The development of a clear hypothesis for physical dysfunction is integral in the creating of an effective program for the needs of a client. In this online activity, clinicians will take a deep dive into using clinical reasoning upon initial contact with a client to deduce a hypothesis regarding the client’s physiological dysfunction they are wanting to address. Clinical reasoning is the relationship between subjective questioning to formulate a hypothesis, the application of objective testing to confirm/deny to allow you to effectively program for the client. This webinar provides you with a clear step-by-step process for subjective clinical reasoning to form a clear hypothesis regarding the assessment of a dysfunction.
This is a recording of an ESSA webinar presented on 27 July 2023.
Presented by Paul Peglar, AES, AEP
Paul’s expertise and knowledge of musculoskeletal therapy and exercise prescription has made him a leader of Sports Therapy in Australia. He is well known for combining strong evidence-based principles and clinical reasoning to his treatment and exercise prescription. As a Sports Therapist with Exercise Physiology accreditation, Paul specialises in injury rehabilitation, advances progressive overload programming, static and functional postural assessments for corrective manual therapy and exercise prescription.
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