A guide to using differential diagnosis in the treatment of pelvic pain
Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction: A Differential Diagnosis Manual is a comprehensive guide on the management of patients suffering from pelvic pain as well as dysfunction of the bowel and bladder systems. It integrates differential diagnosis concepts with orthopedic medicine and helps clinicians learn how to apply these concepts when treating patients suffering from pelvic pain.
- Written by a leading expert in pelvic pain management
- Includes a chapter on evaluation that is a step-by-step guide to determining the cause of pelvic pain dysfunction
- Contains many attractive, high-quality illustrations from Gilroy’s award-winning Atlas of Anatomy
This book is a key clinical resource for physical therapists, osteopaths, occupational therapists, and obstetricians-gynecologists and other professionals involved in the treatment of pelvic pain and dysfunction.