This text for students and practitioners provides information on evidence-based practice, concepts underlying it, and implementation of evidence into rehabilitation practice. Section I, an introduction to evidence-based practice, describes basic concepts and looks at how knowledge is developed in the field. Section II, on finding evidence, centers on outcomes in evidence-based rehabilitation and methods to search for evidence. Section III, on assessing evidence, offers an example of a completed systematic review of evidence in an area of rehabilitation practice
The PNF approach, presented in a fully illustrated hands-on guide, including 650 photos Focus on practical aspects of patient evaluation and treatment ICF and Motor Learning and how these concepts are applied in PNF Provides a systematic and easily accessible guide to learning and understanding PNF as a practical tool and using it to full effect in patient treatment
This work examines the difference between normal childhood behaviours and those that may require early intervention. Offering best practices from an extensive response to intervention evidence base, it details successful interventions along with rationales.