11/12/2020 7-9 PM CT Orthopedics 305: Cervical Spine Instability – The “How To”
November 12, 2020
November 12, 2020
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11/12/2020 7-9 PM CT
Topic: Orthopedics 305: Cervical Spine Instability – The “How To”
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Steven G. Yeomans, DC, FACO
Course Description: A review of cervical spine instability and the recent 2020 study compared to the AMA Guides methods of rating instability followed by a court case study of a 21 year old male.
- Define condition
- 6th Edition AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment – C-spine instability
- Court case study
- Article: Diagnostic Accuracy of Videofluoroscopy for Symptomatic Cervical Spine Injury Following Whiplash Trauma
- Discuss cervical spine instability as a condition.
- Review the AMA Guides Methods.
- Outline the court case study of a 21 year old male.
- Evaluate an article from International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Dr. Steven G. Yeomans began his practice in 1979 by joining his father as a third generation chiropractor in Ripon, WI. He completed a 5-year residency orthopedic program and became board certified in 1985. He accepted his first post-graduate teaching position with the National College of Chiropractic in 1989 and since, has acquired chiropractic post-graduate teaching positions with 7 other Chiropractic colleges. Since 1984, Dr. Yeomans has lectured abroad and throughout the U.S. and Canada on topics including Impairment and disability rating (currently 6th edition), Industrial consulting, carpal tunnel syndrome and cumulative trauma disorders, rehabilitation, whiplash, documentation, physical therapy, outcomes assessment and orthopedics. In the year 2000, the textbook, The Clinical Application of Outcomes Assessment was released by Appleton & Lange. He maintains his private practice in Ripon, WI with a partner and continues to actively write and lecture.