Minnesota No-Fault Auto Insurance Consumer Protection Act (2013) (Proposed) -- For Discussion Only
Intro to Video X-ray and CRMA -- Assessing Spine Sprains in a Skeptical Insurance World
VIDEO -- "DEMONSTRATING SEVERITY" -- Part 1 -- The Key to Documenting Sprain / Strain in a Skeptical Insurance World -- A115-0060-Sep-14-2014 -- Compares and Contrasts Digital Motion X-ray and CRMA -- Introduces Tools For Facilitating Communication Between Providers, Attorneys, and Adjusters on Soft-Tissue Injuries, Including Spine Sprain
STANDARDIZED REFERRAL SHEET -- Video X-ray
PROPOSED DIAGNOSTIC PROTOCOL -- Video X-ray
CORRELATION DOCUMENT -- For Correlating the Severity of the Injury to the Croft / ICAC Treatment Duration Guidelines (for InjuryHELP Members Only)
SPECIAL HIPAA AUTHORIZATION FORM – Sample form for obtaining authorization to discuss the results of a Video X-ray / CRMA with other stakeholders in an educational setting (for InjuryHELP Members Only)
INJURYHELP ALERT -- "Digital Motion X-ray (DMX) Plays Role in Recent $743,000* Jury Award (Hudson / St. Croix County, WI) -- An Informative PI Case in the Minnesota-Wisconsin Area Where Video X-ray of Ligament Injuries Helped to Overcome an IME Which Said That the 'Patient Wasn’t Injured at All Due to the Accident.'”
VIDEO -- "Want to Build a Thriving Cash-PI Practice? Empower Your Practice Through Law!" This video introduces both the benefits of -- and also key strategies for -- developing a thriving Cash-PI practice. Special attention is given to unrepresented cases (cases where the patient doesn't wish to retain an attorney), and how understanding these cases can unlock many secrets associated with accident injury case management.
Do you treat spinal soft-tissue injuries and spinal chronic pain? In his latest article, Dr. Jeff Cronk DC, CICE explains the need for providers who treat such injuries – irrespective of specialty or profession -- to perform standardized spinal ligament assessments. No longer the sole domain of any one profession or specialty, standardized spinal ligament assessments represent where the health care industry is going. “For the first time,” writes Dr. Cronk, “one test, establishing patient-specific results, can be understood and interpreted the same by every Spinal Care Provider in the Spinal Care Industry.” Dr. Cronk invites anyone with questions to call him directly at Spinal Kinetics West at 715-833-8533. Alternatively, you are encouraged to check out the FREE “evidenced-based” educational program which is available to all providers for 24/7 viewing.