Join me and the National Spine Management Group for our weekly Chiropractic Case Management presentations.  These are FREE to the Chiropractic community UNLESS you would like to put them on your CV (recommended) or use the credits toward licensure in your state.  There is a small fee for those that want to purchase credits, which are approved through the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards PACE Program.  The following link will allow you to purchase credits in one, five, and ten credit bundles.  Each presentation is one hour and one credit.  Additionally, there is a link to the PACE website for you to review whether your state is a PACE approved state.  For additional questions, you can email Jody at jpeccia@nationalspinemanagement.com.

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September 09, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Disc Herniation

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage cervical disc herniation in the traumatically injured patient. Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

September 16, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Radiculopathy

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage cervical radiculopathy in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

September 23, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Lumbar Disc Herniation

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage lumbar disc herniation in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

September 30, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Lumbar Radiculopathy

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage lumbar radiculopathy in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

October 07, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Facet Syndrome

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage cervical facet syndrome in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

October 14, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Lumbar Facet Syndrome

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage lumbar facet syndrome in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

October 21, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Myelopathy

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage cervical myelopathy in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

October 28, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Acute and Chronic Schmorl’s Nodes

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage acute and chronic Schmorl’s nodes in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

November 4, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Ligament Laxity

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage cervical ligament laxity in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

November 11, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Lumbar Ligament Laxity

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage lumbar ligament laxity in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

November 18, 2021 – Chiropractic Imaging and Management of the Pre-Surgical Patient

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage the pre-surgical patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging .  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples. Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed. Current academic research supporting this program will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

November 25, 2021 – Chiropractic Imaging and Management of the Post-Surgical Patient

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage the post-surgical patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

December 02, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Spinal Compression Fracture

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage acute and chronic spinal compression fractures in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

December 09, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Whiplash

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage whiplash in the traumatically injured patient. Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

December 16, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Syrinx

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage syrinx in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

December 23, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Non-Specific Spine Pain

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage non-specific spine pain in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.

December 30, 2021 – Chiropractic Diagnosis and Management of Degenerative Disc Disease

Learn how to properly diagnose and manage degenerative disc disease in the traumatically injured patient.  Presentation will include review of proper history, neurologic examination, range of motion evaluation, physical examination, and review of criteria for ordering plain film and advanced imaging.  Detailed diagnostic criteria and compliant reporting will be outlined using real world examples.  Interprofessional communication to the primary care physician, pain management specialist, spine surgeon, and attorney will be discussed.  Current academic research supporting this topic will be reviewed and correlated to diagnostic studies.