Case Files in Physical Therapy Pediatrics (Communications and Signal Processing) 1st Edition
by Eric Pelletier (Author), Erin Jobst (Author)
Thirty pediatrics physical therapy cases sharpen students’ critical thinking skills and prepare them for real-world practice
This unique review features case studies that help physical therapy students successfully transition from coursework to clinical work. Each case includes a discussion of the health condition, examination, evaluation, diagnosis, plan of care, and interventions, evidence-based practice recommendations, and references. NPTE-style review questions accompany each case, reinforcing students’ learning. These case studies give students practical experience before they actually work with patients and helps build the confidence they need to succeed in real-world clinical practice.
About the Author
Series Editor: Erin Jobst, PT, PhD is an Assistant Professor at the Pacific University School of Physical Therapy.
Eric Pelletier is an Assistant Professor in the Physical Therapy program at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
Series: Communications and Signal Processing
Paperback: 512 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 1 edition (November 18, 2015)