Vizniak Physical Assessment Manual

Dr Nikita A. Vizniak

The Vizniak Physical Assessment Manual is designed as a quick reference guide for healthcare students, Chiropractors, Medical doctors & instructors, and as a companion book for the Clinical Consultant Conditions Manual.

This book contains concise, easily accessible information on topics including

  1. History & Records

  2. Physical Exam

  3. Neurologic Exam

  4. Cervical Spine Exam

  5. Shoulder Exam

  6. Elbow Exam

  7. Wrist & Hand Exam

  8. Thoracic Spine Exam

  9. Lumbar Spine Exam

  10. SI & Pelvis Exam

  11. Hip & Thigh Exam

  12. Knee Exam

  13. Ankle & Foot Exam

  14. Diagnostic Imaging

  15. Index

In addition, this text is a valuable study guide for students preparing for National Board Exams, State/Province Board Exams, Clinical Skills Examinations and many other standardized licensure examinations.





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DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

Into every single Chiropractic Clinic, every single day, arrives a patient for whom the doctor must assess: Is this patient having a heart attack, or does s/he have a very treatable (with Chiropractic) Tietze's syndrome? Do these headaches stem from her neck or his TMJ joint? Or other? TMJ exercises. Should I be adjusting the sacrum or the ilium? It's clear and concise books like those of Dr Vizniak that enable us to improve our percentages, and help the patient more of the time. And make an ass of ourselves less of the time!


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