Clinical Decisions in Therapeutic Exercise Program Planningprovides a contemporary, evidence-based overview of the topics that influence decisions regarding therapeutic exercise program development by integrating neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal considerations. This resource encourages the reader to consider relevant evidence along with a comprehensive, holistic understanding of the individual when making clinical decisions regarding a plan of care and the most appropriate exercise intervention(s). Case Studies present not just the injury, but also the lifestyle, attitudes, social and medical history and personality of the client to aid in effective program planning. Features include: Two free student CD-ROMs: A resource library CD-ROM containing additional text, figures, videos, and animations to supplement the text. Featured animations are from Eupraxia's collection of three-dimensional exercise routine demonstrations. A working demonstration version of VHI PC Kits, which allows students to choose from thousands of exercises to create, customize, and print easy-to-read, professional looking exercise routines for clients. Case Studies provide the reader with principles, guidelines and examples to become proficient problem solvers. Decision-making algorithms following each case study illustrates the individual case management process. Clear, concise illustrations enable the reader visualize the essential elements of each chapter. Consistent with the APTA's Guide to Physical Therapy Practice and APTA Client/Patient Management Model. Includes information on alternative exercise therapies. Extensive references display evidence-based practice.Nyland, John is the author of 'Clinical Decisions In Therapeutic Exercise Planning And Implementation', published 2005 under ISBN 9780130480361 and ISBN 0130480363.