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Advanced Pain Connection

Event Details

Sat December 18, 2021 - 8:00 AM EST — Sun December 19, 2021 - 12:15 PM EST

Location: Annapolis, MD

The Westin Annapolis
100 Westgate Cir.
Annapolis, MD  21401
Phone:  (410) 972-4300

Speaker: Trevor Berry DC DACNB
Scott Tauber, DC, DABCO, CPC

CEU: 12

Price: $185.00$250.00

About the Seminar

Join Dr. Trevor Berry, a board-certified Chiropractic Neurologist & low-level laser expert & Dr. Scott Tauber, Personal Injury expert, as they pioneer the movement in connecting the hemispheres of the human body & brain.  They will present fundamentals of an integrative neuroscience-forward clinical framework for addressing pain and musculoskeletal injury presentations.  Dr. Berry’s background & extensive education will help bring to light advanced treatments including low-level laser technology, nutrition, topical therapies, receptor-based therapy, joint mobilization & vestibular therapies.  Dr. Tauber will incorporate PI as a specialty for those looking to acquire crucial skills as opportunities increase, creating improved case management to set up your clinic for pain & PI success.

As specialists, they will take you through a patient’s health history, examination & documentation.  Special attention will be given to pain & neurological conditions & their treatment through advanced chiropractic care, lasers, labs & nutrition.  They will bring together the big picture of how the central nervous system affects the body & influences many of the ailments our society suffers from, focusing on PI, TBI & Post-MVA pain conditions.


By design, this brand new 12-hour CE accredited lecture will connect the practitioner to real-life topics, concepts & skills for our rapidly evolving world!


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Seminar Topics

  • Introduction to Personal Injury care management
  • Identify risk & liability within PI cases
  • Mechanism of motor vehicle accidents & occupant kinematics
  • Introduction to low level laser physiology
  • Inflammation & pain physiology
  • Central mechanisms of inflammation & pain
  • Supporting medical necessity with FDA cleared research
  • Diagnostic imaging & associated testing for traumatic injuries
  • How to humanize & objectify PI patient injuries
  • TBI elements within the initial PI patient history
  • Overview of a basic post-MVA TBI & neurological examination
  • Pain, inflammation & FDA market clearances for low level laser technology (LLLT)
  • Why patients transition from acute TBI to post-concussion syndrome
  • Barrier systems, TBI & M2 glial resolution
  • Nutritional considerations in acute TBI and post-concussion
  • Mitigating long-term neurodegeneration post TBI
  • Overview & co-management of PI cases
  • Steps to create PI specific systems, algorithms & protocols for success
  • Basic & advanced demonstrations & assessments for:
    • Chronic pain & injury management
    • Post-concussion syndrome co-morbidities
    • Common vestibular injuries post MVA
    • Popular neurological exams
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About the Speaker


Specialty: Chiropractic Neurologist

3800 W. RAY ROAD, #12
PH: (480) 756-2600
Fax:  (480) 756-0800
Website:  www.azchironeuro.com


Dr. Berry has 24 years of clinical, teaching and research experience in the fields of Neurology, Chiropractic, Functional Medicine, Laser Therapy, Physiotherapy, Kinesiology, Rehabilitation and Orthopedics. Dedicated to providing scientific and cutting-edge healthcare applications in a friendly, patient centered environment

Employment History

1997 - Present. Arizona Chiropractic Neurology Cent er. Owner/Physician

Co-ordinate and oversee all day-to-day operational aspects including staffing, scheduling, protocols, training, patient education, supply chain, budgeting, financials and all patient processing and treatment.


  • 1997-2000 Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board
  • 1993-1996 Doctor of Chiropractic. Parker University, Dallas, Texas
  • 1991-1993 Pre-medicine requisites. University of Calgary, Canada

Educational, Research and Teaching Qualifications

  • Over 3000 post-doctoral hours in Neurology including Traumatic Brain Injury Fellowship, Movement Disorders, Balance Disorders/Vestibular Rehab and Functional Medicine
  • IRB certified lead investigator for Level 1 FDA studies with over 4 years of research experience. 2012-2014 Erchonia researcher of the year award
  • Veterinary Osteopathic Manipulation Certification
  • Functional Neurological Orthopedic Rehabilitation training (FNOR) Multiple FDA clearance publications on Low-Level Laser Therapy Lead Educator for Erchonia Corporation, Xymogen, Vibrant Wellness and BTracks

Current Professional Licenses

  • Arizona Chiropractic Board of Examiners
  • American Chiropractic Neurology Board

Other Awards and Achievements

  • Class Salutatorian, Parker University 1996
  • Parker Scholastic Excellence Award 1996
  • Canadian Academic Excellence Grant 1996

Scott Tauber, DC, DABCO, CPC

150 E. Camelback Rd., Ste. 444

Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

(888) 924-7479 ● Fax (888) 841-8585


American Institute of Personal Injury Physicians COO & Director of Education 7150 E. Camelback Rd., Ste. 444 2009 - present Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 Capital Healthcare Consultants, LLC President & CEO 7702 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd., Ste. 300 2005 - present Scottsdale, Arizona 85258 Tauber Chiropractic Office, P.C. Private Practice 4910 East Ray Road, Suite 9 1985 - 2004 Phoenix, AZ 85044 Lakeside Chiropractic Clinic, P.C. Private Practice 2113 Veterans Boulevard 1984 - 1985 Metairie, Louisiana 70002


  • ACA (American Chiropractic Association) News, "MD Collaboration for Personal Injury Patients" April 2015 (article)
  • Chiropractic Economics, “Case Analysis - Protecting Your Personal Injury Cases Begins at the Outset” October 2014 (article)
  • Guest Instructor, The American College of Chiropractic Consultants and The Council on Forensic Sciences Annual Fall Conference, Chicago, Illinois; Personal Injury Clinical Case Work-Up and Documentation Errors/Omissions, October 2014
  • Chiropractic Economics, “PI Rules of the Road - Three Ways to Improve Your Personal Injury Practice” April 2014 (article)
  • Guest Instructor, Oklahoma Chiropractors’ Association Fall Re-Licensing Event, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Clinical Documentation and Case Management of the Personal Injury Patient, August 2013
  • Guest Instructor, Jacobs & Jacobs Law Firm Annual Event, Tacoma, Washington; Strategies for Personal Injury Success, June 2013
  • Guest Instructor, Life University, Marietta, Georgia; Clinical Documentation and Case Management of the Personal Injury Patient, December 2011, February 2012 and February 2013
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal, “Will 2012 Be Your Best Year in Practice?” November 2011 (article)
  • Guest Instructor, Arizona Association of Chiropractic, Chandler Arizona; 5 Most Common Personal Injury Documentation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, September, September 2011
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal, “Patient Treatment Plans – Does Yours
  • Make Sense?” April-May 2010 (article)
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal, “Medicare – Are you Doing Your
  • P-A-R-T?” October 2009 (article)
  • Certified Professional Coder (CPC) – (2009 – present)
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal , “Evaluation & Management Codes – What Every DC Should Fully Know” June 2009 (article)
  • Guest Instructor, Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America, Casa Grande, Arizona; Medicare Documentation, Compliance, Coding & Billing, Part II, April, 2009
  • Guest Instructor, Arizona Association of Special Investigation Units (AASIU) Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, Fundamentals of Soft Tissue Injury Documentation, March 2009
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal , “Your Patient Examinations: Basic “Re-Training,” March 2009 (article)
  • Guest Instructor, Neuropathy Treatment Centers of America, Casa Grande, Arizona; Medicare Documentation, Compliance, Coding & Billing, Part I, February, 2009
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal , “A Complete Initial Patient History: What are the Benefits?” January 2009 (article)
  • Guest Instructor, American Institute of Personal Injury Physicians, Phoenix Arizona; CPT Coding & Billing and Clinical Case Management, June 2008
  • Certified J-Tech Medical trainer, computerized range of motion and manual muscle testing (2003)
  • Chiropractic investigative consultant to the State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners (2003 – present)
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal , “CA Corner,” (1999 – 2001) articles
  • Co-founder, developer & instructor, “Advancement through Chiropractic Training Seminars,” Doctor of Chiropractic Continuing Education seminars (1999 – present)
  • Chiropractic consultant, Arizona Department of Insurance, (1997)
  • Independent Chiropractic consultant, medico legal cases, (1996 – present)
  • Chiropractic consultant, State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners (1994 – 2003)
  • Co-founder, developer & instructor, “Advancement through Chiropractic Training Seminars,” Chiropractic Assistant training seminars (1993 – present)
  • Guest Lecturer, Arizona Association of Chiropractic State Convention (1993 – 1995)
  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic Journal , “Piriformis Syndrome,” November/December 1992 (article)
  • Examiner, State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners (1991 – 1998)
  • Team Chiropractic Physician, Arizona State Arena Football Association (1990 – 1991)


  • Diplomate, American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedics 1991
  • Board Certified Chiropractic Orthopedist
  • Life Chiropractic College 1981 - 1984
  • Marietta, Georgia Doctor of Chiropractic
  • State University of New York at Stony Brook 1978 - 1981


  • Whiplash & Brain Injury Traumatology Graduate – Spine Research Institute of San Diego (1995)
  • Arizona State Acupuncture Licensure (1988)
  • Fellow, International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture (1988)
  • Los Angeles College of Chiropractic; Certification on Disability & Impairment Ratings (1987)
  • Arizona State Physiotherapy Licensure (1986)
  • Arizona State Chiropractic Licensure (1985)


  • International Academy of Medical Acupuncture
  • American Academy of Professional Coders


12 CEs Applied NWHSU

DC States Applied for:  MD, DC, DE, NJ, PA, WV, VA

ND States Applied for:  MD, DC

*Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) applies for CE Hours to the chiropractic state licensing boards in states surrounding the seminar location. If you need hours for other states, please contact NWHSU before the seminar at 952-885-5446. Certain restrictions apply.  *$65 extra for CEs (if needed).  Transcripts are sent out by email approximately 2 months after seminar completion.  If you need a copy sooner, please contact NWHSU directly at (952) 885-5446.  Please visit NWHSU’s FAQs for your CE Questions.

ND CE Credit applied for by: National University of Health Sciences | Lincoln College of Postprofessional, Graduate and Continuing Education | 200 E. Roosevelt Rd. Lombard, IL 60148 Phone: (630) 889-6622.