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On Demand

Current Evidence-Based Scoliosis Examination and Documentation

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Diagnosis |  Examination & Consultation |  General Documentation
Paul Fisher, DC, MS
1 Hour


Understand the current evidence-based steps in properly evaluating a patient who you suspect of having scoliosis.   This will cover thorough history including family history; understand limitations and outcome scales, and proper orthopedic and neurological testing to determine proper imaging from plain film to MRI (and what sections to scan).  Also covered will be differences in adult vs. juvenile onset scoliosis with risk or progression. This course was originally presented by Dr. Paul Fisher on May 14, 2019.


This webinar is being sponsored by Gold Coast Chiropractic.




Overall:      4.4

Total Reviews: 351


Lauren B - McHenry, Illinois


Nathan P - Arlington Heights, Illinois

"Dr. Fisher is fantastic"

August Anthony F - Crete, Illinois


Hector R - Cicero, Illinois

"Good program"

Raj D - Forest Park, Illinois


Gary S - Macomb, Illinois

"materials were hard to read. as compared to most presenters i sense that he went too fast. he did not really explain how chiropractic can help scoliosis.gary.s."

Leon W - Des Plaines, Illinois

"good presentation"

Meaghan C - Naperville, Illinois

"This talk was better than the first. I still find it frustrating that more specific detail isn't given about evaluating X-rays. (ex. the skol? line and what landmarks are used to evaluate). He also said that screenings aren't as reliable so we need to assess to determine risk, but then didn't say how. Most frustrating is the lack of support for adjustments in management. He refers to it as pain based but myself and other docs I know have had success reducing with adjustments"

Thomas K - Bourbonnais, Illinois

"A lot of very important information. Many terms I was not familiar with or maybe a remedial explanation of these terms would be helpful."

Karen R - Lisle, Illinois