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Musculoskeletal Examination: An Evidence-Based approach

Discussion in 'PM&R' started by AviatorDoc, May 14, 2008.

  1. AviatorDoc

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    Anyone have this book? recommendations?

    I already have Essentials of Musculoskeletal Care. Does this book add anything that I don't already have?

    I have to use up some book money -- I may just go ahead and get the newest Braddom.
     
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  3. Diamox

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    I haven't used essentials of MSK care but the above mentioned book by Nadler is very good. I also have Magee and find Nadler's better.

    cheers
     
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    the MSK exam book by malanga and nadler has more detail in the physical exam and i find it very useful. its also not all that expensive. if you are interested in outpt/msk/spine/pain i really dont think braddom is gonna add much. that book reads like IKEA instructions. i guess its good to have it as a "reference", but i doubt you'd ever open it.
     
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    Several in our program have used the newest Braddom as reference material for board review and report it is quite helpful. That would really be the only reason.

    Thanks for the recs on MSK PE books.
     

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