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History and Working Hypothesis

Presenter: Kevin Kwiecien


Course Description

In this two-part course, Dr. Kwiecien guides practitioners through the process of identifying commonality of pertinent history, current findings, diagnosis, and proper treatment for patients with suspected muscle and/or joint etiology. A case study of Megan demonstrates how to appropriately diagnose a patient, beginning with her history and a review of functional findings.

Learning Objectives

  1. Review critical components of the comprehensive exam for increased confidence and competence of muscle and joint findings
  2. Discuss possible etiologies of common signs and symptoms
  3. Discuss systematic process to determine appropriate path of initial diagnosis

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Release Date:
01/27/2017
Review Date:
N/A
Expiration Date:
01/27/2020

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