Example question have you had back pain before

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Example Question:Have you had back pain before?Finding:Denies current back pain (Found)Pro Tip: Back pain can be a serious complaint that compromises a patient's quality of life. It is important to determine if Tina is currently suffering from back pain so you can most effectively treat the issue.Example Question:Are you having back pain?Finding:
Asked about muscle injury Finding:Denies history of muscle injury (Found)Pro Tip: It is important to establish if Tina has a history of muscle injuries because it may contribute to her recent mobility issues. Example Question:Have you ever had a muscle injury?Finding:Denies current muscle injury (Found)Pro Tip: It is important to establish if Tina has a muscle injury because it might contribute to her recent mobility issues. Example Question:Do you have a muscle injury?Finding:Asked about joint injury Finding:Denies past joint injury (Found)Pro Tip: It is important to establish if Tina has a history of joint injuries because it may contribute to her recent mobility issues. Example Question:Have you experienced a joint injury in the past?
Finding:Denies current joint injury (Found)Pro Tip: It is important to establish if Tina has a joint injury because it might contribute to her recent mobility issues. Example Question:Do you have a joint injury?Finding:Asked history of fracture Finding:Denies history of fractures (Found)Pro Tip: Soliciting your patient's medical history can help you to understand the nature of a patient's chief complaint. Asking Tina whether she's ever broken a bone might reveal relevantconcerns she'd previously experienced.Example Question:Have you ever broken a bone?Finding:Asked history of sprains Finding:Denies history of sprains (Found)Pro Tip: Soliciting your patient's medical history can help you to understand the nature of a patient's chief complaint. Asking Tina whether she has a history of getting sprains might reveal relevant concerns she'd previously experienced.
Example Question:Do you have a history of getting sprains?Finding:Asked about bone problems Finding:Denies history of bone problems (Available)Pro Tip: Soliciting your patient's medical history can help you to understand the nature of a patient's chief complaint. Asking Tina whether she ever had bone problems might reveal relevant concerns she'd previously experienced.Example Question:Have you ever had bone problems?Finding:Denies current bone problems (Found)Pro Tip: Soliciting your patient's medical history can help you to understand the nature of a patient's chief complaint. Asking Tina whether she has bone problems might reveal relevant concerns she'd previously experienced.Example Question:Do you have bone problems?Finding:Asked about neck Finding:Denies history of neck problems
(Found)Pro Tip: A history of neck problems may imply an illness or a problematic behavior in the patient. Asking Tina whether she has had neck problems in the past could prompt you to follow up on potential causes.

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