How do you decide which tests to conduct and what kind of treatment plan to develop from patient to patient? This may sound obvious, but bears repeating: really knowing our anatomy plays a huge role in effective clinical reasoning.
In the video below, NAIOMT's Stacy Soappman discusses a violinist she saw last month who was experiencing numbness and tingling in his left fourth and fifth finger. She addresses how taking a hard look at upper extremity anatomy helped her in assessing and treating the patient.
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- Falls Church, VA - September 28-29, 2019 - Upper Extremity
- Bozeman, MT - October 5-6, 2019 - Lower Extremity
- Dallas, TX - October 26-27, 2019 - Lower Extremity
- Kalispell, MT - October 26-27, 2019 - Upper Extremity
- Phoenix, AZ - November 1-2, 2019 - Upper Extremity
- New York, NY - November 3-4, 2019 - Upper Extremity
- Salt Lake City, UT - November 9-10, 2019 - Upper Extremity
- Seattle, WA - November 16-17, 2019 - Lower Extremity
- Portland, OR - December 7-8, 2019 - Lower Extremity
- New York, NY - December 8-9, 2019 - Lower Extremity
- Annville, PA - February 8-9, 2020- Upper Extremity