Case #48 Scott Herbowy

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Case #48 Scott Herbowy

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In this case Scott presents a patient, a 38 year old male with right shoulder pain and inability to lift weights, whom he saw on a recent course. 

He shares great insights on conducting the history in a concise way to gain the needed information. He breaks down the first page of the assessment form and what we truly gain from each section.  He talks about the more common mistakes from students he observed while teaching the diploma program.

He walks us through the physical exam and repeated movement testing section explaining his reasoning for going one direction and not another and continuing with the same movement through more repetitions versus changing to another.

He reveals, through the second and third visit, the reason the first loading strategy wasn't resolving his symptoms, the ultimate outcome and what was needed to confirm his classification and result in all symptoms abolished and full, asymptomatic function.

This is one of those cases that illustrates how a great outcome can be achieved if you follow the method and trusts the system.  Over an hour of super helpful patient case discussion from arguably one of the most experienced mechanically-trained clinicians! (1hr 5min 18 sec)

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