There is a surfeit of writing about evidence-based practice which is often difficult to relate to the actual treatment of patients. This book however, starts with real patients and their problems, then turns to specialist clinicians from different philosophies describe how they would treat that patient. This means that the contents are directly relevant to clinical practice. The authors have provided a generous list of references to support their choice of treatment. The book will be of interest to a wide audience including physiotherapy clinicians and researchers, others in the health care teams treating patients with neurological conditions and managers organising these services. It will also be valuable for both undergraduate and postgraduate therapists studying neurology. Contents:
Section One: Single Incident Neurology - Case Reports: stroke; head injury; incomplete spinal injury; complete spinal injury.
Section Two: Progressive Disorders - Case Reports: Parkinson?s Disease; Multiple Sclerosis.