fizz-EYE-at-rist An M.D. with extensive training in physical medicine and rehabilitation who deals with the medical problems and disability seen after a stroke.
A doctor who specializes in physical medicine. This person assesses and treats diseases and injuries with exercise, massage, heat and light, and drugs appropriate to therapy (pain medications, for example).
A physician who is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
a Doctor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation who can monitor your physical health, psychological, medical, social, and vocational (i
a doctor who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation and can help you develop exercises that are safe and effective
a doctor who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation and provides up-to-date diagnostic options, nonsurgical treatment, and help with rehabilitative equipment
a doctor with specialty training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
a MD who concentrates on physical medecine
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a medical doctor specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation
a medical doctor who specializes in recovery from major injuries or illnesses to muscles or nerves such as stroke, where recovery may be long term
a medical doctor who specializes in rehabilitation, and that specialty is not always provided unless you seek it out
a medical doctor who specializes in rehabilitation medicine
an MD specializing in rehabilitation and body motion who often works in conjunction with physiotherapists
a physical medicine specialist who specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases causing pain, loss of function and disability
a physician skilled in rehabilitative medicine
a physician specialist whose expertise is managing the problems of patients with physical disabilities from musculo-skeletal, neuromuscular and cardiovascular disorders such as neck and back pain, stroke, amputation, head injury and spinal cord injury
a physician who creatively employs physical agents as well as other medical therapeutics to help in the healing and rehabilitation of a patient
a physician who specializes in evaluation and treatment of disability and pain and works with other physicians and therapists to develop a treatment program using self-care, medication and exercise
a physician with expertise in the orchestration of the rehabilitation process
a physician with special training in physical medicine
a rehab doctor
a staff doctor certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation
A physician whose primary focus is restoring function by treating musculoskeletal problems, including acute and chronic pain.
a Physician responsible for coordinating the rehabilitative needs of the patient, to promote a better overall outcome.
A medical doctor with advanced training in physical medicine. These physicians have a primary focus on helping people regain lost function or prevent future loss of function. Physiatrists may be instrumental for a range of patients that have lost function including (but not limited to): the injured worker or athlete, a patient with chronic pain, neurologic condition, or other musculoskeletal impairment.
Pronounced Fizz ee at' rist. A physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Some physiatrists are experts in neurologic rehabilitation, trained to diagnose and treat disabling conditions. The physiatrist examines the patient to assure that medical issues are addressed; provides appropriate medical information to the patient, family members and members of the treatment team. The physiatrist follows the patient closely throughout treatment and oversees the patient's rehabilitation program.
A medical doctor who has completed residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. A specialist in rehabilitation and outpatient non-operative orthopedic musculoskeletal care. Board certification is given by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
(pronounced Fizz ee at' rist): A physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. A physiatrist is an expert in neurologic rehabilitation, trained to diagnose and treat disabling conditions. A physiatrist examines an individual upon admission to a program to assure that medical issues are addressed, provides medical information to the person, family and treatment team and oversees a person's rehabilitation program.
A physiatrist is a physician with additional postgraduate training in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
A doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and management of injuries and diseases causing pain, loss of function, and disability. Treatment plans often include the use of exercise, massage, heat, electricity (TENS), relaxation techniques, splints and braces, and local injections to relieve pain.
the physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
A medical doctor who has specialized in rehabilitation and functional deficits that might occur following a major injury or illness.
A doctor whose specialty is physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Doctor of rehabilitative medicine
a physician who specializes in rehabilitation medicine
A doctor who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. A physiatrist evaluates and recommends treatments that restore function in people with chronic disease.
A doctor who specializes in physical medicine or physical therapy.
Physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation and in prescribing the components of a rehabilitation program.
Medical specialist involved in rehabilitation
A physician who is specialized in rehabilitative medicine. He/she assists in the evaluation of the patient and performs EMG's and various injections. Based upon the physical exam and test results, he/she makes recommendations to the Spine Team regarding a non-surgical approach to the patient's treatment plan.
A physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation, focusing on the ability to perform functional activities.
A doctor of Rehabilitation Medicine who specializes in the comprehensive management of patients with impairments and disabilities arising from neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, and vascular disorders.
A physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Physiatrists specialize in restoring optimal function to people with injuries to the muscles, bones, tissues, and nervous system.
A physician specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; experts in the medical and physical treatment of disabling illnesses and injury.