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Clinical Reasoning

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  • P
    Posted 1 year ago

    Hi All! 
    What kind of CR frameworks do you use when the patient first time comes to you? 

    Right now I am pretty much on Mulligan when I firstly check the ROM on both sides, trying to find any differences. Find a Pain or a movement that the patient can't do and work with it. 

    How are your first examinations?(Anamnesis history of condition are of course also there but I am talking about the Examination aproach)

    Thank you!

  • Nils Oudhuis
    Nils Oudhuis
    Posted 1 year ago

    I like the clinical reasoning framework by Tim Mitchell (explained by him in a lecture on Trust me-Ed). Also the CR framework of Cognitive Functional Therapy by the O'Sullivan group.

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    Hamish McElhone
    Posted 7 months ago

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  • J
    Posted 6 months ago

    Clinical reasoning is a field of study within psychology. It involves using knowledge and skills related to clinical psychological practice in order to build a general understanding of human behavior, functioning, and experience.

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    Ismael Olson
    Posted 1 month ago

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