- Topic Areas:
- Mandated CE
- History Taking & Physical Exam | Personal Injury
- Dr. Thomas E Grant Jr, DC, Jr | Dr. Wayne M Whalen DC, FIACN, QME, DC, FIACN, FICC, DC, FIACN, QME
- 1 Hour
- Audio and Video
Module I: The Blueprint for Developing a Thriving PI Practice
Injury Recovery Support
Speakers: Wayne Whalen, DC and Tom Grant, DC
- Bullet proofing care with practice guidelines and research
- End care/release from care strategies
- Factors that delay recovery
- Maximum Medical Improvement: when and what next
|PI Module I – Injury Recovery Support (Grant) (27.87 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|PI Module I – Injury Recovery Support (Whalen) (13.28 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Dr. Tom Grant is an expert in medical care protocols, personal injury documentation, PI coding, and insurance communication. As a med-legal consultant and medical record analyst, he provides pre-trial medical claim support and tactical claims strategy to help attorneys develop optimum settlement results. As Director of Education for Pragma Intel, Dr. Grant provides expert training of surgeons, psychologists, pain management MD’s, DC’s, and additional specialists to collaborate together for the patient’s best injury care and loss recovery. His consistent pre-trial success strategies are the foundation of his training tools. Dr. Grant's tools help doctors develop more highly successful PI skills, improved patient treatment outcomes, and insurance-accepted documentation that, combined together, result in better settlement value and proper reimbursements.
Dr. Whalen has more than 40 years experience in the health care field, including 30 years in chiropractic. He is Board Certified in Chiropractic Neurology, a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors, and an acknowledged expert in workers’ compensation.
He has extensive experience in treating a wide variety of patients, including weekend warriors, auto and whiplash injuries, work injuries, children and adults of all ages.
Dr. Whalen has been a leader in his profession, having served as President of the California Chiropractic Association, and he chaired the national chiropractic organization charged with developing treatment guidelines. He is published in the scientific literature on a variety of subjects, and remains active in professional volunteer activities. He was honored over his career as Student of the Year, New Doctor of the Year, Doctor of the Year (twice) and recently received the Charles and Betty Adams Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Chiropractic Association.