Wilmington, NC, July 01, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Historically soft tissue injury documentation has been challenging, but Dr. Wynne’s new Innovative Continuing Education seminar topics show the practicing chiropractor how to objectively document soft tissue injuries, implement recognized therapeutic protocols, narrative report writing, coding and how to incorporate computerized digital analysis of the soft tissue.
Innovative Continuing Education seminars place an emphasis on objectively documenting and measuring the accident injuries relative to insurance based software programs such as Colossus.
Colossus type software programs are commonly used by insurance adjusters to determine accident injury compensation. These software programs include historical data such as the doctor’s record keeping and the attorney litigation history to compose settlement offers.
Dr. Wynne’s accident injury documentation educational material covers how the majority of the data entered into these programs are from the doctor’s notes, reports and narratives. Therefore the doctor who has the knowledge of discovery and documentation is positioned to support their patient’s injury claims.
The Innovative Continuing Education documentation course places significant focus on the objective documentation of soft tissue spinal injuries including the MIST injury.
The continuing education seminar on the documentation of soft tissue spinal injuries includes detailed discussion on the methods of objectively documenting the MIST injury, the therapeutic approach based on the science of the physiological facts of the three phases of healing and how to objectively document injury permanency. Additionally, the Croft Whiplash Guidelines are reviewed and discussed in a practical setting.
Dr. Wynne’s Innovative Continuing Education seminars are approved through the North and South Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners for 12 hours of continuing education. All 12 continuing education hours can be taken in one day.
Dr. Wynne can be reached at Wynne Chiropractic 3418 Wrightsville Avenue Wilmington, N.C. 28403, Phone: (910) 799-2225. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or wynnechiropracticwilmington.com