Physiotherapy Practice in Residential Aged Care

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With the numbers of entrants to residential aged care facilities steadily growing, there is a need for a clearly written, portable guide to the wide range of knowledge and treatment skills unique to the physical therapist in this challenging setting. This new resource looks at the physiological changes accompanying the aging process as well as the physical therapist's role in assessment, preventing residents' injuries, and promoting quality of life. Major presenting problems relating to being immobile, barely mobile, or ...

Physiotherapy Practice in Residential Aged Care 2004, Butterworth-Heinemann, Edinburgh, Scotland

ISBN-13: 9780750687720

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