Case #9 - Hugh Murray

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Case 9 Lateral Hip Pain (1).png

Case #9 - Hugh Murray

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Case #9 features a 55 year old male with lateral hip pain. My guest expert, Hugh Murray, and I discuss this patient and the characteristics of his pain, differentially diagnosing and discussing physical examination approaches and treatment management. (31min 25sec)

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in case #9 Hugh Murray fields questions of mine regarding a 55 year old male which I evaluated and had followed a couple additional visits.  We discuss pieces within the history that lent evidence the origin of the pain was lumbar spine versus the hip.  Hugh lists out what type of questions he'd ask to rule out any red flags.  He shares what provisional classification he anticipates identifying from the history and what he can most likely rule out.  There is additional discussion on his rationale of how he'd conduct his motion testing and where he'd go with end-range repeated movement and why.  If you'd benefit from hearing a veteran reason through a peripheral joint versus spine-type patient, case #9 will be sure to give you some framework in differentiating that next "lateral hip pain" patient.