Anatomy is the Root of Differential Diagnosis As clinicians we frequently hear about how we “create“ pain in our examination or treatment sessions. In the examination process “reproduction” of pain….the pain that brought them to seek care…. is very important. The “reproduction” of their symptoms guides our differential diagnosis. Anatomy is the …
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Assessing the value of "Special Tests" can be a clinical challenge.
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Carpal Tunnel Clinical Predictor Rules and clustering of tests are valuable features in the accurate diagnosis of CTS.
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As the largest and strongest cuff muscle, tihe subscapularis is estimated to provide 53% of total cuff strength.
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Sharing a Clinical Problem-Solving Scenario Many times I find myself in situations where I wish I could record an athlete/client interaction because of the opportunity for it to be a teachable moment. Students and novice practitioners could benefit from seeing the clinical …
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