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Radicular Arm Pain


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Topics:
Clinical |  Diagnosis |  Orthopedic
Faculty:
Dr. Tim Bertelsman, DC DACO |  Dr. Brandon Steele, DC DACO
Duration:
1 Hour



Description

Successfully managing pain and numbness in the upper extremity requires a robust understanding of potential sources of nerve entrapment. This practical webinar will outline the diagnosis, differentiation and management of the most common sources of upper extremity neurologic complaints including: Cervical radiculopathy, Thoracic outlet syndrome, Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, Carpal tunnel syndrome, and others. Attendees will gain greater understanding and confidence about how to manage some of the most common causes of arm pain and numbness.

 

This course was presented in March 2017 by Dr. Tim Bertelsman and Dr. Brandon Steele and sponsored by ChiroUp.

 

 

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Chiro Up


Join Dr. Brandon Steele and Dr. Tim Bertelsman at the 2020 ICS Virtual Conference on October 17th for their presentation "Resolving Shoulder and Elbow Problems- A Hands-On, Evidence-Based Approach".

 

Dr. Steele is in private practice at Premier Rehab in the greater St. Louis area. He currently lectures for the Illinois Chiropractic Society on clinical excellence and evidence based treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. He also serves on the executive board of the ICS as the southern district president. He has been certified in Motion Palpation, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Active Release Technique, and McKenzie Directional Therapy. Dr Steele is a co-founder

of ChiroUp.


Reviews

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Overall:      132

Total Reviews: 132

Comments

Nathan P - Arlington Heights, Illinois

"I've actually found in a lot of these lateral epicondyle and radial nerve problems in the lateral muscles, that the flexor and pronator group are facilitated 90% of the time, and unless there is a radial nerve entrapment, I at times won't even do any STM/ART on the extensors, just the flexors, and then I do eccentric strengthening of the extensors! "

Natalie M - Oak Park, Illinois

"5"

Victoria G - Elmhurst, Illinois

"no"

Ryan G - Chicago, Illinois

"Great lecture. I would love more from these two Doctors. Helped with multiple current patients I am currently seeing."

Petrina J - Carol Stream, Illinois

"None "

Glenn L - Bentonville, Illinois

"NONE"

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