Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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  1. Acquired Brain Injury

    Detailed information on acquired brain injury, including types, causes, and rehabilitation

  2. Amputation

    Detailed information on amputation, including causes and types of rehabilitation programs for amputations

  3. Audiologist

    Detailed information on the audiologist, one potential member of the rehabilitation team

  4. Back and Neck Pain

    Pain in the back or neck area can be acute, which comes on suddenly and intensely, or chronic, which can last for weeks, months, or even years. The pain can be continuous or intermittent.

  5. Burns

    Detailed information on burns, burn types, classification of burns, burn treatment, and burn rehabilitation

  6. Cancer Rehabilitation

    Detailed information on cancer rehabilitation, including members of the rehabilitation team

  7. Chaplain

    Chaplains act as spiritual counselors to help patients and families through periods of crisis.

  8. Choosing a Rehabilitation Unit /CARF

    Rehabilitation services are provided in many different places, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and community health centers.

  9. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

    Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are the two most common conditions of COPD.

  10. Chronic Pain

    Chronic pain is longstanding pain that persists beyond the usual recovery period or occurs along with a chronic health condition, such as arthritis.

  11. Clinical Social Worker

    A clinical social worker is a professional counselor who helps alleviate problems related to personal, family, or social situations.

  12. Community Re-Entry

    One of the main goals of rehabilitation is to prepare the patient for life after discharge.

  13. Complications of Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment

    Side effects of HBOT are generally mild as long as the therapy lasts no longer than two hours and the pressure inside the chamber is less than three times that of the normal pressure in the atmosphere.

  14. Conditions Commonly Treated By Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    Detailed information on the conditions most commonly treated by physical medicine and rehabilitation, including acquired brain injury, arthritis, burns, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic pain, back pain, neck pain, multiple sclerosis, spinal

  15. Effects of Rehabilitation on the Family

    One of the most important factors in a patient's recovery is family involvement and support in his or her rehab.

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