"Throughout each section, there are outstanding color illustrations "that help visualize the location of neuroanatomical structures...As a "quick reference" to Neuroscience, the publication is well-suited for use of Clinicians in physical therapy and occupational therapy as well as bring a "dynamic text" for all students in professions related to rehabilitation." --Jay Schleichkorn, PhD, PT, Dr. Jay's E-Book ReportsVom Verlag:
"Quick Reference NeuroScience for Rehabilitation Professionals: The Essential Neurologic Principles Underlying Rehabilitation Practice, Second Edition" is a user-friendly, comprehensive text that specifically addresses the key information needed to understand the neuroscience of clinical rehabilitation. This updated Second Edition is designed to provide complex information in a quick, easy-to-use format that is beneficial to students and rehabilitation professionals.Dr. Sharon A. Gutman designed "Quick Reference NeuroScience for Rehabilitation Professionals, Second Edition" to provide easy-to-understand explanations of complex neurologic phenomena. The text describes basic neuroanatomical structures and functions, neuropathology underlying specific clinical conditions, and theories supporting clinical treatment.It includes: user-friendly, bulleted outline format; italicized key concepts for easy scanning and identification; color illustrations to help visualize the location of neuroanatomical structures; new clinical test questions; new text boxes outlining neurologic conditions and treatments; and, updated and expanded glossary with both clinical and neurological terms.Including accessible information, color illustrations, new test questions, and updated features, "Quick Reference NeuroScience for Rehabilitation Professionals: The Essential Neurologic Principles Underlying Rehabilitation Practice, Second Edition" is a dynamic text for all students and clinicians in occupational therapy, physical therapy, and other areas of rehabilitation.
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