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Instant Access to Chiropractic Guidelines and Protocols,
2nd Edition

This book was conceived out of frustration over the lack of easy to follow concise practice guidelines available to the practicing doctor of chiropractic and the chiropractic student and intern. This book covers a wide range of relevant information on musculoskeletal conditions and related internal disorders including diagnostic criteria, treatment goals, management protocols and guidelines, nutritional and natural medicine protocols, active rehabilitation, home care, referral guidelines, outcome assessment, and more.

Best Practices in Clinical Chiropractic

Articles from five years of the journal offer a clinical approach to topics such as record keeping, history taking, evaluating soft tissue pain, and deciding how much care is needed. Chapters are grouped in sections on primary care, optimizing practice, and special issues, with material on areas including boundary issues, headache management, and differentiating mechanical pain from visceral pain. Includes lists of Internet resources. Mootz is associate medical director for chiropractic for the State of Washington Department of Labor and Industries in Olympia, Washington. Vernon is associate dean of research and director of the Center for the Study of Spinal Health at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.

Documenting Physical Therapy

* Comprehensive overview of documentation in physical therapy for the purpose of justifying treatment strategies and avoiding claim denials *Case studies illustrate acceptable and unacceptable documentation practices

*Provides suggestions to improve documentation Documenting Physical Therapy provides practitioners with the tools necessary to make documentation a successful and beneficial part of clinical practice. Using the reviewer's perspective, emphasis is placed on documenting components that are essential for coverage determinations.

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