Clinical reasoning is a much talked about and necessary skill for all therapists. But how do we apply it to the real world? 

Therapist Chris Kitson uses a live patient case study to demonstrate how he uses clinical reasoning during assessment and treatment to determine diagnosis, treatment and treatment progression. 



Learning Objectives


  1. To be able to apply clinical reasoning to real-life scenarios.
  2. How to use clinical reasoning during assessment and treatment.
  3. Using clinical reasoning to determine diagnosis, treatment and treatment progression.


Learning Agenda


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Chris Kitson

Chris is a MSK Therapist and Performance Coach with over a decade of experience in the Health and Fitness industry. 

He started his career in Personal Training and team management, before integrating Sports Massage and Remedial Exercise in to his practice. Chris then expanded the depth of his clinical knowledge through gaining a Masters’ degree in Osteopathy. He has since lectured numerous times at colleges, as well as professional conferences. He leads workshops across the country for teams of therapists, coaches, and athletes as well as being the lead tutor for Movement Therapy Education in Leeds and heading the Injuries module on the BTN Practical Academy. 

Chris has worked with a wide audience ranging from geriatric clients wishing to improve their quality of life, through to GB athletes in various sports in both therapy and coaching environments. 

His new business venture is ‘Endurance Therapy & Performance’ where he primarily works with Endurance athletes on rehabilitating injuries, reducing injury risk, and improving performance. As a competitive Triathlete himself, he loves working with a sport that is close to his heart.