Case Study 01: Cervical Spine Pain
1 Contact Hour / 0.1 CEU
Having trouble putting the pieces together in the clinic? Follow along as this case study takes you through a common patient example and walks you through each component of a patient. Starting with the subjective, proceeding through the examination and dissecting the interpretation in a way that makes it easy to understand and able to replicate on your next cervical patient. This case study is great for those who have taken the live cervical course and want a refresher and for those who want to see what the IAOM approach is about.
Target group: PT, PTA, AT
Education Level: Basic
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1.Identify potential cervical pain generators based off the pain drawing
2.Apply the IAOM-US algorithm for exam interpretation to have better understanding of potential pain generators
3.Differentiate between facet joint and disc involvement