Therapeutic Exercise Protocols




This book is for individuals who would like to help other individuals to recover their control of movement. Neuromuscular rehabilitation is straightforward and uncomplicated: we all do it naturally all of the time. Throughout our lives we learn new movement patterns or recover our control after an injury. The means by which we achieve these changes are no different to neuromuscular rehabilitation. They all rely on the same neurophysiological, psychological and behavioral processes. Neuromuscular rehabilitation integrates several branches of knowledge. They include medical, neurophysiological, psychological behavioral and motor-control sciences as well as manual and physical therapy fields. The enormity of available information from these diverse sources can be overwhelming, in particular when trying to translate this information into a practical clinical approach. The main aim in writing this book was to collate and integrate all this information and present it in a practical, user-friendly format. Over the years of working in clinics I have observed that neuromuscular rehabilitation of a person after joint surgery or musculoskeletal injury bears close resemblance to the clinical management of a stroke patient. It was clear to me that there is a unifying model for neuromuscular rehabilitation. However, it took a good decade and a half to put it together into a coherent and cohesive model, and one which is still being tinkered with. This unified model for neuromuscular rehabilitation is described throughout the book

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