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Topic: Whiplash 202
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Steve Yeomans, DC, FACO
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!
A. Treatment Guidelines
C. WAD Grades
D. Time since Injury
E. Pain Experience
F. Chronicity Factors
G. Guideline Development Committee (GDC) Consensus
H. Croft Guidelines
I. Clinical Prediction Rule
J. North American Spine Institute (NASI)
A. Neck Pain and the Decade of the Bone and Joint 2000-2010
B. WAD Classification (Quebec Task Force 1995, 2001)
C. Bronfort (UK Chiropractic and Osteopathy 2010)
A. The Initial Visit
2. Consultation / History Form
3. Past History
4. Review of Systems
5. Expanded History Form
6. Outcomes Assessment Forms
• Understand treatment guidelines related to WAD
• Apply the “Clinical Prediction Rule” to improve outcomes
• Develop improved a history format relevant to WAD
• Implement outcome assessments in the management of WAD
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.
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