Occupational Therapy for the Energy Deficient Patient

Occupational Therapy for the Energy Deficient Patient

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Here are the newest, most successful treatment strategies and tools to help patients compensate for energy deficiencies. Professionals in the occupational therapy field focus much-needed attention on the phenomenon of low energy--an unavoidable consequence of many illnesses and accidents--and offer some constructive ideas the occupational therapist can use to help patients confront and overcome low energy that is a barrier to satisfying independent living. Both biological and physiological energy considerations are thoroughly addressed in relation the elderly, as well as to patients suffering from depression, heart and lung disease, stroke, and limb deficiencies.BLAKENEY, MSOT, OTR, Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond E. ... Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, and Clinician in Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA FELICE CELIKYOL, MA, OTR, ... Rehabilitation Department and Director, Occupational Therapy, Springfield Hospital Center, Sykesville, MD ELISE M. HOLLOWAY, MPH, anbsp;...

Title:Occupational Therapy for the Energy Deficient Patient
Author: Florence S. Cromwell
Publisher:Psychology Press - 1986-01-01

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