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Turano-McCall Chiropractic

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Gary D. McCall, DC & Peter J. Turano, DC

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12M of T
 

12 M of T (12 months of twitter)

  • TMCQOTD (Turano-McCall Chiropractic Question Of The Day) - Tweeted in the morning
  • Answer is Tweeted in the evening
  • Questions may need to be multiple choice to keep interest (ie. not too difficult)
  • Have Tweets go directly to Facebook for maximum exposure
  • Tweeted Monday thru Friday
  • Will need 260 questions (5 days/week for 52 weeks = 260 days)
  • Do this for one year then repeat
  • Running list of questions and answers here
  • Get questions from: pamphlets; newsletters; old sign in sheet questions; articles etc.

 

Week 4

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Week 5 - Back Surgery

  1. Mo- TMCQOTD-True or False: Modern back surgery is generally guaranteed to fix your back, and cure what is causing your back pain. AOTD-False- Back surgery isn't a guaranteed fix for what ails you & many factors contribute to the routine failure of back surgery to reduce pain
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-What is the name given to the condition that's described as "when back surgery fails to remove the patient's pain?" AOTD- Failed Back Surgery Syndrome or FBSS
  3. We-TMCQOTD-Statistics show that nearly ___% of back surgeries fail!     a. <2%  b. 19%  c. 40%  d. 70%  AOTD-  c. 40%.  Back surgery is always a risky procedure with unreliable outcomes.  Failure to reduce pain occurs nearly 40% of the time.
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-True or False: You should never be treated by a chiropractor once you've had back surgery to avoid further injury to the area.  AOTD- False. For those who've experienced unsuccessful back surgery, HOPE is still possible with ultra-gentle, modified chiropractic care.
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-What types of FBSS has TMC successfully treated to reduce pain: A) bony spinal fusion B) fusion by plate C) metal rod D) all of them  AOTD-TMC has reduced patient's pain following bony spinal fusion, fusion by plate & metal rod surgeries using ultra-gentle modern techniques

 

Week 6 Pregnancy

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD- Experts agree there are how many common patterns of low back pain in pregnancy? a) one b) two c) three d) it's more complicated  AOTD- b) two. pain in the lumbar spine and posterior pelvic/sacral pain.
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD- What percentage of pregnant women will experience low back pain during their pregnancy? a)10% b) 40% c) 70% d) 90% AOTD- c) is the best answer. some sources suggest 50-70% with others as high as 75-80%
  3. We-TMCQOTD- True or False. Changes in posture, pinched nerves and hormonal changes all contibute to low back pain in pregnant women.  AOTD- True.
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-MDs can safely treat pregnant women for LB pain with meds in: a)1st trimester b)2nd trimester c)3rd trimester d)none of these AOTD- d)it is not completely safe to treat pregnant woman with medications in any trimester.
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-Chiropractors can successfully/safely treat pregnant women in a)1st trimester b)2nd trimester c)3rd trimester d) all of these AOTD- d) chiropractors use gentle modern techniques to successfully treat pregnant woman for back pain any time till delivery (and after)

 

Week 7 (p.9) Nervous system

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-Chiropractors work primarily with: a) muscles b) the spine c) the nervous system d) the brain  AOTD-Chiropractors WORK PRIMARILY with b) the spine
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-Chiropractors major interest is in restoring a more normally functioning: a) organ system b) spine c) nervous system d) skeleton  AOTD-Chiropractors major interest is in RESTORING A MORE NORMALLY FUNCTIONING c) nervous system
  3. We-TMCQOTD-Many patients begin chiropractic care with a ____ problem but discover other seemingly unrelated health problems improve also.  AOTD-Many patients begin chiropractic care with a BACK problem but discover other seemingly unrelated health problems improve also.
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-Name one health problem that, while seemingly unrelated, may improve along with a patient's back problem with chiropractic care:  AOTD-Digestive problems, headaches, allergies,
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-The body's nervous system controls the function of virtually every bodily: a) organ b) cell c)  system d) tissue e) all of these  AOTD- e) The body's nervous system controls the function of virtually every  organ, cell, system and tissue in the body.

 

Week 8 (p.9) Subluxations and nerves

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-All parts of the body are controlled by the nerve system consisting of the brain, peripheral nerves and the _____   _____ (2 words)  AOTD-All parts of the body are controlled by the nerve system consisting of the brain, peripheral nerves and the SPINAL CORD.
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-Interfering with ANY part of the nerve system interferes with YOUR ability to: a)function properly b)fight infection c)be pain free  AOTD-Interfering with ANY part of the nerve system interferes with YOUR ability to FUNCTION PROPERLY (choice a)
  3. We-TMCQOTD-Chiropractors __________ spinal interferences to the nerve system. a) detect, b) correct, c) both a & b, d) neither a nor b  AOTD-Chiropractors DETECT & CORRECT spinal interferences to the nerve system. (choice c)
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-Chiropractors call a misaligned spinal bone that results in nerve interference a:  a) luxation b) sprain c) subluxation d) flajpop  AOTD-Chiropractors call a misaligned spinal bone that results in nerve interference a SUBLUXATION. (choice c)
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-True or False.........Subluxations (what some people refer to as pinched nerves) are always painful. AOTD-FALSE Subluxations aren't always painful. They can result in mild-severe pain & stiffness/soreness, but sometimes cause no pain at all.

 

 

Week 9 (p. 3 & p. 4) Subluxation & Adjustment

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-Reasons a subluxation may not be painful include: a) it's very mild b) pt's adapted to their condition c) pt has nerve damage d) all  AOTD-Reasons a subluxation may not be painful include it's very mild, pt's adapted to their condition & pt has nerve damage, among others (d)
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-Long-standing spinal problems are difficult or impossible to correct due to spinal: a) degeneration b) regeneration c) atrophy d)all  AOTD-Long-standing spinal problems are difficult or impossible to correct due to spinal DEGENERATION (a) which worsens with time.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-A specific chiropractic procedure using carefully directed&controlled pressure to restore spinal bone's normal position/motion is an  AOTD- ADJUSTMENT
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-Normalizing the position & motion of the spinal bones eliminates: a) abnormal vertebrae b) subluxations c) anomalies d)none of these  AOTD-Normalizing the position & motion of the spinal bones eliminates SUBLUXATIONS (b)
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-A chiropractic adjustment eliminates the vertebral subluxation complex which allows the body to begin the ______ process   AOTD-A chiropractic adjustment eliminates the vertebral subluxation complex which allows the body to begin the HEALING process

 

Week 10 X-rays and "popping" noise

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-What might a chiropractor use to reveal internal structures of the spine & confirm the findings of other examinations?  An _______   AOTD-A chiropractor might use an XRAY to reveal the internal structures of the spine & confirm the findings of other examinations.
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-Chiropractors like x-rays taken in what position to view the bones?  a) recumbent   b) A-P   c) Lateral   d) weight-bearing  AOTD-Chiropractors like x-rays taken in the WEIGHT-BEARING (d) position to view the bones in the dynamic positions of daily living.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-True or False. Chiropractors look at the relationship of the bones to the soft tissues when reading x-rays.  AOTD-FALSE. Chiropractors look at the relationships of one spinal bone to another & not necessarily the soft tissues when reading x-rays.
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-Fluid, soft tissue & gas bubbles within the spinal joints are all responsible for: a)inflammation b)arthritis c)popping noise d)pain  AOTD-Fluid, soft tissue & gas bubbles within the spinal joints are all responsible for the POPPING NOISE you hear during a spinal adjustment
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-True or False. The popping noise, also known as cavitation, is almost always heard during a spinal adjustment.  AOTD-FALSE. Not all adjustments create a popping sound so the effectiveness of an adjustment can't be judged by it's presence or loudness

 

Week 11 (p.5) Subluxations & compensatory subluxations

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-The part of your nerve system most easily damaged by stress or trauma is the spinal cord and ______ roots.  AOTD-The part of your nerve system most easily damaged by stress or trauma is the spinal cord and NERVE roots.
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-The individual bones that make up the spine are called _______.  AOTD-The individual bones that make up the spine are called vertebrae. These are the bones that sometimes pinch/irritate the nerve roots.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-The spinal cord can be irritated by misaligned vertebrae and also inflamed/bulging _____.  AOTD-The spinal cord can be irritated by misaligned vertebrae and also inflamed/bulging DISCS aka intervertebral discs
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-True or False: A compensatory subluxation is when one part of your spine malfunctions & affects another part of your spine.  AOTD-TRUE.. A compensatory subluxation is when one part of your spine malfunctions & affects another part of your spine.
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-A compensatory subluxation can result in vertebrae: a) moving too much  b) moving too little  c) both  d) neither  AOTD-A compensatory subluxation can result in vertebra moving too much or moving too little which is why your dr. may check your whole spine

 

Week 12 Headaches

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD- The body may attempt to compensate for spinal imbalances by causing muscular: a) tightness b) weakness c) numbness d) all  AOTD-The body may attempt to compensate for spinal imbalances by causing muscular TIGHTNESS (a)
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-When pinched nerves cause muscular tightness in the neck, jaw & skull, these spasms can lead to what common symptom? _____(not PAIN)  AOTD-When pinched nerves cause muscular tightness in the neck, jaw and skull, these spasms can lead to HEADACHES.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-What daily event can increase the frequency & intensity of headaches? a) getting out of bed  b) swallowing  c) stress  d) tinnitus AOTD-STRESS can increase the frequency & intensity of headaches by causing muscles to tense up or tighten even further.
  4. Th-QOTD-Put the following in correct order: a)muscle tightness subsides b)adjustment moves vertebra c)headache gone d)nerve irritation relieved  AOTD-Put the following in correct order: b)adjustment moves vertebra d)nerve irritation relieved a)muscle tightness subsides  c)headache gone
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-The only type headache chiropractic can help is:  a) migraine  b) tension c) TMJ headache d) all of these  AOTD-d) all of these..chiropractic can help migraine, tension and even TMJ headaches by adjusting the neck, jaw bone and bones of the skull

 

Week 13 AMA and Wilks lawsuit

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-Since the nerves go to virtually every part of you, if you removed all muscles, bones & tissue, you'd see an outline of your _______  AOTD-Acceptable answers include: body, organs, frame 
  2. Tu-QOTD-What phrase best describes MD's & chiropractors? a)they get along fine b)they don't get along c)they get along better than they used to  AOTD-MD's & chiropractors get along better than they used to due to relaxed constraints & propaganda from the American Medical Association..
  3. We-TMCQOTD-True or false: Chiropractors sued a medical doctor in 1987 for spreading rumors about the chiropractic profession.  AOTD-False. Chiropractors sued the AMA for unlawful conspiracy in restraint of trade "to contain & eliminate the chiropractic profession".
  4. Th-QOTD-The judge found that the AMA's boycott of chiropractic was partially motivated by: a) lies b) economic concerns c) ignorance d) rumours  AOTD-The judge found that the AMA's boycott of chiropractic was partially motivated by economic concerns (b) for fear of losing patients. 
  5. Fr-QOTD-The judge found the AMA:a)engaged in an unlawful conspiracy b)had a history of illegal behavior c)tried to eliminate chiropractic d)all  AOTD-The judge found the AMA had engaged in an unlawful conspiracy* to eliminate chiropractic and had a long history of illegal behavior (d)

* Addendum-Following a decade of litigation, the Seventh Circuit Court upheld the ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Susan Getzendanner that the AMA had engaged in a "lengthy, systematic, successful and unlawful boycott" designed to restrict cooperation between MDs and chiropractors in order to eliminate the profession of chiropractic.

 

Week 14  Chiropractic vs. Medical education

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-True or false: Chiropractic college entrance requirements include 'Pre-med' subjects such as chemistry & physics.   AOTD-TRUE: Chiropractic college entrance requirements include 'Pre-med' subjects such as chemistry & physics (& others-biology etc.)
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-Most chiropractic colleges require how many years of undergraduate work for admission?  a) 0  b) 1 year  c) 2 years  d) 2+ years  AOTD-Most chiropractic colleges require 2+ years (d) of undergraduate work for admission.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-How many years do most chiropractic studies programs last (in addition to the 2+Y pre-requisite)? a) 1 year  b) 2Y  c) 3Y  d) 4Y   AOTD- Most chiropractic studies programs last 4 years (in addition to the 2+Y pre-requisite). The actual course work is 4.5-5 years material   ADDENDUM-This course work is typically completed in 3 years by going to school year round (no summer breaks).
  4. Th-QOTD-While chiropractic & medical educations are similar, chiropractors spend more hours studying:a)anatomy b)radiology c)neuroscience d)all  AOTD-While chiropractic & medical educations are similar, chiropractors spend more hours studying anatomy, radiology & neuroscience. (d-all)  ADDENDUM-A comparison of required course hours has medical school at 5,222 hours and chiropractic college at 5,112 hours of study in similar courses.
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-True or false: Chiropractic interns get experience working with patients making rounds in hospitals.   AOTD-FALSE: Chiropractic interns get experience EVALUATING & TREATING student & public patients in CLINICS AFFILIATED WITH THEIR COLLEGES.  ADDENDUM-Chiropractic interns must meet minimum requirements in physical examinations, x-ray studies, clinical lab work (blood chemistries, urinalysis etc.), chiropractic treatments (adjustments) and physical therapy treatments in order to successfully complete the clinical/intern portion of their chiropractic studies and graduate.

 

Week 15 Malpractice insurance and treatment safety

  1. Mo-QOTD-The cost in $'s for suffering caused by a particular health profession is reflected by: a)office fees b)lawsuits c)malpractice premiums  AOTD-The cost in $'s for suffering caused by a particular health profession is reflected by that profession's malpractice insurance premiums(c)  ADDENDUM: This would be determined by the NUMBER of payouts and the SIZE of those monetary payouts made by the malpractice insurance carriers.
  2. Tu-QOTD-Malpractice insurance premiums are also a strong indicator of a profession's: a)effectiveness b)safety c)acceptance d)trustworthiness  AOTD-Malpractice insurance premiums are also a strong indicator of a profession's safety (b). Lower premiums = greater profession safety
  3. We-QOTD-Safety extrapolated from data on malpractice insurance premiums is important because it's: a)unbiased b)AMA endorsed c)cost effective  AOTD-Safety extrapolated from data on malpractice insurance premiums is important because it's unbiased (a) & devoid of passion & prejudice  ADDENDUM: It's simple economics...the malpractice insurance RATES will be lower for the profession that causes FEWER injuries and LESS SERIOUS injuries.
  4. Th-QOTD-A typical malpractice insurance rate for a MEDICAL INTERNIST would be: a)$300 b)$3,000 c)$30,000 d)$300,000  AOTD-A typical malpractice insurance rate for a MEDICAL INTERNIST (who has one of the lowest rates for MEDICAL doctors) would be $30,000 (c)
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-A typical malpractice insurance rate for a CHIROPRACTOR would be: a)$300 b)$3,000 c)$30,000 d)$300,000  AOTD-A typical malpractice insurance rate for a CHIROPRACTOR would be: (less than )$3,000 (b) or 1/10th that of the medical internist.  ADDENDUM: The  chiropractor is SIGNIFICANTLY less likely to cause you harm or injury (or death)

 

Week 16 http://blog.toyourhealth.com/wrblog/2012/04/nsaids-increase-risk-of-atrial-fibrillation/

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-The first line of treatment for back & neck pain employed by most MD's would include: a)stretches b)NSAIDs c)exercises d)dry heat   AOTD-The first line of treatment for back & neck pain employed by most MD's would include NSAIDs (b) aka. non-steroidal anti-inflamatory drugs
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD- NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) include: a) ibuprofen b) aspirin c) naproxen d) all of these  AOTD- NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) include ibuprofen, aspirin & naproxen (d-all of these).
  3. We-TMCQOTD-True or false: Chiropractors don't approve of the use of NSAIDs because they're expensive and unproven.  AOTD- False: Chiropractors don't approve of the use of NSAIDs because they have SIDE EFFECTS and they MASK what's CAUSING your pain.
  4. Th-QOTD-Side effects of using NSAIDs include: a) erectile dysfunction b) hearing loss c) cardiovascular risks d) death e) c&d f) all of these  AOTD-Side effects of using NSAIDs include ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, HEARING LOSS, CARDIOVASCULAR RISKS and DEATH (f-all of these)
  5. Fr-QOTD-OTC  NSAIDs increase the risk of ______ by 17%. a) congestive heart failure b) ventricular tachycardia c) atrial fibrillation d) all  AOTD-OTC (over-the-counter)  NSAIDs increase the risk of ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (a cause of STROKE & HEART FAILURE) by 17%.  

        http://blog.toyourhealth.com/wrblog/2012/04/nsaids-increase-risk-of-atrial-fibrillation/

 

Week 17 (p.6) Facilitative lesions

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-A _____lesion is when subluxations cause twisting, rubbing and irritation to nerve roots. a)sclerotic b)facilitative c)ulcerative   AOTD-A facilitative (b) lesion is when subluxations cause twisting, rubbing and irritation to nerve roots.
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-Researchers have discovered what percentage of subluxations are facilitative? a) 20% b) 40-50% c) 85% d) all of them (100%)  AOTD-Researchers have discovered 85% (c) of subluxations are facilitative.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-True or false: Facilitative lesions are considered secondary lesions and thus cause only minor or mild nerve interference.  AOTD-False: Facilitative lesions are a very serious interference to normal nerve function.
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-Facilitative nerve lesions can cause: a) muscle spasms b) muscles to shrink or atrophy c) both a & b  d) neither a nor b  AOTD-Facilitative nerve lesions can cause muscle spasms and also make muscles shrink or atrophy (c both a&b)
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-_______ then cause(s) further irritation to nerve roots: a)muscle spasms b)muscle atrophy c) both a & b  d) neither a nor b   AOTD-Muscle spasms (a) then cause further irritation to nerve roots which is considered secondary in nature. ADDENDUM: This is when your initial mild pain keeps getting tighter and tighter and pain progressively gets worse as the muscular spasm pulls on the nerve root thus irritating it further.

 

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Week 20 (p.11) Chiropractic licensing and Myopathology (p.13 and medical dictionary)

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-True or false: Chiropractors take BOTH a national board test AND a state board test in order to practice in a given state.  TMCAOTD-True. Chiropractors take BOTH a rigorous national board test AND a state board test in order to practice in a given state.
  2. Tu-QOTD-True or false: The national licensing body for the chiropractic profession is called the International Board of Chiropractic Examiners.  TMCAOTD-False: The national licensing body for the chiropractic profession is called the NATIONAL Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
  3. We-TMCQOTD-The word MYOPATHOLOGY describes a)the study of muscular diseases b)a form of muscular dystrophy c)abnormal muscle function  TMCAOTD-The word MYOPATHOLOGY describes abnormal muscle function
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-MYOPATHOLOGY can be caused by a)a reduced nerve supply b)an increased nerve supply c)vertebral subluxation complex d)all of these  TMCAOTD-MYOPATHOLOGY can be caused by a reduced nerve supply or increased nerve supply due to vertebral subluxation complex (d all of these)
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-Reduced nerve supply results in a)weakened muscles b)muscular atrophy c)both of these d)neither of these  TMCAOTD-Reduced nerve supply results in weakened muscles which over time results in muscular atrophy (c both of these)

 

Week 21-Types of Care (p.14)

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-True or false: The 3 types of chiropractic care are Initial Intensive/Acute care, Reconstructive/Corrective care & Maintenance care.  TMCAOTD-True: The 3 types of chiropractic care are Initial Intensive/Acute care, Reconstructive/Corrective care & Maintenance care.
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-The goal of Initial Intensive/Acute care is: a)stabilize the spine b)provide relief c)prevent future problems d) all of these TMCAOTD-The goal of Initial Intensive/Acute care is to provide relief of symptoms (b)
  3. We-TMCQOTD-The goal of Reconstructive/Corrective care is: a)stabilize the spine b)prevent future problems c)both of these d)neither of these  TMCAOTD-The goal of Reconstructive/Corrective care is to stabilize the spine to maximize the healing process.
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-The goal of Maintenance care is to: a)maintain the spine b)keep your vertebrae in line c)prevent future problems d)all of these  TMCAOTD- The goal of Maintenance care is to maintain the spine, keep your vertebrae in line & prevent future problems (d all of these)
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-True or false: Getting an adjustment right after your symptoms return and before they turn serious is considered maintenance care.  TMCaOTD-False: Getting an adjustment right BEFORE your symptoms return is considered maintenance care

 

Week 22 Frequency of the Different Types of Care (mine)

  1. Mo-TMCQOTD-Frequency of office visits for Initial Intensive/Acute care is: a)1 visit per month b)1 visit per week c)2-5 visits per week d)none  TMCAOTD-Frequency of office visits for Initial Intensive/Acute care is 2-5 visits per week (c)
  2. Tu-TMCQOTD-True/false: Factors affecting frequency of visits for Initial Intensive care include severity of symptoms & how long you've had them.  TMCAOTD: True. The factors affecting frequency of visits for Initial Intensive care include severity of symptoms & how long you've had them.  ADDENDUM  
    initial intensive care is to get you out of pain, so 3-5 visits in a week is typical. this can go on for 4-8 weeks. the more severe your symptoms are, the longer it can take to get them under control...and the same goes for the longer you...'ve had them because your body starts to get used to the malpositioning of your vertebrae, so that becomes your "normal". this incorrect positioning over time leads to chronic symptoms, degeneration of the discs and arthritis (which some medical doctors are referring to as stenosis these days).
  3. We-TMCQOTD-Frequency of office visits for Reconstructive/Corrective care is: a)1 visit per month b)1-3 visits per week c)1visit biweekly d)none  TMCAOTD-Frequency of office visits for Reconstructive/Corrective care is 1-3 visits per week (b)
  4. Th-TMCQOTD-Frequency of office visits for Maintenance care is: a)1 visit per month b)1 visit every 2 weeks c)1visit every 8-12 weeks d)all  TMCAOTD-Frequency of office visits for Maintenance care is 1 visit every 2-12 weeks (d all) depending on the patient's needs.  ADDENDUM different factors affect how long a patient can go in between maintenance care office visit hence the broad range.
  5. Fr-TMCQOTD-True or false: The AVERAGE frequency of office visits for Maintenance care is 1 visit every 12 weeks.  TMCAOTD-False: The AVERAGE frequency of office visits for Maintenance care is 1 visit every 4 WEEKS.

 

Week 23 Initial Intensive/Acute Care (p14 and mine) **May include Reconstructive/Corrective Care this week.  Maintenance Care next week**

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