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Identification and Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy, 2nd Edition (ebook)

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ISBN: 9781898683902

James R. Gage (Editor), Michael H. Schwartz (Editor), Steven E. Koop (Editor), Tom F. Novacheck (Editor)

Series: Clinics in Developmental Medicine

Edition: 2nd Edition

Publication date: January 2009

Page count: 660

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The only book to deal specifically with the treatment of gait problems in cerebral palsy, this comprehensive, multi-disciplinary volume is invaluable for all those working in the field of cerebral palsy and gait.

The book is divided into two parts. The first is designed to help the reader evaluate and understand a child with cerebral palsy. It deals with neurological control, musculoskeletal growth, and normal gait, as well as cerebral injury, growth deformities and gait pathology in children with cerebral palsy.

The second section is a comprehensive overview of management. It emphasizes the most fundamental concept of treatment: manage the child’s neurologic dysfunction first and then address the skeletal and muscular consequences of that dysfunction.

The book has been thoroughly updated since the previous edition, with a greater focus on treatment and several entirely new topics covered, including chapters on the operative treatment of orthopaedic deformities.

The book is accompanied by a DVD* containing a teaching video on normal gait and a CD-ROM containing the videos and motion analysis data of all case examples used in the book, as well as teaching videos demonstrating the specifics of many of the procedures used in the correction of gait deformities and gait modelling examples from the Department of Bioengineering at Stanford University.

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Readership

Neurologists, Therapists, Physiatrists, Orthopaedic and Neurosurgeons, and Bioengineers.

Clinics in Developmental Medicine No. 180-181

James R. Gage (Editor)

Jim Gage

James R. Gage is Medical Director Emeritus, Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, St Paul, Minnesota. He is also Professor of Orthopaedics Emeritus, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Michael H. Schwartz (Editor)

Michael Schwartz

Michael Schwartz is Director of Bioengineering Research, Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, St Paul, Minnesota. He is also Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery Graduate Faculty, Biomedical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Steven E. Koop (Editor)

Steven Koop

Steven Koop is Medical Director, Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, St Paul, Minnesota. He is also Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Tom F. Novacheck (Editor)

Tom Novacheck

Tom Novacheck is Director, Center for Gait and Motion Analysis, Gillette Children's Speciality Healthcare, St Paul, Minnesota. He is also Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

  • AUTHORS’ APPOINTMENTS
  • PREFACE
  • Steven E. Koop
  • PART I: GAIT PROBLEMS IN CEREBRAL PALSY
  • SECTION 1 TYPICAL MUSCULOSKELETAL DEVELOPMENT
  • 1.1 THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
  • Warwick J. Peacock (San Francisco, California, USA)
  • 1.2 MUSCULOSKELETAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
  • Steven E. Koop (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 1.3 NORMAL GAIT
  • James R. Gage and Michael H. Schwartz (St Paul, Minnnesota, USA)
  • SECTION 2: GAIT PATHOLOGY IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
  • 2.1 MECHANISMS AND MANIFESTATIONS OF NEONATAL BRAIN INJURY
  • Adré DuPlessis (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
  • 2.2 THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SPASTICITY
  • Warwick J. Peacock (San Francisco, California, USA)
  • 2.3 BASAL GANGLIA INJURY AND RESULTING MOVEMENT DISORDERS
  • Leland Albright (Madison, Wisconsin, USA)
  • 2.4 CONSEQUENCES OF BRAIN INJURY ON MUSCULOSKELETAL DEVELOPMENT
  • James R. Gage and Michael H. Schwartz (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 2.5 MUSCLE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN CEREBRAL PALSY
  • Adam P. Shortland, Nicola R. Fry, Anne E. McNee and Martin Gough (London, UK)
  • 2.6 CLASSIFICATION OF CEREBRAL PALSY AND PATTERNS OF GAIT PATHOLOGY
  • Sylvia Õunpuu (Hartford, Connnecticut, USA), Pam Thomason (Melbourne, Australia), Adrienne Harvey (Melbourne, Australia) and H. Kerr Graham (Melbourne, Australia)
  • 2.7 NATURAL HISTORY OF AMBULATION WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
  • Steven E. Koop (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • SECTION 3: PATIENT ASSESSMENT
  • 3.1 CLINICAL ASSESSMENT
  • Joyce P. Trost (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 3.2 FOOT BIOMECHANICS AND PATHOLOGY
  • Susan Sohrweide (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 3.3 NEUROIMAGING OF THE BRAIN
  • Beverly Wical (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 3.4 RAGIOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF THE PATIENT WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
  • KevinWalker (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 3.5 GAIT ANALSIS: KINEMATICS, KINETICS, EMG AND OXYGEN
  • James R. Gage and Jean Stout (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 3.6 MODELING AND SIMULATION OF NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL GAIT
  • Jennifer L. Hicks (Stanford, California, USA), Michael H. Schwartz (St Paul, Minneosta, USA) and Scott L. Delp (Stanford, California, USA)
  • PART II: TREATMENT
  • SECTION 4: NON-OPERATIVE TREATMENT
  • 4.1 PHYSICAL THERAPY
  • Susan Murr and Katie Walt (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 4.2 ORTHOSES
  • Tom F. Novacheck, Gary J. Kroll, George Gent, Adam Rozumalski, Camilla Beattie and Michael H. Schwartz (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 4.3 PHARMACOLOGICALTREATMENT WITH ORAL MEDICATIONS
  • Marcie Ward (St Paul, USA)
  • 4.4 PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN
  • Kaat Desloovere and Guy Molenaers (Leuven, Belgium)
  • SECTION 5: OPERATIVE TREATMENT
  • 5.1 TREATMENT OF SPASTICITY WITH INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN
  • Linda E. Krach (St Paul, Minneosta, USA)
  • 5.2 TREATMENT OF SPASTICITY WITH SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY
  • Joyce P. Trost, Mary E. Dunn, Linda E. Krach, Tom F. Novacheck and Michael H. Schwartz (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 5.3 NEUROSURGICAL TREATMENT OF DYSTONIA
  • Leland Albright (Madison, Wisconsin, USA)
  • 5.4 REHABILITATION FOLLOWING SPASTICITY REDUCTION
  • Linda E. Krach (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 5.5 ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT OF MUSCLE CONTRACTURES
  • Tom F. Novacheck (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 5.6 ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT OF LONG-BONE TORSIONS
  • James R. Gage (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 5.7 ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT OF HIP DYSPLASIA
  • Henry G. Chambers (San Diego, California, USA)
  • 5.8 ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT OF FOOT DEFORMITIES
  • Jon R. Davids (Greenville, South Carolina, USA)
  • 5.9 POSTOPERATIVE CARE AND REHABILITATION
  • Steven E. Koop and Susan Murr (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 5.10 GENERAL ISSUES OF RECURRENCE WITH GROWTH
  • James R. Gage (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • 5.11 TREATMENT OF CROUCH GAIT
  • Jean Stout, Tom F. Novacheck, James R. Gage and Michael H. Schwartz (St Paul, Minnesota, USA)
  • SECTION 6: ASSESMENT OF OUTCOME
  • 6.1 MEASUREMENT TOOLS AND METHODS
  • Adrienne Harvey, Pam Thomason and H. Kerr Graham (Melbourne, Australia)
  • 6.2 CONSEQUENCES OF INTERVENTIONS
  • Pam Thomason and H. Kerr Graham (Melbourne, Australia)
  • EPILOGUE
  • James R. Gage
  • INDEX

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‘The eagerly-awaited second edition of this text is a heavy-weight in all senses. In addition to the core editorship from Gillette Children's Hospital, there are 32 other contributors to the book that runs to over 600 pages and two DVDs. Overall impressions are positive; in general it reads well and the standard of illustrations is excellent.’ J Mark H Paterson, DMCN, 2010

‘It is an excellent book which should be read by all clinicians caring for patients with CP. This book provides an excellent starting point for approaching understanding and treatment to improve the lives of our patients with CP.’ Michael D. Sussman, Journal of Children's Orthopaedics, 2010

‘The second edition expands and improves on what was already a classic. I was impressed by the fact that much of the text was devoted to educating the reader on the nature of cerebral palsy and how it results in gait abnormalities. One does not need to be an expert on motion analysis nor have a gait laboratory to greatly benefit from this work. Gage and colleagues have produced a monumental and important work. All children’s orthopedists should be aware of this text, and those who treat cerebral palsy should have it on their desk.’ Dennis Wenger, Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, 2010

'This outstanding book is the brainchild of James R. Gage, MD, medical director emeritus, Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, St. Paul, Minnesota, and professor of orthopedics emeritus at University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. He is supported by local associate editors and others, including: Michael H. Schwartz, PhD, director of bioengineering research; Steven E. Koop, MD, professor of orthopedics; and Tom F. Novacheck, MD, associate professor of orthopedics. Gates has devoted his entire medical career to caring for children with CP and teaching other medical professionals. His pioneering work on gait analysis is recognized around the world. The diplegic CP child with a crouch gait is the focus of this work. The availability of a gait analysis study forms the basis for planning treatment and evaluating outcome. This is the most authoritative work on the subject worldwide. It is a must purchase for all those who care for these children. Medical libraries are expected to have this in their reference section.' Edward Abraham, MD, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine