DOI: 6/12/2006. Patient is a 56-year-old male skid maker who sustained a work-related injury to his lower back when he bent over to pick up a tubing and felt a pull in his back. Per the procedure note dated 03/12/15, the patient underwent right L4-5 and L5-S1 facet injections. EMG/nerve conduction studies dated 06/02/16 demonstrated right S1 radiculopathy. MRI of the lumbar spine dated 06/06/16 showed degenerative changes in the caudal lumbar spine with chronic disc degeneration and small right L5-S1 intra-foraminal disc herniation.
Mr. Kasim Al Mutar has reported to the previous nurse that he has shoulder tip pain scored at 7/10. The nurse believes that his oxygen saturation levels and respiratory rate have been missed when the previous nurse handed over Mr. Kasim Al- Mutar, due to him presenting with pale colour, caused by reduced blood flow and oxygen being delivered to his tissues, because of lowered oxygen
During the beginning of the 1939 baseball season, he only managed to play eight games before he began to really feel like something was wrong due to getting fatigued very easily. Shortly thereafter, Gehrig went to the Mayo Clinic, where he would be diagnosed by doctors with ALS. Lou Gehrig would retire shortly after his diagnosis in June of 1939 and would later pass away due to complications with ALS on June 2nd, 1941. ALS grew in a national awareness during this time frame due to Lou Gehrig being a national celebrity and his advocacy for people suffering with this
Case Presentation: A 12-year-old boy presented to his primary care provider (PCP) with a chief complaint of right-sided testicular pain and swelling. The swelling started to occur approximately five days ago, with gradual onset of pain. The pain has gotten significantly worse throughout the day he presented to clinic. He rates the pain as an 8/10. The pain occurs when the patient is walking, lying down, and especially when he is lying on his side.
DOI: 6/10/2014. Patient is a 63-year-old female assistant store manager who sustained injury when she twisted her right ankle while coming out of the back room. As per OMNI notes, she was initially diagnosed with right ankle sprain. MRI of the right ankle done on 1/19/16 showed chronic Achilles tendinitis without evidence of tear and without evidence of posterior tibial tendon tear. Per IME report dated 4/15/2016 by Dr. Shankman, the patient has not reached maximum medical improvement.
1. What are Gary 's current health problems? (Tip: don 't forget the beginning history from last week) Gary’s main physical issue is a debilitating knee problem which possibly is psoriatic arthritis due to symptoms listed. His other health problems are being currently managed. His mental health seems to be deteriorating as evident by recent alcohol use increase.
He was soon diagnosed with poliomyelitis, a inflammation of the spinal column. Also known as Polio, a terrifying disease in the 1920s that had no cure. At first, he refused to accept that he was primality paralyzed. He tried numerous therapies and bought the Warm Springs Resort. Despite this,Franklin Roosevelt would never recover the full use of his legs and spent much of the rest of his life in a wheelchair.
DOI: 2/13/2015. The patient is a 48-year-old male driver who sustained a work-related injury after getting involved in a motor vehicle accident while making a delivery. Per OMNI entry, the patient has been diagnosed with head contusion and cheek/neck injury. MRI of the lumbar spine dated 05/22/2015 showed very small disc bulges and early facet arthropathy along the spine with very shallow posterior disc herniations at L3-4 and L5-S1, which causes no significant spinal canal and foraminal narrowing. Per the operative report dated 06/26/15, the patient underwent a lumbar transforaminal epidural steroid injection at the bilateral L5-S1 levels.
DOI: 6/21/2016. Patient is a 22-year-old male maintenance technician who sustained injury while he was pushing a piece of sheet metal, he slipped and sustained laceration to the dorsal aspect of the hand. Per OMNI, he was initially diagnosed with laceration to the right hand middle and ring fingers. Based on the medical report dated 07/01/16, the patient‘s wounds were irrigated and sutured following the injury. He complains of weakness of the ring finger and inability to fully extend at the metacarpophalangeal joint (MCP).
On my third try I had the small intestine again”. This shows that not everything is as easy as it seems and only after experience do you really know what you 're doing during an operation. As a result the man’s body he operated on did not function correctly for two weeks and was on the verge to dying, but fortunately he pushed through and
DOI: 06/05/12. Patient is a 50-year-old male construction laborer who sustained a work related injury to his back due to lifting heavy objects off a conveyor. Based on medical report dated 5/0115, the patient complains of severe, and on and off middle and lower back pain with difficulty with all activities. Pain is described as constant, burning, aching, dull, sharp, throbbing and tingling. Pain is rated at 7-8/10.
A/P Andrew Strosahl is a 31-year-old male here today for several issues. Right shoulder pain. He reports that this pain has worsened with his activity recently. He is going to hold off on the yoga poses and the golf for now and try to give his shoulder a rest. I wrote him for naproxen 500 mg one p.o.
DOI: 4/30/2013. The patient is a 41-year old male maintenance technician who sustained a work-related injury to his right shoulder/arm from lifting ladders all day. As per OMNI, the patient is permanent and Stationary as of 8/23/2013 with future medical care to include medications, creams, and possible need for injections. As per office notes dated 7/13/16, the patient co complained of bilateral leg and feet pain, back pain, neck pain and low back pain. The patient’s pain is rated as 7 to 10; average of 8.
Most stroke victims, who undergo the usual course of rehabilitation, rarely achieve great improvements in their motor skills. A prime example is Dr. Michael Bernstein, an eye surgeon who experienced a debilitating stroke that paralyzed his left side of his body at the age of 44 (Doidge, 2007). He went through a week of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and another three weeks of rehabilitation, but his recovery was for from finished. His left hand barely functioned and he relied on a cane to walk. Dr. Bernstein was one of the first few patients to undergo the Taub Therapy, where Dr. Edward Taub established the use of (CI) Movement therapy.
An infection developed in the bone after his second surgery. It required the amputation of his leg below the right knee during his third surgery. However, it did not improve his poor circulation and as a result became bound to a wheelchair. The Chief Medical Director, Dr. John Bradley, for the Ohio Department of Youth Services ("ODYS") testified during the court’s dispositional hearing that D.R. 's medical concerns demand extensive attention.