Neurology 347: Time to get a “Grip”
By: CCEDSeminars

Course Description

Course Description: Grip strength may well be one of the most underutilized clinical procedures. There is close association of grip to a variety of clinic conditions including cervical myelopathy. Understanding this test can be very helpful to chiropractors and their management of patients with cervical spine dysfunction. Course Outline: Grip Strength Overview Dynamometry Pinch test as an alternative Cervical Myelopathy Clinical signs Normative values of grip strength Clinical management considerations Finger escape Finger tap Review of research literature Learning Objectives: Discuss how to better utilize grip strength as a clinical procedure Recognize the clinical signs of cervical myelopathy List clinical management considerations Outline the research literature

Course Details

  • Neurology 347: Time to get a “Grip”
  • By:    CCEDSeminars
  • Instructor:    Michael Hall, DC, FIACN
  • Total CE Hours:    2
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