Introduction to Splinting: A Critical-Thinking & Problem-Solving Approach

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Closing and making a hand splint is essential to quality care for patients with hand injuries and functional deficits. In order to design an effective splint, a therapist must have applied knowledge of pathology, physiology, kinesiology, anatomy and biomechanics. The therapist must also understand that each splint must be individuallly designed for the particular needs of each patient. This work provides the fundamental basis of theory and skills necessary for the therapist to design and fabricate effective splints. It is ...

Introduction to Splinting: A Critical-Thinking & Problem-Solving Approach 1996, Mosby, Saint Louis, MO

ISBN-13: 9780815171263

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