Next Week

Posted on Apr 22, 2016

We Have 2 Great Webinars Next Week Presented By 2 Gifted Speakers.

Tuesday, April 26th, from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time Dr. Donald Ozello will present "Sports Medicine 316: Lower Extremity Nerve Entrapment Conditions"

Topic: Sports Medicine 316: Lower Extremity Nerve Entrapment Conditions...
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Donald A. Ozello, DC
Course Description: Sports are extremely popular for athletes of all ages. Injuries which limit participation and hamper performance are common. This class explains in detail lower extremity nerve entrapment conditions that affect athletes. This presentation discusses the anatomy, mechanism of injury, in-office treatment, patient education and much more of lower extremity nerve impingement conditions. This course arms Doctors of Chiropractic with greater knowledge to properly diagnose and treat athletes with nerve impingement conditions in the lower extremities.
Course Outline:
1) Description of Conditions
2) Mechanism of Injury
3) In-Office Treatment
4) Patient Education
Learning Objectives:
1) Better understanding of anatomy & physiology of lower extremity
2) Increased clinical knowledge to properly diagnosis and treat athletes
3) Learn tools to better educate patients in prevention and self management

Thursday, April 28th, from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time Dr. Steve Yeomans will present "Whiplash 301: Introduction to Whiplash Associated Disorders"

Topic: Whiplash 301: Introduction to Whiplash Associated Disorders

Credit Hours: 2

Instructor: Steve Yeomans, DC, FACCO

Course Description: Whiplash Associated Disorder is a complex treatment challenge that requires specialized training to successfully manage. This course series is a detailed study that thoroughly examines all phases of management from intake forms through discharge. In this course you will learn factors influencing injury, how to manage the peer review and how to bullet proof your documentation.

Additionally, head restraints, phases of rear-end collision, and pain generators will be closely examined. This course will take your management of WAD to a new level!

Course Outline:

I. Introduction
1.PI Definition: MVC & slip/falls
2.Probability of peer review
3.Documentation technology options

II. WAD Definition
1.Origins of whiplash
2.G-Forces of the vehicle, shoulders, vs. head
3.Factors influencing injuries
6.Head restraints, ramping, rebound, and rotation
7.Phases of a rear-end collision
8.Pain generators

Course Objectives:
•Internalize common definitions relating to WAD
•Design strategies to “win” the peer review process
•Demonstrate factors affecting injury
•Diagram the phases of rear-end collisions

To register for either of these courses please log on to ‪#‎Chiropractic‬ ‪#‎BoardApproved‬ Donald Ozello

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