CORE Score Patient Report Folder
- 50 patient report folders
When Dr. Fletcher took the reins of the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance, he brought a new energy and excitement, plus the COREscore, a new way to explain the significance of your technologies to patients. Use the COREscore report folder to present your findings.
This new version is specifically designed for practices employing Heart Rate Variability and computing the patients COREscore. It's a "magazette" report folder specifically designed for CLA doctors who are using the latest technology.
Package Your Scans and COREscore Report
- Clinically neutral for complete report flexibility
- Introduces technologies used to assess subluxation
- Presents examples of the three types of stress
- Definitions of 10 most important chiropractic terms
- Over a dozens ways to help speed the healing process
This folder, along with the printouts supplied by CLA and the Heart Rate Variability Insert equips you to make a persuasive case for chiropractic.
Easy-to-Use Patient Report Folder
Highlight the key points of your report on the inside front cover. Point out the common stressors that can produce vertebral subluxation. Place the reports generated by the technologies you use behind the center flap. Use the pair of center-flap die-cuts to insert patient-relevant brochures along with your business card to stimulate referrals. On the back cover, encourage active patient involvement by circling the most significant home care procedures to speed the healing process.
Personalize Your Report Presentations
Clinically neutral, personalize your reports using the computer-generated printouts supplied by CLA along with key report inserts to support your technologies. It's a contradiction-free way to communicate the objective findings of your technologies. Impress patients and reassure spouses.
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Complete Text of the CLA Core Score Patient Report Folder
8.9 Grade reading level
YOUR CHIROPRACTIC REPORT OF FINDINGS
We Experience Life Through Our Nervous System.
Your nervous system controls and regulates every cell, tissue, organ and system of your body. It's so important, key parts are protected by bone. The skull protects your brain. But your spinal cord, connecting your brain to your body, is covered by 24 moving bones.
Physical, emotional and chemical stresses can overload the entire nervous systems, tightening muscles and shifting the alignment of spinal bones. This upsets nearby nerves, which can affect the organs and glands under their control. These nervous system disturbances are called vertebral subluxations.
Our examination revealed the presence vertebral subluxation. We use a variety of objective technologies to identify the location and significance of these nerve interferences:
- Surface Electromyography
- Thermal Scan
- Heart Rate Variability
- Range of Motion
Your care plan will consist of a series of specific chiropractic adjustments. These add precise amounts of energy to your spine and nervous system at just the right times and places. Adjustments help restore the structure of your spine and the function of your nervous system. As nerve interferences resolve, your body's ability to self-heal revives and symptoms should subside.
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Commonly Used Terms:
Like all disciplines, chiropractic has its own language that helps differentiate it from the medical treatment. Here are some of the terms you might encounter when you're in our practice and what they mean:
The use of a precise pressure or force in specific location, direction and time to the spine or other articulations of the body to help restore function.
Effortless adaptability; poise.
A state of optimal physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity.
Inborn wisdom; natural.
The capacity to adapt to one's environment.
A physical, chemical or emotional burden on the body.
A pattern of misalignment or malfunction of a joint that is less than a dislocation producing nerve interference.
A warning; a way the body announces that a limit has been reached.
The degree of tension on the nervous system.
an active process of becoming your fullest, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
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Common Causes of Vertebral Subluxation
Learning to walk
Falling down stairs
Raking and sweeping
Sitting on your wallet
Painting the ceiling
High heel shoes
Watching the news
Selling the house
Paying the bills
Getting a speeding ticket
Going to the dentist
Arguing with your spouse
Too much coffee
Here are some things you can do to enhance your recovery:
- Keep your visits
- Careful bending and lifting
- Lower your chemical exposure
- Exercise as you are able
- Keep a positive attitude
- Get the proper rest
- Give it time
- Commit to better health
- Get checked regularly
- Improve your nutrition
- Drink more water
- Ask questions
- Attend to spiritual matters
- Reduce emotional stress
- Adopt healthier habits
- Remain hopeful
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