Browsing Senior Honors Theses by Subject "Treatment"
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Approaches to Treatment of Schizophrenia as a Function of Evolving StigmaIn the early twentieth century, Eugen Bleuler coined the term Schizophrenia for a mental disturbance which he noted as being characterized by a separation of emotion and thought (Pridmore, 2016). Bleuler believed the defining feature of Schizophrenia to be a disorganized change in thought (Pridmore, 2016). Today, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM; American Psychiatric Association, 2013) states that Schizophrenia is a complex mental disorder that is typically severe and often long lasting, characterized by both disturbed thought and behavior.
Treatment and Rehabilitation of Femoral Acetabular ImpingementFemoral acetabular impingement (FAI) is a complex disorder of the hip that involves damage to the bones of the coxofemoral joint typically as a result of repetitive movements near the end range of the hip. The etiology, pathology, and prognosis of the disorder will be discussed in addition to clinical techniques used to recognize and diagnose the injury. Treatment options will also be examined including both a conservative treatment and a surgical intervention. The rehabilitation protocol will follow a step-by-step progression which will start immediately post-operation and progress through the months that follow all the way until the individual returns to competitive athletics. This rehabilitation protocol will be highly individualized therefore it is important to focus on clinical goals and patient goals while designing the progression.