Office Orthopedics for Primary Care: Treatment, 3rd Edition & Office Orthopedics for Primary Care: Diagnosis Package

By

  • Bruce Anderson, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR; Director, Medical Orthopedic Department, Sunnyside Medical Center, Portland, OR

This complete package provides treatment and diagnosis options for the common and uncommon orthopedic conditions seen in practice. The treatment text explains each problem, how a typical patient describes the discomfort, what to look for during the examination, when to request X-rays, and how to draw a sound diagnosis from clinical observations. The diagnosis text spells out exactly what to look for during the physical examination and in what sequence, providing readers with the knowledge they need to effectively diagnose these problems. Lavish, full-color photographs and line drawings enhance the text and make concepts easier to understand.

Paperback

Published: January 2006

Imprint: Saunders

Reviews

  • “This practical reference book for office orthopedic conditions will assist the primary care clinician, especially with treatment, rehabilitation, and soft tissue or joint injection.”—Family Medicine

Contents

  • Office Orthopedics for Primary Care: Treatment and Diagnosis
    Introduction
    Section I The 52 Most Common Outpatient Orthopedic Conditions
    Chapter 1 Neck
    Chapter 2 Shoulder
    Chapter 3 Elbow
    Chapter 4 Wrist
    Chapter 5 Hand
    Chapter 6 Chest
    Chapter 7 Back
    Chapter 8 Hip
    Chapter 9 Knee
    Chapter 10 Ankle
    Chapter 11 Foot
    Section II Fractures
    Chapter 12 Fractures Frequently Encountered in Primary Care
    Section III Exercise Instruction Sheets
    Chapter 13 Exercise Instructions for Home Physical Therapy
    Section IV Supports, Braces, and Casts
    Chapter 14 The Most Commonly Used Supports, Braces, and Casts
    Appendix
    Fractures, Medications, Lab Values
    References
    Index

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