Doctors Join Us This Evening

Posted on Nov 03, 2015

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Doctors Join Us This Evening

Tuesday, November 3rd, from 7:00-9:00 PM CT Dr. Monte Horne will be presenting "Case Studies 309: The Upper Extremities"

Speaker: Monte Horne, DC

Topic: Case Studies 309: The Upper Extremities

Credit Hours: 2
•History
•Examination
•Diagnostic testing
•Chiropractic treatment
•Documentation & coding pearls
•Co-treatment options & indications

Dr. Horne founded CCEDSEMINARS with a pasison for bringing chiropractors high quality Continuing Education that will elevate the chiropractic profession. Dr. Horne graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences in 1985. His undergraduate study focused on chemistry and was followed by a research position. After graduating from SCUHS he completed a three year study program in Chiropractic Orthopedics. Since that time he has treated patients for 25 years and also served as a chiropractic consultant. Dr. Horne is a certified in impairment ratings and functional capacity evaluations. He has served as a designated doctor for the Texas Workers Compensation system performing impairment ratings and return to work evaluations. He is published in JMPT and is currently authoring a text "Documentation and Navigating the Guidelines". His special interests include rehabilitation, documentation, and forensics. Dr. Horne has performed numerous record reviews and serves as an expert witness for both plaintiff and defense. He has authored numerous courses on chiropractic documentation, case studies and evidence-based practice for continuing education credit. He teaches nationwide online, in live webinars and onsite throughout the state of Texas. Dr. Horne is a member of the Texas Chiropractic Association and serves on the Education Committee. He is married to the love of his life Betty Jo, has six children and five grand children. Recreation time almost always involves the great outdoors.

To register for this course please log on to www.ccedseminars.com ‪#‎Chiropractic‬ ‪#‎OnlineCE‬

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