Up Coming Course

Posted on Mar 03, 2015

03/05/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 305

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

1. Treatment

2. PT

3. Home-based instructions

3. Documentation & coding pearls

 

 

 

03/07/15   9-11 AM CT

Radiology 303: Degenerative Joint Conditions of the Spine & Extremities

2 Hours
Wesley R. Duval, DC, DACBR

This webinar will cover the basics of joint degeneration of the spine and extremities so that the practicing chiropractor will know how to identify it when they see it and how to differentially diagnose it from other conditions that present with overlapping radiographic signs.

 1)  Intro to Degenerative joint disease / Degenerative disc disease

2) Spinal Degeneration 
        a. Cervical spine
        b. Thoracic spine
        c. Lumbar spine / Pelvis
3) Extremity Joint Degeneration

        a.  Upper extremities

        b.  Lower extremities

 

 

03/10/15 7-9 PM CT

Pediatrics 303

T.D. Wilson, D.C.

Hour 1 & 2

•    Instrument adjusting for pediatric patients.

•    Hand adjusting for pediatric patients.

•    Chiropractic pediatric office procedures. 

•    Review of adjusting procedures

 

 

 

03/12/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 306

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

1. Elements of the “P”:

1) Treatment rendered

2) PT rendered (see PT Log)

3) Home-based instructions

  1. Acute: Ice, Ice cupping, Bend/lift tech., RTW w/ vs. w/o restrictions, treatment frequency
  2. Subacute: Exercises (stretch), ice/heat, Activity reintegration,  treatment frequency

 

  1. Chronic: Exercise (strengthen, stabe, proprio., aerobic, activity specific), prevention concepts including: (nutrition/diet/wt management, ADL mods, heel lifts/foot orthotics, sleep)

4) Test orders

  1. X-ray
  2. Consults with specialists
  3. Tests from hospitals
  4. Intra-clinic tests (blood, FCE)

5) Discharge criteria:

  1. MTB / MMI - Outcomes based
  2. Acute vs. Supportive vs. Maintenance care

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

03/17/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Ethics & Juresprudence

Monte Horne, DC

Course Outline:

Ethics (2 Hours)

  • Staff considerations
  • Medical records
  • Professional conduct
  • Sexual Boundaries
  • HIPAA
  • Electronic medical records
  • Board complaints
  • Board actions

 

 

03/19/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Documentation & Risk Management

Monte Horne, DC

2 Hours

Documentation & Risk Management (1 Hour Each)

  • Most common allegations in malpractice
  • Contributing factors in malpractice claims
  • Patient records management & documentation
  • Informed consent
  • Patient dismissal, discharge, and referral
  • Risk mitigation strategies

 

 

 

03/24/15   7-9 PM CT

Chiropractic Pediatrics 304

2 Hours

Tracy Wilson, DC

•             Review of the evidence for instrument adjusting for pediatric patients.

•             Hand adjusting for pediatric patients and current literature review.

•             Chiropractic pediatric office procedures. 

•             Review of adjusting procedures

•             Chiropractic co-management of selected pediatric conditions with recent studies

 

 

03/26/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 307

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

1. Daily office visits – SOAP notes

2. Re-examinations

3. Outcome Assessment Tools

4. Discharge process

 

 

 

03/28/15 9-11 AM CT
Radiology 304: Normal Variants of the Lumbar Spine
2 Hours
Sandra Norton, DC, FACCR
1) Lumbar Spine 
    a. Normal anatomy and common mistakes
    b. Normal variants commonly confused with pathology
    c. Don’t touch lesions
    d. Thoracic biomechanics and common patterns

 

 

 

03/31/15   9-11 AM CT

Case Studies 314

Case Studies Related To the Shoulder

Heather Wright, DC, CCEP

2 Hours

Class outline:

Chiropractic Conditions Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment (2 hours) Common Shoulder Issues

  • Common Types of Presentation
  • Examination
  • Differential diagnoses
  • Diagnosis
  • Etiology
  • Chiropractic treatment options
  • Treatment planning and quantitative goals
  • Collaborative care options for refractory patients
  • Documentation and coding
  • Treatment demonstrations & practicums

 

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