Lessons from a Student: The Interaction

The Inspiration Over the past few weeks I have felt called to write about an often uncovered yet extremely important component of the therapeutic process: Patient interaction. We had an instance in which I came back into the clinic from my lunch break and my intern was supposed to have a patient evaluation. Instead, she... Continue Reading →


Movement Chapter 7: SFMA Introduction and Top-Tier Tests

This is a chapter 7 summary of the book "Movement" by Gray Cook. Intro The SFMA's goal is to assess functional capabilities. This system is based on Cyriax differentiation and grading principles. Instead of describing things as strong, weak, painful, or painless; the following descriptors are utilized: Functional nonpainful (FN): Unlimited movement and able to... Continue Reading →

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