Jan 23, 2012

Joint Arthrokinematics

Just wanted to share this epic document one of my former mentees made when studying for the OSCE. As you can tell from the utter thoroughness of the document, he passed with flying colors! Thanks to Dr. Corey Simon, DPT, PT, FAAOMPT for this great study/review guide! I actually use it to review prior to testing Fellow candidates! Please feel free to share it with your colleagues, classmates, and students! It is amazingly comprehensive!

Here is a link to the file in pdf format via my public dropbox folder.
Joint Arthrokinematics

If you're having trouble with the above link, try this via google docs

8 comments:

Dr. Erson Religioso III, DPT said...

Did anyone have trouble d/ling or opening the file? I had one reader tell me he couldn't open it, but I know others have...

Am803 said...

I tried to access the document, and I had trouble also. How can I access the document as it sounds like a great read and tool to have?

Dr. Erson Religioso III, DPT said...

I added another link to try, this time with google docs, let me know if you're able to view it.

Joe Brence said...

Overall nice review...I am not big on endfeels (another reliability issue I have) but from an anatomical perspective, this is very exhaustive. I am looking into possible fellowship programs for application next year, but I understand that I may be a handful for my future mentors...

Dr. Erson Religioso III, DPT said...

I'm surprised you would even consider arthrokinematics Joe, as it's all so mechanical for you. I'd welcome you as a mentee! Always good to have a skeptic. It would be good for you to see some of the stuff you think us OMPTs are so full of crap with.

Joe Brence said...

Hey,
I don't think you guys are full of crap....I am actually finishing up my COMT trough Maitland and understand the importance of getting hands on a patient. I just am not big on specifics bc not sure they matter...

I am looking into Sports Medicine of Atlanta (I do some consulting for the head guy, Dr. Duvall on pain science) and Walsh University which is developing a program to begin mid-2013 (I do some research with Chad Cook)...I have a few options of mentors close by here but wouldn't mind taking a trip up to NY for a couple of days to learn some more...I think there's importance to learning from as many individuals as possible...

Drjulz said...

Anyway to still access the document mentioned above? Dropbox site reports the link expiring. Thanks...

Dr. Erson Religioso III, DPT said...

There is a link right below to my google docs shared version. Did you try that?

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