Selective Trunk Activity in the Treatment of Adult Hemiplegia
Davies, Patricia M.
1990, XVIII, 277 pp. 316 figs. in 533 separate illustrations.
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"This book is Pat Davies's second on hemiplegia. Her original book, Steps to Follow, was a must ... Right in the Middle does not replace her first book but adds extra information to it." British Journal of Occupational Therapy It focuses on a subject that has been all but ignored up to now in rehabilitation literature: selective trunk activity. The book gives clear, concise instruction, illustrated by a wealth of photographs, to help therapists learn how to observe and improve selective trunk activity. "... packed with clinical suggestions for handling the patient ... I strongly recommend Right in the Middle..." Physical Therapy (J.of the Americ. Physical Therapy Assoc.)