10 Steps to Better Care for Spinal Cord Injury Patients
Need to justify your integrative medical interventions to a boss or skeptical colleague?
Looking for ways to optimize clinical outcomes for your patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and back pain?
Developed and administered by Narda G. Robinson, DO, DVM, MS, FAAMA, this three hour mini-course in the integrative medical approach to SCI has been designed to be engaging and interactive. It prompts you to cultivate your own evidence-informed views on the topic of SCI.
Our goal is for you to finish the program better prepared to advocate for a higher standard of care — one that offers patients more than merely drugs and/or surgery.
This course differs from the webinar on the Physiology of Spinal Cord Injury by focusing on clinical applications of predominantly acupuncture and photomedicine through a series of exercises that will bolster your ability to justify your treatment rationales. The role of massage and botanical medicine for spinal cord injury will also be considered.
Course registrants gain access to the online program for four weeks upon enrollment.
Appropriate for graduates of the Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians program.
17.7 CE Credit Hours RACE approved