Spinal Cord Injury in the Child and Young Adult
Persons with paediatric-onset spinal cord injury also have unique developmental needs. They experience the typical ongoing challenges of each developmental stage (e.g. childhood, adolescence) as well as changes owing to their spinal cord injury.
This book is intended for clinicians of all disciplines, from those who may only occasionally care for youth with spinal cord injury to those who specialize in spinal cord injury, as well as clinical and basic researchers in the spinal cord injury field.
Topics covered include new developments in pediatric spinal cord injury research, current standards for optimal care, areas lacking scientific evidence, and recommendations for clinical practice and future research.
Developmental paediatricians, paediatric intensivists, paediatricians, orthopaedic surgeons, spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, neurologists, urologists, plastic surgeons, psychologists, occupational, speech, and physical therapists, biomedical/rehabilitation engineers, nurses, life care planners, orthotists.
Full Book Review
Read the full book review by Deborah Gaebler Spira published in Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology.
Clinics in Developmental Medicine Series