Non-Spinal Auto Collision Injuries in Chiropractic Practice Pt 1

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Non-Spinal Auto Collision Injuries in Chiropractic Practice Pt 1
Martin Schmaltz, DC, CCIC
, DIANM
drmartinschmaltz@gmail.com
2 hours of Documentation/SOAP
$30.00 $29.00

The most common auto injuries seen by chiropractors include the neck, upper back and low back. Yet many patients present with non-spinal injuries to the TMJ, upper extremity and chest. In some instances, it can be easy to overlook these injuries or associate them with the spinal injuries. To offer the patient the best care possible, proper documentation, examination and diagnosis is essential for either treatment or proper referral. Based on current literature and years of experience, this course covers some of the more common non-spinal auto collisions injuries that are likely to be presented in the chiropractic practice.

HOUR 1 – Documentation, History, TMJ, Shoulder

HOUR 2 – Impingement Syndrome, AC Sprain, Rotator Cuff, Hand/Thumb, & Chest Injuries

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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.

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Jessica Howard
Posted 2 months ago
Great Course

Great detailed information. I received a good explanation of history, exam, cause of injury and treatment.

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Michael Getsy
Posted 3 months ago
Extremity injuries

Extremity injuries need to be fully evaluated in the chiropractic setting to determine the medical need for specialty diagnostics and or specialty referral. It is imperative that we have a good understanding of the extremity injuries to best treat our patients.

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Dan Tangpricha
Posted 5 months ago
Great info

Thanks

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jade meylor
Posted 5 months ago
Great info. I like the specific tests

This is helpful to check my current protocols

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Backdr91
Posted 6 months ago
Great info

Loved the subject. Great review.

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Syrece Sherman
Posted 7 months ago
refresher

refresher

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antiagingdrj@gmail.com
Posted 1 year ago
thank you

great information thank you

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Maria Seedorff
Posted 1 year ago
Great review of TOS

As someone who suffers from TOS (not related to an accident) I found this review of the topic spot on!

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Julie Clayton
Posted 1 year ago
Great course

Great presentation of the information.

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DrBriegleb
Posted 1 year ago
Great research

Good explanations on the various mechanisms and testing

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