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    Adae ended up paralyzed due to the negligence of these hospitals and ended up settling for $2.3 million but the fact is now because of the lack of action of the healthcare employee she is now paralyzed. Cynthia on June 28, 2006 was taken into the hospital with complaints of right shoulder pain, limited motion, cough, and a fever.(Crow 2013) The doctors believed Adae to have an infection or thyroid abnormality (Crow 2013). The doctors order blood test for Cynthia and were performed but before any results were given she was discharged the next day. In the results in was shown that she was suffering from and infection and the doctors were made aware but did not relay this information to Cynthia and causing her further pain and anguish as well as delayed treatment. Adae then was admitted to another hospital where no care or diagnosis was done and later discharged a couple days later. Four days later she returned to the last hospital she was discharged from where they later found an abscess causing this symptoms and issues. At…

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    CC Mr. Gobbi is a 42-year-old male here today with complaints of left shoulder pain as well as to follow up on his coccyx pain. HPI The patient first complained of coccyx pain back in the spring of 2014. He was being active with his kids and fell right onto his coccyx while using a pillowcase to slide down the stairs. He was given an order for an x-ray at that time. Follow up a couple months later, he reported that his pain was better. He chose not to the x-ray. He tells me he is still…

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    Describe how this surprising knowledge connected with what you already knew. Describe how it differs from your previous knowledge. Describe how this new knowledge will lead you to practice differently in your clinical practicum. Discuss your emotional response to the new knowledge and to replacing the previous understanding with a new understanding. I have learned during my clinical rotation that clinical judgment and communication style are two of utmost essential skills in clinical…

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    CC William is a 25-year-old male here today to establish care. He would like to talk about right shoulder pain. HPI The patient tells me he injured his right shoulder approximately six weeks ago. He reports that he was playing Ultimate Frisbee. He was running forward when someone came in front of him. He tried to jump over that particular person. While doing so, dove forwarded, landed on his right shoulder, and hit his head as well. He did not lose consciousness. This was witnessed by…

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    supervisor, Mr. Greg Whitaker, the next day. However, as you know, there was a delay in medical treatment. I questioned the applicant regarding this delay. The applicant claimed it was the carrier’s responsibility to make an appointment and claimed he initially requested medical treatment the day after the date of injury. I confirmed with the applicant on numerous occasions and the applicant claimed he only experienced symptoms to his right shoulder with respect to this date of injury. As you…

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    provide information and work with a nurse case manager. MEDICAL FACTORS Mr. Simonson said he was driving a semi truck and was heading for Kentucky. He reports upon entering a round about his load shifted and the truck tipped over on the passenger side. He was wearing a seat belt and was slammed around the cab of the truck. His left shoulder appeared to be out of place. The EMS that arrived on scene pushed the shoulder in place and pain was decreased immediately. Mr. Simonson said he was taken…

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    This emphasizes the social construct idea that an athlete that performs at a high level must produce a tangible reward other than enjoyment. With an increase of emphasis on performance rather than enjoyment amongst young athletes, the risk of getting injured from overload is greatly increased. “The muscles, ligaments, and bones of adolescents are not fully developed, leading to potential injury with repeated use (Agel, Feeley, & LaParade, 2015).” While participating in swim practice and…

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    Shoulder Problems Musculoskeletal shoulder pain is a one of the top three musculoskeletal pain complaints, with a population prevalence of up to 16% in some surveys. It is not limited to particular age groups or AU5 AU6 p0130 p0135 p0140 p0145 p0150 p0155 s0020 p0160 To protect the rights of the author(s) and publisher we inform you that this PDF is an uncorrected proof for internal business use only by the author(s), editor(s), reviewer(s), Elsevier and typesetter SPi. It is not allowed to…

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    The Effectiveness of Interventions for patient with shoulder impingement syndrome Research Question: Is exercise therapy is the most effective intervention in patient with shoulder impingement syndrome? Aims/Objectives: Interventions and treatments for patients with shoulder impingement syndrome that physiotherapist choose and apply differ from physiotherapist to another which led me to this research question where the author aim to compare, summarise and evaluate previous researches to…

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    better in case of upper trapezius tender points. I was interested in reading about this article since I can have a better judgment of the effectiveness of the therapeutic intervention that I am using in my study and use it as a supporting article to my study. Problem…

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