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On Demand

Essentials of Effective Scoliosis Management


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Topics:
Clinical |  Neurology |  Orthopedic |  Treatment Plans
Speakers:
Paul Fisher, DC, MS |  Dr. Daniel Jacobazzi, DC, PT
Duration:
1 Hour 4 Min



Description

This course was originally presented by Dr. Paul Fisher on June 19, 2018 sponsored by Gold Coast Chiropractic.

This webinar aims to be an introduction that updates the clinical knowledge of participants to understand the best management options for scoliosis.  It will update the practical skills for chiropractic physicians when assessing and managing the scoliosis patient, and bring the Clinician up-to-date with the latest evidence-based information about scoliosis screening, diagnosis, and non-surgical management. Importantly this webinar will help to define the role of the chiropractor in the health care community, when chiropractic management and treatment are appropriate and when collaboration and co-management are the best options. 

 

Specific learning outcomes include:

1.     Understand how to accurately perform a scoliosis screening consistent with the 2015 SRS guidelines

2.     Differentiate between scoliotic and non-scoliotic postural deviations. 

3.     Understand the keys to an effective clinical examination including specific neurological and orthopedic tests that are important for pathological screening in scoliosis 

4.     Differentiate between the treatment and management options for children and adults.

5.     Understand modern scoliosis bracing and how it differs from traditional approaches, including the evidence behind modern bracing approaches.

 

Sponsored by: Gold Coast Chiropractic and Align Joint and Spine

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Reviews

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Overall:      4.3

Total Reviews: 240

Comments

Tony M - Naperville, Illinois

"The OnDemand webinar kept skipping, I watched the webinar twice and still did not finish due to Skipping to end of webinar. "

Jeremy D - Carol Stream, Illinois

"None"

Gary S - Macomb, Illinois

"none"

Michelle D - Naperville, Illinois

"I feel better prepared and equipped to care for and refer for those with scoliosis including adults!"

Amelia C - Chicago, Illinois

"Thank you"

Sheila W - Decatur, Illinois

"the microphone was a huge distraction. The volume fluctuated a lot and it sounded like he was moving toward and away from the microphone constantly. "

Rob G

"The microphone cutting in and out was distracting."

Petrina J - Carol Stream, Illinois

"None"

Mark W - Marion, Illinois

"would be great to have follow-up classes with more emphasis on in-clinic management"

Michael J - DOWNERS GROVE, Illinois

"No"

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