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X-Ray and Rehab - How Do They Work Together
Dr. Jeffrey McKinley
Thu, Jun 27, 2019 @ 2PM EST
Dr. McKinley will discuss the connection between taking x-ray and using that information to determine what type of rehab might be appropriate.
Your Best Adjustment May Be Off by Two Feet
Dr. Dennis Buckley
Thu, Jul 11, 2019 @ 2PM EST
This 1-hour seminar will help you focus in on factors that may be diminishing the effectiveness of your treatments. Looking at the whole person will help you consider all influences in your treatment and create long-lasting results.
MRI of Lumbar Spine: Disc and Nerve Roots
Dr. Jennifer Pedley
Thu, Jul 25, 2019 @ 2PM EST
This lecture reviews the anatomy on the MR images, and discuss the disc nomenclature in regards to disc bulge, protrusion, and extrusion and its effect on the nerve roots. The lecture will assist in the clinician's understanding of MR, and allow the clinician to educate their patient.
The Sports Medicine Team and Your Role in Caring for the Student Athlete
Dr. Kurt Juergens
Thu, Aug 8, 2019 @ 2PM EST
For the past 30 years, Dr. Juergens has been treating world-class athletes from around the globe. During this webinar, Dr. Juergens will show you how to develop relationships of trust with other healthcare providers. You will gain a clear understanding of your role on the sports medicine team. And finally, through case studies, rehab protocol for the surgical and non-surgical lower extremity athletic injures will be demonstrated.
Arch Enemies: What You Donât Know About Your Feet and Ankles Can Hurt You
Dr. Kevin Wong
Thu, Aug 29, 2019 @ 2PM EST
This one-hour webinar will cover the anatomy of the feet and ankles, common subluxation and misalignment patterns, and treatment. The treatments include physiotherapy, adjustments, and rehab/home care.
Crooked Man and Fascia
Dr. Alan Smith
Thu, Sep 12, 2019 @ 2PM EST
Fascia can be understood through the five primary kinetic chains. This course will educate and empower the practitioner to understand them and how to apply crooked man for the patient.
Evaluation, Treatment and Rehabilitation for an Inversion sprain of the ankle
Dr. Manuel Duarte
Thu, Sep 26, 2019 @ 2PM EST
This Webinar presents the doctor with a step by step approach for identifying, evaluating and treating one of the most common sites for acute musculoskeletal injuries. Mechanisms of injury, injury classification, causes, risk factors and complications will be discussed in this informative evidence based webinar on inversion sprains of the ankle.
The Hole in Your Practice
Dr. Dennis Buckley
Thu, Oct 10, 2019 @ 2PM EST
We all go to chiropractic school and learned CCE mandated courses, the same courses, and after we graduate create very different results in practice. Why? It is said that success leaves clues. Usually those clues are habits. What are the habits of the most successful practitioner? This webinar will share those habits and can be replicated into one practice and life.
Don't Let Medicare STRESS You Out!
Kathy Mills Chang
Wed, Oct 23, 2019 @ 1PM EST
Because of the federal and compliance implications of Medicare, many doctors and team members attribute more than 50% of their office stress to dealing with it. Kathy will walk you through the 4 biggest stressors reported with Medicare billing, coding and management. Don’t lose sleep over Medicare…it’s among the simplest of payers to deal with because they have the most well-defined rules. Learn to love Medicare and your Medicare patients….with less stress and more peace of mind.
The Structural FingerprintÂ® Exam: The future of musculoskeletal exams
Dr. Tim Maggs
Thu, Oct 24, 2019 @ 2PM EST
We will provide a step-by-step approach to introducing this exam to the patient, review the consultation, and go over each test performed on this exam. We’ll then discuss how to interpret the findings and communicate the information to the patient.