Case #57 part 2 - Annie O'Connor

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Case #57 part 2 - Annie O'Connor

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In case #57 part 2 (c & summary) its another 48+ minutes of, essentially, a mini-coursework on central nervous system pain classification by Ms. Annie O'Connor.  She presents an interesting motor/autonomic case of a 35 year old male.  He reported constant thoracic, cervical and lumbar pain and a cluster of yellow flag findings as described by Annie.  She gives a thorough explanation of his history and presentation, as well as the education and active care which led to a excellent outcome.  (48 min, 59sec)

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This part 2 of a two part series highlights the third of the three more common subgroups of central nervous system pain mechanism classification.  She shares this motor-autonomic subgroup is the CRPS or RSD of old and phantom pain patients.  Physical findings are clarified as unique observations in this classification.  Additional outcome measurement tools are discussed and offered as important indicators to measure patient response and progress.  And finally, Annie gives a great summary to help compare and contrast to make simple, the differentiation of each group from the others.  If you feel confident in your mechanical assessment for peripheral-dominant patients but less so for this challenging group of pain sufferers, you'll benefit from this case as well as its prequel, case #57, part 1.