Honesty, Integrity, Knowledge & Experience
Dr. Steve Troyanovich is one of the chiropractic profession's greatest storytellers and he gladly shares his knowledge and experience in a fun and entertaining way.
Dr. Troyanovich has library of teaching cases and seminar lectures. The title, number of hours of classroom instruction, and a description of each program is listed below. Two-hour programs can be combined to achieve four or six hour programs with multiple topics. Twelve-hour programs can be presented as eight or six hour abbreviated overviews.
For more information or for expanded detailed outlines, please contact Dr. Troyanovich at 309.454.5556 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Steve’s Fables: Clinical Lessons From the Trenches
Through the use of clinical parables, one of the profession’s best storytellers and teachers illustrates important lessons about proper examination and treatment, risk management, and interprofessional relations. This fun and entertaining seminar will equip the attendee with practical information to help provide better care to his/her patients and prepare the attendee to be able to interact on an equal basis with their local medical counterparts.
Physiologic Models of “Nerve Interference”—The Science That Validates the Philosophy
The chiropractic profession has long maintained that disturbances of neurologic function may arise from spinal dysfunction. Proposed models of “Nerve Interference” are presented that are based upon existing scientific literature. The models are discussed in the context of chiropractic care for both neuromusculoskeletal conditions and organic conditions. Clinical lessons are then taught regarding risk management, appropriate examination and patient management from a practiced based perspective. His presentation teaches modern day principles about practicing chiropractic in the 21st Century that will educate as well as entertain you!
Structural Rehabilitation of the Spine and Posture: A Practical Approach
This program is designed for the practitioner who is interested in a comprehensive method of chiropractic care for the rehabilitation of spinal structure and function. The seminar is well documented with scientific references yet is extremely “user friendly.” Specific topics include the physical examination, postural examination, x-ray positioning and radiographic analysis, spinal adjustment/manipulation, exercise procedures and protocols, use of shoe lifts, scoliosis management, cervical and lumbar traction, reassessment, and much, much more.
Whiplash Associated Disorder: A Clinician’s Perspective
Whiplash injuries and the subsequent pain and suffering associated with the condition has created a firestorm of controversy in the health care and legal arenas. Dr. Troyanovich helps to sort out the controversy by presenting the Quebec classification system of whiplash associated disorder. He also covers protocols for obtaining a proper history and examination, radiographic examination, advanced imaging, and also treatment protocols for the accidentally injured patient. Case reports and the lessons learned from actual patients from his private practice are presented in an easy to understand format.
Defining Vertebral Subluxation Through the Use of Exploratory Models of the Cervical and Lumbar Spines
Exploratory models are used in the health care sciences to determine normal values for anatomical and physiological entities. Exploratory models of the cervical and lumbar spines are presented based upon existing scientific literature. The implications of this model relative to the determination of the presence or absence of vertebral subluxation is then discussed.
Scoliosis, Subluxation and Science
Biologists use bilateral symmetry as a measure of developmental stability in the study of genetics. Idiopathic scoliosis is discussed within the context of developmental stability and case reports are presented demonstrating the chiropractic management of scoliosis using a specific biomechanical approach.
The Secrets to Getting Medical Referrals
Finding new ways to attract patients to the office is always on the mind of the chiropractic professional. Learn the secrets to getting medical physicians to refer patients to your office through an innovative an effective marketing program.
The Chiropractic “Twilight Zone”: Lessons From the Trenches
When the ordinary turns out to be the extraordinary are you prepared for how to deal with the circumstances? Case reports from an actual chiropractic practice that turned out to be more than just the ordinary chiropractic patient are presented. Lessons on risk management, appropriate examination and patient management are taught from a practiced based perspective.
“Radical” Spinal Procedures:
What Some Surgeons Want To Do To Your Patients
Medical innovators have come up with some new and interesting ways to treat spinal conditions. But are these methods safe and effective for the conditions they were designed to treat? Learn about methods ranging from spinal fusions to intradiscal electrothermal therapy so that you may be informed and can help your patients to be informed about these invasive procedures.
Finding Langworthy: The Last Years of a Chiropractic Pioneer
Solon Massey Langworthy was one of the first fifteen graduates of the Palmer School of Chiropractic. Although one of the most influential early chiropractic pioneers, his influence on the profession is indelible albeit invisible. This interesting and informative program recounts some of the most important historical and political events of the early chiropractic period and demonstrates how these events have shaped the profession’s practice and political landscape to the present.
Wisconsin vs Chiropractic:
The Trials at LaCrosse and the Birth of a Chiropractic Champion
In 1907, La Crosse, Wisconsin chiropractor and Palmer School graduate Shegataro Morikubo was arrested and charged with practicing medicine, surgery, and osteopathy without a license. The two-day trial would result in an acquittal and would be a landmark victory for the chiropractic profession. The Morikubo trial marked the beginnings of chiropractic legal strategies that were used for decades to acquit chiropractors of the charges of practicing medicine without a license. However, the Morikubo case was not the first to be tried in La Crosse; events leading to the 1907 trial are chronicled.
Placebo Effects in the Treatment of Pain
Placebo effects influence patient outcomes after any treatment that the clinician and patient believe is effective. Studies from the scientific literature that discuss placebo effects of medications and surgery are presented and the common myths regarding placebos and placebo effects are discussed. A case presentation demonstrating how patient outcomes can be affected by harnessing the power of the placebo effect follows the review of the literature.
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