ITC is owned and operated by MEDICAL and CHIROPRACTIC physicians. We provide invasive and non-invasive medical pain management, chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, and injury rehabilitation.
ITC staff physicians and its affiliates are highly trained in assessing and documenting mild traumatic brain injuries, spine injuries, and neuromusculoskeletal injuries that are typically associated with low-speed collisions. Our physicians and its affiliates are fully trained on Colossus and similar injury claim assessment software.
Our FDA-cleared EEG/ERP is used by neurologists and major pharmaceutical companies. It’s an in-office protocol for evaluation of Altered Mental Status, which can include concussion or TBI, post-concussion syndrome, and dementia.
ERP stands for Event Related Potential. An event-related potential is the measured brain response that is the direct result of a specific sensory, cognitive, or motor event. An ERP measures brain electrical activity time-locked to a specific event during the EEG ( Electro Encephlogram) for better identification of injury. Often, concussion results from micro trauma resulting from stretched axons and neurons and chemical changes not evidenced on CT or MRI.
Up until now, neurologists and injury specialists were diagnosing mild and moderate traumatic brain injury through patient consultation, subjective findings, and TBI questionnaire assessments. The utilization of this method were scrutinized by many, and the results were argued to be non-reliable and non-reproduceable.
EEG/ERP testing totally changes the game!
MSR is a MD generated narrative report of symptom analysis, diagnosis, treatment, impairment rating, and prognosis geared to meet Colossus questions and requirements. Since the MVSR is generated and signed off by our medical physician, Colossus must accept ALL value drivers reported, and is unable to reject any value drivers in order to calculate the settlement amount.
The MSR utilizes all subjective and objective value drivers and decision points outlined by Colossus and Colossus-like softwares.
If you have a case that you are unable to negotiate higher amounts with the adjuster, we ask you to give us a call and let us generate you our MSR. You will see how Colossus accept those same value drivers when signed off by an MD. We have helped revive hundreds of such dead cases.
All injury settlements are calculated using Colossus and/or 70-80 other different claim evaluation softwares.
Research shows that less than 10% of clinics nationwide treating auto accident injuries are trained about Colossus and its proper utilization by the insurance companies assessing injury claims.
Unfortunately, while Colossus is their bread and butter, most attorneys are not trained in Colossus either. We know Colossus inside and out. We train all of our patients’ attorneys about Colossus.
These attorneys master legal applications of Colossus “value drivers”, how to incorporate those “value drivers” with the “Demand Letter”, and settlement negotiation. They achieve phenomenal results!
If the patient’s/client’s medical records do not answer the Colossus questionnaires; it is impossible to secure maximum policy limits for pain and suffering.
Our team of physicians have had advanced training in diagnosing and documenting impairment ratings, duties under duress, loss of enjoyment of life and future treatment recommendations. These are the categories that Colossus has rated as high value drivers used to determine the settlement value.
Colossus accepts the highest value drivers such as certain impairment ratings and prognosis from MDs only. This is why all of our patients cases are co-managed by MDs and DCs. Upon completion of treatment, our staff MD reviews all available records and generates a MSR narrative addressing all categories required by Colossus.
ITC has partnered with several other injury clinics throughout the metro. These joint patients have FULL access to our medical team including; on-site Nurse Practitioner, ITC’s team of specialists, Medical Validation Summary Reports, EEG/ERP evaluation for closed-head injuries, and both invasive and non-invasive pain management.