Catch the Cue…


Here we demonstrate and discuss cues that will allow you to make appropriate choices in assessment and treatment. Broadly speaking, gross motion dysfunction is identifiable with visual cues and pain is identifiable with audible discomfort, facial signs of discomfort, and movement away from pain.

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Don’t Believe the Hype 2


Here we continue building the case for the positions we take. We provide evidence relating to how osteopathic professionals are observed to perform diagnostics, the issues with diagnostics, and the angle we take to deal with these.

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When the Hand is the Wrong Tool…


Here we look at different ways to contact the soft tissue around the hip when the patient is in lateral recumbent. The prime concepts are Contact is Control and Working Perpendicular to Fiber Direction with Soft Tissue.

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