Neurorehabilitation for central nervous system (CNS) disorders
If we look on a global scale at the most frequently occurring CNS disorders these are: CVA, Parkinson's, MS and Dementia.
Neurorehabiltiation for CNS disorders is the only published work that describes these four disorders in a single book.
The various disorders are described in separate chapters.
When studying the four pathologies, we do see differences of course, but at the same time the conclusion is that there are many commonalities in the symptomatology of the CNS disorders.
A literature study of evidence relating to physiotherapy interventions for the common symptomatology provides us with a wealth of information.
After reading this book, you will have in-depth knowledge of the pathologies of the CNS disorders and have developed good insights in the corresponding symptomatology and the accompanying treatment intervention. The physiotherapist can thereafter rightfully be regarded as a specialist in Neurorehabilitation.
Some reviews of the book:
"It translates science to practice"
"After reading this book I can see the commonalities between the different CNS disorders. Thanks to this book, I can now regard Neurorehabilitation more as a whole"
"I almost read it all in one go. It is written clearly and aimed at use in practice thanks to the examples from practice"