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September 20, 2007

American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Other Pain Management Sites

Physiatrist The American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is the national medical society representing more than 7,000 physicians who are specialists in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. They are called physiatrists (fizz ee at' trists).

Physiatrists focus on restoring function. They care for patients with acute and chronic pain, and musculoskeletal problems like back and neck pain, tendonitis, pinched nerves and fibromyalgia. They also treat people who have experienced catastrophic events resulting in paraplegia, quadriplegia, or traumatic brain injury; and individuals who have had strokes, orthopedic injuries, or neurologic disorders such as multiple sclerosis, polio, or ALS.

Other links to information in Physiatrists

Association of Academic Physiatrists

Wikipedia on Physiatrists and Physical Medicine

Spine Universe has a wonderful article which describes the medical training and types of injuries treated by a physiatrist

Ohio State University College of Medicine

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Musculoskeletal injuries are those which are caused by putting too much strain on our bodies. Athletes - particularly aging ones - find they frequently suffer from injuries to tendons, ligaments and joints from the constant exertion of training and participating in sports.

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