Academy of Chiropractic Personal Injury & Primary Spine Care Program

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From the Desk of Dr. Mark Studin
Academy of Chiropractic
Preamble: Many of the issues I bring to you are very small, yet each issue is just that, an issue. If you take care of the small issues, then you will be able to build and more importantly, focus on the bigger issues...a larger practice and more family time.

"Index of Medical-Legal Bi-Monthly Fliers"

This is what was just posted on the Web site under "Educational Materials." This is  listed as "0" so it is always in the beginning and easy to find. Every other week, when a new flyer (topic) is added, we will add it to the index so that you have an updated list bi-weekly to share with the lawyers. 
 
I am now soliciting everyone's advice on how to better use this library. Please understand that if a lawyer understands every one of these topics, they will never lose a case on rhetoric. Many of you have used this material for years...Please SHARE your successes so that everyone can be helped.

 

  1.             Spondylolysis                         
  2.             Herniation of the Nucleus Pulposus
  3.             Stenosis
  4.             Disc Protrusion
  5.             Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  6.             Herniation of the Nucleus Pulposus
  7.             Directional Disc Displacements
  8.             Cord Compression vs. Abutment
  9.             Myelopathy
  10.             Fracture Types
  11.             Whiplash
  12.             Recurrent Meningeal Nerve
  13.             Strain/Sprain & Permanency
  14.             5 MPH Bumper Damage Myth
  15.             Arthritis & Accidents
  16.             Whiplash & "Slight" Bumper Damage
  17.             Topics Previously Covered & Available
  18.             Steering Wheel Injuries
  19.             Sprains are Permanent
  20.             Arthritis & Whiplash
  21.             Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  22.             Schmorl's Nodes Can = Fracture
  23.             Undetected Neck Injuries
  24.             Whiplash & Disc Herniation Stats
  25.             Facet Joint Syndrome
  26.             Minor Impact Soft Tissue
  27.             Jaw Pain After Whiplash
  28.             Rear End Collisions
  29.             Dizziness & Vertigo Linked to Whiplash
  30.             Ligament & Tendon Injury
  31.             Brainstem Injuries as a Result of Whiplash
  32.             Topics Previously Covered & Available
  33.             Traumatic Brain Injury & Whiplash
  34.             30% of Disc Hernations are Missed on MRI
  35.             Low Speed Rear End Collisions & Neck Injury
  36.             MRI Documented Muscle Injury in Whiplash Disorder
  37.             Cervical Fusion & Injury
  38.             Cervical Range of Motion Predicts Disability
  39.             Whiplash Causes Instability in the Cervical Spine
  40.             Rib Fractures
  41.             Whiplash Injures Intervertebral Discs
  42.             Spinal Cord Injury Without Radiographic Abnormalities
  43.             Neck Injury Increased with Head Turned
  44.             Disc Injury Causes Chronic Headache
  45.             Findings in Patients After Whiplash
  46.             Low Velocity Impacts Cause Whiplash
  47.             Pre-Existing Injuries Increase Bodily Injury
  48.             Whiplash Causes Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  49.             Event Data Recorders (EDR) Prove Injury Risk
  50.             Topics Previously Covered & Available
  51.             Shoulder Injury Commonly Missed in Whiplash Victims
  52.             Whiplash & Cervical Ligamentous Instability
  53.             Whiplash, Brain Injury and Concussion
  54.             Car Accidents Cause Extra-Cervical Injuries
  55.             Whiplash Injuries Made Worse by Cervical Stenosis
  56.             Minimal Vehicle Damage
  57.             Whiplash Most Common Injury
  58.             Spinal Stenosis Increases Bodily Injury
  59.             Intervertebral Discs are Injured in Whiplash
  60.             Pre-Existing Conditions INCREASE Bodily Injury
  61.             Whiplash Causes Stenosis
  62.             Neck Muscles Injured in Whiplash
  63.             Topics Previously Covered & Available
  64.             Whiplash Causes Nerve Injuries
  65.             Active Range of Motion
  66.             Degenerative Intervertebral Discs Are Innervated
  67.             Trauma and Activation of Pain
  68.             Structures Injured Generate Pain & Functional Loss
  69.             Disc Herniation MISSED by Medical Radiologist
  70.             Whiplash & Chronic Headaches
  71.             When Working with Traumatically Induced Clients
  72.             Biomechanics of Whiplash
  73.             Neck Trauma Causes Headaches
  74.             MRI Parameters
  75.             Cervical Fusion Accelerates Disc Degeneration
  76.             Litigation Does Not Influence Whiplash Recovery
  77.             Missed Disc Herniation at the Emergency Room
  78.             Intervertebral Disc and Pain Patterns
  79.             Objectifying Ligament Injury in the Cervical Spine
  80.             Disc Herniation and Causal Relationship
  81.             Disc Herniation TRAUMATIC, Disc Bulge DEGENERATIVE
  82.             Disc Injury and MRI Findings
  83.             Whiplash Injury is More Than Neck Pain
  84.             Confronting Secondary Gain Issues
  85.             Topics Previously Covered & Available
  86.             Injury Rates in Low Speed Collisions Predicted
  87.             Whiplash Causes Working-Disability in 58% of Cases
  88.             Diagnosing Head Pain After Whiplash
  89.             Normal Range of Motion in the Cervical Spine
  90.             Neck Pain in "Minor" Traffic Accidents
  91.             Low Speed Collisions and Lower Back Pain
  92.             Whiplash is MORE Than Just Neck Pain
  93.             Post Traumatic Stress Distorder in Children Post Motor Vehicle Accident
  94.             Bodily Injury is NOT Proportional to Vehicle Damage
  95.             Pre-Existing Disc Disease INCREASES Bodily Injury
  96.             Seatbelt Injuries and Spinal Fractures
  97.             Whiplash Injury, the Central Nervous System and Persistent Pain
  98.             CRITICAL UPDATE - Innervation of Degenerative Intervertebral Discs
  99.             Personality Disorders Do NOT Delay Recovery in Traffic Accidents
  100.            Whiplash Injury Causes Deafness, Tinnitus and Vertigo
  101.            Whiplash Injury PROVEN at 4 km/hr
  102.           Nerve Injury and Minor Traffic Accidents
  103.            Bodily Injury and Anatomical Variants
  104.            Nerve Injuries Cause Persistent Functional Loss
  105.            Spinal Stenosis INCREASES Bodily Injury
  106.            Is Compensation BAD for HEALTH?
  107.            Topics Previously Covered & Available
  108.            Cervical Radicular Pain - UPDATE
  109.            Traffic Injuries - More Than Neck Pain
  110.            Whiplash Injury PROVEN!
  111.            Whiplash Risk Factors Identified
  112.            40% of Whiplash Pain Persists for 1 Year
  113.            REVIEW - Disc Herniations in Asymptomatic Population - 1974 through 2004
  114.            Combined Injuries
  115.            Herniation Causes Headaches
  116.            Topics Previously Covered & Available
  117.            Airbag Deployment Causes Injury
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