Evidence-based Evaluation & Management of Common Spinal Conditions: Part 1 Cervical Spine
Joshua R. S. Browning, DC, FIANM(us)
6 hours of Diagnosis
Overview: The attendee will learn current evidence-based orthopedic and neurological testing strategies, as well as current evidence-based multimodal treatment strategies, to accurately diagnose and manage the patient presenting with cervical region complaints. PowerPoint presentation and recorded video demonstrated will be presented. Conditions covered include: cervical spine clinical prediction rules, cervical facetogenic pain, cervicobrachial radiculopathy, whiplash-associated disorders, thoracic outlet syndrome, cervical myelopathy, cervical spine trauma, headaches, dizziness & vertigo, and temporomandibular joint disorders. Following each section, the attendee will complete a mini-quiz before moving to the next section.
Objectives: The attendee will be provided with a basic review of research, statistics and presented with up-to-date evaluation and management techniques concerning lumbar spine conditions. At the end of the presentation, the attendee should have a basic understanding of research terminology and how to interpret published research works. The attendee will have an in-depth understanding of the currently best-supported examination and treatment protocols for the most commonly presenting conditions in the cervical spine region.
Approved For Continuing Education Credit in Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri.
PACE courses are accepted for Continuing Education Credit by The State Boards of Alaska, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming. The State Board of Colorado does not pre-approve courses, but this class meets the criteria set forth by their respective boards.
The content in this course is fantastic but hitting the 'complete' button every 1 minute is very frustrating. I did 2 courses back to back in this format. If the content was more continuous, I would of enjoyed more.