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  • n. Plural form of physiatrist.

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  • Faculty include developmental-behavioral pediatricians and physiatrists in the Division of Child Development and Rehabilitation, pediatricians in the Divisions ofGeneral Pediatrics, GeneticsandGastroenterology and Nutrition, psychologists inPediatricPsychologyand social workers involved in community/advocacy programs.

    Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship

  • But like the orthopedist, the physiatrists have developed sports medicine fellowship training programs.

    Training Center: The sports medicine alphabet soup — where do you find help?

  • You can find some excellent physiatrists working with orthopedic surgery groups managing the non-surgical patients for that group.

    Training Center: The sports medicine alphabet soup — where do you find help?

  • 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

  • When necessary, surgical interventions, such as selective dorsal rhizotomy performed by neurosurgeons and Botulinum toxin injection/motor point block by the physiatrists, can be used to treat problems that result from cerebral palsy.

    Cerebral palsy clinic

  • Pediatric physiatrists or physical medicine doctors: M.D.s who work with children and adolescents who have suffered a traumatic brain injury or cerebral palsy.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Dermatologists and not physiatrists and do not understand that DOP is a sub-set of Schizophrenia and the patient must first be diagnosed with Schizophrenia by a physiologist before they can be diagnoses as DOP.

    Morgellons Attacks Teenagers Too

  • Letters also reminded us that our survey had neglected to ask about a variety of practitioners, including pain psychologists, physiatrists (physicians who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation), pain management doctors, muscular therapists, and osteopaths.

    Readers weigh in on lower-back pain

  • Letters also reminded us that our survey had neglected to ask about a variety of practitioners, including pain psychologists, physiatrists physicians who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain management doctors, muscular therapists, and osteopaths.

    Readers weigh in on lower-back pain

  • Rather than holding an MD degree (medical doctor), these practitioners are usually naturopaths, physical therapists, psychologists, or physiatrists (rehabilitation specialists).

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