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Tough to Treat

Feb 2, 2023

Hormones have a significant influence not only within the balance of the endocrine system but also the effect on the MSK system. 

Join a discussion Susan has had in a course about hormonal health in females. 

This piece takes a nice dive into estrogen balance throughout the reproductive years.

 

A glance at this...


Jan 26, 2023

Shoulder pain, stiffness, and lack of functional mobility are not uncommon in clients with post-breast cancer. 

Join us as we discuss the evaluation and treatment sequence that addresses the particular soft tissue involvement and drivers of this client's limitation—hint: several tissue issues are involved. 

The...


Jan 19, 2023

When do you make the clinical decision to put your hands on your patient or take them off? 

We are changing brain maps and our hands act as facilitators of movement. You need a clinical decision tree to decide which muscles to release and which ones to let go of. 

A clinical pearl: as your patient moves forward in their...


Jan 12, 2023

Join Susan and Erica while they present case studies to highlight clinical reasoning.

This is part 2 of a 2-part series from a webinar. 

These case studies include pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain, an athlete with shoulder pain, and a few more.

Follow along and recognize the unique clinical reasoning for each...


Jan 5, 2023

In this 2 part episode, Susan and Erica discuss what it takes to become a clinical expert, and how that translates into effectively assessing and treating the "tough to treat".

They highlight common errors in clinical reasoning and how to avoid them. They also discuss common red and yellow flags and when to trust...