November 6, 2013
In the industry of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, one woman has made a huge substantial mark in the lives of many people for more than 24 years in the state of Michigan. Her name is no other than Dr. Mary Kneiser, she has been involved in the practice for 19 years professionally and has given the best treatments to a large scale of patients from athletes, to working people and senior citizens. The reason why her market and audience come from different age brackets is because her specialty all revolves in the curing of all forms musculoskeletal diseases and other types of muscle and chronic pains. These types of physical body problems and issues are more commonly acquired by people who are immersed in extreme sports and training, also those who are dealing with a great amount of stress and fatigue can also be candidates for Kneiser’s medical procedures. But even if Mary is widely recognized for her craft, she admits that she too had her own fair share of trials and hardships before she became eligible to conduct such treatments.
Dr. Mary Kneiser had to undergo rigorous trainings of extensive and intensive post doctoral and residency servitude for three years, plus after graduating a 4 year course in medicine, she took up an internship and immersed her time and effort to achieve a certificate from the ABPMR or American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Only by completing all these requirements where she finally became a full legit physiatrist by profession, needless to say her certificate is what has given her the complete bragging rights to pursue her passion in the medicine world. But even if she had garnered enough credentials for her job, she was still decisive to get another certificate. The ABEM or American Board of Emergency Medicine then gave her the recognition and certificate to extend her abilities in the field; this is also the prime reason why she became easily affiliated with three prestigious hospitals in her community.
Musculoskeletal diseases are types of sicknesses that deal with physical body pains, these can vary and range from different levels, from minor to severe injuries, Dr. Mary Kneiser is the best person in this specific area to seek for treatments. Athletes that normally encounter accidental injuries such as ankle sprain, broken joint or ligament and others from over training and too much physical activities became the most common patients for Kneiser, other than giving the procedures for treating the patients; she also greatly enforces the significance of prevention and professional responsibility needed to help avoid future circumstances to occur again. Dr. Mary requires her patients to come back after a few days or weeks to make sure that inflicted injuries won’t undergo the process of recurrence since it is truly normal for these types of cases to resurface even after treatment.