Well when it comes to Muslim scholars who had influence in medicine the major books and scholars which are referred to is ibn Sina and his Canon القانون في الطب.
But many other Muslim scholars have contributed in the field of Medicine. I want to ask especially about ibn Rushd and his book the Colliget الكليات في الطب al Kulliyat about general Medicine or medication in which he also refers to the work of his teacher, colleague and friend ibn Zuhr Kitab al-taysir التيسير في المداواة والتدريب = the book of simplification of (medical) treatment and diet sheet (May own translation -as i didn't find any- please take it with care) which has been translated into latin Rectificatio medicationis et regiminis.
Was ibn Sina the only Muslim physician who had some influence on modern medicine or to what extent have ibn Zuhr and ibn Rushd contributed to a modern medicine?
By modern medicine i mean a medicine or medication method that at least outlasted the middle-age a few centuries! As i read that the Canon was still a reference in the 18th Century. For example medication methods like diets and music therapy ...