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Active CareThis option Measures functional improvement under active care, generally 2-3x/week with a 1x/week minimum until maximal benefit is achieved with retest at 12 visit intervals. This approach insures your quickest response to maximal improvement with the correct amount of care, no more and no less. This is the only type of care Medicare and Group Health (BC/BS) insurance plans cover.Fix ItProactive CareThis option can only follow an achieved measured maximal functional improvement regard...
Some clinics in the state of Florida consider pain moderation as the standard treatment instead of attempting to fix the actual functional deficit in the spine. When pain and function are tracked from an objective viewpoint, accountability increases both for the health care provider and the patient taking the opiate. Most pain clinics do not track objectively the presence or absence of a specific spinal functional deficit.
Some clinics in the state of Florida consider pain moderation as the standard treatment instead of attempting to fix the actual functional deficit in the spine. When pain and function are tracked from an objective viewpoint, accountability increases both for the health care provider and the patient taking the opiate. Most pain clinics do not track objectively the presence or absence of a specific spinal functional deficit.
Some clinics in the state of Florida consider pain moderation as the standard treatment instead of attempting to fix the actual functional deficit in the spine. When pain and function are tracked from an objective viewpoint, accountability increases both for the health care provider and the patient taking the opiate. Most pain clinics do not track objectively the presence or absence of a specific spinal functional deficit.
There are three main components to a healthy spine and they are: 1. Alignment 2. Flexibility 3.
There are two ways health care providers evaluate and treat patients and they are: 1. Evaluate and treat based on clinical experience and cook book protocols 2. Evaluate and treat based on objective measures that are reproducible and can determine when a maximum benefit has been reached under active care commonly called outcome measure Outcome measures are tools utilized by the health care provider to assess the progression or regression of the patient status.
There are two main components to spinal integrity and health and they are: 1. Structural Integrity 2. Functional Integrity Structural integrity can be established through examination and/or static structural tests such as XR, MRI, or CT scan.
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Dr. B. Timothy Harcourt, DC, FACO 
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