“How to Easily Identify, Document and Diagnose Ligament Instability”

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AIPIP Personal Injury Success Webinar

“How to Easily Identify, Document and Diagnose Ligament Instability”  

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
1:00 pm Eastern   12:00 pm Central   11:00 am Mountain   10:00 am Pacific
Can you believe there are still providers that don’t bother to identify one of the most common and highly valuable PI injuries…ligamentous instability
It all starts with knowing it exists, then comes the how, why and where…
(it’s hard to identify something, if you’re not even looking for it!)
Find out how to capture this objective findings (important), how it relates to the injury (important too) and how it can elevate your status in the med-legal community and get you more PI referrals (important and important)
The Webinar Will Cover:
– AMA Guidelines (learned treatise)
– AOMSI (Alteration of Motion Segment Integrity)
– Medical Necessity in Your SOAP Notes
– Objectifying Your Patients Injury
– Creating a “Recession Proof” Practice
This is not some made up injury, but one that is clearly defined in the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, it can be diagnosed in your office and can change your PI cases dramatically!
Even if you only see a few PI patients, you still must be on the look-out for this injury!
Special Guest Instructor: Todd Cielo DC
Dr. Cielo graduated from Life University in 1998 and has an active practice in Tampa, Florida.
He lectures all over the country to attorneys, MD’s, DC’s, and radiologists about the significance of ligament laxity injuries in patients.
He created DXD software to help doctors of all specialties diagnose their patients properly and adhere to the standard of care per the AMA Guidelines.
Dr. Cielo has been hired to defend DC’s and to help explain medical necessity, standard of care and proper patient diagnosing in the clinical setting.
The Webinar:
This is a 50-minute webinar (with time for Q&A)
The Details:
After registering you will receive a GoToMeeting webinar link in your confirmation email
– Click on that link to complete your registration…
– If you can’t make the webinar live, no worries…
– The webinar will be recorded, you will receive a link to the video replay…
– Watch at your convenience
It’s Free! (but you still need to register)


Who's Attending

66 people are attending “How to Easily Identify, Document and Diagnose Ligament Instability”

  • Scott Tauber
  • Craig Gruber
  • Matthew James
  • Doug Stakes, D.C.
  • Daniel Polizzi
  • Diane Robinson
  • kevin luck
  • Kevin Karadeema
  • David Shaw
  • Frank Reinhardt
  • Mariela Perosino
  • Tom Frauenhofer
  • damian smith
  • Lisa Cohen
  • Joe Indelicato
  • Steven Mahoney
  • James Ramos
  • Sally Oguzhan
  • Parker Mah
  • Richard Hill
  • Paul Endriss
  • scott martinez
  • stefanie Haugen
  • Nicole Stoessel
  • CM Boileve
  • Jeff Scheuermann
  • Binh Do
  • Joseph Brady
  • George Hui
  • Darren Sealey
  • Iperlitta Lolis
  • Edith Mobolade
  • Brian Sansalone
  • Brock Schwartz
  • Terence McAuliffe
  • Moira Martin
  • Kurt Wilson
  • David Thomsen
  • Lou Saucedo
  • Jason Permenter
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  • Jesse Roth
  • frank mrazeck
  • Ron Bennie
  • darryl littlefield
  • Mike Dahl
  • Ron Woytek
  • Tim Kistler
  • Mark Giust
  • Laurie Trapp
  • Courtney Davis
  • Norman Price
  • Michael Stevenson
  • Kevin Le
  • Kenneth Murkowski
  • Joseph DiBella
  • William Clifford
  • Ashkan Aazami
  • Bruce Myers
  • Chris Burton
  • Johnny Chu
  • William Thomas
  • Lin Moctezuma
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October 16, 2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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