1st Edition

Occupational Therapy and the Patient With Pain

ISBN 9780866564540
Published January 1, 1985 by Routledge
148 Pages

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Book Description

This volume speaks to the issue of occupational therapy practice with the patient in pain. The hows and whys of treatment are explored in a broad range of chapters written by and for professionals in the field of occupational therapy.

Table of Contents

Contents I. From Another Perspective: A Clinician’s View of the Theme

  • Occupational Therapy and the Patient With Pain
  • Stress Management as a Component of Occupational Therapy in Acute Care Settings
  • Occupational Therapy Interventioic Pain
  • Perspectives on the Pain of the Hospice Patient: The Roles of the Occupational Therapist and Physician
  • The Schultz Structured Interview for Assessing Upper Extremity Pain
  • Shoulder Pain in the Patient With Hemiplegia: A Fundamental Concern in Occupational Therapy
  • The Role of Occupational Therapy in Back School
  • The Use of Biofeedback Techniques in Occupational Therapy for Persons With Chronic Pain
  • The Use of Assertiveness Training With Chronic Pain Patients
  • The Growth of the Hospice Movement: A Role for Occupational Therapy
  • II. Practice Watch: Things to Think About
  • What Every Therapist Should Know: Hazards in the Clinic

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