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Documenting Pain and Suffering

By James Beauchamp, D.C.
In the medical sciences we document pain and suffering (P&S) by breaking the reality of the patient’s suffering into objective documentation through the magic of office paperwork. This gives the patient the ability to relay to the doctor the facts of the injury, the experience of their pain and suffering, and how it affects his/her life.

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The Psychological Effects of Motor Vehicle Accident

By James Beauchamp, D.C.
Musculoskeletal injuries are always accompanied by some form of emotional reaction. A motor vehicle accident (MVA) may result in both physical injury and significant emotional trauma. In 2008 alone, there were over 1.5 million non-fatal car accidents in the US.

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Concussions: Protection and Prevention

December 21, 2015
By James Beauchamp, D.C.

The odds of fully recovering from a single concussion, while not 100 percent, are fairly decent. However, frequent, repetitive subconcussive hits over a protracted period of time can be very dangerous.

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Factors that Increase Healing Time in Injuries

November 6, 2015

Why do people with similar injuries sometimes heal at different rates? There are several factors that can lead to prolonged healing times.

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