Kevin Wong, DC | Mastering the Upper and Lower Extremities the Wong Way
CE Provided by Palmer College of Chiropractic

12 CEU

January 18-19, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Doubletree by Hilton Milwaukee Downtown
611 W. Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53203

What you’ll learn:

  • Understand the importance of the foot/arch anatomy and how excessive pronation can negatively affect the entire axial kinematic chain from toes to nose.
  • Assess and adjust the extremities and spinal regions keeping in mind common subluxation patterns seen in clinical practice.
  • Hone communication skills and discuss business applications of orthotics, pillows, shoes, kinesiotaping and other tools used for patient care.
199.00

Brian Jensen, DC | The Changing Brain. Applying the principles of Neuroplasticity to Pain, Posture, Stress and Rehab

12 CEU

CE Provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University

February 1-2, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Lexington, KY

What you’ll learn:

  • Explore the relationship between the adaptive neurological responses when exposed to environmental and subconscious stimuli and the effect it has on physical, emotional and physiological responses.
  • A practical clinical approach to the complex challenges we face in this current environment of super stress.
  • How to evaluate and treat the patient relative to: Adaptive Neurological Responses, Postural Integrity and Functional Movement.
  • Get hands on experience related to patient assessment, treatment and rehabilitation which can be easily incorporated into practice.

 

199.00

Kurt Juergens, DC | Lower Extremity Biomechanics and the Management of Common Lower Extremity Injuries
CE Provided by Texas Chiropractic College

12 CEU

February 29-March 1, 2020
Saturday 2pm to 6pm; Sunday 8am-12pm

Cedar Rapids, IA

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn how to develop relationships of trust with other healthcare professionals.
  • Learn your role as a member of a sports medicine team.
  • Gain an understanding of health issues affecting the young athlete.
  • Become familiar with special considerations regarding the female athlete.
  • Learn how and when to co-manage common and uncommon lower extremity conditions/injuries.
  • Learn sideline functional testing for returning the athlete to competition.
  • Gain an understanding of lower extremity rehab protocols

 

199.00

Mario Fucinari, DC, CCSP, APMP, CPCO, MCS-P | Treatment of Functional Movement Disorders 

12 CEU

CE Provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University


February 29-March 1, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Pittsburgh, PA

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn examination techniques to reveal functional loss
  • Assessment of gait disorders
  • Diagnosis of the cause of movement disorders
  • Rehabilitation methods in "Motor Reprogramming"
199.00


Alan Smith, DC | Biomechanics, Injuries, and the Young Athlete
CE Provided by Cleveland University – Kansas City

12 CEU

March 7-8, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 12pm

Foot Levelers Biomechanics Institute
518 Pocahontas Ave
Roanoke, VA 24012
(800) 553-4860

What you’ll learn:

  • Discussion of current healthcare trends, contributors to the healthcare crisis, potential solutions and how to get involved in the youth sports movement.
  • Understanding the most common injuries in youth sports and how to effectively treat them.
  • Review of the five primary fascial kinetic chains, including interactive assessments
  • Diagnostic testing and appropriate treatment protocols for youth sports
  • Clinical application and gems, including diagnostic and therapeutic protocols for youth sports that can be applied immediately.

 

 

199.00

Jeff McKinley, DC | Keeping Life in Balance – Improving Posture, Patterns, and Performance
CE Provided by Logan University

12 CEU

March 7-8, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Kansas City, MO

What you’ll learn:

  • How to create a more efficient examination system, establish effective treatment protocols, and become a more confident provider
  • Demonstrate powerful correlation of orthopedic, biomechanic, x-ray, and posture exams
  • Invigorate your biomechanical exam and give more purpose to your x-ray evaluation
  • Produce proficient posture rehab protocols

 

199.00

Kevin Wong, DC | Mastering the Upper and Lower Extremities the Wong Way
CE Provided by Palmer College of Chiropractic

12 CEU

March 7-8, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Chicago, IL

What you’ll learn:

  • Understand the importance of the foot/arch anatomy and how excessive pronation can negatively affect the entire axial kinematic chain from toes to nose.
  • Assess and adjust the extremities and spinal regions keeping in mind common subluxation patterns seen in clinical practice.
  • Hone communication skills and discuss business applications of orthotics, pillows, shoes, kinesiotaping and other tools used for patient care.
199.00

Brian Jensen, DC | The Changing Brain. Applying the principles of Neuroplasticity to Pain, Posture, Stress and Rehab

12 CEU

CE Provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University

March 7-8, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Atlantic City, NJ

What you’ll learn:

  • Explore the relationship between the adaptive neurological responses when exposed to environmental and subconscious stimuli and the effect it has on physical, emotional and physiological responses.
  • A practical clinical approach to the complex challenges we face in this current environment of super stress.
  • How to evaluate and treat the patient relative to: Adaptive Neurological Responses, Postural Integrity and Functional Movement.
  • Get hands on experience related to patient assessment, treatment and rehabilitation which can be easily incorporated into practice.

 

199.00


Alan Smith, DC | Biomechanics, Injuries, and the Young Athlete
CE Provided by Cleveland University – Kansas City

12 CEU

March 21-22, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 12pm

Charleston, SC

What you’ll learn:

  • Discussion of current healthcare trends, contributors to the healthcare crisis, potential solutions and how to get involved in the youth sports movement.
  • Understanding the most common injuries in youth sports and how to effectively treat them.
  • Review of the five primary fascial kinetic chains, including interactive assessments
  • Diagnostic testing and appropriate treatment protocols for youth sports
  • Clinical application and gems, including diagnostic and therapeutic protocols for youth sports that can be applied immediately.

 

 

199.00

Mark Charrette, DC | Charrette’s Advanced Approach: Biomechanical Testing, Treatment, and Extremity Adjusting
CE Provided by Palmer College of Chiropractic

12 CEU

March 28-29, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Washington, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Explain and demonstrate the components of postural analysis.
  • Explain and demonstrate the components of the Structural Fingerprint Exam
  • Explain and demonstrate how to digitally scan a patients' feet.
  • Explain and demonstrate the components of x-ray analysis for the pelvis.
  • Explain and demonstrate the 7 adjustments in the pronation protocol.

 

199.00

Kurt Juergens, DC | Lower Extremity Biomechanics and the Management of Common Lower Extremity Injuries
CE Provided by Texas Chiropractic College

8 CEU

April 4-5, 2020
Saturday 2pm to 6pm; Sunday 8am-12pm

Philadelphia, PA

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn how to develop relationships of trust with other healthcare professionals.
  • Learn your role as a member of a sports medicine team.
  • Gain an understanding of health issues affecting the young athlete.
  • Become familiar with special considerations regarding the female athlete.
  • Learn how and when to co-manage common and uncommon lower extremity conditions/injuries.
  • Learn sideline functional testing for returning the athlete to competition.
  • Gain an understanding of lower extremity rehab protocols

 

149.00

Tim Maggs, DC | Advanced Biomechanical Testing and Treatment for the Active Patient
CE Provided by Logan University

8 CEU

CE Provided by Logan University

April 4, 2019
Saturday 9am to 6pm

Denver, CO

What you’ll learn:

  • Become the sports doctor at your local high school
  • Learn how to perform a top sports biomechanical exam
  • Maximize the use of imaging (x-ray and MRI) with your athletes
  • The best therapy possible for acute injuries – cold laser therapy
  • Why every athlete needs custom orthotics

 

149.00

Mark Charrette, DC | Charrette’s Advanced Approach: Biomechanical Testing, Treatment, and Extremity Adjusting
CE Provided by Palmer College of Chiropractic

12 CEU

April 18-19, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Dallas, TX

What you’ll learn:

  • Explain and demonstrate the components of postural analysis.
  • Explain and demonstrate the components of the Structural Fingerprint Exam
  • Explain and demonstrate how to digitally scan a patients' feet.
  • Explain and demonstrate the components of x-ray analysis for the pelvis.
  • Explain and demonstrate the 7 adjustments in the pronation protocol.

 

199.00

Jeff McKinley, DC | Keeping Life in Balance – Improving Posture, Patterns, and Performance
CE Provided by Logan University

12 CEU

April 18-19, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Newark, NJ

What you’ll learn:

  • How to create a more efficient examination system, establish effective treatment protocols, and become a more confident provider
  • Demonstrate powerful correlation of orthopedic, biomechanic, x-ray, and posture exams
  • Invigorate your biomechanical exam and give more purpose to your x-ray evaluation
  • Produce proficient posture rehab protocols

 

199.00

Mario Fucinari, DC, CCSP, APMP, CPCO, MCS-P | Treatment of Functional Movement Disorders 

12 CEU

CE Provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University


April 25-26, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Columbus, OH

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn examination techniques to reveal functional loss
  • Assessment of gait disorders
  • Diagnosis of the cause of movement disorders
  • Rehabilitation methods in "Motor Reprogramming"
199.00

Brian Jensen, DC | The Changing Brain. Applying the principles of Neuroplasticity to Pain, Posture, Stress and Rehab

12 CEU

CE Provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University

May 16-17, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Boston, MA

What you’ll learn:

  • Explore the relationship between the adaptive neurological responses when exposed to environmental and subconscious stimuli and the effect it has on physical, emotional and physiological responses.
  • A practical clinical approach to the complex challenges we face in this current environment of super stress.
  • How to evaluate and treat the patient relative to: Adaptive Neurological Responses, Postural Integrity and Functional Movement.
  • Get hands on experience related to patient assessment, treatment and rehabilitation which can be easily incorporated into practice.

 

199.00

Tim Maggs, DC | Advanced Biomechanical Testing and Treatment for the Active Patient
CE Provided by Logan University

8 CEU

CE Provided by Logan University

May 16, 2019
Saturday 9am to 6pm

Raleigh, NC

What you’ll learn:

  • Become the sports doctor at your local high school
  • Learn how to perform a top sports biomechanical exam
  • Maximize the use of imaging (x-ray and MRI) with your athletes
  • The best therapy possible for acute injuries – cold laser therapy
  • Why every athlete needs custom orthotics

 

149.00

Mark Charrette, DC | Charrette’s Advanced Approach: Biomechanical Testing, Treatment, and Extremity Adjusting
CE Provided by Palmer College of Chiropractic

12 CEU

May 30-31, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Albany, NY

What you’ll learn:

  • Explain and demonstrate the components of postural analysis.
  • Explain and demonstrate the components of the Structural Fingerprint Exam
  • Explain and demonstrate how to digitally scan a patients' feet.
  • Explain and demonstrate the components of x-ray analysis for the pelvis.
  • Explain and demonstrate the 7 adjustments in the pronation protocol.

 

199.00

Kevin Wong, DC | Mastering the Upper and Lower Extremities the Wong Way
CE Provided by Palmer College of Chiropractic

12 CEU

June 6-7, 2020
Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Sunday 8am to 2pm

Portland, OR

What you’ll learn:

  • Understand the importance of the foot/arch anatomy and how excessive pronation can negatively affect the entire axial kinematic chain from toes to nose.
  • Assess and adjust the extremities and spinal regions keeping in mind common subluxation patterns seen in clinical practice.
  • Hone communication skills and discuss business applications of orthotics, pillows, shoes, kinesiotaping and other tools used for patient care.
199.00