Clinical Diagnosis in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Offering a strong focus on investigative methods and action strategies for diagnosis of musculoskeletal issues, Clinical Diagnosis in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: Case by Case is a must-have resource for quick reference during daily rounds, as well as a handy study and review tool for oral boards. This portable reference covers what approaches to take when a patient presents with specific musculoskeletal issues (including differential diagnoses possibilities), what tests are appropriate to order, how to determine the relevance of results, and what treatment options to consider. Practical and easy to use, it helps you apply foundational knowledge to everyday clinical situations.
- Chapter 1 Neck pain
- Chapter 2 Shoulder pain
- Chapter 3 Elbow pain
- Chapter 4 Wrist pain
- Chapter 5 Hand pain
- Chapter 6 Hip pain
- Chapter 7 Knee pain
- Chapter 8 Ankle and foot pain
- Chapter 9 Lumbar /low back pain
- Chapter 10 multiple locations of pain Fibromyalgia.
Dr Subhadra Nori, MD, Regional Medical Director, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine; Attending Physiatrist, Elmhurst and Queens Hospital Centers; Clinical Associate Professor, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, New York, New York, Michelle Stern, MD, Chairman, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Health & Hospital Jacobi and North Central Bronx; Clinical Associate Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, New York and Se Won Lee, MD, Residency Program Director, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sunrise Graduate Medical Education Consortium, Mountain View Hospital; Clinical Associate Professor, University of Nevada, Reno, Las Vegas, Nevada