Case #82 - Grant Watson

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Case #82 - Grant Watson

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In case #82, we’re joined by Mr. Grant Watson, affectionately known as "Wattie" in MDT circles.  He's an international faculty of the McKenzie Institute. He joins me in my thought process and clinical reasoning to tease out the accurate diagnosis in this active and fit patient.  She is a 25 year old female, a nutrition coach whose chief complaint of intermittent posterior thigh/hamstring pain.  Wattie provides insight into differentiating an extremity dysfunction from L-spine, hip, or SIJ derangement.  We also touch on the importance of therapeutic alliance and thorough patient education.  Despite 30-40 years experience Wattie admits some patients present plenty of challenge and shares how he remains composed.  He provides great tips from what he gathered in my assessment to further narrow down the classification with these first 3 visits.  This case is ongoing with follow up updates coming for monthly subscribers. (1hr, 16min, 34sec)

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Wattie provides insight into differentiating an extremity dysfunction from L-spine, hip, or SIJ derangement.  We also touch on the importance of therapeutic alliance and thorough patient education.  Despite 30-40 years experience Wattie admits some patients present plenty of challenge and shares how he remains composed.  He provides great tips from what he gathered in my assessment to further narrow down the classification with these first 3 visits.