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ON-DEMAND 301 - 302 - 303 BUNDLED - 5 CEU

  • 01 Jan 2018
  • 31 Dec 2018
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ON-DEMAND: Sign up and take the class at anytime.  Take the test at any time and receive your certificate via email upon successful completion. CEU valid for CO, IA, & NE. Other states may apply, check with your applicable state board. 

This program consists of two clinical cases, as well as a video lecture on history and mental status assessment.

NOTE: THE SAME CLASS (301) IS BUNDLED INTO THE 5 CEU "CHIROCLASSES ON-DEMAND 301-2-3" ALONG WITH CASES 302 & 303 (314e1). CLASS #301 & 303 (314e1) ARE ALSO OFFERED INDEPENDENTLY ON THE WEBSITE, SO BE CAREFUL NOT TO ACCIDENTALLY REPEAT THE CLASS . 

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Course Title: 301: Cases in neurology: Numbness and weakness in a 50 year old male.

Course Instructor: Joseph S. Ferezy, DC

CE: Five (5) Classroom Hours

Format: Audio/Video Case Presentation

Class Description:

This class includes a complete discussion of a videotaped patient case.  The patient was brought by her treating chiropractor to the neurology diplomate program classroom in Des Moines Iowa in September of  2000.  He was a 5o year old male complaining of multiple areas of numbness, paresthesia and dysesthesia in his hands and feet, as well as across his abdomen and on his lateral lower extremity.  This class includes a review of the medical records prior to meeting the patient, the complete examination with discussion, and a report and discussion following the examination.

Class Objectives:

List the differential diagnoses that may accompany various symptoms. 

Describe various essential elements of the history taking process.

List differential diagnoses for this and similar cases.

Itemize and describe several tests of lower extremity motor and reflex function.

Recognize a true extensor toe sign from an equivocal or false finding.

Contrast and compare aspects of various disorders causing cervical spine myelopathy.  

Use proper language and nomenclature when producing a report for referring physicians.

Recognize aspects of spinal cord disease.

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Course Title: 302 Grand Rounds – Case v104

Course Instructor: Joseph S. Ferezy, DC

Format: Audio/Video Case Presentation

Class Description:

This class is designed to reveal actual doctor patient interaction during an initial diagnostic consultation.   The class also includes a grand rounds type case presentation.

Focus is on the critical thinking process including questions asked during the history and the selection of tests used during the examination as well as to observe and develop better psychomotor skills regarding examination performance.  Specific diagnostic impressions and associated chiropractic management are explored as well.

Class Objectives:

Observe a doctor patient encounter where the patient is a young female with a primary complaint of tremor.

Explore the history taking process in an actual clinical setting.

Observe patient examination techniques.

Summarize relevant clinical findings.

Illustrate the clinical presentations of various complaints and the approach to diagnosis.

Organize findings during the examination and explore for relevancy as applied to diagnosis of the presenting complaint.

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Course Title: 303 History & Mental Status Review

Course Instructor: Joseph S. Ferezy, DC

Format: Video of Live Class

Class Description:

This class is a part of a grand review of the bedside neurological examination, focusing on aspects of the patient interview and mental status assessment.  The chiropractic physician must be able to differentiate disease of the neuro-musculoskeletal system and a competent examination is of key import.  The formal or “hands on” portion of the examination must always be preceded by a proper patient history and assessment of mental status. Join Dr. Ferezy in a rapid fire video lecture covering important aspects of patient history and assessment of mental status within the clinical bedside neurological examination.

Class Objectives:

Describe areas of concern in the history taking process.

List areas of concern in the mental status examination.

Identify and perform methods for eliciting a patient history.

Identify and perform methods for examining the patient’s mental status.

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