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10 Hr Bundle Including Colorado Required Credit Hours

Credit Hours: 10


This 10 hour special bundle includes all of Colorado’s required courses for CEU’s including the following:

  • At least 4 required hours shall be in recordkeeping and documentation
    • Chiropractic SOAP Notes – 1 hour
    • ICD-10 and Chiropractic – 1 hour
    • How to Manage Managed Care – 2 hours

Plus 6 hours in the following courses:

  • Evaluation And Management Of Low Back Conditions Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 – 6 Hours

All 10 hours for the low price of $160!


Chiropractic SOAP Notes – Credit Hours: 1DocumentationRisk Management

Dr. Marty Kotlar renowned “compliant guy” authors and narrates this 1 hour documentation seminar that will instruct you on how to write a compliant Chiropractic SOAP note. Topics include…

  • How to prove medical necessity in your SOAP notes
  • Set the tone with compliant exams and re-exams
  • Detailed descriptions for codes 97110, 97112, 97140 and 97530
  • Outcome assessments made simple
  • Sample SOAP notes provided

Poor documentation leads to many problems in practice. This course will help to bulletproof your documentation!

Evaluation and Management of Low Back Conditions Level 1 – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

This course will review the basic principles of the etiology of low back pain and will describe ways to identify what is causing the pain using the characteristics of the different spinal pain syndromes. It will discuss the neurology of pain from the spinal cord to the briain, The perception of pain and how mechanoreceptors modulate the pain. The neurophysiological reasons for pain control. Experimental models distinguishing between nociceptive, neuropathic, scleratogenous and myofascial pain. How to differentiate between radiculopathy, myelopathy and peripheral nerve entrapment and look at the five major causes of low back pain: Herniated disc, facet arthropathy, spinal stenosis, myogenic, and annular tears. This is a must seminar series for any clinician that wants to get their low back pain patients on the road to recovery!


Evaluation and Management of Low Back Conditions Level 2 – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

Evaluation and Management of Low Back Conditions Level 2 will investigate the three spinal stabilizing systems and their function in spinal biomechanics. The recent research on how the timing and dysfunction of the different core muscles is associated with low back pain. The very important differences between the pars thoracis and pars lumborum muscles and their role in spinal stabilization. Mechanical loading and the delicate U-shaped balance of proper spinal loading and the causes of low back injury. Compression vs Shear loading and their spinal tolerances and how thoracic and lumbar spinal loads fluctuate with postural changes. Spinal loading in pushing and pulling exercises and the affect it has on spinal musculature and spinal ligaments. This is a must seminar series for any clinician that wants to get their low back pain patients on the road to recovery!


Evaluation and Management of Low Back Conditions Level 3 – Credit Hours: 2Clinical

Evaluation and Management of Low Back Conditions Level 3  will review the basic principles of spinal biomechanics identifying what causes the most spinal loading in posture, exercises and movements with an emphasis on the different muscles of the spine and the most efficient exercises to prescribe treat low back dysfunction. How to evaluate spinal biomechanics and the best way to achieve proper pain free movement. The importance of the initial clinician/patient meeting and the nine objectives that must be discussed during that examination process. Crossed Pelvis Syndrome facilitated and inhibited muscles and how to fix this dysfunction. How to evaluate the proper movement patterns in spinal biomechanics such as sitting, standing, rising, walking, scapular movement, hip hinging, bending, and torquing.  A Spinal Exercise Training Program will be prescribed in stages.  Stage 1 Detect and Correct Motion, Stage 2 Build Whole Body and Joint Stability, Stage 3 Increase Endurance
Exercises will be demonstrated to detect and correct motion such as hip hinging, cat/camel, shortstop position, wall rolls, squats, build core stability such as shoulder Y, curl up, plank, bridges, bird dog, and foundation training. This is a must seminar series for any clinician that wants to get their low back pain patients on the road to recovery!

How to Manage Managed Care – Credit Hours: 2DocumentationRisk Management

How to Manage Managed Care, ASH, Optum will give you the tools to understand how to maneuver the Medical Necessity Review process. You will learn topics such as the following:

  • What is the standard Medical Necessity Review (MNR) prcess?
  • How to complete medical necessity review forms
  • Pros and cons of in-network vs. out-of-network
  • How to compliantly transition active care patients to wellness/cash patients
  • How to prove medical necessity beyond 5 visits
  • Common short- and long-term ICD-10 codes
  • Co-morbidities and complicating factors

Give yourself the know-how to make your documentation bulletproof to medical necessity reviews!

ICD-10 and Chiropractic – Credit Hours: 1Documentation

Dr. Marty Kotlar, president of Target Coding and certified in CPT Coding, a Certified Professional Compliance Officer and a member of the American Chiropractic Association and American Academy of Professional Coders, instructs you on the latest additions, changes and deletions of the diagnositic ICD-10 codes for Chiropractors.  Topics include:

  • The most common chiropractic ICD-10 codes
  • Disc disorders vs. disc displacements
  • Sprains, strains & laterality
  • Initial & subsequent encounters
  • Complicating factors & co-morbidity ICD-10s
  • Medicare & ICD-10
  • ICD-10 clinical examples

Don’t get your claims denied because you are not using the correct ICD-10 codes. This seminar will help you to avoid that!

PACE Approved States

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