May – June 2015 – Interdivisional Collaboration 4: Oncology and Orthopaedics
For my final edition as Senior Editor of the ODR, I am excited to bring you this collaboration between the Orthopaedic and Oncology Divisions in which our contributors discuss oncological issues that relate to orthopaedic physiotherapists. As the rate of cancer survivorship increases,..
Report from Chair
It is often that we see patients who do not present with the typical neuromusculoskeletal symptoms. The symptoms do not explain the mechanism nor fit a clinical pattern. Maybe there is no mechanism.
Manual Therapy and Home use of a Dynamic Splint for Head and Neck Cancer related Trismus
LifeStyle Guidelines for Cancer Survivors Promote Continued Health
10 General Safety Considerations for Prescribing Exercise for Patients with Cancer
The Role of Physiotherapy in Cancer
Length tension Testing, Book 1, Lower Quadrant and Book 2, Upper Quadrant
Metastatic cancer mimicking mechanical low back pain: a case report
Lance M. Mabry1, Michael D. Ross2, John M. Tonarelli3
Screening, Assessment, and Management of Fatigue in Adult Survivors of Cancer: An American Society of Clinical Oncology Clinical Practice Guideline Adaptation
Julienne E. Bower, Kate Bak, Ann Berger, William Breitbart, Carmelita P. Escalante, Patricia A. Ganz, Hester Hill Schnipper, Christina Lacchetti, Jennifer A. Ligibel, Gary H. Lyman, Mohammed S. Ogaily, William F. Pirl, and Paul B. Jacobsen