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X-Ray and Rehab: How do they work together?, 11/07/2023, On Demand More info »
Live Webinar

X-Ray and Rehab: How Do They Work Together?


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Topics:
Clinical |  Diagnosis |  Examination & Consultation |  Radiology
Speaker:
Dr. Jeff McKinley, DC
Duration:
1 Hour

Dates



Description

X-rays are taken to rule out contraindications for spinal manipulation, to evaluate biomechanics, and to assist in diagnosis.  But can they be useful in determining rehab options?  The webinar will review some x-ray biomechanical measurements and how they can help guide potential rehab.  This webinar is designed to give the doctor practical information that can be used in daily practice.

This webinar is sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.

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Speaker

Dr. Jeff McKinley, DC's Profile

Dr. Jeff McKinley, DC Related Seminars and Products

Foot Levelers, Inc.


In practice since 1990 in McMinnville, TN, he is the clinical director of Middle Tennessee Spine & Joint, a multi-disciplinary practice that includes chiropractic, medical, physical therapy, and massage therapy. He is a member of the Medicare Carrier Advisory Committee for Tennessee, a member of the ACA?s Medicare Committee, and has lectured to chiropractic physicians and staff on Medicare issues


Reviews

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Overall:      4.3

Total Reviews: 127

Comments

Scott K - New Lenox, Illinois

"good course"

Evangelia S - Addison, Illinois

"n/a"

Stuart H - Elgin, Illinois

"none"

Bradley B - Chicago, Illinois

"X-raying every single patient is a way to over charge patients and frankly is unethical. Medical imaging should be used if there are red flags in exam and/or history and should not be used as a blanket exam technique for every patient."

Ira C - Niles, Illinois

"no"

Linda Z - Des Plaines, Illinois

"too basic, needed more rehab, handouts needed to be illustrated or explained in greater depth"

Matthew C - Greenville, Illinois

"Good lecture, sometimes hard to hear and ran out of time towards the end. Would like to see him back for another lecture. Matt C"