The median nerve is one of the most commonly entrapped peripheral nerves. Many providers are able to recognize and diagnose a median nerve entrapment but most fail to accurately diagnose the location of entrapment. Instead, any median nerve entrapment or symptoms are diagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).
During this webinar we will review a case study about pronator teres syndrome to show the subtle differences in symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of a median nerve entrapment at two completely different entrapment sites.
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About Dr. Lindholm:
Dr. Spencer Lindholm is originally from Minnesota where he excelled as a two sport athlete playing hockey and running track. He competed in college track while completing his undergraduate studies at UW – Eau Claire and played hockey for the Palmer College of Chiropractic team while earning his doctorate. Dr. Lindholm completed his chiropractic residency at a rural hospital in northern Minnesota where he was able to practice in an interdisciplinary setting treating complex conditions and cases.
After graduating from Palmer College, Dr. Lindholm completed numerous certifications and continuing education courses on the evaluation and treatment of soft tissue and sports-related injuries. Dr. Lindholm currently practices in Denver, CO and is the owner of Kinetic Sports Medicine & Rehab. He has worked extensively with dozens of professional athletes from various sports including many of the Denver Broncos and specializes in treating functional fitness athletes, strength & conditioning athletes, runners, triathletes, and all amateur/youth sports athletes.
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Why do even healthy people naturally develop compensations? Internal bias and modern lifestyle prefer "being right" but over time these compensations can have you feeling left out - misaligned, moving awkwardly, experiencing pain and ultimately injury.
Balancing the body needs both sides working together with the breath to maintain alignment for pain free movement.