Thankfully the physicians I refer to collaborate freely with me and as a result of that collaboration, I'm able to share a variety of resource documents with my clients to help them build a better understanding of how their bodies work and how we approach situations specific to charting.
Over the past month, I've been piecing together a variety of resources to help expand on a variety of topics relative to the complicated charting patterns that my clients encounter. One of the topics that has come up the most was top on the list - cervical inflammation.
What is cervical inflammation? Why do you care about it? What do you do about it? How does it impact Creighton Model charting? All great questions! Here's a resource document that can answer all of those questions. This document is still in draft format as I intend on collaborating with a few of my colleagues to refine it further.... but you are welcome to read through this draft and see how I am approaching the topics that matter to my clients.
If you aren't currently charting the Creighton Model, the charting examples won't make much sense to you. Good news is that it isn't hard to learn and I can teach you to chart. We'll be able to figure out if this is relevant information within just a cycle or two by observing your own unique charting pattern.
Until next time, enjoy the resource and drop me a line if I can be of any help to you!