Total Credits: 2 including 2 DC
How to utilize OATS to Bullet proof your records and documentation. Outcome Assessment forms -- The subjective approach to patient care, how and when to use different options and how to score them.
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Dr. George Yeomans, DC graduated in 1922 and practiced in Superior, Wisconsin prior to moving to Ripon in 1944 to set up practice. Dr. Leroy A. Yeomans, DC joined his father in 1950 after serving in WWII and completing his Chiropractic education. Dr. Steven Yeomans, DC joined his father in private practice in 1979. He became board certified in chiropractic orthopedics in 1985 after completing a five year residency in chiropractic orthopedics and has been active in research and has lectured since 1988 both locally and aboard.
Dr. Yeomans has published numerous articles and has completed a textbook that was released by Appleton & Lange Publishers in August of 1999 entitled "The Clinical Application of Outcome Assessment." The text contains up-to-date valid and reliable methods of assessing patient's pain, general health, disability, impairment, psychometrics, and satisfaction with care. This information can be used to prove medical necessity of care to insurers, help protect the health care provider in liability issues, and most important, guide the health care provider so that prompt clinical decisions can be made.
BS- 1977 (completed BS during first two years at National College of Chiropractic)
DC, cum laude- 1979
Clerkship 1977 at Cook County Hospital (foot and back service)
Orthopedic residency program 1979-1985 completing board certification
a. National College of Chiropractic- 1989 (Orthopedics: Disability and Impairment Rating)
b. Northwestern College of Chiropractic- 1991 (Industrial consulting)
c. Los Angeles College of Chiropractic- 1994 (Rehabilitation)
d. Canadian Memorial College of Chiropractic- 1995 (Rehabilitation)
e. Northwestern College of Chiropractic- 1996 (Orthopedics)
Ripon Medical Center (8/94)
Yeomans S. The assessment of cervical intersegmental mobility before and after spinal manipulative therapy. J. Manipulative Physiol. Ther. 1992; 15:106-114.
Sweere J, editor. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome-A Chiropractic Perspective. Baltimore: Aspen, 1993.
Stude D, editor. Outcomes Assessment of the Rehabilitation Patient. Baltimore: Aspen, 1996.
Yeomans S. Chiropractic management of carpal tunnel syndrome. D.C. Tracts, 1996; 3:1.
Yeomans S, Liebenson C. Quantitative functional capacity evaluation: the missing link to outcomes assessment. Topics Clin Chiro, 1996; 3(1):32-43.
Yeomans S, Liebenson C. Functional capacity evaluation and chiropractic case management. Topics Clin Chiro, 1996; 3(3):15-25.
Text Chapter 5: Yeomans S, Fitzthum J. Proving the Existence of Chronic Pain. Wiley Law Publications. 1998 Wiley Expert Witness Update: New Developments in Personal Injury Litigation. 1998, pp5.1-5.20.
Published: Liebenson, C, Chapman S, Yeomans SG. How do I justify the medical necessity of my care? Part !: Overview. Dynamic Chiropractic 5-17-99; 17(11):18-21.
S Yeomans, J Fitzthum, M Edinger. "DC Tracts" Industrial Work Injuries: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Published summer, 1999 (Aspen Publishing).
Text for Appleton & Lange publishers entitled "The Clinical Utilization of Outcomes Assessment" Released August 1999.
Achievement award in anatomy, 1979.
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges (1978-79).
"President's Award", 1992, 1993, 1995 awarded for, "outstanding work and achievement in the WCA".
"Chiropractor of the Year", 1994.
Steering committee and faculty member of the Wisconsin Back Society, fall 1993-present.
Clinical Advisory Committee, Chair, 1991-2000.
Northeast District President, Wisconsin Chiropractic Association, 1989-90.
Steering committee: WCA documentation committee, 1996.
President: Wisconsin Back Society, 1996-1998.
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