February Chiropractic Webinars.

Posted on Jan 27, 2015

Doctors,

This is the line up of live webinars for February. Please take note of the Promo Codes for multiple event purchases.

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02/03/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Ethics

Monte Horne, DC

Course Outline:

Ethics (2 Hours)

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

 

 

02/05/15   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

 

 

02/07/15   9 – 11 AM CT

Pediatrics 303

2 Hour Seminar

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
 

 

02/10/1/5   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 304: Imaging in Clinical Practice

  • Discus Imaging Modalities and Appropriate Use in Clinical Practice
  • Demonstrate Patient Selection Procedures, Interpretation, and Reporting
  • Explain the Legal Issues in Radiology as Related to Chiropractic Practice.
  • Explain Radiation Technology and Protection in Chiropractic Practice
  • Critique Current Imaging Modalities as Related to Chiropractic Practice

 

02/12/15   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 305:  Modes of Care

  • Assess the Evidence for Manual and Manipulative Therapy
  • Explain the Evidence for Manual Non-articular Techniques
  • Discuss the Evidence for Manipulation Under Anesthesia
  • Asses the Evidence for Acupuncture and Homeopathic Remedies
  • Apply Evidence Based Manual and Nonmanual Procedures in Clinical Practice

 

02/17/15   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 306:  Collaborative care for Upper Extremities

  • develop patient communication skills of why collaborative care for upper extremity conditions may be necessary
  • discuss patient education, freedom of choice, and informed consent
  • explain appropriate exchange of information between co-professionals
  • develop a clear understanding of collaborative treatment options
  • implement appropriate referral procedures when collaborative treatment is necessary
  • assess the evidence for conservative and invasive co-treatment options
  • explain indications and contraindications of co-management options
  • explain the role of behavioral health as a collaborative care option
  • discuss the role of return to work and functional restoration programs
  • explain evidence based post injection treatment protocol
  • discuss appropriate post surgical chiropractic – rehabilitation
  • apply evidence based co-management procedures to the chiropractic practice

 

 

 

 

 

02/19-15   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 307:  Collaborative care for Lower Extremities

  • develop patient communication skills of why collaborative care for lower extremity conditions may be necessary
  • discuss patient education, freedom of choice, and informed consent
  • explain appropriate exchange of information between co-professionals
  • develop a clear understanding of collaborative treatment options
  • implement appropriate referral procedures when collaborative treatment is necessary
  • assess the evidence for conservative and invasive co-treatment options
  • explain indications and contraindications of co-management options
  • explain the role of behavioral health as a collaborative care option
  • discuss the role of return to work and functional restoration programs
  • explain evidence based post injection treatment protocol
  • discuss appropriate post surgical chiropractic – rehabilitation
  • apply evidence based co-management procedures to the chiropractic practice

 

 

02/21/15   9-11 AM CT

Case Studies 315:   Case Studies Related To the TMJ

Heather Wright, DC, CCEP

2 Hours

Class outline:

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

 

 

 

02/24/15   7-9 PM CT

Neurology 302: Chiropractic Considerations of Pain on the Central Nervous System

Presenter: Michael W. Hall, DC, FIACN

Time: 2 hours

Presentation: Teleseminar

Course Description:

This presentation will address the more contemporary understandings of the physiological changes that occur within the central nervous system due to the adverse presence of pain. Frontal and parietal lobe diminished blood flow, hypometabolism, and hypervigilant sympathetic nervous system will be shown. The clinical meaning of this physiological change will be discussed in depth as it relates to chiropractic management, patient outcomes, and prognostic determinations.

 

Course Outline:

  1. Pain – Types and Characteristics
    1. Nociception
    2. Neuropathic
    3. Central Wind-Up / Dyesthesia
  2. Physiology of Pain and the Central Nervous System
    1. Endogenous Modulation
    2. Shift towards Sympathetic Escape
    3. Degenerative and Inflammatory Changes
  3. Clinical Ramifications of Unresolved Chronic Pain
    1. Signs and Symptoms
    2. Metabolism / Hypometabolism
    3. HPA / Sympathoexcitatory Circuitry
    4. Depression / Behavioural Disorders
  4. Clinical Management
    1. Where’s the evidence for Chiropractic?
    2. Laboratory / Nutrition
    3. Rehabilitation

 

 

02/26/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 304

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

  1. Physical Performance / QFCE (Slides)

Discuss the application of observation, palpation, ROM, provocative testing, physical performance tests, neurological tests, and special testing

 

 

02/28/15   9-11 AM CT

Radiology 302: Normal Variants of the Thoracic Spine

2 Hours

Sandra Norton, DC, FACCR

1) Thoracic 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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