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Some experts are good at evaluating all aspects of a case, some experts can address every issue asked of them including ones not considered, and some experts are excellent testifiers. Dr. Bailey was all three of these wrapped into one. I would highly recommend him as an expert.
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Curriculum Vitae

Robert A. Bailey , DC, DABFP, CICE, DABCC, CIRE

14920 Hickory Greens Court
Fort Myers, Florida 33912
Telephone 812-890-7121

drbailey@drrobertbailey.com

Website: www.drrobertbailey.com

Last Updated May of 2015

Dr. Robert A. Bailey

Dr. Robert A. Bailey

Education


Logan College of Chiropractic

Chesterfield, Missouri
Completed 4 academic yrs with 4,605 hrs of in-class training
Graduated 1977

 

Military service


U.S. Army

Medical Corps (91P20)
1969 – 1972 Honorable Discharge

 

Training and Certifications


American Board of Forensic Professionals (DABFP)

Certificate number: 0034

Expiration date: 12/18/2016

 

American Board of Chiropractic Consultants (DABCC)

Certificate number: 124

Expiration date: 10/12/2016

 

American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME)

Certificate number: 07-00162

 

Certified Impairment Rating Examiner (CIRE)

Examination hosted by Brigham & Associates.

 

Certified by the National Association of Disability Evaluating Professionals (NADEP) 2004

 

Successfully completed training in the use of the 6 th Edition of the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment entitled, ‘Learning the New Standard’ March 2008.

 

Learning the New Standard : 6 th Edition of the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, taught by Christopher R. Brigham, MD, Senior Contributing Editor for the Sixth Edition.

 

American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME) AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 5 th ed. With Review of Principles of Disability Assessment, Chicago, Illinois, taught by Dr. Mohammed Ranavaya.

 

American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME) Causation, What does the science say? A Workshop . Chicago, Illinois, taught by Dr. Kathryn Mueller.

 

Successfully passed a course in Chiropractic Forensics; sponsored by the National Board of Forensic Chiropractors and Texas College of Chiropractic.

 

Module 1 : Introduction to Forensic Chiropractic

Module 2 : Federal Rules Applicable to Forensic Chiropractic

Module 3 : Forensic Clinical Evaluation-Reporting Process

Module 4 : Investigation and Risk Management

Module 5 : Evaluation of Work Functional Capacity

Module 6 : Application of Forensic Evidence in Integration

 

Successfully completed a course in Independent Medical Examination; sponsored by the National Board of Forensic Chiropractors and co-sponsored by the National University of Health Sciences, College of Chiropractic.

 

Module 1 : Diagnostics Imaging and Clinical Evaluation; successfully passed module examination.

  • Session 1: Clinical Evaluation
  • Session 2: Imaging of Trauma, 1
  • Session 3: Imaging of Trauma, 2
  • Session 4: Radiology: bone and joint disease

 

Module 2 : Clinical Diagnosis; successfully passed module examination.

  • Session 5: Laboratory Diagnosis
  • Session 6: Neurology Examination
  • Session 7: Peripheral Vascular System
  • Session 8: Electro/Neurodiagnostic Testing

 

Module 3 : Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Modalities and Procedures; successfully passed module examination.

  • Session 9: Physiological Therapeutics
  • Session 10: Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
  • Session 11: Modern Imaging (CT, MRI, Nuclear)

 

Module 4 : Impairment Rating from AMA’s Fifth Edition of the Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment; successfully passed module examination.

  • Session 12: Impairment Rating
  • Session 13: Impairment Rating
  • Session 14: Impairment Rating
  • Session 15: Impairment Rating

 

MODULE 5 : Independent Examiner’s Responsibilities

  • Session 16: Evaluating Biopsychosocial Behavior
  • Session 17: Outcome Assessment Tools
  • Session 18: Evaluating Scientific Literature

 

MODULE 6 : Orthopedics

  • Session 19: Head and Cervical Spine
  • Session 20: Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
  • Session 21: Upper Extremity
  • Session 22: Lower Extremity

Successfully completed a comprehensive program of Chiropractic Peer/Utilization. Course covered report writing, legal implications, treatment guideline development and application. Course sponsored by National University of Health Services. December 2000.

 

Licenses


 

Chiropractic, State of Indiana, License # 08000609A

 

Professional Experience


 

1977 – 2013     Private Practice, Vincennes, Indiana.

2001 – Present     Litigation Consultant providing forensic services, performing independent medical examinations, impairment ratings, medical records reviews, and serving as a chiropractic expert.

2005 – Present     Instructor for National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) Special Investigations Academy

 

Associations


 

Member, American Chiropractic Association (ACA)

Member, Indiana State Chiropractic Association (ISCA)

Member, American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME)

Member, American Chiropractic Association Council of Forensic Sciences

 

Member, Council of Chiropractic Orthopedists-College of Forensic Sciences (CFS)

Member of American College of Chiropractic Consultants (ACCC)

 

APPOINTMENTS


Educational Liaison for the American Chiropractic Association Council of Forensic Sciences (2010 – 2011)

 

Research interests


  1. Spinal manipulation and arterial dissection
  2. Informed Consent and Risk Management
  3. Utilization of Outcome Assessment Tools in Practice

 

Presentations


Speaker for the Knox County, Indiana BAR Association.

The philosophy and appropriate use of the American Medical Association’s Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 5 th edition” , July 2002.

 

Featured speaker for the Indiana Chapter of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators in Indianapolis, Indiana. “ Fraud and Fraud Prevention ” August 2002.

 

Keynote speaker for the Indiana State Chiropractic Association Fall Convention, (16 CME hrs), “The New Millennium Chiropractic Survival Guide and Construction of an Adequate Patient File: The Reviewer’s Perspective.” Indianapolis, IN, October 2002.

 

October 2003-Featured speaker for the Indiana Chapter of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators in Carmel, Indiana. “ Identifying Medical Provider Fraud Through Questioning the Claimant .”

 

November, 2003-Featured speaker for the Indiana Chapter of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators in Indianapolis, Indiana. “ How to Identify Medical Provider Fraud by Questioning the Claimant .”

 

March, 2004-Featured speaker for Liberty Mutual Insurance National Meeting of Special Investigators in Indianapolis, Indiana. “ Symptom Magnification .”

 

August 2004-Featured speaker for the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators. “ Identifying an Insurance Mill

 

March 2005-Speaker for the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Cincinnati, Ohio. “ Trends and techniques of the forensic examiner.”

 

April 2005-Speaker for the MEGA Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Providence, Rhode Island. “ Undercover Medical Clinic Investigation: An Interactive Workshop for Special Investigators .”

 

July 2005-Speaker for the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Cincinnati, Ohio. The presentation was the culmination of investigative findings for ongoing chiropractic seminars promoting mobile testing procedures.

 

October 2005-Speaker for Westfield Insurance Company in Louisville, Kentucky. “ A Practical Approach to Understanding Standards of Care and Case Management for Chiropractic care .”

 

October 2005-Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Las Vegas, Nevada. “ Undercover Medical Clinic Investigation: An Interactive Workshop for Special Investigators .”

 

April 2006-Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “ Chiropractic Fraud: A Forensic Analysis of Standards of Care and Case Management.

 

June 2006-Speaker for the Allstate Insurance Company in Camby, Indiana. “ Chiropractic Care: A Forensic Analysis of Standards of Care.

 

June 2006-Speaker at the ‘Lunch and Learn’ for the State Farm Litigation Council in Indianapolis, Indiana. “ Understanding the Purposes, Applications, and Methods of Performing and Reporting Impairment Evaluations.”

 

July 2006-Speaker for Indiana Farmer’s Mutual Insurance Company in Indianapolis, Indiana. “ Chiropractic Care: A Forensic Analysis of Standards of Care.

 

April 2007-Addressed Indiana Farm Bureau Regional Claims Managers in Evansville, Indiana. “ Utilization of the Forensic Chiropractor.

 

August 2007-Addressed the Insurance Fraud Seminar sponsored by the Insurance Institute of Indiana, the International Association of Special Investigative Units, the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, and the Indiana Department of Insurance. “ Red Flags in Medical Records.”

 

April 2008 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Clearwater, Florida. “ Investigating Junk Science in the Chiropractic Profession.”

 

October 2008 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

April 2009 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

October 2009 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

November 2009 – Speaker for bi-monthly meeting of the Central Indiana Claims Association in Carmel, Indiana. Soft Tissue Injuries: Chiropractic Case Management, Treatment Guidelines, and Standards of Care.

 

March 2010 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

November 2010 – Attended Medical Investigations Academy presented at the National Insurance Crime Bureau Headquarters in Des Plaines, Illinois. (November 2 – 5)

 

April 2011 – Speaker at the Medical Investigations Academy at the American Family Insurance Headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin. The Academy was presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

 

May 2011 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

May 2012 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

October 2012 – Presenter of a case study to the Annual Conference of the American College of Chiropractic Consultants and the Council on Forensic Sciences. The case study entitled ‘Stroke Following Manipulation.’

 

April 2013 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

May 2014 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in Rosemont, Illinois. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

May 2014 – Presenter to the American College of Chiropractic Consultants in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Topic entitled ‘Malpractice Due to Chiropractic Manipulation Resulting in Stroke: A Case Study’

 

May 2015 – Speaker for the Mega Special Investigations Academy presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau in St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating “Junk Science” in the Chiropractic Profession: Manipulating the System for Maximum Profit.

 

Publications


Bailey, RA. Better Documentation-Better Doctor , Indiana

State Chiropractic Association’s bimonthly report, January/February 2002.

 

Bailey RA. Misek, SD “Medical/Chiropractic Necessity:

A Reviewer’s Perspective ” Journal of the American Chiropractic Association (JACA) 2003; 40:16-19.

 

Bailey, RA. Journal of the American Chiropractic Association: Quality Impairment Rating: The Best Protection, 2005 Aug; 42(6):6-7.

 

Bailey, RA. Lemonds, J “Spinal Manipulation and Stroke: A Lawyers Primer on Reviewing the Liability Case” Indiana Trial Lawyers Verdict , Volume 33, No. 1, 2012, pages 65-66.

 

Available PDF Download versionCV of Dr. Robert Bailey

Available PDF Download version (Addendum of CV) – ADDENDUM TO CV

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