Dr. Gulitz To Lead Panel Discussion on “The Ins and Outs of Personal Injury”
As many of my avid blog followers are already aware I am a Baltimore Chiropractor with two clinics in Baltimore City. My clinics focus on treating and rehabilitating acute musculoskeletal injuries, such as those typically experienced in Baltimore auto accidents and Baltimore work-related injuries. We also treat patients without acute injuries. Our patients typically present with a myriad of symptoms that include but are not limited to: headaches, neck pain, back pain, radicular neck pain, and radicular lower back pain, etc. Having been a practicing Chiropractor since December of 2008, I have directly participated in the diagnosis and treatment of thousands of personal injury/auto accident patients both in Las Vegas, Nevada and Baltimore, MD. I suppose that makes me somewhat of an expert on the “ins and outs” of personal injury.
The Maryland Chiropractic Association, in an effort to provide more value and support to its constituent chiropractors, started a program called MCA University. This program is meant to attract younger chiropractors in Maryland to attend a series of two hour lectures on a variety of subjects that they may not have a lot of knowledge about, in hopes of supporting them early in their careers as chiropractors in Maryland. The purpose is also to allow for some degree of mentorship – where younger less experienced chiropractors can reach out to colleagues with tons of experience to help them avoid mistakes and pitfalls early in their careers. It is also meant to drive membership in the MCA. I wish this program was available when I was originally licensed in Maryland!
The MCA University courses started a few weeks back with a course in physical therapy. The remaining courses focus on personal injury, med-legal issues in practice, practice building, and billing. Next Thursday I will be leading a panel discussion on the “Ins and Outs of Personal Injury” alongside personal injury attorneys Ross Albers (The Law Office of Ross Albers) and Adam Smallow (The Law Office of Adam M. Smallow). We will discuss personal injury from the perspective of the treating provider as well as personal injury from the perspective of the attorney representing the injured party. It is our hope that lecture attendees will leave with a very clear understanding of how to appropriate diagnose, treat, document and manage injuries typically seen in cases of Baltimore personal injury auto accidents.
Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab & Chiropractic is proud to have Dr. Gulitz represent the clinic during this brief lecture series. We are glad that he is being recognized as an up-and-coming leader in the profession in Maryland.
BY: Mid-Atlantic Spinal Rehab
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