Try to include at least 5-7 professionals that you think might be effective way to help this patient obtains a better treat.. in other words use at least 5-7 professionals that will help in patient Get the best treatment. The attachment below is the list of professionals profile choose 5-7 of whichever you think apply to the treatement plan for this patient
Case Scenario: Outpatient Care
Despite her adversities and difficulties, Mrs. Fox did extremely well at Helen Hayes Hospital. She displayed only mild impairments to short-term memory, was able to functionally communicate with others, and regained most of the function of her right upper extremity. Furthermore, she learned how to use her prosthetic limb to walk again without the use of an assistive device.
Mrs. Fox was finally able to return to her home in Stony Point. She was elated to see her family and the home environment and was immediately greeted by her golden retriever, Sonny. Occupational, physical, and speech therapy services continued on an outpatient basis for the next 3 months to address any unresolved impairments.
One day, Mrs. Fox drove her customized mini-van to the local high school. Her son Jeff was playing in the first soccer game of the season. As Jeff was running for the ball, he twisted his knee and immediately fell to the ground. In a panic, Mrs. Fox stormed down toward the field but caught her left foot on the bleacher step. With adrenaline flowing through her body, Mrs. Fox hoisted herself back up to check on her son. After some time, it was determined that Jeff had sustained a mild strain of his knee. Although he was out for the rest of the game, Jeff would be back to playing after a few weeks of rest and rehabilitation.
The following day, Mrs. Fox stepped outside to take Sonny for a walk. For some reason, Sonny wouldnt walk and the abrupt tension on the leash caused Mrs. Fox to firmly hit her left foot onto the ground. She immediately remembered that she had caught her left foot on a step the day before as she fell to the ground in pain. As she made her way back into the house, Mrs. Fox realized that her prosthetic was damaged during one of her recent falls and needed to be repaired. She also noticed that Sonny had not touched his food or water. After a check-up, it was determined that Sonny had a stomach virus from which he recovered in a few days.
Mrs. Fox eventually made it to a specialist to take a look at her foot. Radiographs demonstrated that she had sustained a fracture and needed to keep weight off of the foot for several weeks. While waiting for her foot to heal, Mrs. Fox spent most of her time reading and watching movies with her family.
Six weeks later, Mrs. Fox returned to the outpatient rehabilitation facility for treatment of her left foot. She mentioned to her therapist that she had also been experiencing headaches which increased in intensity when driving, watching television, and when eating/chewing. It was noted that Mrs. Foxs posture had significantly changed for the worst since she was last assessed. After further assessment, Mrs. Fox was referred out for further testing as it appeared that changes to visual acuity may have led to poor posture, and poor posture may have led to TMJ dysfunction.
Based on the case scenario above, answer the following questions:
1. Of the health professionals discussed since the last case study, which may be involved in Mrs. Foxs or her family members care?
2. What would be the role of each provider?
3. Why might providers need to communicate with one and other specific to this case?
4. How might they communicate?
5. What other healthcare team members, discussed prior to the last case study, might be involved and what would be their roles?