Musculoskeletal Exam Techniques (Bursitis, Shoulder, Tendonitis)
1. Distinguish musculoskeletal conditions that result from overuse/repetitive motion injuries, with particular attention to those that occur in pediatric patients.
2. Assess an injured patient’s range of motion, stability, bone alignment, soft tissue swelling, palpable warmth or mass(es), pain or tenderness and crepitation.
3. Prepare treatment recommendations for patients with musculoskeletal injuries that include NSAIDS or pain medication and application of the RICE strategy.
4. Apply appropriate treatment strategies such as casting, splinting, joint injection/aspiration, dislocation reduction and or emergency stabilitzation.
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Eugene Hong, MD, CAQSM, FAAFP, Professor and Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia
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