Cram Session in General Medical Conditions: A Handbook for Students & Clinicians
Are you a rehabilitation professional or student in need of a basic understanding of general medical conditions?
Supplemented by concise and user-friendly clinical information on the conditions, Cram Session in General Medical Conditions: A Handbook for Students & Clinicians is the perfect resource for quick and “at your fingertips” facts.
Cram Session in General Medical Conditions: A Handbook for Students & Clinicians by Dr. Robb S. Rehberg and Dr. Joelle Stabile Rehberg is a succinct and descriptive quick reference that provides the rehabilitation professional with a very basic approach to understanding various general medical conditions.
What is in your “Cram Session”:
- Breakdown of each medical condition covered
- Each condition includes the name of the condition, alternate names, description, causes, clinical presentation, symptoms, diagnosis, and management
- Includes over 125 general medical conditions in over 13 categories
Cram Session in General Medical Conditions: A Handbook for Students & Clinicians is an informative, well-organized handbook for all students and clinicians in athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and orthopedics.
- About the Authors
- Chapter 1: Cardiovascular Conditions
- Chapter 2: Pulmonary Conditions
- Chapter 3: Neurological Conditions
- Chapter 4: Endocrine and Metabolic Conditions
- Chapter 5: Hematological and Oncological Conditions
- Chapter 6: Gastrointestinal and Hepatic/Biliary Conditions
- Chapter 7: Renal, Urogenital, and Reproductive Systems
- Chapter 8: Ear, Nose, and Throat Conditions
- Chapter 9: Infectious Disease
- Chapter 10: Dermatological Conditions
- Chapter 11: Rheumatological Conditions
- Chapter 12: Psychological Conditions
- Chapter 13: Ophthalmological Conditions
“This excellent book provides rehabilitation professionals with basic information on a large number of general medical conditions. As an athletic trainer, I’ll be using this book when I need a refresher when working with athletes who may havea medical condition”
- Shannon M Becker, MA, BS, Doody's Review Services
About the Authors
Robb S. Rehberg, PhD, ATC, NREMT is an associate professor and coordinator of athletic training clinical education at William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He also serves as an athletic trainer for Atlantic Health System/Overlook Medical Center in Summit, New Jersey, and is a founding partner of The Rehberg Konin Group. He also served as the Director and Chief of Emergency Services at Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey from 1998 to 2010. Prior to teaching at William Paterson, Dr. Rehberg spent 13 years as the head athletic trainer at Westwood Regional High School in Westwood, New Jersey. Dr. Rehberg earned his doctorate (PhD) in Health Science from Touro University International in 2003, a master of sport science (MSS) degree from the United States Sports Academy in 1999; and a bachelor of science (BS) degree in Athletic Training from West Chester University in 1991. Dr. Rehberg has spent his career working in both the athletic training and emergency services fields and has published and spoken frequently at state and national meetings on sports emergency care. Dr. Rehberg served as a member of the medical staff for athletics (track and field) at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. He is active on the state and national level, and currently serves on the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Research and Education Foundation’s Board of Directors. He has also served on the Inter-Association Task Force for the Appropriate Care of the Spine-Injured Athlete, the Task Force on Appropriate Medical Coverage for the Secondary School-Aged Athlete, and the NATA Hall of Fame subcommittee. Dr. Rehberg currently serves as Past-President and coordinator of Governmental Relations for the Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey and as the chair of the National Safety Council Emergency Care Advisory Committee. He was a member of the American Heart Association Task Force that developed the first international guidelines for first aid in 2000. He is a charter member of the New Jersey Disaster Medical Assistance Team.
Joelle Stabile Rehberg, DO is a sports medicine-trained primary care physician practicing sports medicine, spine, and concussion management with Atlantic Neurosurgical Specialists in Morristown, New Jersey. Dr. Rehberg also practices at the Center for Concussion Care and Physical Rehabilitation at Atlantic Health System/Overlook Medical Center in Summit, New Jersey. Dr. Rehberg has served as the team physician for Montville High School in Montville, New Jersey, for the past 10 years. She also serves as the medical director for the Athletic Training Education Program at William Paterson University, a post she has held since 2001. Dr. Rehberg graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine in 1997. She completed her undergraduate studies in 1993 at Seton Hall University.