Foot Levelers webinars and webcasts are free to attend. However, please note that CE credit is provided by NYCC-PG with a small annual fee. Click here for NYCC contact info if you need to create an account or would like additional info on CE Approval. With a NYCC account, you can earn CE credit on multiple Foot Levelers CE Webinars during the span of your NYCC membership. The following States are automatically approved for credit with all our webinars: Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming. Please contact NYCC for additional State approval.
Dr. Mark Charrette
Tue, Nov 3, 2020 @ 2PM EST
This one-hour webinar will cover the common biomechanical and subluxation patterns of the lower extremity along with the basic neurology of joint dysfunction in the human body.
Dr. Kurt Juergens
Tue, Nov 10, 2020 @ 2PM EST
A 1-hour presentation packed with practical information that you can use in your practice Monday morning. Diminished brain resilience syndrome (DBRS) and its relationship to the rise in concussions and mild traumatic brain injury cases will be discussed. You will also be introduced to management protocols for some common sport related injuries.
Dr. Brian Jensen
Thu, Nov 19, 2020 @ 1PM EST
This webinar looks at foundational biomechanical principles related to proper joint loading and movement, assessing abnormalities within those parameters and addressing them in the chiropractic practice.
Dr. Dennis Buckley
Tue, Nov 24, 2020 @ 1PM EST
Each day in our practices we see people present with an array of problems and they present a certain posture. This is a reflection of one’s neurology and if you understand the posture and the neurology you can treat the patients successfully with a brain based approach to not only help with the presenting symptoms but correct the cause. The attendees will be able to take information from this presentation and apply them the next day in their practice taking a fresh look at posture and how it affects the neurology and function. Doing this will help create improved patient outcomes and identify simple but often overlooked signs and presentations that are causing decreased function.
Dr. Kevin Wong
Thu, Dec 3, 2020 @ 2PM EST
In this one-hour webinar, we will discuss the anatomy of knees, hips and lower back. We will also talk about common subluxation and misalignment patterns as well as how to treat. The treatment discussion will include physiotherapy, adjustments, rehab, and home care.
Dr. Mario Fucinari
Tue, Dec 8, 2020 @ 2PM EST
A healthy body functions just as a well-oiled machine. The body is made up of fixed segments made mobile by joints. This course will enable you to learn rehabilitation techniques in conditions of dysfunction of the kinetic chain. When one joint has aberrant motion, the movements are affected in the neighboring joints and segments. We will learn how to take low-tech approaches to common dysfunctional conditions.
Dr. Christine Foss
Tue, Dec 15, 2020 @ 7PM EST
Course description: This course will take the learner on a journey into the lower extremity assessment and evaluation of the most common sport injuries. Diving deep into accurate diagnostic techniques, evaluation and assessment tools that include dynamic motion and functional movement to discern the causative mechanics in injury. Course objectives: The learner will become familiar with common sport injuries of the lower extremity The learner will further become immersed and command a better understanding of accurate diagnostic tools in injury assessment of the lower extremity. The learner will be able apply these tools into practice in order to enhance outcome in patient treatment plans. Hour Breakdown: 15 minutes: Review of the basic anatomy of the hip, knee and ankle 15 minutes: Assessment of the hip (orthopedics) 15 minutes: Assessment of the knee (orthopedics) 15 minutes: Assessment of the ankle (orthopedics) 30 minutes: Functional assessment of the lower extremity 20 minutes: Putting it all together for a treatment plan 10 minutes: Questions.
Dr. Tim Maggs
Thu, Dec 17, 2020 @ 2PM EST
Every human has imbalances and fixations in their biomechanical structure. These are the precursors to injury and accelerated degeneration. No profession is trained in biomechanics like the chiropractic profession, but we need to focus on the examination as much as we focus on the treatment. Unique biomechanical faults require unique recommendations.
RECENTLY ARCHIVED WEBINARS & WEBCASTS
Thu, Oct 22, 2020 EST
Identifying the Balance Link When Managing Concussion Patients
Dr. Jennifer Illes | Watch »
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 EST
Foot Abnormalities and Injuries; Case Study Approach
Dr. Jennifer Pedley | Watch »
Thu, Sep 17, 2020 EST
The Importance of Digital Scanning and Biomechanical X-Ray
Dr. Tim Maggs | Watch »
Continuing Education credits are not provided for the below webcasts.