ARIZONA: 12-HOUR BUNDLE #2 FOR $195

ARIZONA: 12-HOUR BUNDLE #2 FOR $195

$195.00

This 12 hour bundle will save you $45 off the per credit price

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MIGRAINE HEADACHES – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

This course will review the basic principles of the etiology of Migraine Headaches. We will also focus on the evaluation and treatment of patients suffering with this condition.

CERVICOGENIC HEADACHES – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

This course reviews the clinical presentation of cervicogenic headache, proposed diagnostic criteria, pathophysiologic mechanisms, and methods of diagnostic evaluation. Guidelines for developing a successful multidisciplinary pain management program using medication, physical therapy, osteopathic manipulative treatment, other non pharmacologic modes of treatment, and anesthetic interventions are also presented.

DOCUMENTATION – Credit Hours: 2Risk Management

This course will provide you with the basic principles of documentation to establish medical necessity for the treatments you provide for your patients. In today’s healthcare environment more and more chiropractors are experiencing post payment audits. If an audit reveals that the medical necessity for the treatment was not supported in the notes, then the provider is required to refund the insurance company. This course will give you all the necessary forms and concepts to protect you from these audits.

POST TRAUMATIC HEADACHES – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

This course will review the basic principles of the etiology of Post Traumatic Headaches. We will also focus on the evaluation and treatment of patients suffering with this condition.

SPINAL PAIN SYNDROMES – Credit Hours: 1Clinical

This course will present the clinical aspects of pain. You will learn about the differences between Sclerotogenous, Myofascial, Visceral and Neuropathic pain syndromes. This will include a review of the literature of Bogduk, Lord and Kuslich.

THE NEUROLOGY OF PAIN – Credit Hours: 1Clinical

This course will examine the neurological and physiological aspects of pain transmission and pain perception. Included in this discussion is an in depth analysis of the innate pain modulation systems that, when activated, will reduce a patient’s perception of pain without medication.

TENSION TYPE HEADACHES – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

This course will review the basic principles of the etiology of tension type headaches. We will also focus on the evaluation and treatment of patients suffering with this condition.

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