Lexington, KY, August 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Justin Pearce of Mill Pond Family Chiropractic Supports His Patients Soft Tissue Spinal Injury Treatment and Accident Injury Claim Using Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis, the Science of the 3 Phases of Healing and a Medical Team Approach.
Accident injury patients often suffer from a common but little know soft tissue injury called “Alteration of Motion Segment Integrity or Altered Intersegmental Motion.”
These injures are present in as many as 80% or motor vehicle accident injuries. However, due to many doctors lack of training in spinal biomechanics and the objective evaluation procedures this injury often goes undocumented.
The clinical significance of the soft tissue injury “Alteration of Motion Segment Integrity” or AOMSI is a permanent injury resulting in life long patient suffering.
The administrative significance of documenting AOMSI is the injury supports a spinal impairment which results in up to a 25% impairment according to the AMA Guides for Impairment.
Patients soft tissue injuries are documented using a very unique procedure call computerized radiographic mensuration analysis or CRMA. The CRMA analysis involves objective documentation of normal and abnormal intervertebral spinal motion.
Alteration of spinal motion segment integrity is a vital human function and can cause significant pain and permanent dysfunction of the spine.
Dr. Pearce bases his treatment and documentation on the science of the three phases of healing which includes the inflammation phase, the repair phase, and the remodel phase. The science of the 3 phases of healing supports the therapeutic approach, permanency and the need for future care.
Dr. Pearce’s medical team includes orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, pain management specialist and medical radiologist.
Dr. Pearce can be contacted at Mill Pond Family Chiropractic, 3650 Boston Rd. Ste. 188, Lexington, KY, 40514, and Phone: 859-219-0617 or MillPondChiropractic.com.