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Spinal Manipulation: 3rd Annual Update for Physical Therapists, Osteopathic Physicians, and Medical Doctors (Beginner: March 16-17; Advanced: March 18-20).

We have 2 more days of this annual course which is highly recommended if you are looking for professional development (not just con. ed. credits). The faculty is multicultural and multidisciplinary (Peter Gibbons (Australian MD and Osteopath) and Phil…

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Clinical Consult

I have a situation that I could use some advice on.  I have recently recieved 3 referrals from the local spine surgeon with a dx of SI jt dysfunction with instructions for pelvic stabilization exercises.  All 3 have presented with similar sx’s, the following are the findings from the initial eval for the most recent one.
Subjective…

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Clinical Consult

I have a patient I could use some expertise and advice on.
The patient is a 42 y/o male with general cervical pain since he was a teenager. He denies radicular or referring symptoms. His primary complaints are of diffuse neck pain that is always present at a baseline level, but is variable dependent on position and activity. L…

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Practice Acts and Imaging

I am interested in generating a discussion about PTs and the use of imaging to enhance our practice.  Specifically, ultrasound imaging, digital fluoroscopic imaging, standard radiographs, and MRI (static and dynamic).
As imaging continues to improve and we are able to analyze dynamic motion or dynamic muscular function with the new technology – our practice acts may need to be…

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