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Case study - Cervical radiculopathy

Cervical radiculopathy involves pain in the neck that may radiate to the upper limb in a dermatomal pattern, and involve neurological symptoms such as P&N, numbness, weakness or altered reflexes (Kim et al., 2016).

Patients regularly present for Physiotherapy with neck pain and associated arm symptoms, and targeted treatment can provide an enormous improvement in your patients pain and quality of life. 

In this webinar, David Pope discusses a case study of a patient presenting cervical radiculopathy. We will explore clues in the patients subjective history, important questions to ask, objective assessment & findings, clinical reasoning, the current evidence base, and treatment of cervical radiculopathy.

This webinar will help you discover assessment and treatment you can use with patients that present to you with cervical radiculopathy. You will be able to use evidence informed treatment and understand how to adapt your treatment to each patient, while feeling confident in your assessment & treatment.

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