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2017 Spring Seminar
April 1 @ 8:00 am - April 2 @ 2:00 pm$10.00 - $400.00
Online registration for this event has closed. However, you may register on-site beginning at 7 a.m. Saturday.
Download your 2017 Spring Seminar registration form
Please note: TCA Notes Go Paperless! Unless otherwise requested, all notes will be provided electronically. If you wish to receive printed notes there will be a $10 charge, please click the box for printed notes. If you choose this option, your notes will be provided at check-in.
12 hours DC CE available
Sat., April 1 – 8am – 5pm ET
Sun., April 2 – 8am – 12pm ET
Tim Bertelsman, DC, CCSP
Mastering the Rotator Cuff and Lumbar Spine: A Hands-On Workshop for Evaluation and Management
The changing healthcare market is re-defining success into one word: Outcomes. Chiropractors will need to be equipped with current “best practices” in order to achieve the best clinical outcomes. This class teaches real-world “best practices” to use on Monday morning – thereby improving clinical outcomes, as well as the health of our profession.
Rotator cuff and lumbar spine injuries account for millions of physician office visits each year. Management of these problems can range from frustrating to rewarding depending on the depth of your training.
This practical workshop will outline everything you need to know about successfully treating rotator cuff and lumbar spine pathology, including the most clinically relevant assessments and exercises. You will leave the class with highly practical, evidence-based skills based upon current “best practices”.
6 hours of CXT CE available
Sat., April 1
Kristen Walkerwicz, DC
X-Ray Proficiency and Efficiency: How Confident are You?
Whether you are a new CXT or have been taking x-rays for years, you can always up your game and be an even bigger asset to your office. Learn how to gain more confidence and skill when taking x-rays, as well as when talking to doctors and patients.
Topics discussed during this course will include:
-How to be efficient when positioning patients that may have physical limitations
-Troubleshooting when an x-ray does not turn out as you had planned
– How to communicate with patients to put them at ease
– How to read an x-ray
6 hours of CTA CE available
Sun., April 2
Ashley Stiltner, DC
Effects of Exercise on Human Physiology and Performance
This course will begin with a review of how human performance in measured in terms of work, power, and energy expenditure. We will review basic cellular metabolism and discuss how our bodies utilize the macromolecules we consume as energy and will then move into a systemic discussion regarding how individual body processes adapt to exercise. This will include exercise adaptations of the nervous system, circulatory system, muscular system, etc. The final section of this course will discuss how exercise is related to both inflammation and chronic disease processes that currently plague our country. We will also discuss methods of evaluating fitness, and how exercise prescriptions can be incorporated into a care plan for a holistic healthcare approach.
Doctors Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence 6 hours state required course**
Sat., April 1
CTA/CXT Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence 2 hours state required course**
Sat., April 1