By Carolyn Kisner, John Colby, Lynn Allen Colby, and Borstad
This book is the top authority on therapeutic exercise, with detailed instructions customized specifically for those with movement disorders. It dives into the fundamental concepts of therapeutic exercise and manual therapy, as well as the most recent management and exercise guidelines, achieving the ideal balance between theory and clinical approach.
Numerous online reviews from people who have used previous editions attest to the book’s quality. Nicole B., a user, views it as a “awesome book” that covers a wide range of interventions with wonderful explanations and images. She wholeheartedly endorses it.
R.F.S., another user, recommends it as a must-have resource for any orthopedic physical therapist. With the addition of ICF data, the book gains even more value.
Talisa S. thinks it a “good purchase” and originally purchased it for physical therapy school. She appreciates the significant material and considers it one of the books she plans to keep long after the program is through.
In conclusion, this book is a must-have for anybody interested in therapeutic exercise, providing useful insights and recommendations on how to best meet the requirements of people with movement disorders. Positive user feedback emphasizes its usefulness and significance in the field of physical therapy.