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Red Flags in the Treatment of Spinal Conditions

Red Flags in the Treatment of Spinal Conditions

Red Flags in the Treatment of Spinal Conditions

Dr Brian Anderson
Dr Brian Anderson
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Launch date: 25 Sep 2014
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Last updated: 01 Apr 2021

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Dr Andrew Spracklin (27 Sep 2020)
Very useful clinical information.
Dr Kristine Aikenhead DC (24 Sep 2020)
Clear and concise
Dr harold allen dc (25 Mar 2020)
Did not print some of the slides.

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Patient safety is the paramount concern when applying any type of therapy. A small number of spinal pain patients will present with "Red Flags" which can indicate underlying pathology. Find out what research exists to substantiate the correlation of these red flags with serious pathology.
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This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board:
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Objectives

Objectives
1- learners will be able to list the most common red flags associated with spinal disorders
2- learners will be able to distinguish those red flags which have been supported by evidence from those which have little or no evidence
3- learners will be able to recognize warning signs of vertebral artery insufficiency
Dr Brian Anderson

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Dr Brian Anderson
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Dr. Brian Anderson is a 2004 graduate of NUHS (DC), a Certified Clinical Nutritionist through IAACN (2004), a 2008 graduate of Benedictine University (MPH) and a 2014 graduate of the Masters of Advanced Clinical Practice through NUHS (MS). He has been in private Chiropractic practice, worked as an associate in a multidisciplinary, hospital based integrative medicine clinic, and is currently attending DC clinician at NUHS. He has been teaching future chiropractors and acupuncturists since 2005, as well as instructing post graduate courses since 2013.

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User Reviews (3)

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Dr Andrew Spracklin (27 Sep 2020)
Very useful clinical information.
Dr Kristine Aikenhead DC (24 Sep 2020)
Clear and concise
Dr harold allen dc (25 Mar 2020)
Did not print some of the slides.

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