Physiotherapy Management of Haemophilia
provides a comprehensive overview of the physiotherapy treatment concepts and management strategies currently available that can be incorporated into the management programs for patients with haemophilia. It is written by physiotherapists with a broad range of experience of haemophilia, based on their clinical experience and supported by evidence from the relevant literature.
This book is essential reading for the physiotherapist responsible for the treatment of patients with haemophilia. It will, however, also be a valuable source of reference for doctors, nurses, orthopaedic surgeons and counselors.
Chapter 1 Principles of Assessment in Haemophilia (pages 1–13): Karen Beeton and Dionne Ryder
Chapter 2 Pain Mechanisms (pages 15–25): Andrew Clements
Chapter 3 Hydrotherapy and its Use in Haemophilia (pages 27–38): Rochelle Tiktinsky and Caroline Barmatz
Chapter 4 Electrotherapy and its Use in Haemophilia (pages 39–50): Mandy Higginbottom and Victoria Leckie
Chapter 5 Muscle Imbalance in Haemophilia (pages 51–63): Jane Padkin
Chapter 6 Exercise, Sport and Education in Haemophilia (pages 65–76): Brenda M. Buzzard
Chapter 7 Biomechanics of the Lower Limb in Haemophilia (pages 77–87): David Stephensen
Chapter 8 Use of a Theoretical Framework for Health Status in Haemophilia Care and Research (pages 89–100): Piet de Kleijn and Nico L.U. van Meeteren
Chapter 9 Disability and Outcome Measures in Patients with Haemophilia (pages 101–109): Jane Cornwell
Chapter 10 Orthopaedic Surgery in Haemophilia (pages 111–120): E. Carlos Rodriguez?Merchan
Chapter 11 Physiotherapy following Orthopaedic Surgery in Haemophilia (pages 121–134): Lucy Orr
Chapter 12 Rehabilitation in Developing Countries (pages 135–145): Lily Heijnen and Muhammad Tariq Sohail