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2018 December Seminar
December 1, 2018 @ 8:00 am - December 2, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Online registration for this event has now closed. Registrations will be accepted on-site beginning at 7 am CT on Saturday, Dec. 1.
Available Courses at the December Seminar:
12 hours DC CE available
Sat., Dec. 1 (8am-5pm CT)
Sun., Dec. 2 (8am-12pm CT)
6 hours Acupuncture CE available
Sat., Dec. 1 (8am-3pm CT)
6 hours CTA CE available
Sun., Dec. 2 (8am-3pm CT)
Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence courses for both DCs and CTAs/CXTs will also be offered.
December 1, 2018
2 Hours of DC Continuing Education
Saturday: 8am-10am CT
Instructor: John Floyd, Esq.
Defending the Chiropractic Case Start to Finish: Help Us Help You
John Floyd, long-time attorney and chiropractic advocate, will focus on the defense of the chiropractic physician in professional liability cases from the beginning of the suit through trial. After a brief presentation on some of the basic legal concepts involved in professional liability claims and the defense of the chiropractic physician, the seminar will focus one of the most controversial and oftentimes, the most devastating claims of vertebral and carotid artery dissections. Mr. Floyd will take the audience through the actual trial of a chiropractic physician who was alleged to have caused bilateral dissections which resulted in permanent brain injury. During the presentation, the audience is encouraged to ask questions and provide opinions on the subject matter.
December 1-2, 2018
10 Hours of DC Continuing Education
Saturday: 10am-5pm CT
Sunday: 8am-12pm CT
Instructor: Dr. Brian Jensen (sponsored by Foot Levelers)
The 3 Power Patterns of Health and Healing
The 3 Power Patterns of Health and Healing explores the relationship between the adaptive neurological responses we experience when exposed to environmental and subconscious stimuli and the effect it has on our physical, emotional and physiological responses. These responses influence all aspects of our health and wellness. Dr. Jensen discusses a practical clinical approach to the complex challenges we face in this current environment of super stress. These topics include evaluation and treatment of the patient relative to: Adaptive Neurological Responses, Postural Integrity and Functional Movement.
This program offers an opportunity for hands-on experiences related to patient assessment, treatment and rehabilitation which attendees may easily incorporate into practice.
December 1, 2018
6 Hours of Acupuncture Continuing Education*
Saturday: 8am-3pm CT
*(This course will be offered at the TCA Headquarters)
Instructor: Jim Ventresca, D.O.M.
Ordinary Points for Extraordinary Results
Skilled acupuncture practitioners know how to choose the most appropriate acupoints for any given situation and patient. The best of these practitioners know how to combine those acupoints to their patients’ best advantage. In this 6-hour class, chiropractors learn how to combine a number of the most powerful acupuncture points to effectively treat a wide variety of ailments ranging from musculoskeletal and neurological disorders to internal medical complaints.
This class is filled with clinically useful information that doctors can immediately apply in their practices. Specific treatment techniques are discussed, demonstrated, and practiced.
December 2, 2018
6 Hours of CTA CE available
Sunday: 8am-3pm CT
Instructor: Brad Cole, DC, CSCS
Advances in CTA Practice reviews topics of practice including:
- Anatomy and physiology
- Patient care
- Safety and emergency preparedness
The course follows an energetic format of problem-based learning, group discussion/activities, and visible thought exercises, which will prove to be a lot of fun.
Also offered at this event:
Doctors Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence (6 hours state-required course) 8am-2pm CT
CTA/CXT Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence (2 hours state-required course) 3pm-5pm CT