Continuing Education 
 

Terminology and Why It Matters


This one-hour class reviews clinical definitions of commonly used diagnostic terms that are routinely, though often errantly, used by both practitioners and researchers. Reasons for why using clear and accurate diagnostic terminology are described. The course also describes a practical tool used to help differentiate pain from nociceptive and neuropathic sources.

 

   

Module 1 Outline
  • General definitions of commonly misused terminology
    • Nociceptive versus neuropathic pain
    • Sensitization
    • QUIZ

   

   

Module 2 Outline
  • General definitions of commonly misused terminology
    • Discogenic pain
    • Radiculopathy
    • Radicular pain
    • QUIZ

   

   

Module 3 Outline
  • Brief history of subluxation definitions
  • Faye's 5-part VSC
  • Subluxation as a concept
  • QUIZ

   

   

Module 4 Outline
  • Diagnostic language and coding language
  • Example legacy and emerging terms
  • QUIZ

   

   

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Robert Vining, D.C.

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

  • Each module contains a video presentation and a short quiz. You must view the video prior to taking the quiz. 
  • FOR HELP: If you have technical issues, please contact the Continuing Education Department at 1-800-452-5032 or email at continuinged@palmer.edu. 
  • DISCLAIMER: While Palmer College of Chiropractic endeavors to bring diverse topics and viewpoints for continuing education options for Doctors of Chiropractic, the opinions of presenters do not necessarily represent the views of Palmer College. 

   

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