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Orthopedic Knee Examination
Orthopedic Cervical Spine Examination
Overview of the Neurological Evaluation (Neurological, Part 1)
Arriving at a Diagnosis
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Girth Measurements, Sensory Perception & Reflexes (Neurological, Part 3)
Evaluation & Treatment of Tunnel/Entrapment Syndromes
Writing a Progress Report for a Patient's Insurance Company
Orthopedic Shoulder Examination
Patient Case Management
Orthopedic Lumbar Spine Examination
Muscle Strength (Neurological, Part 4)
Mental Status, Coordination & Cranial Nerve Evaluation (Neurological, Part 2)
Basing Business Decisions on Cost Per Patient
Should I Sign Up with Those HMO's?
Establishing Your Fees
How It Works
K. McNamee, DC, L.Ac.
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Knowledge of the knee's anatomical structures, bio-mechanics, and commonly used orthopedic tests enables the examiner to determine the cause, treatment options and clinical case management. To receive 3 CEU/PDA credits, you must obtain a passing score of 70%. You are given two attempts to pass. View the course prior to committing by clicking the "Read Article" button.
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