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Scott Tauber, DC, CPC, DABCO

Scott Tauber, DC, DABCO, CPC is the COO of the American Institute of Personal Injury Physicians. He is a 1984 graduate of Life Chiropractic College and is both a Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedics (DABCO) and a Certified Professional Coder (CPC). In addition to over 20 years of clinical practice, Dr. Tauber has served as a med-legal expert witness and has been an independent consultant for automobile insurance carriers and state regulatory agencies. He is a frequent guest speaker at professional and med-legal conferences, state association events and professional schools and has been published in state and national journals.

Course Outline:
Thursday, November 3rd, 2022   4:00 -6:00pm

Patient case management is arguably the most crucial component of Personal Injury cases. Critical management decisions made at the beginning and throughout care can significantly impact your patient’s treatment and outcomes. This presentation focuses on many early case management elements, including the initial history, examination findings, diagnostic imaging and humanizing considerations. In addition, many opportunities for low-level laser therapy application into general PI case management practices and protocols will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on providing implementable information, concepts and material to improve PI case management understanding and enhance clinical skills.

Learning Objectives:


•  Recognize the elements of Personal Injury patient case management

•  Identify commonly over-looked post-motor vehicle crash injuries

•  Summarize the opportunities for LLLT in PI and soft tissue injury cases

Topics Include:

Hour 1:


•  Introduction to Personal Injury and the med-legal arena

•  An overview of Personal Injury case management basics

•  Case management elements of the PI patient history and examination

•  Identification and case management of commonly over-looked injuries


Hour 2:

•  An overview of PI diagnostic imaging considerations

•  The importance of humanizing PI injuries and conditions

•  Opportunities for LLLT applications into PI cases

•  How to put it all together for greater success and outcomes

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