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Evidence-based Therapeutic Exercises that Get Results with Fewer Denials


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Risk Management
Topics:
Billing & Collections |  Compliance
Faculty:
Dr. Tim Bertelsman
Duration:
1 Hour



Description

Chiropractors are struggling with diminishing reimbursement, particularly for passive procedures. However, most carriers remain willing to reimburse well for active care codes like therapeutic exercise. Dr. Bertelsman will host this practical and informative one hour webinar covering the appropriate utilization of active care exercise in your daily practice. He will show specific and proven exercise regimens for managing the underlying causes of the most common neck and back conditions.  Attendees will learn simple ways to efficiently incorporate exercise prescription into daily practice. The discussion will include essential billing parameters.

 


This course was originally presented by Dr. Tim Bertelsman on April 24, 2018 and sponsored by ChiroUp.

 

 

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Dr. Tim Bertelsman's Profile

Dr. Tim Bertelsman Related seminars and products: 16

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Dr. Bertelsman graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic with honors in 1991 and has been running a large successful multi disciplinary practice in Belleville, IL for over 20 years. He is an expert on establishing relationships within the medical community.He has lectured nationally for many years on clinical and business topics and has been published extensively. He has served in various leadership positions within the Illinois Chiropractic Society and currently serves as the immediate Past President of the executive board. Dr. Berteslman is a Co-founder of ChiroUp.


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Total Reviews: 48

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Sam W - Oak Brook, Illinois

"none"

Kelly Astrid M - Chicago, Illinois

"The videos in this presentation were extremely helpful."

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