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Clinical Impression and Assessment

RECOMMENDATION - Unchanged

Additions to Commentary

Instrumentation examination:

Heart Rate Variability

Imaging examination:

Radiographic Digitizing Analysis

*See Chapters on Instrumentation and Imaging for related Commentary and references

Record Keeping - Added

Sub-Recommendation – Added:

Since record-keeping practices may be technique/method specific and may depend on the practice objective of the practitioner, chiropractors should develop a method of reporting the care they provide to their patients that is consistent with their practice objectives. Record keeping systems for practitioners who limit their care to the analysis and correction of vertebral subluxation should minimally reflect the segments/regions adjusted and the techniques or methods employed if they are not self-evident. Other pertinent information may be included on an as needed basis.

*This Sub-recommendation is in no way meant to contradict other recommendations made in these Guidelines that address issues related to Outcome Assessment, History and Examination, Duration of Care and Instrumentation.

Rating: Established Evidence: E, L

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_________________________________________________________ Council on Chiropractic Practice Clinical Practice Guideline Number 1 Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice – 2003 Update & Revision

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