physiatrist


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physiatrist

[‚fiz·ē′a·trəst]
(medicine)
A physician specializing in physiatrics.
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Thus, we used another test, psychomotor developmental test, which was designed in 2015 by a physiatrist specialized in child rehabilitation to assess both motor and other accompanying difficulties in toddlers (7,17).
LCol Besemann, a physiatrist, is head of the Canadian Forces physical rehabilitation program at the Canadian Forces Health Services Group Headquarters in Ottawa.
"Having a stroke may change your life--but with the guidance of a neurorehabilitation team and a physiatrist, it needn't preclude you from continuing to live a happy and productive life."
The numbers of physiatrist visits were 221 (0.58 per person) in 2004-2006, 824 (0.96 per person) in 20072009, 2013 (1.97 per person) in 2010-2012, and 3550 (2.91 per person) in 2013-2015.
The services that are offered at the autism unit include screening by physiatrist, speech therapy sessions, behavior management session, academic management programs, computer classes, special education, vocational training, art therapy, sensory integration, speech therapy, and parents' training programs.
I would seek out a physiatrist that deals with runners and a physical therapist or chiropractor as needed.
hll Consultant physiatrist Dr Martin Jones told the aJ she died inquest Danielle had a condition between psychosis and neurosis and could change from one minute to the next.
Simone Healthcare Development Group, a division of Simone Development Companies, announced that a prestigious Upper East Side physiatrist practice has leased the remaining 4,213 square feet of space on the ground floor of the 19,000 square-foot Park Avenue Medical Arts Center at 62 East 88th Street.
The unit will have a dedicated physiatrist who is trained in rehabilitation medicine, besides a speech therapist, occupational therapist, audiologist, physiotherapist and activities coordinator.
A) This principle was changed as "Treatment of RA patients should aim at the best care and must be based on a shared decision between the patient and the rheumatologist or the physiatrist." instead of the original item mentioning a shared decision between the patient and the rheumatologist only.
White, an interventional physiatrist with the Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, N.Y.
The panel consisted of a physiatrist, neurological physician assistant, and an acupuncturist.