orthopedist


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orthopedist

 [or″tho-pe´dist]
an orthopedic surgeon.

or·tho·pae·dist

, orthopedist (ōr'thō-pē'dist),
One who practices orthopaedics.

orthopedist

/or·tho·pe·dist/ (-pe´dist) an orthopedic surgeon.

orthopedist

[-pē′dist]
a physician who specializes in orthopedics. Also called
Usage notes: (informal)
orthopod.

orthopedist

Orthopedic surgeon

Orthopedist

A doctor specializing in treatment of the skeletal system and its associated muscles and joints.

orthopedist

an orthopedic surgeon.
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supplemented" Healthcare Professionals (HCP) Impact Study also showed that three-quarters of orthopedists who recommend dietary supplements to patients do so for their bone and joint health (75 and 73 percent, respectively) and half do so to address musculoskeletal pain (53 percent).
Although only about 12% of the surveyed orthopedists presently own digital radiography equipment, almost one-third of them expect their practices to purchase or lease digital radiography equipment within the next three years.
I am assuming this happened because I increased my training intensity with too much speed work My orthopedist told me it would take six weeks to heal.
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My orthopedist said the pain is from wear and tear.
orthopedist who has worked with the Kirov Ballet, this can happen when dancers are preparing for an audition or performance, or changing to a new school or program.
The MRI was administered by Kansas City Royals team physician Steve Joyce, and the results were sent to Los Angeles for examination by Dodgers orthopedist Frank Jobe.
James Garrick, San Francisco Ballet School's orthopedist, three out of four aerobic injuries don't result in disability.
He was able to walk normally off the field and into the clubhouse, where he was examined by orthopedist Dr.
A dance school or an orthopedist should be able to refer you to a physical therapist for an initial consultation.
I would recommend that you consult with an experienced, sports-minded physical therapist (your podiatrist or orthopedist can give you a referral), and begin an intensive program of physical therapy, which should include corrective stretches and exercises for the entire lower limb, deep friction massage, and formal gait and orthotic assessment.