X-Ray and Imaging in Chiropractic Practice

This module gets started with a short training by one of the best Chiropractic Radiologists in our profession, Dr. Peggy Saron. In this review, she provides expert overview about the use of x-ray in practice and shares some interesting case studies for your benefit. Dr. Saron created a quick review X-ray Report and Checklist that...
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Radiology Report Checklist

Download Support Tool Dr. Seron created this tool to use as a radiology report in a chiropractic office. A doctor needs to generate a report for each radiology test that s/he orders and/or reviews. This jewel is here for you to download, customize, and use in your facility. We encourage you to consider this tool...
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When Ordering X-Rays or an MRI

X-rays or MRI Guidelines As a general guideline, x-rays are recommended in the chiropractic healthcare setting to: Diagnose a recent trauma that may have resulted in a fracture at any age, minor trauma in people between ages 50 and 70 years old, and those over age 70 due to the risk of osteoporosis-related fracture. Diagnose...
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Collecting From Medicare Patients for Services that Medicare Never Covers

Collecting From Patients For Services not Covered by Medicare Although it is not a requirement to formally notify Medicare beneficiaries in writing about the excluded services rendered in your office that are never covered by Medicare, it just makes good business sense to do so. Patients need to be aware of the costs associated with...
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