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LIST OF IMPAIRMENTS (List not all-inclusive)


Adhesive capsulitis
Adjustment disorder
Agnosia
Amputation
Angina
Ankylosing spondylitis
Anomia
Aphasia
Apraxia

Arthritis, degenerative

Arthritis, inflammatory
Ataxia

Attention deficit
Balance impairment
Behavioral disturbance

Bone disease
Bradykinesia
Burns
Cerebral palsy
Claw hand
Club foot
Cognitive impairment
Constipation
Contusions
Conversion disorder
Deconditioning
Degenerative disc disease
Dependence on medical intervention for survival
Dependence on blood transfusions 
Dependence on ECMO 
Dependence on hemodialysis 
Dependence on IV drip or IV medication 
Dependence on mechanical ventilation 
Dependence on ostomy bag 
Dependence on parenteral nutrition 
Dependence on supplemental oxygen 
Dependence on urinary catheterization 
Diplegia (paralysis of both upper extremities)
Diarrhea
Dislocation
Dupuytren's contracture
Dysarthria
Dysautonomia
Dyskinesia

Dyslexia
Dysmetria
Dysphagia
Dystonia
Endocrine dysfunction
Endurance limitation
Entrapment neuropathy
External fixator
Foot drop
Fracture or fractures
Gait impaired
Hallucinations and/or delusions
Hearing impaired
Heart failure
Hematological dysfunction (ex: anemia, bleeding, clots, sickle cell)
Hemiataxia
Hemiballismus
Hemineglect
Hemiparesis (incomplete paralysis of hemibody)
Hemiplegia (complete paralysis of hemibody)
Hemisensory deficit
Hypoplastic limb
Infectious disease or abscess
Insight impaired
Immunodeficient state
Incontinence of bladder
Incontinence of bowel
Inflammatory arthritis
Joint contracture
Joint deformity
Joint fusion
Joint replacement
Judgment impaired
Lack of initiation
Lack of taste and smell
Low motivation level
Malignancy, hematological
Malignancy, solid tumor
Malnutrition
Memory impaired
Monoparesis (incomplete paralysis of one extremity)
Monoplegia (complete paralysis of one extremity)
Mood disorder (anxiety, depression, bipolar)
Motor neuron disease
Movement disorder
Multiple sclerosis
Muscular dystrophy 
Myopathy
Myotendinous injury

Neurjomuscular Junction (NMJ) Disease
Organ transplant status
Osteoarthritis
Overactive bladder
Pain, centralized
Pain, fibromyalgia
Pain, neurogenic
Pain, nociceptive anatomical (ex: disc disease, s/p spinal fusion, etc…)
Pain, nociceptive pathological (ex: rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, etc…)
Pain, visceral
Paraparesis (incomplete paralysis of lower extremities)
Paraplegia (complete paralysis of lower extremities)
Parkinsonism
Pathological fracture
Peripheral neuropathy
Peripheral vascular disease
Personality disorder
Plexopathy, brachial
Plexopathy, lumbosacral
Poor activity tolerance
Presence of orthopedic hardware
Proprioception impaired
Psychiatric disorder, other (ex: schizophrenia)
Pulmonary dysfunction, obstructive
Pulmonary dysfunction, restrictive
Quadriparesis (incomplete paralysis of all four extremities)
Quadriplegia (complete paralysis of all four extremities)
Radiculopathy, cervical, radiculopathy, lumbar, radiculopathy, sacral, radiculopathy, thoracic
Rhabdomyolysis

Rigidity
Rheumatoid arthritis
Seizure disorder
Sensory deficit - complete sensory loss

Sensory deficit - partial sensory loss (pain, temperature, discrimination)
Sexual dysfunction (anorgasmia, erectile dysfunction, dyspareunia) 
Skin breakdown
Sleep disturbance
Sleep-wake cycle impaired
Smell impaired
Spasticity
Spinal cord injury 
Spinal cord syndrome
Spinal deformity
Spinal dysraphism (spina bifida)
Spinal fusion
Spinal stenosis

Spondyloarthropathy
Spondylolisthesis
Taste impaired
Traumatic brain injury (TBI)

Vertigo

Vestibular dysfunction
Weight bearing limitation
Wound(s), post surgical
Wound(s), traumatic
Wound(s), pressure
Wound vacuum status

Wrist drop
Vision impaired

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