise Science and the Athlete With Impairments -Training Techniques for Elite Athletes With Disabilities -Injuries Experienced by Athletes With DisabilitiesReferencesSubject IndexCitation IndexAbout the EditorsAbout the Contributors
Les mer
"This book is a complete, well-written work on the area of exercise and its role in rehabilitation."Doody's Review Service"I would recommend it be in every practitioner's library and suspect it will be frequently referred to for both its factual information and references."James A. Sliwa, DO (Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago)"...is a well-referenced, comprehensive text on the application of exercise science for specific rehabilitation populations."Journal of Athletic Training (review of first edition)"...is an excellent resource for the clinical application of exercise in the patient with impaired function."Journal of Athletic Training (review of first edition)
Les mer
Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD, is Earle P. and Ida S. Charlton professor and chairman of the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) at Harvard Medical School. He is the chief of PM&R at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He is board-certified in the medical specialty of PM&R and has a PhD in exercise physiology. He has more than 20 years of experience in the practice of PM&R and in the use of exercise in various patient populations. He is the secretary general of the International Sports Medicine Federation and the editor in chief of the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.David M. Slovik, MD, is chief of medicine at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, where he has worked for 30 years. He has also served as medical director of the musculoskeletal program at Spaulding. Dr. Slovik trained in endocrinology at the Massachusetts General Hospital where he continues to teach and practice. He is an expert on osteoporosis and related disorders, including the effects of exercise on osteoporosis. He is also an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, with 30 years of teaching experience. He is a member of the American Society of Bone and Mineral Research.David M. Dawson, MD, is professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and a member of the Department of Neurology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. He has extensive experience in teaching and in residency supervision and is an expert in clinical neurology with an emphasis on neuromuscular disease and multiple sclerosis. He has served on various boards of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Les mer
Nettpris:
1.390,-
Levering 3-20 dager

Produktdetaljer

ISBN13
9780736055413
Publisert
2006
Utgave
2. utgave
Utgiver
Vendor
Human Kinetics Publishers
Aldersnivå
08, 06, UF, P
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Innbundet
Sider
464
Vekt
1315 gr
Høyde
279 mm
Bredde
216 mm
Se alle