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SOAP Notes Tutorial

SOAP Notes Tutorial

Below is a video tutorial on how I do SOAP notes in my office. These SOAP notes have been to trial over 20 times. Over the years with my clinical experience, I have made certain changes to my notes that...

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A Focus on Best Practices

Professionally Integrated Care helps you with practice management and treating patients who are suffering from pain and injuries. We are dedicated to helping you understand the complexities of various injuries and conditions, making you an expert in the field. We want to give you all the tools necessary to manage every aspect of your practice, including patient intake and initial evaluation, documentation, diagnosis and billing codes, along with treating patients, working with insurance companies, and lawyers, and even sitting on the stand as an expert witness. 

Patient-Centered Care

Most sites dealing with motor vehicle crashes take a lawyer-centric approach. They teach you how to help attorneys push a quick settlement, leaving your patients dissatisfied. We emphasize patient care first and foremost, helping you to keep your patients happy by focusing on their needs and priorities. They’ll feel better about their treatment, and you’ll feel confident that you are providing them with top-quality care that you can be proud of. We are dedicated to helping you treat patients. Our goal is to teach you how to identify and treat pain and injuries. Our approach gives you the skills and knowledge you need to help your patients reclaim their health. We use a research based method to validate our treatments, giving you the most up-to-date information for common pathologies, including those related to motor vehicle crashes. By fully understanding the causes and effects of various conditions and injuries, you’ll be able to treat your patients better and, and if necessary, you’ll be able to go into trial with the confidence you need to help your patients receive proper compensation. 

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  • Lessons ranging from initial patient intake to providing expert evaluation in trial
  • Best practices for billing and diagnosis codes
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  • Documentation
  • Patient education
  • Research papers on the leading edge of pain and injuries
  • Videos of Dr. Katz’s conference presentations from around the world
  • Webinars dealing with current research and live evaluations
  • Client intake forms to help you evaluate the root cause of your patient’s problems
  • Deposition and trial resources to guide you when dealing with attorneys
  • Evaluating rebuttal papers and expert narratives
  • Analysis of court proceedings giving you concrete examples of how to proceed in court
  • Digital Motion X-Ray evaluations — how to identify and treat common pathologies, and much more!

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Upper Cervical Instability. Ways to Identify it!
December 26, 2022

  Hello Professionally Integrated, AOMSI does NOT even come into the equation in this area of the spine. This is a paper that the authors looked at ways to identify upper cervical instability. The paper that I helped author explains a lot more in terms of what is normal stability through different ranges of motion. Most of the instability in… Read More

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Loss Of Lordosis and Surgery to fix For LONG TERM Outcomes.
December 14, 2022

Hello professionally Integrated, Here is a paper where the authors looked at cervical cord compressive myelopathy (CCM) and how a loss of the cervical curve makes this happen and worse. However, the surgeons understand that sagittal balance is important for joints as well as the CNS.  Unfortunately, instead of these patients going to chiropractors that accept and fix the sagittal… Read More

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Instability Leading to Cervical Spondylotic Amyotrophy
November 14, 2022

  Hello Professionally Integrated! AOMSI and 25-28% really doesn’t explain much about what “instability” does physiologically. Here is a paper where the authors looked at instability and how it can affect the spinal cord leading to upper extremity weakness. As a member of the site under the tab “instability” , we have lots of papers and information and webinars about… Read More