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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Chiropractic Physician office Updated April 1, 2020, 4:00 pm

Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Chiropractic Physician office Updated April 1, 2020, 4:00 pm

The ICS has been carefully monitoring CDC and other information on the COVID-19 (coronavirus 2019). Although the ICS is not and cannot be a primary source on this subject, we want to make our members aware of relevant information that has been published by the CDC. The spread of this virus has particular implications for physician offices, as both health care providers and as employers.

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Loose Body Formation Associated with Degenerative Joint Disease and as a Primary Disorder

Loose Body Formation Associated with Degenerative Joint Disease and as a Primary Disorder

Calcification/ossification of cartilaginous bodies within a synovial joint is not a rare phenomenon. This may occur secondarily as a result of degenerative joint disease or as a primary entity. Technically this is referred to as “synoviochondrometaplasia.” As the name implies, this represents a metaplastic process involving the synovium of the joint, in which cartilaginous loose bodies form within the joint.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Chiropractic Physician office Updated April 1, 2020, 4:00 pm

Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Chiropractic Physician office Updated April 1, 2020, 4:00 pm

The ICS has been carefully monitoring CDC and other information on the COVID-19 (coronavirus 2019). Although the ICS is not and cannot be a primary source on this subject, we want to make our members aware of relevant information that has been published by the CDC. The spread of this virus has particular implications for physician offices, as both health care providers and as employers.

The Secret to Patient Engagement in 2020

The Secret to Patient Engagement in 2020

According to the 2019 Healthcare Consumer Trends Report (NRC Health, 2019), the thing patients want more than any other is convenience, and the best way to meet that need is through technology. It states that using technology to better connect with patients is an idea that gets discussed often but can often feel out of reach for many healthcare providers. With technological advances happening at warp speed, how do we know which technology is most cost-effective and will meet the needs of our patients?

Maigne Syndrome: Sciatica of the Thoraco-Lumbar Junction

Maigne Syndrome: Sciatica of the Thoraco-Lumbar Junction

Lateral hip, lumbosacral, and groin pain are often due to lumbar spine or hip joint dysfunction. However, the next time you see these symptoms, be sure to assess the thoracolumbar junction (TLJ). TLJ dysfunction, often described as Maigne Syndrome, may result in nerve irritation with referral to the lumbopelvic region. Proper assessment and treatment result in highly satisfied patients. In the next ten minutes, you will learn five tips about why Maigne syndrome should be on your shortlist of differential diagnoses.

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