Case #57 part 1 - Annie O'Connor

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Case #57 part 1 - Annie O'Connor

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In case #57 part 1 we highlight two of the three patients in this two part series reviewed by one of the clinicians who literally wrote the book on classifying pain within the context of a mechanical exam.  In this release, part 1, Annie O'Connor shares a thorough review of two patients who are classified within central nervous system pain mechanisms and she includes the subjective and objective summary of each patient, outcome measurement tools and the scores each patient showed, the primary intervention given (both the education and active care), some of the patients education resources, descriptions of the frequency and duration of care, and how the progress occurred. (48min, 20sec)

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Ms. Annie O'Connor gives a thorough explanation of two of the three more common classifications when pain is centrally dominant.  She identifies hints commonly given from the patient in their history like the characteristics of the quality and behavior of the pain, an effective and concise outcome measure which can reveal important information of beliefs and fears the patient may have, and a classic sign of central sensitivity that Annie teaches in her courses.  There are so many more pearls of wisdom Annie and her colleagues have identified with these patients and if you try to treat these "brain derangements" exclusively with peripheral interventions you'll likely see less favorable outcomes as a result.  In the sequel, case 57 part 2, she continues and outlines the third more common classification and summarizes all three, so be sure to check that out as well.