Independent Chiropractic Evaluation

An Independent Chiropractic Evaluation involves a detailed documentation review, history, physical examination, and expert opinion as to any accident-related musculoskeletal impairment within the scope of chiropractic, and to the reasonableness and necessity of various treatment proposals from treating chiropractors and physiotherapists. Chiropractors are primary care providers with the training and expertise needed to render diagnoses and make appropriate referrals, as necessary. Chiropractors employ range of motion, joint movement testing, gait analysis, as well as postural, orthopaedic, and neurological assessments to help determine whether impairment is present, and if so, whether the impairment is attributable to the incident in question and whether any objectively supported functional limitations exist.

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