10 Clinical Randomized Trials: Structural Rehabilitation of the Cervical Spine

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Lesson Plan

This course provides an integrated education for the Doctor of Chiropractic in the science and art of cervical spine disorders. A detailed literature review is presented of the non-randomized and randomized trials covering correction of the sagittal cervical spine to improve a variety of cervical disorders in patient populations. The randomized trial data can be used to document that the frequency and duration of spine rehabilitation should be a minimum of 9-12 weeks with 30-40 sessions of care. The RCT data clearly establishes that sagittal cervical correction to a cervical lordosis of at least 20 degrees and head translation reductions to under 20 mm are both needed to improve chronic neck pain, disability, function, and neurophysiology measures. This survey of research material will be reviewed supporting the utilization and efficacy of CBP technique structural rehabilitation treatment methods across a multitude of cervical spine disorder populations.

Objectives:

  • Review randomized trial data of spine rehabilitation
  • Discuss the utilization and efficacy of CBP technique structural rehabilitation treatment methods

 

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Target Audience: Doctor of Chiropractic
Prerequisite: None
Disclosure: Dr. Deed Harrison is the President / CEO of Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®)Technique & Seminars and is the President of CBP NonProfit, Inc. – a spinal research foundation.
Content disclosure: This course does not focus on any product or service.
Course Access: 6 months, course can be stopped and started at any time

Outline: (3 hours)
Systematic review of CBP Research for cervical spine disorders: evidence on pain improvements and frequency and duration of Chiropractic intervention.

  • 3- Non randomized clinical control trials
  • 10 randomized clinical control extension cervical traction procedures for rehabilitation of cervical lordosis in chronic neck pain.
  • Types of cervical spine disorders that have been found to respond to corrective chiropractic care: neck pain, neck disability, range of motion.
  • Sensori-motor control definition, methods, and outcomes.
  • Neuro-physiological measures and outcomes: Dermatomal somato-sensory evoked potentials (DSSEP’s) and central conduction time.
  • Frequency, duration, and clinical guidelines of care.

3 Hr. CE. Lecture/ Clinical Science

 

Continuing Education regulations may change. Please verify requirements with your licensure board for license renewal.

Doctor of Chiropractic course approval:
(see approval information below) *The licensed Doctor of Chiropractic shall be responsible for verifying the board requirements for license renewal.

Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia (approval 2021-426 Examination Procedure/Diagnoses), Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky (board approved), Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming.

Approval Information:
WebExercises is recognized by the PACE program of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards. PACE approved providers are accepted by the following Chiropractic State Boards:  Alaska, Connecticut, DC,  Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming.
Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi and Wisconsin are PACE approved but currently do not allow online Continuing Education.
The following State Boards accept PACE approved providers, but additionally request submission to the State Board:
Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas (plus CCE accredited Chiropractic College).

CCE accredited Chiropractic College:
WebExercises is sponsored by a CCE accredited Chiropractic College, Cleveland University-Kansas City. This course meets the appropriate standards for continuing education and qualifies for 3 CEUs (hour) in the following states:
Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan.

 

Course Instructor

Deed Harrison, DC Deed Harrison, DC

Deed E. Harrison, D.C., graduated from Life-West Chiropractic College in 1996. Dr. Harrison has developed and researched original spinal rehabilitation procedures and has lectured to thousands of Chiropractors in over 700 educational conferences around the world. He has authored approximately 160 peer-reviewed spine related publications, 7 spine textbooks, and numerous conference proceedings. He is a highly respected chiropractic researcher, educator, and authority in today’s profession. Dr. Harrison is / has been a manuscript reviewer for numerous peer-reviewed Spine journals including: Spine, Clinical Biomechanics, Clinical Anatomy, Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the European Spine Journal, BMC Complimentary Alternative Medicine, and BMC Musculo-Skeletal Disorders. Dr. Harrison is a past member to the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine (ISSLS), is a former International Chiropractors Association’s (ICA) Nevada State Assembly Representative member; and is the acting Chair of the PCCRP Chiropractic Radiography Guidelines. He formerly held a position on the Chiropractic Physicians Board of Nevada and is a life time member of the ICA. Currently, Dr. Harrison is the President / CEO of Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) Technique & Seminars, is the President of CBP NonProfit, Inc. – a spinal research foundation, and is the Clinical Director of the Ideal Spine Health Center in Eagle, ID, USA.

10 Clinical Randomized Trials: Structural Rehabilitation of the Cervical Spine