Clinical Pattern Recognition: Wrist and Hand Pain

Clinical Pattern Recognition: Wrist and Hand Pain

By Michael Wong

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2016-12-10
  • Current Version: 1.4.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 863.78 MB
  • Developer: Michael Wong
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.2
Score: 5
5
From 10 Ratings

Description

Clinical Pattern Recognition (CPR): Wrist and Hand Pain • A powerful comprehensive app linking research to clinical practice • Used in Residency and Fellowship training • Used by some of the top programs in the United States • Guideline based classification system for elbow pain • Intuitive user interface that mimics the clinical reasoning of a master clinician • Common pain referral patterns link to common hypotheses including: - Post traumatic/immobilization wrist stiffness - Carpal tunnel syndrome - Guyon’s canal syndrome - Wrist sprain - Thumb sprain (ulnar collateral ligament sprain) - Triangular fibrocartilaginous complex tear (TFCC) - Thumb arthritis • Hypothesized conditions link to their specific key findings and faulty movements • Evidence based impairments are linked to their associated “ideal” interventions including:  - Manual therapy - Movement re-education - Therapeutic exercises - Modalities - Patient education • Includes region specific red flag conditions for emergent referral • Over 200 examination, movement analysis, manual therapy and exercise videos/pictures • Assessment for “Signs of central sensitization” for specific conditions prone to chronic pain • Multi-angle, High definition video with instructions • Videos of how patients will present in the clinic  • Clinical reasoning videos for key findings, differential diagnosis, associated impairments, interventions • Direct links to PUBmed abstracts for all techniques (where research is available) • Use clinical pattern recognition to develop your clinical reasoning “flow” or have quick access to all special tests/physical exam techniques, all manual therapy techniques or all exercise techniques Audience: • Physical therapists/Physiotherapists • Physical therapy assistants • Osteopathic physicians • Athletic trainers • Clinicians managing patients with musculoskeletal conditions • Medical professionals • Educators • Chiropractors • Anyone interested in rehabilitation for wrist and hand pain *This app may require you to be temporarily connected to wifi for downloading.

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Reviews

  • Learning made easy for PT students!

    5
    By DPT2019
    I am loving these Clinical Pattern Recognition apps! As a PT student these apps have been extremely helpful in putting all of the orthopedic information together according to each region of the body. These apps have videos that you can look at with the right techniques and special tests performed correctly as well as information regarding each of the common injuries found in each body region. It also includes a patient education section that gives you an idea of how you can better educate your patient on what they are experiencing and how long it will take to heal and what not. So thankful for these apps and looking forward to seeing what else Dr. Wong and his colleagues come up with for these apps! :)
  • Useful for DPT students

    5
    By SHU DPT II
    As a DPT 2 student, this app allows for the recognition of patterns in presentations that gives me the confidence to treat on clinical rotations. It's a great resource to guide rational and clinical thinking as an early clinician. The ability to replay skills and interventions is beyond helpful. This app provides the cognitive supplement to your psychomotor practice. Enjoy!
  • Awesome app!

    5
    By Grateful SPT
    Wow! This app is seriously so helpful! Thank you for creating this app series. I have been able to use it as a PT student in order to help organize my thought process for figuring out what is wrong with my patient and how to go about treating it. Not only is every step of each examination procedure explained in writing, but there is also a video with audio for each procedure. Highly recommend this app!
  • Great!

    5
    By JEM T DPT
    I love this wrist and hand app! The wrist and hand is so complex and I had trouble making sense of it in school, but this app helped break it down for me. I'm so thankful to have it in clinic to reference and refresh my memory.

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