Academy of Chiropractic Personal Injury & Primary Spine Care Program
Quickie Consult 110 I
"Case Management- Case Report”
A new case management report has been posted on the site:
2. An MVA patient was referred by a DC to a neurosurgeon with severe generalized pain… no surgery was indicated, now what do I do?
A 29 year old male patient has localized cervical pain 9/10, with no radiating pain. I took x-rays that appeared to have a compression deformity. I sent the patient to a neurosurgeon who sent the patient back with a note that is was a possible deformity, but inconclusive and surgery wasn’t indicated. What do I do now as the patient is still in severe pain and I have no conclusive diagnosis? Do I adjust the patient and hope they will get well, do I refer the patient out to another specialist?
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