By Jose Leon-Carrion, Klaus R. H. von Wild, George A. Zitnay
Brain damage remedy: Theories and Practices is an intensive and wide-ranging account of the rehabilitation of mind injury.
Written from a world viewpoint, this booklet provides an in depth dialogue of the elemental technological know-how of mind harm. It explains the remedies utilized in mind harm rehabilitation and covers new equipment of rehabilitation, together with complementary drugs theories. It includes a wealth of knowledge on diversified neurosurgical and neuropsychological remedies. additionally it is a entire connection with the theories underlying rehabilitation practices and chapters on group reentry and relatives dynamics following mind injury.
It might be a useful device to scholars from psychology, medication, actual and occupational treatment learning the remedy and aftercare of individuals with mind injury.
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