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Copy of PPBM 1501 Lecture A
Transcript of Copy of PPBM 1501 Lecture A
Business opportunities for Chiropractors
Multi clinic owner
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100-4-.02 Diplomate Status/Certifications.Effective January 7, 2008A licensee may advertise the licensee’s membership in any organization related to the practice of chiropractic, if the licensee’s representations are not false, misleading, deceptive, or confusing; provided, however, that licensees may not advertise that they have certifications or have attained diplomate status without having been conferred the title of diplomate or having received certifications and having active diplomate and/or certifications by one or more of the following boards:(i) Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (ACO);(ii) Certified in Chiropractic Spinal Trauma (CCST);(iii) Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner (CCWP);(iv) Certified International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA);(v) Certified Sports and Fitness Chiropractor (CSFC);(vi) Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Radiology (DACBR);(vii) Diplomate American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (DACRB);(viii) Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Nutrition (DACBN);(ix) Diplomate American Board of Chiropractic Internists (DABCI);(x) CertifiedChiropractic Sports Physicians (CCSP);(xi) Diplomate American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedics (DABCO);(xii) Diplomate American Board of Forensic Professionals (DABFP);(xiii) Diplomate American Chiropractic Academy of Neurology (DACAN);(xiv) Certification American Chiropractic Board of Thermologists (CACBT);(xv) Diplomate American Board of Chiropractic Neurology (DABCN);(xvi) Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP);(xvii) Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Occupational Health (DACBOH);(xviii) Diplomate American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB);(xix) Diplomate Applied Chiropractic Sciences (DACS);(xx) Diplomate in Chiropractic Imaging (DCCI);(xxi) Diplomate in Pediatrics (DICCP);(xxii) Diplomate in Philosophical Chiropractic Standards (DPHCS);(xxiii) Diplomate in Thermography (DICCT);(xxiv) Diplomate of American Board of Chiropractic Consultants (DABCC);(xxv) Diplomate of Council on Extremity Adjusting (CEA);(xxvi) Diplomate of American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP); and(xxvii) Medical Provider Workers Compensation Professional (MPWCP).Authority O.C.G.A. Secs. 43-1-25, 43-9-6.1, 43-6-12, 43-9-12. History. Original Rule entitled “Diplomate Status/Certifications” adopted. F. Oct. 22, 2007; eff. Nov. 11, 2007. Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. Dec. 18, 2007; eff. Jan. 7, 2008. Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. Feb. 22, 2008;eff. Mar. 13, 2008. Amended: F. Nov. 30, 2009; eff. Dec. 20, 2009. Amended: F. Jan. 26, 2010; eff. Feb. 15, 2010. Amended: F. Dec. 20, 2011; eff. Jan. 9, 2012.
Question: Why am I here?????
4 Stages of Competence
The individual is often unaware he/she does not
understand or know how to do something, because no situations have arisen to demand the skill and alert the individual to the deficit. He or she often knows there is a skill lacking but denies the usefulness of the skill. The individual must recognize his/her own incompetence and the value of the new skill, before moving on to the next stage. The length of time an individual spends in this stage depends on the strength of the stimulus to learn. The individual must experience an increase in motivation to add new skills to her/his repertoire.
2. Conscious incompetence
The individual becomes aware he/she does
not understand or know how to do something. She or he also begins to recognize the deficit is significant and it would be valuable to learn new skills in order to address the deficit and gain competence. The making of mistakes can be frequent and may be central to the learning process at this stage, as the learner refines the skills through practice.
3. Conscious competence
The individual understands or knows how to do something.
He/she can demonstrate the skill or knowledge but it requires concentration and effort. It may need to be broken down into steps or detailed processes. There is often heavy conscious involvement involved executing the new skill. The frequency of mistakes begins to decline.
4. Unconscious competence
The individual has had so much refining practice with a skill that he or she does not really need to think about what to do. It has become "second nature" and can be performed with very low frequency of errors. Because the skill is not occupying much of the individual’s conscious thoughts, it can often be performed while executing another task. The individual has become so comfortable with the skill she/he will often be able to teach it to others.
Chiropractic: A system of therapeutics based upon the claim that disease is caused by abnormal function of the nerve system. It attempts to restore normal function of the nerve system by manipulation and treatment of the structures of the human body, especially those of the spinal column.(Dorlands Medical Dictionary)
Chiropractic, that philosophy, science, and art of things natural, a system of adjusting the segments of the spinal column, by hand only, for the correction of the cause of dis-ease.(Stephenson's Chiropractic Text Book)
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Vertebral Subluxation: That condition of a vertebra which has lost it's proper juxtaposition to the vertebra above, the vertebra below or both, to an extent less than a luxation, which impinges nerves and interferes with the transmission of mental impulses.( Stephenson's Chiropractic Textbook)
Subluxation: An incomplete or partial dislocation(Dorlands Medical Dictionary).
Vertebral: Of or pertaining to a vertebra(Dorlands Medical Dictionary)
What's the difference between the first and the combination of the last two?????
Adjustment-in Chiropractic, a manipulation of the spine, said to restore normal nerve function and cure disease.(Dorlands)
Manipulation: skillful or dextrous treatment by the hand. In physical therapy, the forceful passive movement of a joint beyond its active limit of motion.(Dorlands)
Physical therapist: a person who is licensed in the examination, evaluation, and treatment of physical impairments through the use of special exercise, application of heat or cold, and other physical modalities. The goal is to assist persons who are physically challenged to maximize independence and improve mobility, self-care, and other functional skills necessary for daily living. A physical therapist becomes qualified by studying a 4- to 7-year college curriculum leading to a bachelor's or master's degree in physical therapy (usually B.S., M.S., or M.P.T.).(Mosbys Dictionary)
Physiatrist: A physiatrist is a medical doctor or doctor of osteopathic medicine who specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (also called PM&R physicians). Physiatrists diagnose and treat both acute pain and chronic pain and specialize in a wide variety of nonsurgical treatments for the musculoskeletal system.(spine-health.com)
Bonesetters: Bonesetters are practitioners of joint manipulation. Before physical therapists, osteopaths, and chiropractors, they were the main providers of joint manipulation. In Japan the practice is known as, :Sekkotsu." Bone setting has been around in one format or another long before modern treatments.
Osteopathy: a system of therapy founded by Andrew Taylor Still in 1874 and based on the theory that the body is capable of making it's own remedies against disease and other toxic conditions when it is in normal structural relationship and has favorable environmental conditions and adequate nutrition. It utilizes generally accepted physical, medicinal, and surgical methods of diagnosis and therapy,while placing chief emphasis on the importance of normal body mechanics and manipulative methods of detecting and correcting faulty structure. (Dorlands)
Who Am I?????
B.S., Lehman College, History, NY, 1974
D.C., Life Chiropractic College, 1980
M.S., Georgia State University, 1998
Human Resource Development/Educational Psychology
Associate Director, Pasterski Clinic, 1980-1991
Assistant Professor, Life University, 1991-2000
Director of Post-Graduate Education
Department Head, Chiropractic Technique
Co-Founder and C.F.O., Now You Know Inc., August 1998-December 2013
2013-Present: teaching 7 different classes at LU!!!!!
Practices can be Technique based or Dependent????
Chiropractic ranks 34 in CareerCast’s Top 200 Jobs of 2014
Chiropractors are classifiend as,
"Primary Health Care Providers."
Ghana, Peru, Sweden, Argentina, Singapore(3 offices) and New Zealand. D.R.-coming soon. Canada(Canadians only:(
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Earlier this week at Wimbledon, tennis star Andy Murray started to experience shoulder pain in the middle of his match. Murray called a timeout and was adjusted right on the court. Of course, he went on to win the match!
Think getting adjusted is just for low back pain? Think again!