Clearly explains the benefits and utility of telerehabilitation for improving access to care and outcomes for various patient populations.
Uses a reader-friendly format based on diagnosis of specific disorders and common problems.
Covers telerehabilitation for spinal cord injury, stroke, and cancer rehabilitation.
Discusses key topics such as telemedicine for persons with disabilities, telerehabilitation in developing countries, telerehabilitation for integrative health, and mechanisms of telerehabilitation.
Explains the nuances of starting a telerehabilitation practice and the associated legislative, revenue, and compliance issues.
Features numerous charts, graphs, illustrations, and photographs throughout.
Ideal for rehabilitation professionals, physiatrists, and PM&R residents and specialists, as well as physical and occupational therapists.
Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
|Author Information||Edited by Marca Alexander, MD, CEO, Telerehabilitation International; Clinical Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine; Research Associate, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital; Department of PM&R Harvard SOM; Telerehabilitation Physician, Spaulding Rehab; Editor-in-Chief, SCSC, Birmingham, Alabama|
|Table of Content||1 Introduction and How to Use this Book
2 Getting Started: Mechanisms of Telerehabilitation
3 Telerehabilitation in Spinal Cord Injury
4 Telerehabilitation in Stroke
5 Telerehabilitation in Brain Injury
6 Cancer Telerehabilitation
7 Telerehabilitation for Amputee Care
8 Telerehabilitation in Burns
9 Multiple Sclerosis and Telerehabilitation
10 Telerehabilitation in ALS
11 Telerehabilitation for Geriatrics
12 Telerehabilitation for Pressure Sores
13 Telerehabilitation for Pain Management and Opioid Weaning
14 Telerehabilitation for Musculoskeletal Injuries
15 Telerehabilitation for Integrative Health
16 Telerehabilitation in neurogenic bladder and bowel dysfunction
17 Telerehabilitation for Sexual Dysfunction
19 Tele physical therapy
20 Tele occupational therapy
21 Telerehabilitation in Hand therapy
22 Telerehabilitation for Exercise
23 Telerehabilitation for Speech Therapy
24 Pediatric Telerehabilitation
25 Surgical Rehabilitation Across Countries: A model for future planning in Telerehabilitation
26 Telerehabilitation in Disasters
27 Telerehabilitation in a Developing Country: Educating Healthcare Professionals
28 Legislative Issues in the International Practice of Telerehabilitation
29 Telemedicine for Medical Problems in Persons with Disabilities
29 Culinary Telemedicine
29 Legislative Issues in the International Practice of Telerehabilitation
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