As a chiropractic expert on many malpractice cases for both plaintiff and defense lawyers for more than a decade, I've discovered there is a huge problem with asking a new patient to sign an informed-consent form in the reception room before he or she has ever visited with the doctor.
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|Dynamic Chiropractic – October 1, 2019 (Vol. 37, Issue 10)|