Course Descriptions

23575 : BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATIONS 7
0.75 credits: Networking for practice opportunities, advisors and promotion will be discussed. Demographics and practice options will be reviewed.
23576 : BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATIONS 8
2.00 credits: The main focus of this course will be marketing from multiple perspectives and individuals. Discussion will also include general practice topics such as vendors, office atmosphere, financial statements and investing.
23577 : BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATIONS 9
3.00 credits: This course will study the development, management, and marketing of a clinical chiropractic practice. A personal, detailed business plan is required for a passing grade.
23365 : CARDIOPULMONARY SYSTEM
4.00 credits: Discussion of the presentation, diagnosis and treatment of common complaints and important cardiovascular and pulmonary disorders. Students learn diagnostic and treatment procedures, and discuss how doctors of chiropractic can participate in the management of patients who have these disorders.
25490 : CHILDREN'S HEALTH
2.00 credits: This course covers normal growth and development of the child as well as recognition of common diseases and disorders of childhood. Emphasis is on prevention of health complications with a focus on the chiropractic approach to management of the child.
42280 : CLINICAL CASE STUDIES 1
1.00 credits: A variety of patient cases are presented and discussed in an interactive format. Most presenters are field doctors from the University's Community Based Internship program.
42390 : CLINICAL CASE STUDIES 2
1.00 credits: This course is deisgned in a Gradn Rounds format using Evidence Informed Practice. Students prepare and present cases from their current clinical experience which are then discussed with audience participation.
20790 : CLINICAL IMAGING- A CASE STUDY APPROACH
2.00 credits: With an overview of basic MRI correlation to common conditions, this course uses case-studies to help students prepare for real-life, hands-on skill development in film interpretation. This course also helps students prepare for the diagnostic imaging portion of Part 4 National Boards.
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