Module 6: Correlating MRI with Clinical Findings & Using MRI to Guide Patient Management


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MRI reports (i.e. from the radiologist) are usually written with from the perspective of whether an invasive procedure might be required to ease the patient’s pain (injection or surgery). However, MRI scans and the images they produce can also provide invaluable insights that will help manual / physical therapists determine the best treatment techniques and advice to provide so their patients achieve optimum outcomes The first key step in this process is identifying potential pain sources and prioritising what may and may not be relevant. We will provide you with a framework for making this assessment and illustrate plenty of example where MRI has lead to successful patient outcomes that would not otherwise have been achieved without careful scrutiny of the MRI images and correlation with the signs and symptoms presented by the patient6


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