ISOMT Lecture on Orthopedic & Electro-physiological assessment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Course Overview

In this one-hour lecture, Dr. Singh from the USA discusses the typical patient history, differential diagnosis, orthopedic and neurological examination, evidence-based testing, and clinical prediction rules. The lab also focuses on procedural details of nerve conduction study and electromyography. The lab also entails interpreting electrodiagnostic testing to produce sound clinical decision-making.

 

The lab discusses evidence-based orthopedic and electrophysiological tests to diagnose carpal tunnel syndrome's acuteness, severity, and complexity.


Chapters & Learning Objectives

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Orthopedic & Electro-physiological assessment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
: 58:00 Hour

Dr. Singh discusses typical patient history, differential diagnosis, orthopedic and neurological examination, evidence-based testing, and clinical prediction rules. The lab focuses on procedural details of nerve conduction study and electromyography. The lab also entails interpreting electrodiagnostic testing to produce sound clinical decision-making.

The lab discusses evidence based orthopedic and electrophysiological tests to diagnose acuteness, severity and complexity of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Meet your Instructors

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Dr. Tejinder (TJ) Singh
(Honorary President) Co-founder