Recognizing And Reporting Red Flags For The Physical Therapist Assistant: Recognizing And Reporting Red Flags by Catherine C. GoodmanRecognizing And Reporting Red Flags For The Physical Therapist Assistant: Recognizing And Reporting Red Flags by Catherine C. Goodman

Recognizing And Reporting Red Flags For The Physical Therapist Assistant: Recognizing And Reporting…

byCatherine C. Goodman, Charlene MarshallEditorCatherine C. Goodman

Paperback | August 27, 2014

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Recognizing and Reporting Red Flags for the Physical Therapist Assistant will help you develop skills to recognize signs and symptoms that can compromise patient care, It is the first text to present a consistent, three-step model for monitoring patients for red flags relating to neuromuscular and musculoskeletal problems, medical diseases, side effects of medications, and other co-morbidities that may be unknown to the PT. Combining the insights of physical therapist Catherine Cavallaro Goodman and physical therapist assistant Charlene Marshall, this resource is unmatched in providing clear guidelines for finding and documenting red flags.

Title:Recognizing And Reporting Red Flags For The Physical Therapist Assistant: Recognizing And Reporting…Format:PaperbackDimensions:248 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:August 27, 2014Publisher:Elsevier CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1455745383

ISBN - 13:9781455745388

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Recognizing and Reporting Red Flags for the Physical Therapy Assistant
2. Recognizing and Reporting Viscerogenic Pain Patterns
3. Recognizing, Documenting, and Reporting Red Flags
4. Review of Systems for the Physical Therapist Assistant
5. Recognizing and Reporting Red Flags in the Head, Neck, and Back
6. Recognizing and Reporting Red Flags in the Upper Extremity
7. Recognizing and Reporting Red Flags in the Lower Extremity