Imaging Handbook for Physical Therapists
- Binding: Spiral-bound
- Author: John H. Harris Jr. MD DSc
- Publish Date: 2014-02-13
Prepare your students for physical therapy practice with this quick-reference imaging handbook that provides the essential information they need to accurately interpret patientsâ radiographic images, better understand the nature of a pathology or injury, expertly plan and implement a physical therapy treatment plan for each patient, and explain to patients why the treatment is needed and how it will help them. Â
Covering the most common pathologies and conditions seen in a typical musculoskeletal physical therapy clinic, the book uses high quality images to illustrate the normal radiographic, CT, and MRI anatomy and, by comparison, changes in the skeleton caused by various diseases and trauma that typically prompt a physical therapy referral.ÂAccessible and concise, Imaging Handbook for Physical Therapists is organized by body region, making it easy for your students to access information they can use in their clinical rotations.