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Musculoskeletal, Sports, and Occupational Medicine: Rehabilitation Medicine Quick Reference provides the core knowledge the busy practitioner needs to deliver top-notch rehabilitative care to patients with musculoskeletal, sports, or occupational injuries. Covering 107 alphabetically arranged topics from Achilles Tendinopathy to Whiplash, this nuts and bolts resource is designed to provide concise and accurate information. The book begins with a template for evaluating a patient with musculoskeletal injury, and ...
Musculoskeletal, Sports, and Occupational Medicine: Rehabilitation Medicine Quick Reference provides the core knowledge the busy practitioner needs to deliver top-notch rehabilitative care to patients with musculoskeletal, sports, or occupational injuries. Covering 107 alphabetically arranged topics from Achilles Tendinopathy to Whiplash, this nuts and bolts resource is designed to provide concise and accurate information. The book begins with a template for evaluating a patient with musculoskeletal injury, and covers the full gamut of conditions and sequelae commonly seen by practitioners dealing with bone, joint, and soft tissue problems in athletes, injured workers, and individuals of any age with musculoskeletal issues.
Every entry is standardized for quick look-up in the office or clinic, and features description, etiology, risk factors, clinical features, natural history, diagnosis, red flags, treatment, prognosis, helpful hints and suggested readings.
Features of Rehabilitation Medicine Quick Reference series titles include:
About the Series
Designed for the busy practitioner seeking quick answers when diagnosing and treating common-and not so common- disorders. Each volume in the series focuses on a key area of rehabilitation medicine and breaks down the problems, treatments, and expected results into succinct facts, organized alphabetically and presented in bullet-point style for quick reference in the office or clinic. Whether the practitioner needs to look up a diagnostic question, neurorehabilitation complication, or sports intervention, this series provides the answers.
;Evaluation: 1. Evaluation of the individual with musculoskeletal injury; Conditions: 2. Achilles Tendinopathy; 3. Achilles Tendon Tear; 4. Acromioclavicular Injuries; 5. Acute Calcific Tendinitis of the Shoulder; 6. Adhesive Capsulitis of the Shoulder; 7. Ankle Sprain; 8. Ankle Syndesmotic Injury; 9. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear (ACL Tear); 10. Anterior Interosseus Entrapment Neuropathy; 11. Arachnoiditis; 12. Avulsion Injuries of the Pelvis; 13. Biceps Tendinopathy/Tear; 14. Calcaneal Apophysitis; 15. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; 16. Cervical Disc Pathology; 17. Cervical Facet Syndrome; 18. Cervical Myofascial Pain; 19. Cervical Radiculopathy; 20. Cervical Spinal Stenosis; 21. Chest Pain, Musculoskeletal; 22. Chronic Exertional Leg Compartment Syndrome; 23. Coccydinia; 24. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome; 25. Compression Fractures of the Thoracolumbar; 26. De Quervain's Tenosynovitis; 27. Discitis; 28. Elbow Dislocation; 29. Epiphyseal Injuries Ankle; 30. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendinopathy; 31. Extensor Mechanism Disorders of the Patella; 32. Failed Back Surgery Syndrome; 33. Female Athlete Triad; 34. Fibromyalgia; 35. Gastrocnemius Tear (Tennis Leg); 36. Glenoid Labral Injury; 37. Hamstring Strain; 38. Hip Adductor Strain; 39. Hip Avascular Necrosis; 40. Hip Labral Injury; 41. Humeral Epiphyseal Injury Proximal; 42. Iliopsoas Tendinopathy; 43. Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome; 44. Jersey Finger; 45. Lateral Epicondylitis of the Elbow; 46. Little Leaguers Elbow; 47. Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease; 48. Lumbar Facet Syndrome; 49. Lumbar Myofascial Pain; 50. Lumbar Radiculopathy; 51. Lumbar Spinal Stenosis; 52. Mallet Finger; 53. Medial Collateral Ligament Injury; 54. Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome; 55. Meniscal Tears; 56. Meralgia Paresthetica; 57. Metatarsalgia; 58. Morton's Neuroma; 59. Neuralgic Amyotrophy; 60. Osgood Schlatter's Disease (Tibial LTubercle Apophysitis); 61. Osteitis Pubis; 62. Osteoarthritis of the Hand; 63. Osteoarthritis of the Hip; 64. Osteoarthritis of the Knee; 65. Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Elbow; 66. Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee; 67. Osteolysis of the Clavicle; 68. Osteoporosis; 69. Patellar Instability; 70. Pelvic Pain Syndrome; 71. Peroneal Tendon Subluxation; 72. Pes Anserinus Bursitis; 73. Piriformis Syndrome; 74. Plantar Fasciitis; 75. Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury; 76. Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction; 77. Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Dislocation; 78. Quadriceps Contusion; 79. Radial Epiphyseal Injury; 80. Radial Head Fracture; 81. Radial Neuropathy; 82. Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy; 83. Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction; 84. Scaphoid Fracture; 85. Scapholunate Dissociation; 86. Scheuerman's Disease; 87. Scoliosis; 88. Shoulder Dislocation; 89. Shoulder Instability Atraumatic; 90. Sinding-Larsen-Johannsen Syndrome; 91. Spondylolisthesis; 92. Spondylolysis; 93. Stingers and Burners; 94. Stress Fracture of the Ankle and Foot; 95. Stress Fracture of the Femur; 96. Stress Fracture of the Tibial; 97. Suprascapular Neuropathy; 98. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome; 99. Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex Injuries (TFCC); 100. Thoracic Disc Hernation; 101. Throracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS); 102. Trigger Finger; 103. Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (Bursitis); 104. Turf Toe; 105. Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury of the Elbow; 106. Ulnar Neuropathy; 107. Whiplash