Clinical Reasoning in Spine Pain, Volume 1 - Final Sale
Introducing a systematic, evidence-based, patient-focused and relationship-centered approach to the treatment of low back pain.
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Internationally recognized clinician, author and researcher Dr. Donald R. Murphy delivers an organized clinical model for the diagnosis and management of low back disorders. A valuable tool for chiropractors, physical therapists, medical doctors and anyone treating people with low back disorders, Murphy's Clinical Reasoning in Spine Pain™ (CRISP™) protocols offer a means to integrate divergent findings, organize clinical data, form diagnoses and design effective management strategies.
Clinical Reasoning in Spine Pain, Vol. 1 will:
- teach students and new practitioners about optimal care for low back disorders.
- further hone the skills of experienced practitioners.
- deliver tools and techniques that can be applied immediately.
- provide an innovative, evidence-based model of clinical reasoning based on the biopsychosocial understanding of low back disorders.
Section I: Background
1. Principles of Primary Spine Care
2. The Etiology of Low Back Disorders—The Biopsychosocial Approach
Section II: Diagnosis Using the Clinical Reasoning in Spine Pain™ Protocols
3. Taking a Thorough and Efficient History
4. Diagnostic Question #1: Are the symptoms with which the patient is presenting reflective of a visceral problem or a potentially serious or life-threatening illness?
5. Diagnostic Question # 2: Where is the pain coming from?
6. Diagnostic Question #3: What has happened with this person as a whole that would cause the pain experience to develop and persist?
7. Establishing a Diagnosis, Clinical Decision Making and Outcome Measurement
Section III: Management Based on the Clinical Reasoning in Spine Pain Protocols
8. Principles of Effective Patient Management
9. General Management Strategies
10. Treatment Approaches for Diagnostic Question #2
11. Treatment Approaches for Diagnostic Question #3
12. Maximum Medical Improvement, Aftercare and Clinical Decisions Regarding Patients Who Do Not Improve