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Workers Compensation Treatment Consulting for Chiropractors

If you are looking to gain more understanding of treatment of workers compensation as it applies to your chiropractic practice, please contact Livingstone-Lopez Consulting.

Dana Livingstone-Lopez is an expert in disability report writing and claims-related issues of significance to physicians who practice medicine in the field of California Workers’ Compensation. She has been certified as an educational provider by the Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Workers’ Compensation, State of California, since 1996. (DWC-Education Provider Number #470). She is the co-editor and partner of Elliott-Lopez Publications, Inc.

Dana is also the principal of Livingstone-Lopez Consulting, a company focused on training physicians to become Qualified Medical Evaluators and/or to sharpen their workers’ compensation report writing skills in order to increase their workers’ compensation referrals.


Livingstone-Lopez Consulting Services include:

  • QME Continuing Education Classes
  • Claims/case management
  • Marketing coordination
  • Disability Evaluation Report Writing for pre-QME qualification (DWC education provider #2)
  • Editing / proofreading and critiquing disability reports
  • Special project management upon request

Contact Dana at 760.944.6769 to discuss additional services.

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“I got all the materials and the certificate of completion by US Mail yesterday. Thank you very much. It has truly been a worthwhile educational experience. I found the study materials quite helpful, full of information, and easy. Please place me on your e-mail list for future continuing education. I will not have to submit continuing education credits for another 2 years but I would like to get a head start next time (versus waiting till the month before to submit proof of continuing education).
Thank you very much again. Take care. I will be happy to recommend your company to colleagues and other QMEs.”

Dr Shaul Saddick