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Elbaum Acquired Brain Injury

An Integrative Neuro-Rehabilitation Approach

2. Auflage 2019, 369 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 162 mm x 247 mm, Gewicht: 724 g
ISBN: 978-3-030-16612-0
Verlag: Springer, Berlin

Elbaum Acquired Brain Injury

This book presents a comprehensive interdisciplinary team approach to the rehabilitation of acquired brain injury (ABI) survivors. Medical and clinical specialists will receive a deeper understanding of not only each other’s roles but of their complementary functions in this field. Many case examples are provided, illustrating a wide range of challenges and stages of recovery. This edition features 3 entirely new chapters and multiple updated chapters by new and returning authors.
Featured in the coverage:
- The role of Robotics in acquired brain injury

- A comprehensive chapter on physical therapy in ABI

- Outstanding recoveries woven together by a video news producer who recovered from a meningioma

- State of the art updates on neurosurgery, neurology, physiatry, neuropsychiatry and neuro-optometry.

- Updated chapters on neuropsychology, speech-language and occupational therapies including new technology and approaches as well as evidence based practices

- Psychosocial challenges and treatment following ABI

- The importance of family as team members

- Post rehabilitation options and experiences

Acquired Brain Injury: An Integrative Neuro-Rehabilitation Approach, 2nd edition provides clarity and context regarding the rehabilitation goals and processes for rehabilitation specialists, interdisciplinary students of neuro-rehabilitation as well as practicing clinicians interested in developing their knowledge in their field.




Weitere Infos & Material

Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: Neurosurgery and Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 3: The Role of the Neurologist in Assessment and Management of Individuals with Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 4: Physiatry and Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 5: Practical Review of Robotics in the Treatment of Chronic Impairment after Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 6: The Role of Neuro-Optometry in Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 7: The Role of Occupational Therapy in Neuro-Rehabilitation.- Chapter 8: The Role of the Physical Therapist on the Neuro-Rehabilitation Team.- Chapter 9: Rehabilitation of Speech, Language and Swallowing Disorders.- Chapter 10: Neuropsychiatry and Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 11: Neuropsychology in the Outpatient Rehabilitation Setting.- Chapter 12: Counseling Individuals Post Acquired Brain Injury: Considerations and Objectives.- Chapter 13: Acquired Brain Injury and the Family: Challenges and Interventions.- Chapter 14: Post Rehabilitation after Acquired Brain Injury.- Chapter 15: Successful Transitions after Acquired Brain Injury.

Elbaum, Jean

Dr. Jean Elbaum is the Director of Transitions of Long Island, an interdisciplinary outpatient neuro-rehabilitation program which she has been devoted to since the program's inception in 1988, specializing in individual and family counseling as well as memory rehabilitation. Her clinical experience is with clients with all sub-types of acquired brain injuries. She specializes in educational/vocational re-entry, including reintegration to high level careers. Dr. Elbaum obtained three degrees from New York University: her bachelor's and master's degrees in psychology and her doctorate in rehabilitation counseling. Dr. Elbaum is an adjunct graduate professor at New York University, psychology department and has a faculty appointment at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/ Northwell in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.


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