The case history gives key information that can allow you to identify the essential "Red Flags", "Yellow Flags" and "Green Lights" to treatment. Explore the concordant sign and how it responds to position, load and directional preference. The case history is important because it directs the physical exam, and provides the key to diagnosing the presenting problem. It is also a key element in determining the level of CPT coding, and therefore the fee you will be paid by insurance companies. Learn to improve your reimbursement and clinical skills as you rediscover some of the jewels the masters of manual medicine taught, that I wish I would have known twenty years ago, that help us "find the cause."