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by Kathy Kuipers,Jodie Copley

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ISBN:
0127845968
Author:
Kathy Kuipers,Jodie Copley
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Academic Press (June 8, 1999)
Pages:
260 pages
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1898 kb
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Read by Jodie Copley.

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Management of upper limb hypertonicity. JA Copley, K Kuipers. Therapy Skill Builders, 1999. Upper limb casting for clients with cerebral palsy: A clincial report. J Copley, A Watson-Hill, K Dent. Development and evaluation of an occupational therapy program for refugee high school students. J Copley, M Turpin, S Gordon, C McLaren. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 58 (4), 310-316, 2011. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 43, 39-50, 1996.

Jodie Copley, Kathy Kuipers. A comprehensive guide to managing spastic hypertonia after brain injury and the first full overview of this area

Jodie Copley, Kathy Kuipers. A comprehensive guide to managing spastic hypertonia after brain injury and the first full overview of this area. The ideal reference for therapeutic interventions that optimise arm and hand function to support goal achievement.

by Jodie Copley (Author), Kathy Kuipers (Author). This book is the only one I know of that addresses upper extremity neurological dysfunction on this level. Other books address neurological dysfunction, but not to this degree of specificity. Doody’s, 20 February 2015).

Neurorehabilitation of the Upper Limb Across the Lifespan: Managing Hypertonicity for Optimal Function.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Neurorehabilitation of the Upper Limb Across the Lifespan: Managing Hypertonicity for Optimal Function. by Jodie Copley and Kathy Kuipers.

Kathy Kuipers Upper limb hypertonicity management is a complex domain, in which there is limited high level evidence to support treatment approaches.

Upper limb hypertonicity management is a complex domain, in which there is limited high level evidence to support treatment approaches. Therefore, it is important to identify clinical experts to assist practice development.

Jodie Copley is Senior Lecturer, Clinical Education Program Coordinator and Clinic Manager of the UQ Upper Limb Hypertonicity .

Jodie Copley is Senior Lecturer, Clinical Education Program Coordinator and Clinic Manager of the UQ Upper Limb Hypertonicity Clinic at the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Australia. Kathy Kuipers is Co-Director of OptimiseRehab, a private occupational therapy practice providing rehabilitation services to children and adults with upper limb hypertonicity, and Lecturer in the Division of Occupational Therapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Australia.

Jodie A Copley, Jenny M. Ziviani. Occupational therapy international. Management of Upper Limb Hypertonicity. Jodie A Copley, Kathy J. Kuipers. Effective educational outcomes from assistive technolog. More).

Start studying Upper limb hypertonicity management. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Increased resistance to movement. Seen in adults post CVA, adults and children post ABI or with cerebral palsy. Disturbances in muscle tone. Hypotonia (low tone) Athetosis (fluctuating tone) Ataxia (fluctuating tone, tremor, wide gait) Hypertonicity Rigidity (increased agonist and antagonist tone). Damage to CNS. Can lead to loss of inhibition (disinhibition) Upper motor neuron syndrome.

Jodie Copley is Senior Lecturer, Clinical . 3. The Hypertonicity Intervention Planning Model for Upper Limb Neurorehabilitation 54. . Decision-making in clinical practice 54.

This manual uses a collaborative, functionally based approach to meeting occupational performance goals. It includes information about assessment and remediation of upper limb hypertonia needs. A systematic guide for choosing appropriate interventions for specific clients is included, along with chapters on neurological damage and upper limb function, retraining, splinting, casting, and surgery. Key Features* Illustrations and photographs enhance the book's functionality* Reproducible forms help track objectives, performance, and success of intervention strategies* Manual doubles as a textbook or workbook, valuable for teaching and training OTs and PTs