PERMANENT IMPAIRMENTS OF THE SPINE - SPONDYLOLISTHESIS

PERMANENT IMPAIRMENTS OF THE KNEE

Straight Leg Raise and "Root Tension Signs"

"Foramenal Compression Maneuvers"

GAIT DISTURBANCES & ASSISTIVE DEVICES

"SPECIAL TESTS" IN THE QME EXAMINATION - THE SPINE

"Cervical Radiculopathy"

"Sciatic Nerve Tension Signs"

"Perform a Gait Analysis"

"Activities of Daily Living Assessment"

"Symptom Magnification and Malingering"

21 SECRETS OF THE MOST PERSUASIVE QME'S

"Perform Every Single Objective Test"

"Examine for the Impairments"

"Quantifying Pain"

"Physical Examination Simulation Maneuvers"

"Examination Inconsistencies"

"Gait Disturbance Due To Ankle Arthroplasty"

WADDELL'S SIGNS & THE NON-PHYSIOLOGIC EXAMINATION

QME TRAINING FOR ATTORNEYS - VIDEOS

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PROGRAM SAMPLES & VIDEOS


"Gait Disturbance Due To Hip Dysplasia"

 "Gait Disturbance  Due To Cerebral Palsy"

 "Gait Disturbance & Assistive Devices"

This page is being constantly revised as we add new Programs to the MCLE Continuing Education Library.  Here you will find short lessons in the form of 1) PowerPoint presentations, 2) live demonstrations, and 3) audio narration .  These lessons are right from the QME examination room and show you how the very best QME Evaluators perform their procedures.  Where applicable, examples of correct and incorrect procedures are demonstrated.   Check back often  because the library is constantly growing! 


On this page you can view brief samples of the following:

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  • Videos and/or PowerPoint Slide Shows of:
  1. Currently approved MCLE Home Study Programs
  2. Supplemental Video Content (SVC) to accompany existing Programs
  3. Programs that are currently "under construction" and are not yet available for Continuing Education credit however, are provided here for your education.















    PERMANENT IMPAIRMENTS DUE TO COMMON CONDITIONS