Mobilization Notes A Rehabilitation Specialist’s Pocket Guide – First edition PDF Free
Mobilization Notes – First Edition provides a short explanation of some muscle pain, fatigue, movement changes, etc. in the section called “Symptoms” at the beginning. It also includes an easy-to-understand chart describing common painful areas in the section called “Patient Examples.” The guidebook covers both cervical and thoracic conditions as well as Lumbar conditions.
This guidebook will enable you to accurately understand patient symptoms and produce optimal outcomes for patients with muscular discomfort or pain by just reading Mobilization Notes – First Edition once. You will also appreciate the efficiently designed and clinically applied section on “Diagnosis” which emphasizes the importance of clinical history in your diagnosis.
Book also includes a chapter to help you find the most appropriate diagnosis, whether it is referred pain or referred muscle group, so you can accurately identify treatment options. The guidebook is a complete diagnostic guide to maximize patient outcomes every time.
The book explains common painful areas in the section called “Patient Examples” with the same level of detail as in sections such as proper identification of muscle groups (for weakness) and relevant clinical history. In addition, the guidebook contains a separate chapter on “how to assess” patient history, and how to identify relevant muscle groups of patients.
This guidebook was developed to fit all your needs as a professional who cares for the patient in depth and is appropriate for patients with muscle pain. The doctor can easily understand what the patient’s complaints are by reading “Symptoms” section 1st and then check if there is any muscle pain in this section. If there is no muscle pain, read “Patient Examples”, find relevant muscle pain, and find the proper diagnosis with help of diagnosis chapter.
Mobilization Notes is a complete guide with convenient chapter layout to efficiently diagnose patients and it is suitable for all medical community-based doctors. By getting the most common symptoms of muscular complaints and red flags, doctors can promptly make an accurate diagnosis.
The book includes a summary of muscle pain, warning signs, points to consider and the final diagnosis to maximize patient outcomes.
“The movement that we are doing in the clinic or office is definitely more efficient than going around looking for some sort of manual that could help you find out what’s wrong.” — Dr. Guo Weiqiang, M.D., FRCS(Eng)
“This guide is easy to use and very helpful for me as a surgeon.