Complex Case Studies Discussion- Baxter's Neuropathy, Intercostobrachial Neuralgia, Cervicogenic Vertigo
In this one-hour lecture, Dr. Parijat Kumar and Dr. Tejinder Singh from the USA discuss and demonstrate complex case studies. In this lecture, Dr. Parijat Kumar presents various techniques for Pelvis- Foot, Ribs, and cervical spine to assess and treat these patients in an evidence-based way. Dr. TJ discusses real patient cases with these diagnoses and findings, including the assessment and treatment methods.
Case Study 1 - Plantar Fasciopathy / Plantar Fascitis / Baxter's Neuropathy ?
Case Study 2 - Not all radiating pain is Neuropathy- Intercostobrachial Neuralgia.
Case Study 3 - Not all Vertigo is BPPV - Cervicogenic Vertigo
Come and learn these complex patients' case studies with our worldwide experts.
Chapters & Learning Objectives
Chapter 1 - Case Study 1 - Plantar Fasciopathy / Plantar Fascitis / Baxter's Neuropathy ?
: 00:30 Hour
In this Case study, Dr. TJ discusses a real patient case complaining of foot pain, showing all signs of Plantar Fasciopathy. First, the experts present all the case's findings, signs, and symptoms. Then, Dr. Parijat Kumar demonstrates some of these findings and treatment methods for you.
Chapter 2 - Case Study 2 - Not all radiating pain is Neuropathy- Intercostobrachial Neuralgia.
: 00:30 Hour
Chapter 3 - Case Study 3- Not all Vertigo is BPPV - Cervicogenic Vertigo
: 00:23 Hour
In this case, both the US experts discusses and presents various signs and symptoms of patient having complain of Vertigo.
They differentially diagnose and demonstrates that not all dizzy or vertigo patients are BPPV patients or coming from the inner ear canal.
Many of them can have a root cause in their cervical spine which can cause such symptoms and lead to disturbance in neurophysiology of cervical proprioception.
Dr PK demonstrates techniques for cervcial spine and some balance- proprioceptive exercise.
Chapter 4 - Takeaways from this Lecture
: 00:05 Hour
US experts summarises all the points, findings and rationales of three case studies.
This concludes, what are the areas to be looked for, assessed for, treated for in order to help a patient in an evidence-based and a ethical way.