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Integrative Clinical Reasoning Part 2: Applications in Practice

presented by Eric Robertson

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Financial: Eric Robertson receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.

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Video Runtime: 55 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 25 Minutes

Part 2 of this 2-part series tackles the complex task of weaving together various nomenclature and clinical reasoning models into a coherent systematic approach for understanding how to best manage patients. Throughout this course, components of pain science, clinical guidelines, and traditional management theories will be synthesized. This second part specifically tackles acute and chronic low back pain, complex regional pain syndrome, and osteoarthritis. It should be utilized as a review on its own to assist with advanced patient management or as part of the OCS Prep series.

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Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT

Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, is the director of Kaiser Permanente Northern California Graduate Physical Therapy Education, and associate professor of clinical physical therapy at the University of Southern California in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. Previously he served as assistant professor of physical therapy at Regis University in Denver, Colorado, and…

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1. Introduction to Integrative Clinical Reasoning Cases

This chapter introduces the concepts behind the flow of the ensuing videos and also provides instruction for maximal learning integration involving cases and information contained within this course.

2. Integrative Clinical Reasoning Case 1: “Kim’s Boot”

This chapter introduces the first of three cases demonstrating integrative clinical reasonings. For this case, complex regional pain syndrome will be reviewed.

3. Integrative Clinical Reasoning Case 2: “Ezra and the Motorcycle”

This chapter continues the cases demonstrating integrative clinical reasonings. For this case, acute low back pain will be reviewed.

4. Integrative Clinical Reasoning Case 3: “Igor Just Wants to Work”

This chapter continues the cases demonstrating integrative clinical reasonings. For this case, chronic low back pain and osteoarthritis will be reviewed.

5. Integrative Clinical Reasoning Summation

This chapter concludes the two-part series and reviews key takeaway principles for the course. This chapter serves as a final synthesis between the two parts of this course.

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Video Runtime: 59 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 29 Minutes

Part 1 of this two-part series tackles the complex task of weaving together various nomenclature and clinical reasoning models into a coherent systematic approach for understanding how to best manage patients. Throughout this course, components of pain science, clinical guidelines, and traditional management theories will be synthesized. It should be utilized as a review on its own to assist with advanced patient management or as part of the OCS Prep series.

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