presented by Wendy K. Anemaet
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Wendy K. Anemaet, PT, DPT, PhD, GCS, CWS, GTC, COS-C
Dr. Wendy K. Anemaet, a physical therapist since 1989 in home health, acute care, rehabilitation, outpatient, and skilled nursing, is an associate professor at the School of Physical Therapy at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Wendy received her Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California and her PhD in Aging Studies from…Read full bio
1. The Physiology of Tissue Healing
This chapter details where exercise for tissue healing fits within the exercise framework. It describes the healing process in various types of tissues and discusses factors that aid in tissue healing in order to provide the background for prescribing exercise to enhance tissue healing.
2. Principles and Parameters for Dosing
This chapter describes the signs and symptoms of inflammation that may indicate the need for tissue healing exercise. Once these signs and symptoms are identified, it is important to assess them using various methods including observation, skin temperature, girth measures, and standardized pain assessments.
3. Exercise for Tissue Healing
This chapter describes exercises that would enhance tissue healing. It includes indications and contraindications, types of exercise, and exercise parameters.
4. Case Application of Exercises for Tissue Healing
This chapter describes a case of a patient with edema and pain after a total knee arthroplasty one day prior. It includes a demonstration of assessment and outcome measurement techniques and exercise prescription for tissue healing.