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ANLS 1618 Patient's First Visit - OPQRST (Lecture Week 7-8)

ANLS 1618 Patient's First Visit - OPQRST (Lecture Week 7-8)...

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Primary care provider AKA portal of entry Must determine if the patient is a candidate for care. Once you accept them you can’t abandon them
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Clinical Art Establish the Doctor-patient relationship Doctor demonstrates/exhibits: empathy concern compassion understanding trust
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Manual Art Motion palpation Instrumentation The number of adjustments per visit The specifics of the Adjustment ie. LOD, torque, table
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1st visit: Consultation The most important thing is the PATIENT HISTORY First thing to determine. Is this the place the patient should be. Dictates our next step: exam, which x-rays, what additional tests are needed establishing the Doctor-relationship concern for patient privacy & comfort at all times
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Past history Patient fills out the entry form. Reveals past traumas, accident, surgeries, diseases and medications Could provide clues for the differential diagnosis Differential diagnosis
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