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 these issues are small, yet each issue is just that… an issue. If you take care of the small issues, then the larger issues often take care of themselves and you can focus on the larger issues… a larger, more profitable practice and more family time.

“Demonstrative Evidence”

Case #1: Cervical Broad Based Herniation
Case #2: Lumbar Large Extrusion
“Do you know what a little white lie is… A LIE!!” Mark Studin 2018

Thank you, Norman Adelkopf, a Trauma Team Member from Cooper City, FL for these images. This is the PERFECT way to deliver demonstrative evidence and if these images were printed on glossy paper, referenced and attached to your report, it could “seal the deal” for the lawyer in concluding an acute image. 

Please note that the phrase “Large Protrusion” should have been labeled “Large Extrusion.” If you look at the Sagittal, you will notice the disc material migrates a little above and more below the disc space. Once the disc material migrates, it goes from protrusion to extrusion and underscores why you need 2 views. That is why you need multiple images. However, Dr. Adelkopf did an outstanding job of labeling the lesion. 

If you can’t figure out how to get the MRI image on paper, ask a 10-year old!!!!!






Adjunct Associate Professor of Chiropractic, University of Bridgeport, College of Chiropractic
Adjunct Post Graduate Faculty, Cleveland University-Kansas City, College of Chiropractic
Adjunct Professor, Division of Clinical Sciences, Texas Chiropractic College
Graduate Medical Educational Presenter, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Joint Partnership with the State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences 

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