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An approach to interprofessional management of complex patients: a case report

September 06, 2019

Introduction: Complex patients are frequently high-users of health care resources. Case management has been demonstrated to be an effective and efficient approach for this demographic. Case Presentation: A 36-year old, medically complex male patient was referred to an interprofessional primary care team to optimize health status. Team involvement included a case manager, nurse practitioner, pharmacist,

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Comminuted scapular body fractures: A report of three cases managed conservatively in chiropractic settings

May 21, 2014

Fractures of the scapula are relatively uncommon. Fractures specific to the scapular body comprise 35-65% of these fractures. Currently, 99% of all isolated scapular body fractures are being treated nonoperatively with an immobilizing sling or brace and some form of manual therapy with an 86% success rate. We present the conservative management of three patients

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