Industry News for Spinal Kinetics, LLC
Clearwater, Florida 33755
Welcome Dr. Jennifer Miller, DC
Dr. Miller is our new Director of Physicians Services and Business Development. She brings almost 10 years of experience as an integrated medical provider with a focus on spinal injury and imaging. She provides to Spinal Kinetics a KEY UNDERSTADING of what it takes to integrate medical services and medical referrals into and from the chiropractic setting. She aspires to help enhance the incorporation of medical excellence with chiropractic excellence to get better patient outcomes in the injury market.
She knows that the benefits of the “unbiased third-party” medical CRMA studies are a key component to that process. She also believes that the time has come to advance all injury professionals in the field to standardize their injury evaluation procedures so that no spinal ligament injuries continue to go undiagnosed.
Dr. Miller has been a featured as a medical expert in various trade publications and she has presented on TV segments in various regions of the country discussing pain pathology, conservative as well as surgical treatment options.
Here is a video of her at work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaVfWt-lVm4
Dr. Miller represents the highest levels of professionalism and we are very happy to have her on board. Her main role will be in assisting clinicians to see that no patient who is believed to have a spinal ligament injury should go untested. If you would like to reach Dr. Miller with questions or to welcome her to the team, you can reach her at 877-508-9729 ext. 1013. You can also reach her via email at email@example.com.
Spinal Kinetics LLC is a medical company that provides specialized spinal ligament injury testing. Our Board-Certified Medical Radiologists preform our proprietary CRMA® (Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis) which allows any Doctor of any specialty to determine the severity and the location of any spinal ligament condition, acute or chronic. There are over 220 specialized ligaments that hold the spine together. Today’s MRI tests for damage to 10% of the spine ligament base, our testing covers the rest. For more information on MRI and CRMA® go to www.thespinalkinetics.com.