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.
Is there a better alternative to evidence based medicine?
What is it and how can it help me?
In the final article of this 3 article series, I’ll discuss a middle ground approach to make healthcare decisions – evidence based behavioral practice – and why it is more pragmatic and achievable in a clinical practice.
Can we rely on evidence based medicine in all patient care?
How does our reliance on it hurt our outcomes?
In part 2 of this 3 article series, I’ll explore the limitations of evidence based medicine through two examples: chemotherapy medications and parachutes.
Do you use evidence based medicine on a regular basis in your practice?
What are its limitations and how do they affect you?
Evidence based medicine is often controlled by third party bias. Is this bias controlling your practice? In part 1 of this 3 article series, you’ll discover what the limitations of evidence based medicine are and why.