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PPBM 2505 Report of Findings - ‘ PREPARED FOR Q eport of...

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Unformatted text preview: ‘ _ PREPARED FOR: Q eport of Findings ‘5 - . There are three aspects of Chiropractic Care . . . _ i — (Abnormal Changes" in Spinal movememl A beginning type of care designed to. reduce or eliminate the CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINATION FINDINGS? symptomatic problem consisting of Relief Care and Stabilization Care. Pal ation Com ensations What this means in your case is: p p PATIENT COMPLAINT __ Motion Static CASE HISTORY A comprehensive review of your current problem and how your previous health may be related to your current problem. It is an important factor in your initial intensive Care. is CASE HISTORY FINDINGS: _ ___ _ ___ 7 Leg Check Left Right PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: A series of standard tests designed to evaluate your neuror RANGE OF MOTION- logical. muscular, cardiovascular. skeletal and respiratory ' system. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FINDINGS: Neurological: Orthopedic: Physical: , _ Other: 0 The second type of care is ReconstrUCtive Care. Specialized Chiropractic care designed to correct the Vertebral Subluxation Complex and re-establish health. This. care begins at the completion of Initial Intensive Care [Relief 1i Care]. ssmqaqswnu-Jmusmm‘ VERTEBRAL S-UBLUXATION COMPLEX [VSC] A condition in which the spine malfunctions and causes an Home imbalance or damage to the nerve system and overall health. it consists of five components: Left Right [Abnormal changes in the function of the nerve} -' -- HEALTHY PRESSURE NERVE DEVICE <— PRESSURE . . PLASTIC - NERVE NERVE ROOT " [GROSS SECTION) [Abnormal changes in support muscles} PHASE I - SERIOUS Compression: PHASE 2 ~ SEVERE PHASE 3 ~ EXTREME (Abnormal architectural remodeling of the spine] PHASE 1: [misalignment and malfunction without major tissue degeneration). PHASE PLACEMENT PHASE II: [misalignment and malfunction with soft tissue A clinical examination used to identify the different levels .of degeneration and calcium salt deposition). . Subluxation Degeneration and the relative damage to the PHASE II]: (misalignment and malfunction With the begin— spine and related systems. Xprays may be necessary to iden~ nings 9f bone fusion). _ ‘ tify the level of progressive degeneration. PHASE IV; (misalignment and malfunction With total bone fusion}. SUBLUXATION DEGENERATION Once set in motion the process goes to completion unless Spinal decay specifically resulting from the Vertebral interrupted. Subluxation Complex and recognized by its four phases: SUBLUXATION DEGENERATION CERVICAL SPINE i. Phase ii LUMBAR SPIN E Near Normal Near Normal X~RAY EXAMINATION FINDINGS: View taken phase placement Visit frequency can only be determined after Initial Intensive Care .and the Progressive. Examination. 7 This care is designed to ensure optimum spinal and neuro- logical function once Reconstructive-Care ha-Srbeen completed. Initial Intensive Care The prospects of spinal/neurological recovery are influenced by your Subiuxation Degeneration phase, lifestyle, and com- #— times per — for piiance with the Doctor's recommendations. In Phase I there is usually a complete return of normal structure and func— . tion. Phase 11 spines generally return to near normal function — times per —— for while disc degeneration .and calcium spurring usually stop fromgetting worse. If the spine is in Phase III or IV it usually Proposed Progressive Examination Date: stopsgetting. worse, and other areas of the spine begin to heal. times per for Dear Patient, 1 We consider the Report of Findings to be your most important visit in our office. This visit is crucial to understanding your problem and the decisions you’ll be asked to make regarding the direction of your health care. The Doctor will explain four aspects of your case: I. The cause 2. The severity 3. The recommended care 4. The prospects for correction Your report is based entirely on the facts and profes— sional evaluation of your examinations. With the source of your problem and severity identified, a recommended course of care will be presented to you. Then you’ll have some decisions to make. The Doctor can only present the facts, describe your need for care, outline the possible results and conse- quences of your decision and then support your choice. Once care has begun, how long it will take is depen- dent on many variables like age, lifestyle, keeping ap- pointments and other aspects that can affect the out- come in your case. Fortunately, many of these are under your control. We will monitor your improvement through pro- gressive examinations and reports that will track your progress. Towards the end of your Initial Intensive Care you’ll be scheduled for a comprehensive re- examination. The Doctor will share the results with you, comparing the new findings with the original, In this way you’ll know whether you’re progressing nor- mally, sloWer or faster than was initially expected. Regardless of the results, our recommendations are guided by the facts, not by wishful thinking. In those rare cases that may not respond as expected, we con-— sult with other doctors to bring an even wider range of talents and experience to a difficult case. In short, the optimum recovery of your health is our primary concern. We look forward to participating in the achievement of your individual health objectives. ...
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