New Haven, CT, May 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Rubino implements 3 major documentation procedures to document, measure and show patients, attorneys, and insurance companies evidence of soft tissue injuries. The 3 major documentation procedures are the science of the 3 phases of healing, soft tissue spinal diagnostic testing called computerized radiographic mensuration analysis, and a medical team approach.
The objective science of the 3 phases of healing documents a patient's soft tissue spinal injury. The science of the three phases of healing is the irrefutable evidence of how soft tissue in the body is injured and heals.
The second major documentation procedure Dr. Rubino implements is an objective diagnostic testing procedure called radiographic computerized mensuration analysis or CRMA. The use of CRMA is used specifically to pinpoint where and to what degree spinal mobility has been altered and/or ligament damage has occurred.
The use of CRMA is diagnostic and show areas of spinal impairment. The impairment ratings are based on the AMA Guides to impairment.
Patients and Personal Injury Attorneys love the CRMA report because now they can see, understand, and demonstrate soft tissue spinal injuries. This includes "Alteration Of Spinal Motion Integrity" which is a common consequence of soft tissue injuries and it can initiate the beginning stages of spinal arthritis and cause significant pain and dysfunction.
Dr. Rubino uses the documentation of CRMA and the science of the 3 phases of healing to determine the proper therapeutic approach, measure the patient's response to treatment, and identify when patients are at maximum medical improvement or have a permanent injury.
The third major documentation procedure Dr. Rubino employs is the use of a medical team in the diagnosis, treatment, and the documentation of soft tissue injuries. The medical team includes orthopedist, neurologist, pain management specialist, radiologist, and chiropractors.