This hands-on class will break down rehab regionally with focus on the cervical, thoracic, and lumbopelvic spine as well as the common conditions that would fall into the appropriate use of the protocols. Leave this seminar not only knowing how to implement this in your day to day treatments, but also have confidence that you are appropriately documenting and coding for the services you have learned.
This one-of-a-kind seminar will give you all the tools to not only implement new techniques in your office the next day, but properly code so you get paid!
What: Full Spine Low Tech Rehab: How to Implement, Document and Code with Confidence!
When: March 14th from 8:00 am-2:00 pm
Where: Wingate by Wyndham Dayton Fairborn, 3055 Presidential Drive, Fairborn, Oh
CEs: 6 hours total
Cost: Members: $99
Membership Plus: Free
*Please dress comfortably, as you will be practicing techniques during this class. We also ask that you bring a portable table, if you have one available.
About the Speakers:
Joe Spaulding, DC, DACRB
Dr. Joseph Spaulding is a native of Boston, Massachusetts. He is in his 15th year of practice as a Doctor of Chiropractic and 11 of those have been in Chillicothe.
Dr. Joe attended Bridgewater State College in MA where he received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Athletic Training. He had an exceptional opportunity to work with The New England Patriots as an Athletic Trainer which exposed him to Chiropractic for the first time and all that it offers to the elite athlete. He spent some time learning from both the A.T. staff and the team’s chiropractor and decided to pursue his own career in Chiropractic so that he could combine his passions of sports and care of the human body. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where he met his now wife of 13 years, Dr. Brandy. Upon graduation, the two returned to the Boston area where Dr. Joe practiced in an office that focused on the combination of Chiropractic, therapeutic exercise and manual therapy to achieve the greatest outcomes.
With 6 month old twins, Mikayla and Aiden, Drs. Joe and Brandy moved back to Dr. Brandy’s hometown of Chillicothe in 2005 and established their practice, Spaulding Chiropractic & Sports Therapy in its current location of 265 N. Woodbridge Ave. For the past 10+ years Dr. Joe has been an avid learner of evidence informed chiropractic, rehabilitative techniques, biomechanics and movement patterns that are based on a functional developmental approach. In addition to full-time practice, he has spent hundreds of hours in classrooms, medical facilities and elite training centers in and around the United States, learning from leaders in the field so that he is always up to date in the knowledge, techniques and hands-on care that he provides to his patients each day. In January 2017, he earned his Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board, joining the ranks of less than 200 Doctors of Chiropractic across the US that share this title. This adds to his ability to care for all of his patients, but specifically athletes, sport injuries, and pre-and post-surgical patients.
In his spare time, Dr. Joe enjoys spending time with his family, coaching, reading, training young athletes in athletic performance and watching all Boston sports.
Brandy Spaulding, DC
Dr. Brandy has devoted her professional career to supporting the body’s ability to function at its best through chiropractic, and her practice has an emphasis on the care of women and children. Dr. Brandy is certified in Webster Technique, a pregnancy specific technique proven effective at reducing low back pain during pregnancy, allowing breach presentations to return to a natural position, and reducing labor time and pain levels. Postgraduate interests include nutrition and its role in health and most recently, the pursuit of her Diplomate in Chiropractic Acupuncture.
Dr. Spaulding, herself a longtime member of the OSCA, began serving on the board in 2013 as District Director for District 12. She joined OSCA in July of 2017 as Director of Chiropractic Services & Special Assistant to the Executive Director. Her role is to educate legislators and department staff of the importance of proposed legislation on behalf of the OSCA. She also serves as the point person for member inquiries including coding, billing, 3rd party pay, and scope of practice issues.
She is a native of Chillicothe, and after several years in Iowa and Massachusetts, returned to her hometown in 2005 with her husband Dr. Joe and two children, Aiden and Mikayla. In her spare time, she enjoys running, spending time with family and watching her kids play, as well as, coach them in their activities.