Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 214: Using Anatomy and Diagnoses to Manage the Shoulder
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Topic: Case Studies 214: Using anatomy and differential diagnoses to successfully manage shoulder conditions
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Heather Wright, DC, CCEP
Chiropractic Conditions Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment (2 hours) Common Shoulder Issues. The course explores shoulder conditions from history through discharge. You will learn diagnosis and treatment pearls as well as co-treatment options for refractory patients. Improve your chiropractic skill set while earning chiropractic CE credits!
- Common types of presentation
- Differential diagnoses
- Chiropractic treatment options
- Treatment planning and quantitative goals
- Collaborative care options for refractory patients
- Documentation and coding
- Treatment demonstrations & practicums
- Discuss the common types of shoulder presentations
- Evaluate chiropractic treatment options
- Develop treatment planning with quantitative clinical goals
- Incorporated documentation and coding pearls
Dr. Wright received her Bachelor of Science in 1997- Summa Cum Laude -Tarleton State University under full scholarship. She graduated with her Doctor of Chiropractic-2001 Presidential Top Graduate- Palmer College of Chiropractic, where she attended on multiple scholarships. Dr. Wright is a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner since 2003 with post-doctorate specialist status in the care and rehabilitation of sports injuries, shoulder problems, feet issues, and other extremity conditions. She, also, has a special interest and post-graduate training in Animal Chiropractic. Dr. Wright maintains a busy practice in Weatherford Texas. She is passionate about Chiropractic and teaching.
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