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Worker's Compensation for Chiropractors: Basics and Beyond
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Learn Wisconsin's treatment guidelines for Worker's Compensation. Register early - space is limited. 4CE for DCs & CTs

12/7/2017
When: Thursday December 7
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: Holiday Inn American Center
5109 Terrace Drive
Madison, Wisconsin  53718
United States
Presenter: Jeffrey M. Wilder, DC, FACO, CCSP, FICA
Contact: Andrea Murray
608-256-7023


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Chiropractors in Wisconsin are full participants in our state’s Workers Compensation system, acknowledged to be one of the best in the U.S. However, it is a proprietary system, and has little known rules and conventions that must be navigated. In this course, you will learn referral protocol and will understand the Wisconsin Treatment Guidelines, including how to:
• effectively and properly dispute unpaid claims
• fill out required WC paperwork properly
• communicate work restrictions to employers
• petition for a fee review
• file a necessity of treatment dispute resolution
• assess and communicate temporary partial disability
• assess and assign permanent partial disability.

Registration Fees Includes 180 page resource book.

Members: Early Bird (until 11/30) $105 / Standard Rate (12/1-12/6) $125
Nonmembers: Early Bird (until 11/30) $185 / Standard Rate (12/1-12/6) $205

Hotel Accommodations:
Contact Holiday Inn American Center at (608) 249-4220 and mention Wisconsin Chiropractic Association.

Registration fees include Worker’s Comp Resource Book and all materials

INSTRUCTOR Jeffrey M. Wilder, DC, FACO, CCSP, FICA
Dr. Wilder has been a leader in chiropractic for over 30 years, and was President of WCA from 1991- 1997. He served as Chairman of the WCA Workers Compensation Committee for many years. He has served as an Expert Peer Reviewer to the Department of Workforce Development, and has represented WCA to the State Legislature during hearings on Workers Compensation.