For April 2010 we have again chosen two contributions from the Pathophysiology of Complex Patient Problems project which is currently being undertaken by the physical therapy students from Bellarmine Universtiy in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
The featured resource for the month is the new Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome article. Created by Corey Vogt the new Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome article is an great insight and key reading for rehabilitation professionals involved in patients with this inconvenient condition.
Our featured contributor for the month is Katie Elder. Katie has created an extensive evidence-based article on Migraine Headache as part of the Bellarmine University’s Pathophysiology of Complex Patient Problems project. We particularly like the imagery that she has added!
Take a look at the great work that these two students are doing to increase awareness of a some of the complex patient problems that emerge when homeostasis is disrupted. They address the medical and physical therapy management of patient problems consequent to the underlying pathology.