Differential Diagnosis and Management of an Older Runner with an Atypical Neurodynamic Presentation: A Case for Clinical Reasoning.

Author: Sylvain J, Reiman MP  

The purpose of this case report is to describe the clinical reasoning process involved with the differential diagnosis and management of a 69 year-old male runner reporting a six month history of insidious onset of left-sided low back and buttock pain of low to medium degree of irritability. The case presented describes the utilization of clinical reasoning by a clinician in fellowship training when a patient with atypical adverse neurodynamic dysfunction related to running was encountered.

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