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Clinical Acupuncture Orthopedics – November 14 & 15, 2020

CLINICAL ACUPUNCTURE ORTHOPEDICS

Become proficient in the treatment of pain. It’s time to break away from cookbook treatment.

Clinical acupuncture orthopedics is a course designed to teach the practitioner in the treatment of conditions related to the spine as well as the upper and lower extremities that are often seen in the Chiropractic clinic daily. There is a relationship of the subluxation complex and dysfunctions which produces pain in various parts of the body and this will be discussed. This course covers headaches of various types, cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral spinal issues. Additionally, the upper and lower extremities will be covered by each particular joint. Treatment review of proper needling and other non-needle treatment such as cupping, Gua sha and electrical stimulation procedures and the different machines used. Clinical Diagnostic tools will be presents to assist the Doctor in treatment recommendation.

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR CLINICAL ACUPUNCTURE ORTHOPEDICS

Clinical acupuncture orthopedics is a course designed to teach the practitioner in the treatment of conditions related to the spine as well as the upper and lower extremities that are often seen in the Chiropractic clinic daily. There is a relationship of the subluxation complex and dysfunctions which produces pain in various parts of the body and this will be discussed. This course covers headaches of various types, cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral spinal issues. Additionally, the upper and lower extremities will be covered by each particular joint. Treatment review of proper needling and other non-needle treatment such as cupping, Gua Sha and electrical stimulation procedures and the different machines used. Clinical Diagnostic tools will be presents to assist the Doctor in treatment recommendation.

COURSE OBJECTIVES FOR CLINICAL ACUPUNTURE ORTHOPEDICS

The attendee will learn treatment protocols for:

Headaches – By location, pain types and pattern.
Neck pain, Midback pain & Low back pain – when to use local treatments and when distal treatments & which may be more effective at particular times.
Upper extremity conditions of the shoulder, elbow and wrist.
Lower extremity conditions of the hip, knee and ankle.
Hand & Feet conditions.
Auricular points related to Headache, Spinal Pain & Extremity conditions.
Mirror Techniques.
Needle Techniques.
Course Outline

SATURDAY

Saturday – 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Ethics (1 Hour)
Ethics – Definitions
Common Ethical Issues
Scope of Practice – Rule 78.13 Scope of Practice
Inappropriate advertising
Breaking Confidentiality
Misrepresentation of education status
Sexual Misconduct
Financial impropriety
Misleading claims of curative abilities
Violation of local/state/federal laws or regulations
Chiropractic Ethics as defined by the TBCE Administrative Code (Rule 77.11 Code of Ethics)
Boundary issues in the Chiropractic practice – Doctor / Patient, Doctor Staff / Staff / Patient
Code of Ethics – ICA (International Chiropractic Association) / ACA (American Chiropractic Association)
Review the chiropractic oath as it applies to everyday chiropractic care.

Record Keeping (1 Hour)
Rules for documentation of patient records per TBCE
(Rule 77.8 Records and Documentation)
Informed Consent
OUM Malpractice Insurance company outline
Role of the Doctor & employee in the rules of HIPAA

Documentation & Coding (1 Hour)
Coding and Billing (Overview of ICD-10)
Basic CPT Coding

Risk Management (1 Hour)

Risk management refers to the identification, investigation, analysis, and evaluation of risks and the selection of the most advantageous method of correcting, reducing, or eliminating, identifiable risks.  This will be attained by presenting the specific TAC codes relating to the below issues;
Continuing Education – Rule 75.5
Failure to Meet Continuing Education Requirements – Rule 75.6
Notification and Change of Address – Rule 75.1
Renewal of Chiropractic License – Rule 75.2
Patient’s Rights to Disclosure of Charges – Rule 77.3
Misleading Clams – Rule 77.4
Request for Information and Records from Licensees – Rule 77.7
Rules to Prevent Fraud – Rule 77.10
Prepaid Treatment Plans – Rule 77.12
Grossly Unprofessional Conduct – Rule 78.1
Scope of Practice – Rule 78.13
Acupuncture – Rule 78.14

Saturday – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

1:00 to 1:30 – Introduction

1:30 to 1:50 – Subluxation Complex
The relationship of the subluxation complex of the spinal levels with the treatment of pain in the various parts of the body.

2:00 to 2:50 – Basic Theory
Yin/Yang
Eight Principles
Qi/Blood/Body Fluids/Essence/Shen
Six External Pathogens / Seven Emotional Factors

3:00 to 3:50 – TREATMENT OF PAIN & TYPES OF TREATMENT
Acute & Chronic Pain
Acupuncture / Cupping / Gua Sha / Moxibustion / Electrical stimulation / Auricular

4:00 to 4:50 HEADACHES

Diseases/Symptoms of Headaches
Etiology
Diagnosis by Channels
Diagnosis by pain
Identification of patterns
Treatment

SUNDAY

Sunday – 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

8:00 to 8:50 HEADACHES (Continued if needed)

9:00 to 9:50 NECK PAIN & OTHER NECK DISORDERS
Etiology/Pathology/Diagnosis/Differentiation & Treatment (Acupuncture & other modalities)

10:00 to 10:50 – SHOULDER PAIN & OTHER SHOULDER DISORDERS
Etiology/Pathology/Diagnosis/Differentiation & Treatment (Acupuncture & other modalities)

11:00 to 11:50 – ELBOW / WRIST / HAND & FINGER PAIN & OTHER SHOULDER DISORDERS
Etiology/Pathology/Diagnosis/Differentiation & Treatment (Acupuncture & other modalities)

1:00 to 1:50 – THORACIC PAIN & OTHER THORACIC DISORDERS
Etiology/Pathology/Diagnosis/Differentiation & Treatment (Acupuncture & other modalities)

Sunday – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

2:00 to 2:50 – LOWBACK PAIN & OTHER LOWBACK DISORDERS
Etiology/Pathology/Diagnosis/Differentiation & Treatment (Acupuncture & other modalities)

3:00 to 3:50 – HIP & KNEE PAIN & OTHER RELATED DISORDERS

4:00 to 4:50 – ANKLE & FOOT PAIN & OTHER RELATED DISORDERS

Discussion, demonstration & practice of various Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine techniques which provides treatment to the Subluxation complex & other extremity disorders.

Closing Questions and Comments

TBCE Mandatory Hours – 4 Hours / Clinical Acupuncture Orthopedics – 12 Acupuncture Hours
16 Total Hours

Seminar Times

Saturday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm / Sunday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
16.0 hours

Acupuncture Continuing Education & TBCE Hours co-sponsored by TCA


Limited Seating

 

Prepaid more that 14 days in advance of class date   $425.00 Save $120.00
Prepaid after that 14 days in advance of class date   $450.00 Save  $70.00
At the Door   $475.00

 

Details

Start:
November 14
End:
November 15
Cost:
$400.00 – $475.00
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Venue

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton
3051 N. Stemmons Fwy.
Dallas, TX 75247 United States
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Phone:
214.631.1300

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