Though cancer is a life - threatening disease, if it is treated properly and on time, the person can be cured. However, the after - effects of treatment and cure can be destructive and long - lasting. These need to be taken care of properly and handled well. for this, a book, Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice by Michael Stubblefield is helpful in explaining how to bring back normalcy to the life of cancer survivors.
To begin with, the book deals with various types of cancer and their management and treatment. Further, the disabilities that occur due to the treatment that need to be taken care of are also explained in the book. Neurological and musculoskeletal issues are also dealt with. The complications that arise as a result of the disease are also managed in a therapeutic manner. Methods to handle the pains and specific malignancies, spasms and weaknesses that occur as a result of cancer are explained in a few chapters. for all those who are dealing with the treatment of cancer survivors, like doctors, nurses, speech therapists and occupational therapists, this book provides a information and guidance through a practical approach. The book also deals with fund - related issues and screening. There are coloured and black and white pictures, images and illustrations to help the reader understand the content easily.
Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice was published by Demos Medical Publishing in its 1st edition in 2009. It is available in hardcover.
Key Features :
|Author||Michael D. Stubblefield|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Number Of Pages||1120|
|Publisher||Demos Medical Publishing|
|Studio||Demos Medical Publishing|