....                                             George Curry DC....    Kendra Becker-Musante DC...Peter Sulack DC   Angel Tribuno DC   

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Friday, May 10, 2019 at 7:00 PM EDT
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Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7:00 PM EDT

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Yale OMNI Hotel
155 Temple Street
New Haven, CT 06510


 
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Connecticut Chiropractic Council
Connecticut Chiropractic Council
203-483-0084
info@ctcouncil.com

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5 Mandatory CE * +  7 Additional CE Credits

Course Objective:      To provide the Doctor of Chiropractic with an integrated education in the Science of chiropractic; incorporating clinical reasoning with outcome assessment.  Review of the neurophysiology of system dysfunctions (PTSD, Opioid Addiction and Mental health conditions common to veterans and family members) verses adaptation mechanisms and their relationship to the disease processes and intrinsic wellness health architecture.   In addition, this multiple layered lecture program will include aspects of the pathogenesis of Lyme Disease.  Clinical Record Keeping and documentation of the patient healthcare file will be reviewed in postgraduate level advanced detail. Finally, medical marijuana eligibility and use will be covered in detail

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Friday; May 10, 2019  7:00pm-10:00pm  George Curry, DC   3 CE Credits 

Advanced review of evidence-based practice through expanding clinical research case studies.

  • Chiropractic and mental health disorders; research addressing mental health issues and chiropractic care ranging from single case reports to randomized clinical trials.
  • Advanced review of subluxation as a complex of functional and/or structural and/or pathological articular changes that compromise neural integrity in mental health disorders.
  • A systematic review of chiropractic manipulation therapy to restore functional and/or structural and/or pathological articular changes that compromise neural integrity. 
  • This course will provide an overview of clinical research that supports the clinical implications and application of chiropractic that address challenging clinical case presentations.  
  • This course uses an approach by combing clinical case-based reviews and the practitioner’s duties related to the bioethical scope of chiropractic clinical practice.

 Saturday May 11, 2019 

 9:00am-10:00am  Kendra Becker-Musante, ND  1 CE Credit
The Basics of Lyme Disease

  • Discuss Lyme disease, its vectors of transmission, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, clinical diagnosis and therapeutic options.
  • Overview of clinical manifestations.
  • Recognize common and uncommon presentations of Lyme disease.

10:00am-12:00pm   Peter Sulack, DC  2 CE Credits  
Mental health conditions common to veterans & family members  

  • Participants will learn how trauma affects the body, mind, and brain, and how individuals respond to the fear and terror that accompanies trauma.
  • Participants will identify how trauma impacts thinking, feelings, self-regulation, resiliency, and the victim’s ability to differentiate between danger and safety.
  • Participants will outline the underlying principles that guide trauma healing practices.
  • Participants will identify the most effective clinical treatment strategies and learn how to incorporate those strategies into clinical practice.
  • Participants will have the opportunity to review clinical case examples and scientific studies that provide insight into traumatic experiences and novel therapeutic approaches.
  • Participants will define how chiropractic can help trauma survivors.

12:00pm-1:00pm   Peter Sulack, DC  1 CE Credit
Manual therapies for chronic pain/management of patients during opioid crisis*

  • Participants will explore the neuroscience behind brain structure, pain pathway, and the physiology of Opioid addiction.
  • Participants will examine proven, effective techniques for decreasing cravings and improving decision making among those using and/or addicted to opioids.
  • Participants will review clinical case examples and scientific studies that provide insight into Opioid addiction.
  • Participants will learn how chiropractic (proprioception), thought process, and adaptogens directly restore the negative physiological effects of Opioid addiction and pain pathways.
  • Participants will Identify the most effective clinical treatment strategies and learn how to incorporate those strategies into clinical practice.                

1:00pm-2:00pm             LUNCH                      NO CE CREDIT 

2:00pm-6:00 PM    Angel Tribuno DC   4 CE Credits
Case Management of the Clinical Record

This course will provide the chiropractic health care provider with current outcome assessment guidelines concerning documentation; physician quality reporting, compliance with prescribed treatment plans and documentation of medically necessary care per Medicare parameters. Advanced focused support for evaluation and case management specific record keeping and documentation for patient case records will be reviewed in detail.  This enhanced and advanced clinical documentation program will allow chiropractic healthcare providers to have a credible systematic approach to supporting their documentation in all portions of a healthcare record that includes and is not limited to the dimension of quality control.  These dimensions are: 1) the structure, which represents the attributes of settings where care is delivered; 2) the process, or whether or not good healthcare practices are followed; and 3) the outcome, which is the impact of the care on health status.

  • Accurately apply diagnosis code utilizing ICD-10, CPT, and HCPCS.
  • Identify the importance of reporting code assignment correctly and the subsequent impact. 
  • Documentation compliance that confirm the true and actual facts of the patient clinical case.
  • Pre-existing conditions verses acute health care issues v. chronic exacerbations and the documentation of the same.
  • Essential health benefits guidelines and the documentation of restorative medically necessary care verses non- medically necessary care.
  • Identify the importance of reporting code assignment and the subsequent reimbursement impact. 

6:00pm-7:00pm    Anngel Tribuno DC   1 CE Credit 
Medical marijuana - eligibility and use *

  • Medical Marijuana; eligibility and use in Connecticut
  • List the conditions commonly treated with medical marijuana. 
  • Medical marijuana qualifications and requirements  
  • Physician requirements and eligibility musts 
  • Medical Marijuana Access in Connecticut
  • Potential benefits of the palliative use of marijuana  

 

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