Sprains, Strains, and Injury—oh my! We’re off to see the doctor
Traumatic brain injury is the buzz phrase on sports TV—it’s a huge concern for those playing any contact sport. Back injuries are among the top reported injuries, and can range from strains and sprains, to herniated disks, to serious spinal cord injuries. Knee injuries are common workplace complaints and can be debilitating, taking an injured individual months to fully recuperate.
It makes no sense to tackle these cases without even the most basic medical know-how.
You have questions? Sam Hodge has answers:
Learn answers to these questions, and any others you have:
- How do you identify a pre-existing condition?
- How do you use a pre-existing problem to your advantage?
- How can you minimize or accentuate positive findings on a CT scan, X-ray, or MRI?
Take advantage of a comprehensive “med school for lawyers” agenda
- Basic anatomical terms
- First aid for understanding medical reports and diagnostic tests
- The anatomy of the brain
- Regions , functions, and physiology, trauma, diagnostic imaging
- The anatomy of the back
- The parts of the spine, tests and scans, and surgeries
- The anatomy of the knee
- The bones and soft-tissues of the knee, surgery, repair and replacement, using diagnostic images to aid your case