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  • n. Plural form of orthopaedist.

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Examples

  • Our cerebral palsy team includes orthopaedists and physiatrists who work with physical and occupational therapists to design a program of physical therapy and bracing to avoid or postpone surgery when possible.

    Cerebral palsy clinic

  • "His health is in an alarming state; he must be examined by cardiologists, neurosurgeons, orthopaedists, gastroenterologists," he said.

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  • We should be asking the question of all practitioners of neuro-musculo-skeletal medicine physiotherapists, medical practitioners and orthopaedists, "Show us your evidence"?

    Jack's Weekly Round Up - 29 May 2009

  • When modern spine injury patients go to orthopaedists, neurosurgeons, and pain management doctors (anesthesiologists for the most part), some of the very first things done are diagnostics (using omnipaque, a descendant of pantopaque, a known neurotoxin), then often spinal epidural steroids, and other invasive procedures.

    HealthCare Run Amuk

  • Recruitment of physicians took place at three German meetings of pain therapists, rheumatologists and orthopaedists, respectively.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • "Drs. Greg Mathien and Russell Betcher, UT team orthopaedists, performed surgery on Lyssi's left Achilles tendon this afternoon," said Moshak.

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  • These shoes are available with different foot-beds, some of which are also referred by the orthopaedists because they come with good ventilation, and come in handy if you plan for a long walk.

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  • Physical therapy can be equally effective and should be considered by not only patients themselves, but also the primary care doctors and orthopaedists who are treating them. '

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  • This new edition retains the successful systematic format that made the first edition a bestseller and an invaluable tool for orthopaedists, physical therapists, rheumatologists, radiologists and sports medicine practitioners.

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  • Not trying to paint with a broad brush here (there are good orthopaedists out there who appreciate the value of high quality non surgical management), just that if history prevails, it will be about 15 years before we see practice catching up with evidence.

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