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  1. Muscle Strength

    Edited by Shrawan Kumar

    Muscle strength is an important topic for ergonomics practitioners and physiologists to understand, especially as it relates to workplace injuries. Muscle strength and function is at the heart of many injuries that lead to reduced productivity and economic strain on the worker, the company, and...

    Published April 26th 2004 by CRC Press

  2. Minor Traumatic Brain Injury Handbook

    Diagnosis and Treatment

    Edited by Gary W. Jay

    Almost two million individuals experience minor traumatic brain injury (MTBI/MATBI) each year. Patients from all over the country have similar - even identical - complaints from comparable types of trauma. Unfortunately, the vast majority of medical professionals do not recognize or understand the...

    Published June 20th 2000 by CRC Press

  3. Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

    Practical Vocational, Neuropsychological, and Psychotherapy Interventions

    Edited by Robert Fraiser, David C. Clemmons

    Addressing the critical issues in community re-entry in a very practical manner, this book is suitable for all members of a community re-entry or brain-injury rehabilitation team. Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Practical Vocational, Neuropsychological, and Psychotherapy Interventions...

    Published September 28th 1999 by CRC Press

  4. Enabling Lives

    Edited by Brian T. McMahon, Linda R. Shaw

    Enabling Lives provides a look at the disability civil rights movement through an intimate portrayal of the lives of several of its key leaders. Each of the chapters of this book is a separate authorized biography of such prominent figures as Frank Bowe, Tony Coelho, Justin Dart, Judy Heumann,...

    Published September 27th 1999 by CRC Press

  5. Head Injury

    Information and Answers to Commonly Asked Questions: A Family's Guide to Coping

    By Christopher Sturm, Thomas Forget, Janet L. Sturm

    Head injury can quickly thrust families into a situation filled with fear, confusion, and uncertainty. They are forced to make critical decisions at a time of severe emotional stress, and many times are unable to effectively communicate with medical personnel.Over a period of several months,...

    Published June 30th 1998 by CRC Press

  6. Burnout in Families

    The Systemic Costs of Caring

    By Charles R. Figley

    Series: Innovations in Psychology Series

    Sleeplessness, depression, anxiety... these are common symptoms of the burnout that often accompanies living with a loved one who has experienced some kind of traumatic stress. It's well known that the loss of a child, a life-threatening injury, sexual assault or combat experience can affect the...

    Published December 28th 1997 by CRC Press

  7. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

    Fundamentals, Innovations, and Directions

    By Jose Leon-Carrion

    This definitive work, the combined effort of 30 international contributors, provides in-depth discussion of neuropsychological rehabilitation, the consequences of brain injury, fundamentals of recovery, current rehabilitation models, and treatment.Remarkable in the depth of its content, this...

    Published January 15th 1997 by CRC Press

  8. A Career and Life Planning Guide for Women Survivors

    MAKING THE CONNECTIONS WORKBOOK

    By Patricia Murphy

    Abuse is so crippling that many who survive the trauma are never able to function again in the world as productive members of the work force-in whatever capacity. This workbook is dedicated to addressing this and many other issues.A Career and Life Planning Guide for Women Survivors provides real...

    Published August 31st 1995 by CRC Press

  9. Beyond Difference

    By Al Condeluci

    Difference is something that we all have known or felt. It is not necessarily cause for negative experiences, hostility, or rejection. However, when people assert that they feel different it is usually a statement that they feel bad, lonely, or isolated. Role expectation and role behavior can...

    Published August 31st 1995 by CRC Press

  10. Interdependence

    The Route to Community, Second Edition

    By Al Condeluci

    Driven from a values base, Interdependence: The Route to Community is a service system framework that interprets a new approach for the ways in which people relate and the ways our society addresses social issues. Recognizing the limitations of the medical/expert approach, the book offers a new...

    Published December 31st 1994 by CRC Press