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Chichester : Wiley-Blackwell, c2009
xv, 216 s. : il. ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-1-4051-7041-3 (brož.)
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Foreword // Preface // Contributors // Acknowledgements // 1. The Bobath Concept: Developments and Current Theoretical Underpinning Sue Raine // Introduction // The founders and development of the Bobath Concept Current theory underpinning the Bobath Concept Systems approach to motor control // Clinical application of the theory underpinning the Bobath Concept // Summary // References // 2. An Understanding of Functional Movement as a Basis for Clinical Reasoning // Linzi Meadows and Jenny Williams Introduction // Normal movement versus efficient movement // Compensatory strategies // Motor control and motor learning // Requirements of efficient movement // Summary // References // 3. Assessment and Clinical Reasoning in the Bobath Concept Paul Johnson // Introduction // Models of clinical reasoning and the Bobath Concept Key characteristics of assessment using the Bobath Concept // Basis for clinical reasoning 52 // Illustrating clinical reasoning using the Bobath Concept 53 // Summary 57 // References 61 // 4. Practice Evaluation // Helen Lindfield and Debbie Strang // Introduction // Evaluation in the context of the International Classification of Function, // Disability and Health // Factors influencing measurement selection // Measurement properties // Measures // Summary // References // 5. Moving Between Sitting and Standing // Lynne Fletcher, Catherine Cornali and Sue Armstrong // Introduction // Clinical considerations from the literature // Phases of sit to stand // Movements from standing to sitting // Effects of ageing // Sit to walk // Clinical aspects // Movement in functional contexts // Clinical example // References // 6. The Control of Locomotion 117 // Ann Holland and Mary Lynch-Ellerington // Introduction 117 // Key aspects of bipedalism 117 // The gait cycle 122 // Use of body weight support treadmill training in the Bobath Concept 127 //
Assistive devices 129 // Outcome measures 147 // Summary I49 // References I49 // 7. Recovery of Upper Limb Function 154 // Janice Champion, Christine Barber and Mary Lynch-Ellerington // Introduction 154 // The importance of postural control in upper limb function 155 // The shoulder complex 157 // Functional reach 162 // The hand 170 // Early treatment and management of the hand 170 // Assessment of the hand 171 // Contactual hand-orientating response 173 // Selective strength training of the intrinsic muscles of the hand 173 // Summary 177 // References 178 // 8. Exploring Partnerships in the Rehabilitation Setting: The 24-Hour // Approach of the Bobath Concept 182 // Clare Fraser // Partnerships in the rehabilitation environment 182 // The early days 184 // Overcoming sensory deprivation and stimulating body schema 190 // Scheduling the day - opportunities for practice 191 // Return to work 194 // Summary 202 // References 204 // Index 208

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