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  • Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Update Your Knowledge on the Latest Evidence

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course by Dr. William Morgan, DC will uncover the subjective presentation, physical findings, and appearance on MRI of a patient with lumbar central canal stenosis. After completing this course of instruction, the attendee will understand the nuances of lumbar central canal stenosis and should feel confident in identifying and offering conservative care to patients with this malady. This course will attempt to present the most up-to-date research regarding lumbar stenosis.

  • Improving Over-the-Counter Collections

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    While insurance billing and collections is a huge part of practice cash flow, the often over-looked topic of Over-the-Counter (OTC) Collections is one of the keys to improving practice cash flow. In this webinar, Brandy Brimhall will discuss: -Common challenges in over-the-counter collections -How to identify if OTC collections is a weak spot for your practice cash flow -Specific action steps to make immediate improvement in OTC collections for your practice Over-the-counter Collections is not just essential for the health of a practice cash flow but is also a requirement per many rules and regulations. This session is a win-win as it will help guide your practice to immediate improvement of cash flow as well as help practices get into alignment with necessary rules and regulations in this area. This webinar is not for CE credit.

  • Treatment Regimes in Gait Faults to Enhance Performance

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course by Dr. Christine Foss, DC, will dive into human movement and the EBP analysis of facilitated patterns of movement. The lecture will then walk through the biomechanics that predispose the athlete to injury and patterns that drive optimal performance. Lastly, as the seminar continues, it will then progress to demonstrate treatment regimes that unwind faulty movement patterns in the corrective phase of care. The lectures overarching goals is to walk through the process of evaluation and then safely returning the athlete to play with improved biomechanics and enhanced performance.

  • 2020 EDI Forum Leadership Roundtable

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    The purpose of this roundtable is to highlight diverse perspectives from broadly ranging stakeholder types in the chiropractic profession through a conversation that explores how organizations and communities are responding to issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion.

  • COVID-19: Protecting Your License and Reputation Through Compliance

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Covid-19 has taken a grip on everyone including the chiropractic profession, who each and every day have direct contact with their patients, some potential exposed to the virus. In this risk management presentation, Covid-19 insights to help protect your license by proper office procedures, from the point of patient entry through the visit. Compliance insights and documentation to demonstrate proper procedures were adhered to, should a situation occur and how to manage it.

  • Addressing Work from Home Inactivity: An Introduction to Instructing Chair Yoga

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Chair yoga is an easy and approachable active treatment tool which can help address the inactivity experienced working from home. In this webinar, Dr. Vivian Ly, DC will introduce the evidence supporting yoga for low back pain, practice chair yoga, and discuss how to instruct your patients through a chair yoga sequence.

  • Informed Consent and Risk Management in Chiropractic Practice

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    It is an important ethical and legal obligation for all practicing Doctors of Chiropractic to obtain the informed consent of patients before treatment. This presentation by Dr. William Lauretti will help you to create effective and efficient policies for your practice, and help you answer any challenging questions your patients might ask.

  • Keys to Recovery in Persistent Post-concussion Syndrome

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join Dr. Michael Powell, DC, who will provide an overview of the evidence-based procedures he uses with patients who suffer persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS). These patients continue to suffer headache, dizziness, or other symptoms for months or years after their initial injury. Dr. Powell will provide a template for assessment that will enable the chiropractor to provide individualized care for these challenging patients. He will share treatment strategies that lead to faster, more successful outcomes for those with PPCS.

  • Neurology Bundle

    Contains 18 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Purchase this bundle of CE courses covering many aspects of chiropractic neurology and save 10% over the individual price of all 6 courses combined! 1. Neurology of the Posture System​ by Krista Burns, DC 2. Implementing Functional Neurology in Chiropractic Care​ by Matthew Antonucci, DC 3. The Pre-participation Physical and Sports Concussion Management​ by Carlo Guadagno, DC​ 4. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion: An Invisible and Confusing Condition​ by James Lehman, DC 5. Keys to Recovery in Persistent Post-concussion Syndrome​ by Michael Powell, DC 6. Alzheimer's Prevention and Care in the Chiropractic Clinic​ by Michael Powell, DC

  • Home Ergonomics During COVID-19

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join Dr. Scott Bautch for a webinar examining how doctors of chiropractic can keep their patients active, adaptive, and healthy at home through ergonomics during the COVID-19 pandemic. This course will help doctors of chiropractic to better understand the unique challenges of working and studying from home. This will include reviewing mechanical ergonomics versus human ergonomics; discussing the unique challenges of working from home, such as workstation design with limited resources and lack of mobility; designing a home care program for people working and studying from home; and reviewing what early data is saying about the health effects of working from home both physically and emotionally.