Tales from the (Chiropractic) Claims Crypt

NEW: Tales from the (Chiropractic) Claims Crypt


In this episode, insurance expert Shanna Patrick delves into two compelling chiropractic malpractice cases. One involves an alleged cervical disc herniation, while the other uncovers a mysterious foot pain case with a surprising twist. Shanna's insights emphasize the critical role of record-keeping and patient credibility in the chiropractic profession.

Join us in the exciting world of chiropractic risk management as we explore two spine-tingling cases with surprising outcomes that are bound to captivate your attention. In "Tales from the (Chiropractic) Claims Crypt," we delve into real-life stories where chiropractors faced malpractice claims and the unexpected twists that followed.

Shanna Patrick, a seasoned insurance expert, takes us on a journey through two captivating cases involving chiropractic malpractice claims. The first case involves a 25-year-old patient with a history of lumbar and thoracic issues, and a surprising turn of events that left both the chiropractor and the patient in shock. The second case revolves around a 60-year-old patient with lower back pain and the mysterious discovery of a sticky note that could change everything.

Shanna's insights shed light on the critical role of record-keeping and informed consent in the chiropractic profession. She offers valuable advice to chiropractors on how to protect their practices and navigate the complex world of malpractice claims.

Discover the highs and lows, the challenges and triumphs, and the essential lessons learned from these intriguing cases. Join us for an engaging and informative conversation that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the intricacies of chiropractic care and the importance of meticulous record-keeping.

If you're a chiropractor, a CA, or simply intrigued by the world of malpractice claims, "Tales from the (Chiropractic) Claims Crypt" is a must-listen podcast that offers a unique glimpse into the chiropractic universe.

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