'Whiplash: Evidence Base for Clinical Practice' – the Ultimate Guide to the Management of Whiplash Injuries – Published by Elsevier Australia

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A new book from Elsevier Australia will shed valuable light on the often controversial condition of whiplash.

In clear, easy-to-follow text, the book presents the evidence underpinning the complexity of whiplash associated disorders ...

A new textbook from Elsevier Australia entitled 'Whiplash: evidence base for clinical practice', makes essential reading for those involved in managing whiplash patients.

In clear, easy-to-follow text, the book presents the evidence underpinning the complexity of whiplash associated disorders (WADs), providing valuable insight into a clinical problem that is extremely common, though sometimes contentious and relatively poorly understood.

An invaluable resource for clinicians and policy makers alike, 'Whiplash: evidence base for clinical practice' covers the full spectrum of the condition’s current evidence base, and features comprehensive case studies on both acute and chronic whiplash injuries.

Critical topics such as litigation and the role of compensation in whiplash injuries are dealt with in discrete chapters, along with specifics of whiplash’s physiological and psychological manifestations.

This new book makes an essential addition to the bookshelves of physiotherapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, occupational therapy and health psychology practitioners and postgraduate students, and is also beneficial for practitioners in rehabilitation therapies and primary care.

For more information on 'Whiplash: evidence base for clinical practice' visit http://tiny.cc/i9zqy

About the authors
Michele Sterling is Associate Director, Centre for National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine (CONROD) and Director of the Rehabilitation (Medical and Allied Health) Research Program (CONROD). She is also Associate Professor in the University of Queensland’s Division of Physiotherapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and the School of Medicine.
Justin Kenardy, PhD, is a clinical health psychologist and Deputy Director of the Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine (CONROD), and Professor in Clinical Psychology at the University of Queensland’s School of Psychology.

About Elsevier Australia
Elsevier Australia is a leading publisher of textbooks and professional titles for students, lecturers and health science professionals within the fields Medicine & Surgery, Nursing & Midwifery, Health Professions, Veterinary and Dentistry.

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