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Mastery Level and Coaching Call Audio Recordings

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by   William Brady, DC June 27, 2016 at 9:04 am.

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  • #2092

    William Brady, DC
    Participant

      The coaching call audio recordings section is now live. Click on coaching call archive in the Mastery section.

      I am using sound cloud for the audio. You don’t need an account. All you have to do is go the the page and click on the audio play button.

      This is new. Please let me know how you like it or if you have any problems.

      Thanks

      #2109

      Eric Lambert, DC
      Participant

        Very nice, this is going to benefit all of us in the Mastery Level area. Worked great, I could hear the entire discussion with no issues.

        #2110

        Cody Scharf, DC
        Participant

          I can tell already that this new feature is going to be really helpful.  Lots of gems in that call, similar to the other case studies.

          The moat analogy was perfect! It was also beneficial to think about how I would have handled this situation and what I would have said.

          #2111

          Carl Nottoli, DC
          Participant

            I understand the hip pathology suspicion with the bilateral hip pain case, but what explains the left foot paresthesia? Obviously there’s a durability issue with this patient so might she also have lumbar spine pathology like HNP or stenosis? Would this be reasonable to explore first with MRI in a patient with these findings and Level tests?

            #2112

            William Brady, DC
            Participant

              The foot/toe paresthesia was an outlier. This suggests lumbar nerve root or sciatic nerve irritation. Yes- possible disc with nerve root or sciatic nerve entrapment. However, the hip pathology is clearly the primary. I would diagnose and treat the hips and keep the foot symptoms and causes for that in the back of my mind.

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