This is a statement issued by the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (formerly the “American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists (ABCO)): Any licensee who has questions regarding the DABCO credentials should contact the IANM at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office of IAMN at 844-532-2378.
The Governor of the State of Louisiana has issued a statewide mask mandate which includes chiropractic offices. All employees, patients and physicians should be wearing a mask that adequately protects themselves and others. Please follow the CDC guidelines posted on their website in cases of exposure.
The Board adopted a comprehensive mission statement in December, 2000, which begins: “The mission of the board is to protect the public health, safety and welfare through the regulation of individuals licensed under the authority of the Board . . . The entire statement may be viewed on the Mission Statement page. The Board continues
The LA Department of Health issued “Healthcare Facility Notice/Order Number 2020-COVID 19- All-007”. In part, it states that all healthcare providers postpone all in-person healthcare services that can safely be postponed for 30 days. You are to use your best clinical judgment to make this determination. You shall consider the entire clinical picture when determining
To clarify our 03/16/2020 communication below, the Board is not mandating closures. In answer to the many questions about “telepractice” or “telemedicine”, the following apply: You may use electronic means to recommend, change, or address activities which do not require “direct patient contact” such as at home exercise, general hygiene, at home palliative care, nutrition,
OF INTEREST……. In response to the COVID-19 (Corona Virus) concerns, the LA Board is not directing any office closures at this time. Use your own discretion. You should follow all CDC (Centers for Disease Control), Federal, State, Regional and Local guidelines and advisories. “Telepractice”, such as recommending exercise, general hygiene, at-home palliative care or nutrition
The LA Board of Chiropractic Examiners, from its meeting of 04/11/2019, expressly retracts any prior statements or positions made relative to CBD oil that would conflict with the LA Board of Pharmacy’s “Revised Guidance Document re Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil”. Contained below are excerpts from the LA Board of Pharmacy’s “Revised Guidance Document issued 02/19/2019 re
A patient’s chart is used to document the condition and care of the patient. A provider is responsible for contemporaneously documenting the patient’s condition and care and is responsible for maintaining this record for a period of six years from the date the patient is last treated. X-ray films should be maintained for a minimum
Effective 08/01/2017, Act 255 signed by Gov. John Bel Edwards, will require ALL licensees will be required to provide a total of at least 15 hours of CE annually, with 3 of the 15 hours to be “risk management” hours and 1 of the 3 hours of RM to be “ethics” training.