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How to Perform a Thorough and Systematic Clinical Examination – Part 4

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The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on How to Perform a Thorough and Systematic Clinical Examination – Part 4 is now available.

 How to Perform a Thorough and Systematic Clinical Examination – Part 4

This month’s Inner Circle webinar is on How to Perform a Thorough and Systematic Clinical Examination – Part 4.  In this presentation, I discuss some of the concepts behind how to structure an excellent clinical examination process.  This will assure that you are always following a systematic process to detect any structural and functional issues, and that you can easily create a plan of treatment to help the person reach their goals.  This is part 4 of 4 and will focus on how to sequence your objective portion of your examination, as well as plenty of clinical pearls from experience. Part 4 is the 2nd half of the objective exam, focusing on motor control and special tests.  There’s a ton of info here so I wanted to break it down in detail.

This webinar series will cover:

  • The 4 main buckets of any clinical examination process
  • How to assure you follow a systematic approach each and every time
  • How to look for structural pathology, as well as find any suboptimal areas of function that may be related
  • How to take your exam and make an effective assessment and treatment plan

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