Publication Year: 2014
Edition: 1st Ed.
Authors/Editor: Hoppenfeld, J.D.
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW)
A practical, clinically relevant, high-yield product that teaches the practitioner how to diagnosis and treat pain in patients. The book offers knowledge on the basics of pain - covering common causes of pain, how to diagnosis, the treatment plan including when and how to use certain non-interventional treatments (medications), interventional treatments (injections) and step- by- step guidelines on how to perform certain office-based procedures.
It also covers the multi-modal approach to pain by covering physical therapy, complementary treatments and chiropractic treatments.
This book serves as an excellent resource for those who do not specialize in pain management, but who likely encounter patients presenting with pain issues on a daily basis. After reading this book, one will be better motivated to diagnose and properly treat patient pain.
Fundamentals of Pain Medicine: How to Diagnose and Treat your Patients