Text for physical therapy students on the use of physical agents such as heat, cold, light, water, ultrasound, electrotherapy, or traction. Blends practical application with scientific rationale in the application of physical agents as a therapeutic modality. Challenges its readers to think critically when mapping out the best treatment options with optimal use of agents such as traction, compression, thermal agents, electromagnetic radiation, hydrotherapy, ultrasound, and electrical currents.FIGURE 18a7 Resistors in parallel. This schematic diagram illustrates a circuit with three resistors, R1, R5, and Re, in parallel. The -\/\/\- represents the resistors, and + represents the battery, the electromotive force, or the voltage. R, FIGUREanbsp;...
|Title||:||Integrating Physical Agents in Rehabilitation|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006|