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Acquired brain injury; an integrative neuro-rehabilitation approach.


Acquired brain injury; an integrative neuro-rehabilitation approach.

Ed. by Jean Elbaum and Deborah M. Benson.



298 pages




Two neuro-rehabilitation specialists (North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, Manhasset, New York) present 16 essays addressing the roles of various medical and clinical specialists in the assessment, treatment, and management of acquired brain injury. Contributors offer perspectives from physiatry; neuropsychiatry; neurosurgery; neuro-optometry; occupational, speech-language, and balance therapies; nursing; and case management. Causes, symptoms, and stages of recovery are demonstrated in case examples throughout the book.

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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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