Here we discuss the concept of experienced utility. Experienced utility may be described as a positive outcome of an action. Experienced utility may also be referred to as hedonic utility. This presents a challenge in that, if an action produces a positive outcome its correctness is of minimal importance for future repetition. Just because something works doesn’t make it right or even broadly effective. Please watch the video for further discussion of the possible challenges brought up by repeated positive outcomes in osteopathic manual therapeutics.