Diagnostic testing is an integral component for the differential diagnosis. In routine clinical practice there has been a tendency for clinical examinations to become more cursory, largely influenced by increasing demands on a practitioner’s time and the patient’s expectations of technological advances. The end result may arguably lead to an overreliance on technology for basic clinical diagnosis. David Glick, DC, DAIPM, CPE, FASPE, discusses the important of identifying underlying pathologies, and not relying on just an image.
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