Clinical decision-making to facilitate appropriate patient management in chiropractic practice: 'the 3-questions model'

@inproceedings{AmorinWoods2012ClinicalDT,
  title={Clinical decision-making to facilitate appropriate patient management in chiropractic practice: 'the 3-questions model'},
  author={Lyndon G. Amorin-Woods and Gregory F. Parkin-Smith},
  booktitle={Chiropractic & Manual Therapies},
  year={2012}
}
BackgroundA definitive diagnosis in chiropractic clinical practice is frequently elusive, yet decisions around management are still necessary. Often, a clinical impression is made after the exclusion of serious illness or injury, and care provided within the context of diagnostic uncertainty. Rather than focussing on labelling the condition, the clinician may choose to develop a defendable management plan since the response to treatment often clarifies the diagnosis.DiscussionThis paper… CONTINUE READING

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