Patients are frequently referred to physical therapy with the diagnosis of shoulder and arm pain. During examination and evaluation of the patient, the physical therapist must consider all potential causes of the patient’s symptoms. This single patient case report, Differential diagnosis of shoulder and cervical pain: a case report, describes the use of three questions in the differential diagnosis of shoulder and arm pain. Do you use differential diagnosis with your patients? Then download this free paper now! This professional research paper is made available at no charge to members of EDUCATA. Not a member? Register for free and download it now.
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