Ep 31: Building Chiropractic/Orthopedic Relationships with Dr. James Eubanks

James Eubanks DC, MS, CSCS practices in Charlotte, NC and is playing the role of non-surgical spine specialist in connection to ongoing training at OrthoCarolina, one of the five largest orthopedic groups in the US. As a patient-centered, evidence based spine care specialist, Dr. Eubanks is learning the dynamics of triage and acts as spine gatekeeper, a role that is not filled by any other professional in the group.  Dr. Eubanks provides us with a sort of Chiropractic/Orthopedic Relations 101 and informs other chiropractors what we can do to gain respect in an orthopedist's eyes and possibly forge a similar path.

  1. Jim Eubanks' bio on Clinic website
  2. Craig Brigham's bio (with a very good video with him) on OrthoCarolina Spine Center website
  3. Work Loss Data Institute (Official Disability Guidelines)
  4. Cochrane Collaboration website
  5. SPORT (Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial) led by James N. Weinstein DO, MS
  6. 45-year prospective study follow-up on natural history of spondylolisthesis
  7. Finnish Twin Spine Study and disc degeneration
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  • Charlotte Chiropractor

    I practise in charlotte, nc and it’s great to have such a knowledgeable doctor in the area

    Aug 15, 2011 at 9:59 am
  • James J. Lehman, DC, MBA

    Dear Dr. Kinsler: Every chiropractic college faculty member and administrator should listen to this interview with Dr. James Eubanks. He is wise beyond his years in practice. Any chiropractic physician willing to integrate into the health care system would benefit from the sage advice provided by Jim.

    Sep 3, 2011 at 11:24 am
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