Outline how you would do the assessment.

1. A 14-year-old boy was well until he fell from a chair onto his buttocks. He did not appear hurt, but 1 week later his parents brought him in for assessment because of a limp and pain in his right thigh and knee. The teenager is a tall, thin boy who prefers to walk with the right foot laterally rotated. Design your assessment plan for this patient (slipped capital femoral epiphysis versus ischial bursitis).

2. A 71-year-old woman had an Austin Moore prosthesis inserted into the left hip 1 day ago. The prosthesis has relieved the pain she had in her hip. X-rays reveal that the prosthesis is solid. The surgeon has asked you to get the patient up and moving. Before doing this, however, you must do a bedside assessment. Outline how you would do the assessment.

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Describe your assessment plan for this patient (acquired torticollis versus cervical disc lesion).

1. A 35-year-old woman comes to you complaining of persistent headaches that last for days at a time. She has recently lost her job. She complains that she sometimes sees….

Describe your assessment for this patient (cervical spondylosis versus tennis elbow versus double crush injury).

1. A 75-year-old woman comes to you complaining primarily of neck pain but also of stiffness. She exhibits a dowager’s hump. There is no history of trauma. Describe your assessment….

Describe your assessment plan for this patient (cervical sprain versus acquired torticollis).

1. A 16-year-old boy comes to you with a complaint of having hurt his neck. While “fooling” with some friends at the lake, he ran away from them and dove….