Elbow part 2 - Practical assessment & treatment directions with David Pope
Ever felt like you're swimming (or drowning) in information from your history and test results after your objective assessment, but not sure how to piece it all together?
Would you like a practical elbow assessment that will give you an accurate diagnosis, let you know what treatment to do, and have confidence that you're on the right track?
In this online course, I'll take you through exactly how to perform an elbow objective assessment, and show you how to perform each test.
Obtaining a bunch of test results without knowing how it helps your diagnosis and treatment becomes overwhelming, so I'm going to take you through exactly how to cut through the results and make sense of all your info.
Two of the big goals of your assessment are diagnosing your patients pain, and getting asterisk/reassessment signs. How would you like your assessment to not only hit those two big goals, but also let you know how to TREAT your patient?
This online course is short and sharp, is quick and easy to digest, and gives you the specifics you need for a great elbow assessment. You're going to discover an elbow assessment that helps you know what to do in your treatment (a "treatment direction"), and when to do it.
In Part 1 in this elbow series, Nick Kendrick covered a lot of the potential diagnoses and red flags that can cause elbow pain, and gave you clues that help you identify a diagnosis.
In this followup online course I've packed in:
Part 3 in this series, (available next week), is going to take you through how to treat elbow pain and injuries using your assessment from Part 2.
Part 4 & 5 will take you through a number of case studies to help you apply this info with your patients.
Part 6 will cap off this series with how you can treat anterior and medial elbow pain.
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