Maximize your patients' independence, quality of life, mobility, and functional improvement with this evidence-based guide to physical medicine and rehabilitation LANGE Valuable to practicing physicians, residents, medical students, as well as recertifying psychiatrists Includes timely chapters on sports, trauma, cardiac, and spinal rehabilitation Covers therapeutic exercise and treatment modalities for pain and dysfunction Presents a practical approach to the physical medicine and rehabilitation patient, including common pathologies and complications Focuses on the clinical aspects of physical medicine and rehabilitation with an emphasis on evidence-based medicine Lays down a foundation of anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanics before progressing to therapeutic exercise and modalities Reviews diagnostic and therapeutic procedures performed by physicians such as electrodiagnostics, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and spine and joint injections Concludes with a comprehensive review of major primary care issuesA standing wheelchair can be manual or motorized; similarly, the lifting mechanism can be either manual or powered. The benefits of ... Motorized scooters are prescribed for patients who need assistance in mobility and are unable to propel a manual wheelchair. ... (Reproduced with permission from Pride Mobility Corp.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Current Diagnosis and Treatment Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2015-01-05|