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What are Clinical Reviews in Rehabilitation Reference Center?

Clinical Reviews in Rehabilitation Reference Center are current, comprehensive evidence-based reviews of the literature relative to a specific disease or condition that the physical therapist, occupational therapist, or speech therapist may need to address. Each clinical review contains the following sections:

  • Indexing Metadata/Description
  • Causes & Risk Factors
  • Overall Contraindications/Precautions
  • Examination
  • Assessment/Plan of Care
  • Desired Outcomes/Outcome Measures
  • Maintenance or Prevention
  • Patient Education

Examples of some clinical review topics are the following:

  • Dysphagia: Rett Syndrome
  • Hypertension in Older Adults
  • Parkinson’s Disease: A Focus on Balance and Gait
  • Spinal Cord Injuries: Complete and Motor-Complete Injuries