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3 Minute Functional Exam


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical |  CCSP Renewal Approved
Topics:
Clinical |  Diagnosis
Speaker:
Dr. Tim Bertelsman, DC DACO
Duration:
1 Hour 05 Minutes



Description

This practical and entertaining webinar will cover a 3-minute functional evaluation for identifying seven commonly overlooked problems that delay recovery. In one way or another, these seven “functional” diagnoses contribute to many, if not all, of the “structural” diagnoses that chiropractors treat. The webinar will show attendees how to quickly screen for:

  • Upper Crossed Syndrome
  • Scapular Dyskinesis
  • Lower Crossed Syndrome
  • Hip Abductor Weakness
  • Paradoxical Breathing
  • Spinal Instability
  • Foot Hyperpronation

Healthcare is changing- and regardless of who is ultimately paying for your care, they want results! Recognition and management of these seven diagnoses can dramatically and immediately improve your clinical results. You will leave this webinar with practical, evidence-based skills for quickly resolving musculoskeletal pain from head to toe.

This course was originally presented on January 28, 2020, by Dr. Tim Bertelsman and sponsored by ChiroUp.

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Overall:      4.6

Total Reviews: 641

Comments

John W - Northbrook, Illinois

"It was a fantastic seminar. Very informative."

Mark G - St. Charles, Illinois

"Nice update on things that are easy to leave out of complete patient care."

Stuart H - Elgin, Illinois

"None"

Hector R - Cicero, Illinois

"Great rhythm of presentation"

Dylan D - Chicago, Illinois

"great webinar."

Kiley F - Lombard, Illinois

"Great presentation - excellent take-away points to use in clinic."

Hilda H - Genoa, Illinois

"I loved the information that was presented in the seminar. "

Jeanne L - Vernon Hills, Illinois

"Always a great speaker"

Justin H - Carrollton, Illinois

"no"

James S - Chicago, Illinois

"Hes the best speaker so far"

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