The following case study illustrates the relationship of a remote spondylogenic reflex syndrome (SRS) to pre-existing lumbar pathology, compromised spinal biomechanics, aberrant functional neurology and loss of performance in an elite athlete.
The following 3 brief case studies illustrate the variety in ages, conditions and histories of three individuals receiving Advanced SRA/SRT Treatment Protocols and their relatively universal response to this form of care. These cases also illustrate the primary reason for certification in SRA and SRT evidenced based procedures: predictable, dependable and reproducible outcomes.
Knee pain is one of the most common complaints that I see in my line of work. Unfortunately, as obesity rates around the world continue to rise, knee replacement surgeries are increasing at an alarmingly high rate.
Presentation / Chief Complaint - A 45 year old male patient presents in April, 2007 with bilateral knee pain, stiffness, and right greater than left knee edema aggravated by climbing stairs and walking. Status became acutely severe whenever walking up more than one half a flight of stairs, or one half of a city block.
Hello, my name is Dr. Frank Jarrell. Welcome to the SRI Blog. As the SRI family of educational services and products matures into a set of standardized solutions for healthcare professionals, there are many questions to be asked and many answers to be shared about spondylogenic reflex syndromes (SRS).