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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Neurorehabilitation in Parkinson's disease : an evidence-based treatment model.
Thorofare, New Jersey : SLACK Inc., 
xiv, 361 pages ; 26 cm.
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marilyn Trail; Elizabeth J Protas; Eugene C Lai
|ISBN:||9781617117558 1617117552 1556427719 9781556427718|
|Description:||1 online resource (380 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Overview of Parkinson's disease: clinical features, diagnosis and management / Gabriel Hou, Eugene C. Lai --
Neuroplasticity: implications for Parkinson's disease / Sheila Mun-Bryce --
Assessments and outcome measures for Parkinson's disease / Aliya Sarwar, Marilyn Trail, Eugene C. Lai --
Cognitive impairments associated with Parkinson's disease / Michele K. York, Julie A. Alvarez --
Psychosocial issues in Parkinson's disease / Naomi Nelson --
Physical therapy treatment and home programming for patients with Parkinson's disease / Rhonda Stanley, Elizabeth Protas --
Gait characteristics and intervention strategies in patients with Parkinson's disease / Dennis Brunt, Mark Bishop, Elizabeth Protas --
Optimizing movement and preventing falls in Parkinson's disease: strategies for patients and caregivers / Meg E. Morris [and others] --
An occupational therapy model of treatment for Parkinson's disease / Marilyn Trail --
Developing an occupational therapy home program for patients with Parkinson's disease / Nancy Lowenstein, Linda Tickle-Degnen --
Voice and speech disorders in Parkinson's disease and their treatment / Cynthia Fox [and others] --
Parkinson disease and swallowing: neural control, disorders, and treatment techniques / Leslie A. Mahler [and others] --
A speech therapy home program for patients with Parkinson's disease / Cynthia Fox [and others] --
Assistive and adaptive technology to enhance functional performance in patients with Parkinson's disease / Mary Frances Baxter.
|Responsibility:||edited by Marilyn Trail, Elizabeth J. Protas, Eugene C. Lai.|
"The chapters have extensive reference lists, and the use of evidence to support discussion is apparent throughout. It is this wide-ranging use of supporting literature which distinguishes this book