Jerry, During your full body screens, do you have a tool that shows you exactly where dysfunction is occurring?
No, nothing shows me "exactly where dysfunction is occurring", it is a process. Yesterday had a challenging case and I learned something anew. Her ankle was in fact unstable in spite of a negative drawer test for anterior talofibular ligament. Her anatomy apparently unique in that only when I tested it in mild inversion did the instability become glaring obvious. So paying attention and following the process is part of the journey. My best tool I believe is that of paying attention, using mind, hands and heart (metaphor) and the stored history of past success and failure. I am not the expert. I consider the client and their body to be the expert, even if either or both at the moment might be incapable of communicating the precise "dysfunction diagnosis". Listening is girded to humility.
N….., I believe that the question posed by Debbie implies that there is a '"dysfunction" which initially is occulted. Debbie?