Case 62 - Lynn Grimm

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Case 62 - Lynn Grimm

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In case #62 I'm joined by Ms. Lynn Grimm who presents a patient with an unusual symptom distribution. Bilateral hand numbness is the chief complaint for this minor league baseball pitcher. Excellent talking points from acquiring rapport in the interview, to creating ways to encourage the patient to take ownership of their problem. Additional great discussion on classification and teaching the patient self assessment. (1hr 1min 58sec)

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Among so many other great takeaways in this case you’ll hear deeper discussion on:

  • how and why Lynn spends a little extra time and is quite intentional testing for motor deficits

  • a subtle question Lynn asks for an important reason on day one to encourage self efficacy

  • how Lynn asks her patient what he thinks about all of what she had educated regarding his condition and what information that gives Lynn

  • what Lynn writes down on the assessment form and daily notes for her to reference on the next visit

  • a super effective comment that Lynn has found to have major impact on the patients buy-in especially with athletes, and plenty.