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Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. University of Washington, School of Medicine. Seattle, Washington. Clinical Practice of. Physical Medicine. Rehabilitation Medicine: A Textbook on Physical Medicine and Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract. assistive technologies. Rehabilitation medicine. Rehabilitation medicine is concerned with improving functioning through the diagnosis and treatment of health.

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PDF | On Oct 1, , Wai-On Phoon and others published Rehabilitation Medicine. 1 Introduction. Rehabilitation Medicine focuses on the diagnosis and management of disease and its effects on the functioning of the individual. The WHO. Society. The Book has been produced by the UEMS Section of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine under the authorship of its President and Chairman of the.

Thus, eldrub netvision. Consequently, the education of medical students focused on musculoskeletal conditions and Croatia is a small country in Central Eastern Europe, with an physical medicine. The specialty of rehabilitation medicine area of 56, km2 and a population of approximately 4. Until it their specialization lasting 4 years and ending with an examina- was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, then from to tion. They became known as physiatrists and organized part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and after the Second themselves in the Croatian Society for Physical Medicine and World War a socialist republic within Federative Yugoslavia, Rehabilitation, which in changed its name to Croatian until when it declared its independence.

This declaration Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. Stroke is also the most Rehabilitation medicine in Croatia derives from 3 sources: Its orthopaedics, balneology and physical medicine.

In , an institute for need of inpatient rehabilitation. A total of individuals this complex impairment. At the same time there were may be rehabilitated prosthetically, i. The need for rehabilitation in patients who, following other medicine. The majority of nurses have only on-job training in diseases, injuries and congenital malformations, may be left rehabilitation nursing. Process elements also show shortcom- with impairments, has to be added to the figures above, but data ings.

Stroke survivors are referred from acute care to rehabilita- necessary for its estimation are not available. Patients after In there were beds for inpatient rehabilitation, of amputation of lower limbs are discharged home or referred to a these in teaching and in special hospitals for medical SHMR for stump healing and initial walking exercises.

The rehabilitation SHMRs , which are former spas with the institute for prosthetic rehabilitation admits patients majority of their beds not used for rehabilitation Table I. Patients with SCI are However, there is only one specialized facility for rehabilitation not brought directly from the site of accident to the SCI centre, of stroke and facilities for other complex impairments are which admits patients annually, half of them new cases, but geographically dispersed, without interaction or co-ordination are first admitted to traumatology and transferred to the centre of activities between them and no co-operation in education or 14 days after operative stabilization of the vertebral column.

Since in most facilities there are areas or on islands. There are no provisions for community- no occupational and speech therapists, therapeutic activities are based rehabilitation.

In there were practising physia- performed by nurses and physiotherapists, nurses teaching basic trists in Croatia 10 , i.

For much of the last century, medicine revolved around the concept of saving lives. The result has been prolonged quantity of life with an increase in the prevalence of chronic disease. During the same decades, armed conflicts not only redefined geographic maps but also enhanced the public's awareness of people with disabilities; in some instances, this group came to represent a new segment of society. In addition, the polio epidemic of the s left many people with friends and family members with disabilities, and the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt in the United States led to an awareness that a disability does not have to be a social handicap.

The recognition of the inherent value of people with disabilities and of their needs resulted in the development of the speciality of physical medicine and rehabilitation. At its most basic, this speciality focuses on maximizing a person's independence through medical, psychological or physical treatments or through modifications to their environment.

Common causes of disability requiring complex rehabilitation include cardiovascular diseases, respiratory ailments and arthritis. Less common but potentially devastating conditions such as spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury, amputation and congenital neurologic or musculoskeletal conditions often require lifelong medical follow-up.

Each of these conditions presents its own subset of medical complications and rehabilitation needs. Fortunately for the physician, some of the complications and needs overlap between conditions. For example, understanding the principles of spasticity management can help the clinician to treat the child with cerebral palsy, the adult with a spinal cord injury and the elderly patient with a stroke.

For this series we have chosen 3 topics that highlight different aspects of rehabilitation medicine. Operating from a "meta-position," how these services will be delivered, in the systems consultant may more readily what time frame, and by whom.

Subse- perspective used Frank, ; Moore et quently, the consultant may be able to al.

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Systems-trained medical schools, residency programs, individuals will need to make themselves graduate and internship programs in available to hospital administrators for psychology, and other allied health train- the planning of marketing and educa- ing programs. We suspect that many tional strategies designed to inform mem- students receive only minimal exposure to bers of the healthcare community of the rehabilitation settings in their training.

It is much of questions need to be addressed, includ- more likely that students will receive ing detailing the nature and interrelation- training only in specific aspects of rehabili- ships among multiple systems in the tation medicine relevant to their special- rehabilitation context.

For example, em- ization neuropsychological assessment, pirical evaluations of the structure and neuroanatomy , which may perpetuate a function of relationships between physi- rather provincial perspective. Hospital cians, case managers, therapists, and administration and management teams patients in rehabilitation settings are would almost certainly benefit from educa- needed.

Inasmuch as their decisions have biopsychosocial consultation models that both widespread and direct ramifications foster team cooperation and cohesion. In for clinical care, administrative health- addition, research is needed regarding care decisions often are based on auto- which types of teams e. To the systemic effects of some decisions. Similarly, studies should Belar, Changes in healthcare reim- staff morale, patient care, and economic bursement are designed to place increas- stability in rehabilitation settings.

Fi- ing responsibility on the individual and nally, researchers need to evaluate empiri- his or her family. Arguably, reduction of resources search tools to carve out a unique niche in for rehabilitation services will eventually the world of rehabilitation medicine. Research Health disabled and disenfranchised citizens.

Un- Care Group Industry Overview. Behind the family are difficult to alter once the pendulum mask: Therapeutic change in rigid family has begun to swing a decided direction. Admittedly, it is at this larger macrosys- Belar, C.

Collaboration in capitated care: tem level that the systems-trained practi- Challenges for psychology. Professional Psy- tioner is least likely to have direct influ- chology: Research and Practice Time will reveal Bingaman, J.

Rehabilitation medicine in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

American Psychologist Bloch, D. Family Systems Medicine: to and use information from the resulting The field and the journal. Family Systems microsystems-level changes.

Medicine 1: Biomedicine and Dr. Psycho- social: The dual optic. Family Systems Rehabilitation medicine as a field offers Medicine Personal communication.

Family adaptation to chronic practitioners, even in light of the uncer- illness pp. Caplan ed. In the Rehabilitation psychology desk reference. The ecology of collaborative, biopsychosocial perspective human development. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Although Caplan, B. Denial and challenges in rehabilitation medicine do depression in disabling illness In exist at all levels, demonstrating the value B. Rockville MD: Aspen Publica- salient. Ultimately, such proof most likely tions. Family paradigms: treatment interventions higher func- The practice of theory in family therapy.

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New tional ability in the context of cost York: Guilford Press. Patients who return home, Diller, L. Fostering the interdisciplin- who work, who maintain positive family ary team: Fostering research in a society in relationships, and evidence emotional transition.

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation The future of to society and will be the least costly to the GME: Fine tuning is not enough pp. With these goals in Sirica eds.

Families and rehabilitation. Brain Injury Medical family therapy with somatizing , Gluck, J. Mikesell, D. McDaniel eds. Coping and family func- psychology and systems theory. Washington tion after closed head injury. Minuchin, S. The changing therapy techniques.

Cambridge: Harvard workforce: The role of health psychology. University Press.

Health Psychology. Moore, A. Halstead, L. Team care in chronic Centripetal and centrifugal family life cycle illness: A critical review of the literature for factors in long-term outcome following trau- the past 25 years. Physical Medicine and matic brain injury. Brain Injury 7: Rehabilitation Mullins, L. Hate revisited: Power, envy, Henggeler, S. The family-ecological and greed in the rehabilitation setting.

Henggeler Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabili- ed.An order form for reprints, additional journal copies or a pdf file will be provided along with the pdf proof. Secondary analysis of data from a prospective Orth Intl ; In for clinical care, administrative health- addition, research is needed regarding care decisions often are based on auto- which types of teams e.

Some catastrophic injuries, ther, the majority of rehabilitation hospi- such as traumatic brain injury, cerebrovas- tals employ social workers, professional cular accidents, and spinal cord injuries, counselors, behavior management techni- require lengthy periods of rehabilitation.

In addition, the polio epidemic of the s left many people with friends and family members with disabilities, and the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt in the United States led to an awareness that a disability does not have to be a social handicap. Behind the family are difficult to alter once the pendulum mask: Therapeutic change in rigid family has begun to swing a decided direction.

The trend was further enhanced when, J Rehabil Med ; The Archives of Physical Medi- unwilling to participate in the rehabilita- cine and Rehabilitation, a journal outlet tion process abandoning the patient , or specific to rehabilitation, fared better with evidence direct or indirect disagreement 13 empirical articles and four commen- with the stated team goals. Pragmatics of human communication: A

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