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All courses by Matthew DeGaetano

  • Medical Compliance and Biomechanical Analysis of Spinal injuries

  • Doctors Referral Institute

    Documentation Documentation: Session 1 Documentation: Session 2 Attorney Marketing Material Attorney Marketing: Session 1

  • Personal Injury 101 for Attorneys

    These modules will better prepare law firms with important details injuries most firms never learn but are crucial to best practices outcomes.

    Prepare your legal assistants, paralegals or anyone you feel can help the outcomes of your cases.

  • Documentation & Billing

  • Colossus 101

    The essential Colossus 101 training course!

  • Colossus Mastery Program

    Each module begins with an hour video training session on each topic. Participants are given the opportunity to ask questions by using a simple Q&A forms in each page that relates to the topic. There is no time limit on these sessions as this course is available online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can refer back to topics as often as you like, for as long as you like.

  • Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

    The research studies listed below are currently open for enrollment for adult subjects. They may involve one or more of the following: practicing movements, neuroimaging, EEG, or neuropsychological testing. Please see the link below for the procedures and eligibility criteria for specific studies. There is no cost for participation or for any tests associated with […]

  • Pre–Existing Injuries and Whiplash

    Types of Pre-Existing Injuries Auto accidents can aggravate a wide range of pre-existing injuries. Some of the most common include: Herniated disks Head, neck, and back injuries Joint injuries, such as shoulders, elbows, knees and hips Degenerative arthritis Pre-Existing Injuries and Car Accidents When evaluating a patient after a motor vehicle accident, the patients past […]

  • Medicine & Whiplash

    Whiplash is a relatively common injury that occurs to a person’s neck following a sudden acceleration-deceleration force, most commonly from motor vehicle accidents. The term “whiplash” was first used in 1928. The term “railway spine” was used to describe a similar condition that was common in persons involved in train accidents prior to 1928. The […]

  • Whiplash Injury and Pain

    Whiplash injuries have been extensively studied and researched. Most observers really have no idea of what that person is experiencing. There are thousands of scientific studies describing every aspect of injuries, vehicle dynamics, short term affects, and long term consequences. Common Symptoms Following Whiplash In Order Of Prevalence Neck pain Headache (a,b,c) Interscapular pain Back […]