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PT Thursdays

 

 

Are you a PT or PT student in the Knoxville area looking for a better clinical conversation? 

Join us on Thursdays from 12:05-12:35pm for a casual ortho gathering to practice techniques, work on clinical reasoning, and discuss interesting patient cases. 

Feel free to bring your lunch and if you like (please let us know beforehand), a complicated patient for us to evaluate and discuss as a group.  Below is our (soft) plan for 2020.  If you woukd like to join via Zoom - text Alaina before hand at 865-236-0340 so we can make sure to look for you.  This is just a quick list of topics suggested for review and may change depending on group needs or spending this time with a complicated patient.  We welcome suggestions or can do a group consult on a patient or case if you would like.  
This is meant to be a casual conversation, tossing about ideas and helping each other grow, no powerpoints, judgement, or grand rounds requirements.  For now we are just gathering for the experience, and we have not looked into offering CEU credit yet.   
 We may have a guest specialist join for special topics on occasion!  
Feel free to drop in, call or text our main line if you have suggestions or questions 865-236-0340.

We are going to trial doing this on Zoom if you would like to join!  

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3963563068

If it asks for a password, use  Marino

2020 Fall Schedule of Fun 

 

9/1/20

  Management of Immediate Severe Post Traumatic Pain

9/8/20

  Headaches Part 1

9/15/20

  Headaches Part 2

9/22/20

  Disc Degeneration vs Degradation

9/29/20

  Foot Series Into

10/6/20

  Foot: Heel Pain

10/13/20

  Foot: Examination of Heel Pain

10/20/20

  Foot: Heel Pain continued

10/27/20

  Foot: Midfoot pain

11/3/20

  Foot: Metatarsalgia

11/10/20

  Diff Dx of Dizziness

11/17/20

  Relation of CAD to HA / Dizziness / Neck Pain

11/24/20

  Abducted Ulna

12/3/20

  Evidence informed use of Imaging

12/10/20

  Neuropathic vs MSK vs Visceral Pain presentation / Dx

12/17/20

  Hip Subluxation as a Driver of Pain

12/22/20

  Fortin’s Finger Test