CORE Score Report of Findings Kit
How to Present Your Report COREscore Report of Findings
Save when you purchase the CLA COREscore patient report folder bundled with our five most popular report forms.
When you include their scans, HRV results form and pediatric form, you have an unbeatable report presentation. (Don't take X-rays? We'll substitute the PreScan Checklist, HRV reporting form or a different report form.)
Examination Findings Form—This simple outline provides a “skeleton” for your report. Simply check a few boxes and enter a few key phrases. Use the posterior illustration to record the location of subluxations or areas of concern. Enter your recommendations for care and the date of their first progress exam. After reviewing with the patient, include it with your other documents in the Core Score Folder. Get more detail here. Pad of 50.
Posture and Spinal Curve Form—Explain your postural and structural findings in greater detail with these helpful illustrations. Show lost curves, scoliosis, a high shoulder or a low hip with just a few quick lines. Record bi-lateral scale findings and grip strengths. Place it in the Core Score Report Folder with your other report documents. Use it at spinal screenings! Left- or right-facing versions. Get more details here. Pad of 50.
Nervous System Form—This posterior view of the spine includes the major neurological connections at each segmental level. Unlike lateral views, you can more easily explain the importance of symmetry and balance while showing the link between bones and nerves. Circle areas where you find patterns of subluxation. Even better, print their sEMG scans on the backside. Get more details here. Pad of 50.
Spinal Decay Form—Do you use X-rays? Send examples of their X-rays home with them after using this helpful form to "phase place" degenerative changes to their spine. Circle the views that come closest to matching theirs. Check the phrases that best describe their stage of degeneration. Provide specific annotations along the bottom. Left- or right-facing (shown) X-rays to match your technique. Get more details here. Pad of 50.
Road to Recovery Form—This is the take-home version of our popular wall chart. Use it to explain the three recovery tracks (quick results, worse before getting better and steady improvement) and the consequences of discontinuing care when they feel better. Foreshadow their "patch or fix" decision. See better retention. Choose Original or Upgraded version. Packages of 50.
CLA CORE Patient Report Folder—The perfect way to package your baseline scans and other report documents. Simply put the patient’s name and date along the upper right edge. Use the die-cuts on the flap to insert relevant brochures and your business card to stimulate referrals. A professional package that impresses patients and reassures spouses! Pkg. of 50