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  1. How do those of you that take call get compensated for that time? Is it dependent on the cases done during the call time?
  2. Just wondering what those of you who used Kaplan qbank were scoring leading up to your pance and how you did on the actual exam? I've seen many say that Kaplan is quite a bit harder so just trying to get a idea of where I stand.
  3. This is an area I am not strong at. How did you all study this area and what resources did you find most helpful?
  4. Ill add to the original question: Do you have any suggestions in preparation for the review course? Did you use any review material or do you have any suggestions we can do ahead of time to get more out of the course? I have heard it is a great course and well worth the money
  5. In reference to the post above related to DC performing these services, I am inquiring about the usefullness of a PA being trained and credentialed in this modalities.
  6. In reference to the post above related to DC performing these services, I am inquiring about the usefullness of a PA being trained and credentialed in this modalities.
  7. Dry Needling is a "newer" modality for the treatment of various pains attributed to myofascial trigger points. I am not the best at giving the history and science of this but I will do my best to give you a quick summary. Dry needling is very similar to acupuncture in its essence however with dry needling the practitioner targets a specific trigger point as opposed to acupuncture's use of the meridians. Do a google search for the physician Karel Lewit. He is the first to introduce this concept of "Dry Needling". Here is a link to a website with many articles and studies related to this practice: http://dryneedlinginstitute.com/articles.html
  8. Dry Needling is a "newer" modality for the treatment of various pains attributed to myofascial trigger points. I am not the best at giving the history and science of this but I will do my best to give you a quick summary. Dry needling is very similar to acupuncture in its essence however with dry needling the practitioner targets a specific trigger point as opposed to acupuncture's use of the meridians. Do a google search for the physician Karel Lewit. He is the first to introduce this concept of "Dry Needling". Here is a link to a website with many articles and studies related to this practice: http://dryneedlinginstitute.com/articles.html
  9. I do not at this time. I am looking into several jobs in ortho. Some are for bigger hospitals while others are in private practice. How does this type of setup affect the employer? is there benefits to hiring a corporation as opposed to the individual?
  10. I do not at this time. I am looking into several jobs in ortho. Some are for bigger hospitals while others are in private practice. How does this type of setup affect the employer? is there benefits to hiring a corporation as opposed to the individual?
  11. Would an orthopod find benefit in bringing on a PA that could bring the options of dry needling and Active Release Therapy to their office? I can see the benefit in this as patient that were not immediate candidates for surgery could continue to be patients and bring in income but I can also see this being a disadvantage in that it would potentially decrease the surgery cases. On a side note: is this even legal?
  12. Would an orthopod find benefit in bringing on a PA that could bring the options of dry needling and Active Release Therapy to their office? I can see the benefit in this as patient that were not immediate candidates for surgery could continue to be patients and bring in income but I can also see this being a disadvantage in that it would potentially decrease the surgery cases. On a side note: is this even legal?
  13. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge on this topic? I am close to graduation and was told years ago by a very successful practicing PA that when I was ready to begin working I should look into incorporating myself. I have done some research online and can honestly not find any information relating to this.
  14. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge on this topic? I am close to graduation and was told years ago by a very successful practicing PA that when I was ready to begin working I should look into incorporating myself. I have done some research online and can honestly not find any information relating to this.
  15. E submitted 2 months ago. Final transcript arrived on 9/9. Ive taken a lot of classes at a lot of different schools so maybe mine is taking extra time? i had 6 different transcripts.
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