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Rehabilitation of the Shaken Soldier Syndrome $69.00
Authors: Larry E. Schutz, David Patterson, Mathu Hanson and Elizabeth A. McNamara (Casa Colina Rehabilitation Hospital, Pomona, CA), Kenyatta O. Rivers and Charles E. Hughes (University of Central Florida) 
Book Description:
The current epidemic of blast injuries to the brain deserves an urgent response, but it has not yet received one. In their most recent response, the military and post-military medical systems have hired a large complement of new staff to expand the limited care they provide to these survivors. Effective, advanced therapies for brain trauma (developed and refined at considerable cost in time and effort) are available through a small complement of experienced specialists, but not through the clinical generalists. This new book reviews the strengths and weaknesses of the neurorehabilitation therapies that have been widely used, highlighting the features associated with treatment success and also recommends several technological innovations that can reduce the cost and increase the impact of the therapies.

Table of Contents:

Chapter One: An Introduction to the Clinical Problem of Blast Injury

Chapter Two: Understanding the Brain Injury--The Civilian Model

Chapter Three: The Impairments Caused by TBI

Chapter Four: The Impairments Caused by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Chapter Five: The Shaken Soldier Syndrome

Chapter Six: Harnessing the Processes of Adaptation for the Purpose of Self-Therapy

Chapter Seven: Empirical Findings Concerning TBI Symptoms, Treatment, and Recovery

Chapter Eight: A Basic Model for the Treatment of SSS

Chapter Nine: A Hypothetical Example of the Treatment of SSS

Chapter Ten: Conclusions


      Neuroscience Research Progress
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 6 x 9
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-492-1
   Status: AV
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