Dr. Aamodt is also proficient and licensed in Independent Medical Examinations & Peer Review

What is Peer Review?

Peer review is a process of independently reviewing a profession. It is the investigative and validating process to assure that case management is being followed using the best evidence-based standards within the industry. Policing the profession to improve outcomes and assure integrity has always been a critical part of any profession. Similar internal reviews in police work, medicine, academia, law and all professions is an essential element in assuring the public reliability in all professional organizations.

*Certified via the ACA in Forensic Science and AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impariment rating. (5th & 6th edition).

*Teach Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology at Davenport University in Michigan. Anatomy Professor since 2012.

*Expert Witness in litigation cases for auto, work, and personal injury.

*Has published articles on Independent Medical Examination and ethics. (Article: “IME’s and their Future Role in Chiropractic“)

*Served since 2008 on “Professional Affairs Health Advisory Committee” with American Specialty Health (a National Managed Care Organization)

“The key to peer review is to never compromise your integrity by trying to please any party or interest in litigation or review cases. I investigate the facts and determine the truth. I always call cases solely based on the evidence and my opinion always remains objective. Strict honesty to call out the truth of the specific case is mandatory with no preconceptions of any type.” Dr. G. Aamodt

(Redacted sample IME’s are available to appropriate parties upon request.)

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