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  • n. Plural form of orthopedist.


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  • Within orthopedists there are those who studied an extra two years to become a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Specialist.

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  • Why did he not include neurosurgeons/neurologists, orthopedists, and other medical specialists, even for our regular family physicians and internist physicians (also nurses and other health professionals that require medical malpractice insurance)?

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  • And the orthopedists will prescribe braces for his ankles and legs to keep them from stiffening and contracting during the long hours he will spend in his wheelchair because he lacks the strength and coordination to stand.

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  • "His health is in an alarming state, it is necessary that he is examined by cardiologists, neurosurgeons, orthopedists, gastroenterologists."

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  • In her testimony, she noted that, at the time, 20% of disability applicants had musculoskeletal problems, but just 2.5% of medical consultants were orthopedists.

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  • For those afflicted with bunions, hammer toes, deformities, arthritis, chronic pain or with serious or complicated injuries, say as occupational hazards of professions such as dance, it's worth consulting expert orthopedists.

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  • More younger people also need joint-replacement surgery due to obesity, and some orthopedists refer them for weight-loss surgery first to reduce complications later.

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  • The primary care physicians will decide which services, like MRIs and other diagnostic scans, are best for you, and will decide when you really need to see a cardiologists or orthopedists.

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  • No one, it seems, has much interest in his talk on the connection between the Kabbalisticsefirotand the chakras— which is interrupted, anyway, when little Shoshana Bender falls off the jungle gym and the personal-injury lawyers race the pediatric orthopedists to her side.

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  • TranS1's technique for neurosurgeons and orthopedists cuts the recovery time by more than 60% and has much better results for patients.

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