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PPBM 2505 Course Documents Audio 1-2

PPBM 2505 Course Documents Audio 1-2 - Dr Guy Riekeman and...

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Unformatted text preview: Dr. Guy Riekeman and the QUEST Alliance presents the 10 STRATEGIES SEMINAR Dr. Guy F. Riekeman Guy F. Riekeman, D.C., is the fourth president of what is now Life University in Marietta, Georgia. He brings to this critical leadership position in both higher education and the chiropractic profession an uplifting vision, focused energy and a wealth of practical experience. In a dynamically changing world, glutted with information and roiling with uncertainty, Dr. Riekeman daily demonstrates a unique ability to articulate meaning and inspiring discipline for institutional, professional and personal success. An outstanding athlete as an undergraduate in his home state of New Mexico, Dr. Riekeman obtained his chiropractic degree with honors in 1972 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa. He became a chiropractic educator in the classroom and then far beyond, extolling the chiropractic message through award-winning television, Video and audio productions. As a leader for the chiropractic centennial celebration in 1995, he produced the nationally aired TV documentary “From Simple Beginnings,” helping the public appreciate chiropractic’s contribution to health and wellness. For 30 years Dr. Riekeman has organized efforts to advance scientific research and has worked tirelessly through educational programs and hundreds of personal presentations to describe chiropractic’s proven efficacy to patients and prospective patients alike. A successful businessman, Dr. Riekeman created companies and seminar programs to improve chiropractic practice and facilitate personal growth. Quest, founded in 1987, became one of the most widely acclaimed of such professional enterprises and a model for similar ones today helping doctors throughout the world succeed in both business and patient care. Dr. Riekeman continues to be highly sought as a motivational speaker, making dozens of appearances each year before a wide spectrum of audiences. His experience as an educational administrator is also vast, having served in 1975 as vice president of Sherman Chiropractic College, and beginning in 1998, president and later chancellor of the three colleges and related entities of the Palmer Chiropractic University System. During his tenure at Palmer, that system achieved impressive em‘ollment and endowment gains and significantly advanced the cause of scientific research. “It has been my privilege and pleasure to learn so much from so many in the chiropractic community and beyond," Dr. Riekeman says. “I am committed to bringing all that I know and am yet to become to the mission of Life University. Since its beginning, Life has demonstrated a keen sense of purpose to better humanity through education and professional commitment. I am devoted to that same purpose and thrilled that I can play a role in directing Life’s abundant resources on behalf of our noble cause.” Audio CD Benefits: Better Implementation Review When You Want Effective Staff Support Future Staff Training Inexpensive ST'PWNT‘ How to use the programs: Listen to philosophy/science CD first (together if possible) Plan meetings according to work, not length of tape Preview and prepare work materials Make notes for each staff member Save master copy of notes for future notes Draw floor plan Review workshop book-let Have plenty of blank note paper available at each session 90749397'P9’l‘37‘ introduction LET’S GET STARTED STRATEGY 1— Philosophy STRATEGY 2 — Science TRAIN if you want to change direction. you have to get out in front and lay down new track. ' , Eng powerful play of life goes on and you may contribute a verse; what will your verse e Dead Poet Society it’s time to live our lives beyond “Zero”. Objectives - How do we move a patient from short term acute symptomatic care. only to include complete spinal/neurological reconstructive Care and Wellness Care. . Philosophy Science Technique (Clinical) . Practice Management (Leadership) Patient Education Children New Patient Programs Marketing/Advertising Doctor/Staff Relatlons to. Personal Excellence (The key to Practice Growth) soeorlswtnesniu—L Clinical Objectives pain (musoulc- ‘ ‘ lNlIlAHNIENfiIME skeletal) CASE HISTORY QABE EXAM REPORT * Relief * Stabilization 90% exceeded clinical rPexpectation DISMlSSAL M \ W DROP OUT Dr. Suh 1921 -Winsor 1-965 - Towbin 197'9 - Vertebral Subiuxation Complex , * Ktnesiopathology * Neuropathophysiology * Myopathology '* Histopathology ‘ * Spinal—Pathophysiclogy Note: Symptoms are not on accurate measurements of health or sickness and therefore not an objective analytical tool to determine the need for health care or dismissal from health care. Footdrop Case STRATEGY 1 - Philosophy I”Chiropractic is bigger than we imagine" Philosophy . Where AM I? Universe is Organized or Universe is Unorganized You choose Epistemology - How do you know? Observation of reality using biological sense organs and the brain within current paradigms. Politics How can we best survive? Based on the meaning we attach to life. survival' Is more likely it we live' In coordination with universal laws. Chiropractic Philosophy _Hcmeostasis - What controls expression of homeostasis in a living organism? Relationship between dis-ease and disease. Damage to nerve system results in a distorted (uncoordinated) expression of our homeostatic potential. Objectives (continuation) ' Doctor/Patient Relationship Objective You can only manage a patient who is submissive while in pain. Leadership is necessary for the post-symptomatic patient. Staff Relations Objective Psychic Ownership Kicking the Failure Habit excerpts from "Kicking the Faiiure Habit", Success Magazine April 1990 . Seven Signs of Failure Addiction 1. Form over content _. _ 2. Customers needs cease to dominate the organization 3. Priorities get out of whack 4. Numbers don’t add up 5. Reality comes unglued . 6. Management team decomposes 7. Lie and hedge syndrome What does this mean?‘ Seven Steps to Recovery 1. Prepare to die - 2. . Face the‘truth . 3. ‘ Build-lanteam' , 4. Get to know the customers 5. Set priorities 6. Ask why and how 7. Back to basics What does this mean? - Vertebral Subluxation (V8) is a detriment to the nerve system and should be corrected in everyone who has VS. Vertebral Subluxation Complex (V80) 1. Spinal Kinesiopathology , Definition - a Hypomoblfity u Hypermobiiity 9 Compensation Reactions _ Note: The first spinal/neurological damage (V80) occurs early in life. Note: Repeated VSC episodes compound (layer) the complexity of the V80 and it‘s analysis/correction. 2. Neuropathophysioiogy Definition - 0 Compression Lesions e Facilitative Lesions a Toxic Effects of Nerve Damage 3. Myopathology Definition - , a Normal Adaptive Spasm and Paralysis _ e Abnormal Spasm and Paralysis due to Nerve Interference 0 Muscle "memory" ' 4. Histopathology Definition - 9 Disc Degeneration 0 Vascular Bed changes a Ligamentous Tearing and Stretching 5. Spinal Phases of Subluxation Degeneration a Mlsaiignment and Malfunction ' a Soft Tissue changes and electric Effect ‘ 3 Fusion Note: The layers of V80 are functional - The phases of VSC are structural. \ Documentation Henry Winsor, MD, MedicaiTimes, Nov. 1921. Abraham Towbin. MD. Neuropathoioglst, Harvard Medical School, "Latent Spinal Cord and Brain Stem injury in Newborn infants", Developmental, Child Neurol. 1969. 11, 54-68. Research indicates that the major cause of spinal kineslopathology in infants is childbirth and its widespread incidence during infancy, stressing the need for correction at birth. Floyd Gilles, M.D., Masserd Bins, PhD. and Ania Scrtel, MD. A Report of “infantile Adana-occipital Instability". AM. J. Dis. Child. Vol. 133. Jan. 1979. Desmond B. Johnson, 8.80., PhD. Dept of Biochemistry. University College Gaiway. Ireland. "Genotoxic Susceptibility Markets and The Vertebral Subluxatlcn Complex" Janualy 1987. Ronald W. Pero. Ph.D., (Geneticist), New York University School of Medicine. University of Lund, Sweden. Contact the Chiropractic Basic Science Research Foundation 2100 Lake View Ave ' Dracut, MA 01826 Tel. (503)957-5200 WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? liC "Goal: To reduce or eliminate the symptomatic problem. ' Length: 1 visit to 12 weeks depending on clinical variables. SRO Goal: To slow, stop or reverse the V80 and resulting Subiuxatlon Degeneration Length: Few weeks to years depending on clinical variables and Pathophysioiogy of-Spine. Phase One - Misaiignment and malfunction without recognizable tissue degeneration. Phase Two - Mlsaiignment and malfunction with tissue degeneration. (disc narrowing calcium salt transport.) Phase Three - Misalignment and malfunction with fusion. Typical Prognosis: Phase I - Usually returns to normal with appropriate care Phase 11 - Usually returns to near normal function though structural damage is often permanent ' Phase ll! ~ Generally stops the process from getting worse ...
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