"AHA" FOR THE QME SPINAL EVALUATOR

In the QME spinal evaluation, the concepts of "radiculopathy" and "pain related impairment" are grossly misunderstood.  FEW examinees have true radiculopathy and really, qualify at most only for "non-verifiable radiculopathy."  True radiculopathy has very SPECIFIC physical examination findings that are absent in most examinees.  In addition, very few spine injury cases qualify for additional discretionary impairment due to "pain."  Learn the REAL reasons why "radiculopathy" and "pain related impairment" rarely rarely rarely ever exist in our typical spine injury evaluations. 

 

Topics include:

  • Radiculopathy Part 1
  • Radiculopathy Part 2
  • Radiculopathy Hoffman Reflex
  • Radiculopathy Part 3
  • Radiculopathy Part 4
  • Radiculopathy Brachial Plexus
  • Pain Related Impairment Part 1
  • Pain Related Impairment Part 2

Learn HOW to make your final opinions and conclusions - especially on Permanent Impairment - a true and accurate description of the examinee's ACTUAL condition!

 

For Chiropractors, this Course qualifies for Board of Chiropractic Examiners (BCE) credits for 6 hours of Category "B" credits for "General Topics."

"AHA" FOR THE QME SPINAL EVALUATOR
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