Health Reference Series: Movement Disorders Sourcebook

Editor: Hayes, Kevin
Publication Year: 2021
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $97.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $145.50
ISBN: 978-1-80316-061-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Rehabilitation & Therapy
Image Count: 6
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Movement Disorders Sourcebook, Fourth Edition provides information about the common types and symptoms of movement disorders in children and adults.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part 1. Introduction to Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 1—Anatomy of the Brain: How the Brain Controls the Body’s Movements
  • Chapter 2—Anatomy of the Nervous System
  • Chapter 3—Functions of the Basal Ganglia
  • Chapter 4—Bones, Muscles, and Joints: What They Do and How They Move
  • Chapter 5—Healthy Movements
  • Part 2. Hypokinetic Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 6—Parkinson Disease
  • Chapter 7—Parkinsonism
  • Chapter 8—Muscular Dystrophy
  • Chapter 9—Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chapter 10—Akinetic-Rigid Syndromes
  • Chapter 11—Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
  • Chapter 12—Corticobasal Degeneration
  • Chapter 13—Lewy Body Dementia
  • Chapter 14—Multiple System Atrophy
  • Chapter 15—Myasthenia
  • Chapter 16—Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Chapter 17—Post-polio Syndrome
  • Chapter 18—Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
  • Chapter 19—Spinal Cord Injury and Movement Disorder
  • Chapter 20—Spinal Muscular Atrophy
  • Chapter 21—Stiff Person Syndrome
  • Part 3. Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 22—Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Chapter 23—Tremor
  • Chapter 24—Myoclonus
  • Chapter 25—Chorea
  • Chapter 26—Dystonia
  • Chapter 27—Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia
  • Chapter 28—Neurodegeneration with Brain Iron Accumulation
  • Chapter 29—Stereotypies
  • Chapter 30—Stiffness, Cramps, and Twitching
  • Chapter 31—Stroke
  • Chapter 32—Tics and Tourette Syndrome
  • Chapter 33—Wilson Disease
  • Part 4. Cerebellar Disorders and Ataxias
  • Chapter 34—Cerebellar or Spinocerebellar Degeneration
  • Chapter 35—Christianson Syndrome
  • Chapter 36—Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
  • Chapter 37—Balance Problems and Disorders
  • Part 5. Childhood Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 38—Angelman Syndrome
  • Chapter 39—Cerebral Palsy
  • Chapter 40—Rett Syndrome
  • Chapter 41—Spina Bifida
  • Part 6. Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 42—Working with Your Doctor
  • Chapter 43—Neurological Tests and Procedures Used to Diagnose Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 44—Managing Spasticity
  • Chapter 45—Treating Spasticity In Children and Adolescents
  • Chapter 46—Motion Analysis and Biomechanics
  • Chapter 47—Physical Strategies for Improving Movement Disorder Symptoms
  • Chapter 48—Physical and Occupational Therapy for Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 49—Space Technologies in the Rehabilitation of Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 50—Drugs for Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 51—Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders
  • Part 7. Living with Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 52—Caring for Someone with Disabilities
  • Chapter 53—Parenting a Child with a Movement Disorder: Special Concerns
  • Chapter 54—Care for Elderly with Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 55—Dressing with Ease, Style, and Comfort
  • Chapter 56—Assistive Technology Can Help People with Movement Disorders Live More Independently
  • Chapter 57—Coping with Chronic Illness and Depression
  • Chapter 58—Rehabilitation Engineering for Physical Functions
  • Chapter 59—Social Security Benefits for People with Disabilities
  • Part 8. Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 60—Glossary of Terms Related to Movement Disorders
  • Chapter 61—Directory of Agencies That Provide Information about Movement Disorders