When the “Evidence” Isn’t Enough, Part Two

By Brett Windsor, PT This post goes back somewhat, to continue a ‘series’ taking us through a patient case in light of a structured management model; a model built on a foundation of education, helping the patient to understand their diagnosis, prognosis, and their individualized management plan. Second, activity modification, which entails a deep understanding… Continue reading When the “Evidence” Isn’t Enough, Part Two

The totality of Management

by: Brett Windsor, PT, PhDc, MPA, OCS, FAAOMPT Today’s post, and the next 3-4 posts, are focused on the total management of the orthopedic physical therapy patient. Effective management necessarily relies on a preceding thorough and accurate evaluation and diagnosis; we’ve discussed those issues recently. Nevertheless, there is a rhythm and a structure that can be… Continue reading The totality of Management