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Documenting Assessment and Diagnosis

The Significance of Documenting Your Chiropractic Patient's Initial Assessment

The initial assessment is the basis for documentation of your chiropractic patient evaluation including the patient’s condition as well as prognosis. This crucial assessment step must never be missed, dismissed, or considered redundant in your practice, because, it does clarify, augment and add important facts to your chiropractic documentation including your diagnosis and treatment plan.

Documentation of the Assessment Process and Diagnostic Decisions in Your Chiropractic Practice

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Documenting Initial Assessment

Clinical Diagnosis Process

Mechanical Diagnosis Process

 

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