Chiropractic Management of Lumbar Disc Derangements
Dr. William Morgan
The online learner will expand his/her understanding of managing lumbar disc derangements. The course objectives include:
- Understand the anatomy and function of the disc, the types of disc derangements, and the lexicon for describing disc lesions
- Identify probable disc derangements through history, observation/examination, and imagery
- Determine the safest course of management
Understand the concept of evidence-based practice
- Learn the mechanism of injury for disc herniations
- Learn to perform an efficient and meaningful orthopedic/neurologic exam
- Learn to identify disc lesions
- Learn how to conservatively manage a disc derangement
- Learn when to refer
- 5 hours of Course Content
- End of Course Assessment
- End of Course Survey
- Course Completion Certificate
This course has been approved by:
State Board Approvals:
(AR, AZ, CA (2/1/20-12/31/20), GA (2/1/20-12/31/20), NM, TX, AB (2/9/20-6/30/20))
PACE Approved States:
AK, KS, ME, MA, MN, NV, NJ, NC, ND, SC, SD, TN, NS
Auto-Approved States (States not requiring applications):
CO, CT, DE, ID, IL, IA, MD, MI, MT, NE, OH, OR, RI, UT, VA, VT, WA, DC, BC, MAN, ON, PEI, QB, YK
For PACE and Auto-Approved states, users are advised to check with their boards to ensure this is in accordance with state rules and regulations.
- All courses must be completed by 12/31/2020.
- After successfully purchasing your course, your course can be accessed through selecting the expand button listed below or through your CE profile page.
- Successful completion of the course requires an 80% or better on all quizzes.
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