Functional Electrical Rehabilitation : Technological Restoration After Spinal Cord Injury

On one of my returns to California, I attended the "Disabilities Expo 88" at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Among the various marvels oftech­ nology for the wheelchair disabled were stair-climbing wheelchairs, self­ raising and lowering kitchen cabinetry, and even a completely accessib...

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Main Author: Phillips, Chandler A.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY Springer New York 1991, 1991
Edition:1st ed. 1991
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • The Motor Feedback Applications
  • 3 Control of Extremity Motor Prostheses: The Sensory Feedback Applications
  • 2 Stationary Exercise Rehabilitation
  • 4 Stationary Exercise Rehabilitation: Introduction and Overview
  • 5 Acute Effects with the Leg Exerciser System: The Physiological Process
  • 6 Acute Effects with the Exercise Bicycle System: The Physiological Process
  • 7 Chronic Exercise Effects: The Therapeutic Outcome
  • 3 Ambulatory Exercise Rehabilitation
  • 8 Ambulatory Exercise Rehabilitation: Introduction and Overview
  • 9 Ambulatory Exercise Systems
  • 10 Ambulatory Exercise Procedures and Effects
  • 4 Prescription of Functional Electrical Rehabilitation
  • 11 The Medical Criteria: Physician Guidelines for Patient Participation
  • 12 The Functional Electrical Rehabilitation Patient Evaluation and Prescription Program
  • Epilogue