The Academy of Chiropractic has named Brendan Malloy, DC, of Marietta, Ga., as “Trauma Qualified” by the Cleveland University Kansas City, with courses approved through the ACCGME in conjunction with the State University of New York at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
Malloy has undergone rigorous training related to spine and trauma and is now formally qualified to either diagnose or manage all spine cases.
“Dr. Malloy joins an elite group of chiropractors nationally that have completed an extensive program in triaging the injured, MRI spine interpretation, spinal orthopedics, early detection for stroke, spinal biomechanical engineering and accident reconstruction for motor vehicle accidents,” said Mark Studin, DC, clinical director of the Academy of Chiropractic. “This recognition, which represents a level of clinical training, certifies that Dr. Malloy is the best of the best through clinical excellence, and I am proud to add him as a member.”
The Academy of Chiropractic is an organization that supports the chiropractic profession in an “apolitical environment,” combining academic chiropractic and medicine, chiropractic and medical literature and clinical chiropractic and medical practices to further the chiropractic profession. It is also committed to bring laboratory research to clinical practice with chiropractic as Primary Spine Care Providers for mechanical spine issues.
Through partnerships with both chiropractic and medical academia and highly-credentialed educators that range from National and Life Universities to Harvard Medical School, it have created a Fellowship in Spinal Biomechanics and Trauma, in addition to formal qualifications that have been recognized by Cleveland University, Kansas City Chiropractic Health Sciences, PACE Approved for the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards, and many approved for Graduate Medical Education by the Accreditation Council for Continued Medical Education in conjunction with the State University of New York at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. These are Trauma Qualified, Hospital Qualified, Primary Spine Care Qualified, Evaluation and Management Qualified and Expert Witness and Documentation Qualified.
“As research evolves, the current scientific literature verifies that chiropractic, when utilized as the first provider for spine, significantly reduces disability in the workplace, overall pain, prevents recurring injuries and improves function in almost every aspect of life,” Studin says. “Equally important, the scientific literature concludes that when chiropractic is considered as the first option for spine care, the need and use of opiates decreases, which contributes to helping eradicate the opiate crisis in our society.”
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