NAIOMT has recently made the decision to not seek ABPTRFE re-accreditation of its Orthopedic Clinical Residency Program. Started in 2014, in partnership with Andrews University, the program served many students, some of whom have gone onto complete NAIOMT fellowships and who are now on track to NAIOMT faculty status. It also provided a strong foundation for those looking to complete a terminal DSc degree at Andrews University.
What do you do when the patient presents with complaints of pain in multiple body regions? Where do you start your exam to determine what the actual pain/dysfunction generators are? I know that when I was starting my physical therapy career, this type of patient would totally overwhelm me, and I wouldn't know where to start or what to do. Eventually I learned that if you can just segment into smaller regions, it no longer seems quite as overwhelming.