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Chiropractic Webinar Whiplash Overview Part II: Specialty Topics for Whiplash Injury Expertise
8 hr Live Interactive Distance Based Learning
06-17-2023 10:00 AM (EASTERN TIME)

$240.00 USD   Cannot Use Prepaid Credits

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Hour 1:     Low Back and Leg Pain Following Whiplash Injury

  • Point out the probable mechanisms for direct injury to the lower back during motor vehicle collisions.
  • Distinguish between radiculopathy, neuropathy, and sclerogenic referral of extremity pain.

Hour 2:     Whiplash Injury and the Vertebral Artery

  • Review the anatomy of the vertebral-basilar vascular systems.
  • Distinguish between the anterior and posterior circulation.
  • Summarize the signs and symptoms of a cervical spine vascular injury.
  • Solidify the knowledge as to when the suspected vascular injury patient should be referred to diagnostic imaging or emergency services.

Hour 3:     Whiplash Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Explain the differences between a blow brain injury and an inertial brain injury.
  • Define the pathoanatomic and patho-biochemistry of traumatic brain injury.
  • Justify clinical interventions that have a positive therapeutic influence on traumatic brain injury.

Hour 4:     Cervical Disc Herniation

  • Point out the anatomical differences between lumbar and cervical discs.
  • Explore the pathoanatomical and therapeutic differences between lumbar and cervical discs lesions.

Hour 5:     Examinations and Evaluations

  • Explain the minimum examinations that should be performed.
  • Explain the minimum requirements for charting the daily patient contact.

Hour 6:     Informed Consent

  • Define the legal requirements for informed consent for chiropractic care.
  • Review common entities for an informed consent and the rational for each.

Hour 7:     Reports

  • Make recommendations for re-evaluations.
  • Make recommendations for interim reports contents.
  • Explore common academic terminology and concepts in effective report writing.

Hour 8:     Testimony

  • Distinguish between a percipient witness and an expert witness.
  • Explain what a subpoena is and what it means to the treating chiropractor.
  • Explain what a deposition is for the treating chiropractor. Summarize the basic rules of a treating expert deposition.
  • Summarize the mechanics of a personal injury trial from the perspective of the treating chiropractor.

Dan Murphy, DC, DABCO