Frequently Asked Questions
What is a DACBR?
DACBR is an acronym that stands for Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. A person must complete their Doctorate of Chiropractic degree before applying for residency. DACBRs specialize in musculoskeletal imaging, included x-ray, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Dr. Graff has been trained in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasonography as well. A DACBR is a great resource for chiropractors and other physicians looking for a thorough radiology report to aid in patient care.
How can I work your fees into my pricing structure?
The fee for a radiology report can be worked into the price of the x-ray examination. It can also be explained to your patients that having a specialist look at their imaging is another step you are taking to elevate their care.
What are the benefits of having a DACBR read my images?
The main benefit is that a specialist is looking over your images. It provides both peace of mind and reduces the chance of a relevant finding being missed and altering patient care.
What states is Dr. Graff licensed in?
Dr. Graff currently holds licenses in Georgia, Texas, Kansas, West Virginia, Tennessee, Nevada, and North Carolina. If you have a question about your specific state please reach out and we will get back to you with the requested information.