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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A variety of ankle injuries that could benefit from ankle mobilizations to restore range of motion and function.
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Identifying Appendicitis Incidence – In the USA, appendicitis affects 1 in 1,000 people. Most cases of appendicitis occur in people between the ages of 10 …
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Growth Plate Injuries Fractures are a common injury. In fact, there are approximately 6.3 million fractures each year in the USA. There are a variety of types of fractures: compound, tranverse, comminuted, and oblique to name a few. However, fractures involving the growth plates of children are …
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