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2019 December Seminar

December 7, 2019 @ 8:00 am - December 8, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

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Online registration for this event has now closed.  On-site registration will open at 7 a.m. CT on Saturday, Dec. 7.

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Available Courses at the December Seminar:
12 hours DC CE available (10 hours of the program at this event will be for credit toward the Orthopedic Diplomate Program)
6 hours CTA CE available
Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence courses for both DCs and CTAs/CXTs will also be offered.

DC Session:
Instructor: James Lehman, DC, FACO
Creating Pathways to Address the Opioid Epidemic
December 7, 2019
2 hours of DC continuing education
Saturday: 8am-10am CT
There is a chronic pain epidemic and an opioid epidemic in the United States and chiropractic care is part of the solution. Unfortunately, chiropractic services are often not accessible to those in need. This 2-hour presentation introduces chiropractic physicians to health care systems that currently provide primary care services to over 60 million patients. A discussion based upon Dr. Lehman’s 35 years of experience with healthcare systems presents a rationale for the integration of chiropractic services into Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQCH) and Rural Health Centers (RHC).

Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain
(Participants in the Orthopedic Diplomate program must complete this 10-hr. course. This is the 2nd of 5 TN live classroom session.)
December 7-8, 2019
10 hours of DC continuing education
Saturday: 10am-5pm CT
Sunday: 8am-12pm CT
This 10-hour presentation will discuss the history of the whiplash injury, previous and current scientific studies, which will demonstrate the homogeneity and complexity of the whiplash associated disorder. This didactic presentation will engage the attendees and enable them to easily implement the recommendations that will improve quality of care for their patients suffering with whiplash injuries. Participants will be provided a list of reference articles that support the presentation with peer-reviewed evidence.

CTA Session:
Instructor: Jason Hulme, DC
Systematic Assessment and Advanced Treatment Principles
6 hours of CTA continuing education
Saturday: 8am-3pm CT
Explore how crucial a functional and systematic approach to patient assessment and treatment is to the modern clinical staff. Applying this kind of approach to care helps make the clinically difficult cases, like tendinopathy, simple. Clinical osteokinematics will be reviewed along with a systematic approach to determining mobility vs motor control limitations and how they influence the pain experience. This course will include interactive labs demonstrating the advantages of a systematic approach to assessment and rehabilitation including the appropriate action steps to implement rehabilitation for tough cases.

Doctors Boundaries, Ethics, and Jurisprudence
Instructor: Tiffany Stevens, ED, CTA, CXT
December 7, 2019
6 hours state-mandated course completion for DC new licensees**
Saturday, 8am-2pm CT

CTA/CXT Boundaries, Ethics, and Jurisprudence
Instructor: Tiffany Stevens, ED, CTA, CXT
December 7, 2019
2 hours state-mandated course completion for CTA/CXT new licensees**
Saturday, 3pm-5pm CT


December 7, 2019 @ 8:00 am
December 8, 2019 @ 5:00 pm


Nashville School of Law
4013 Armory Oaks Drive
Nashville, TN 37204 United States
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(615) 256-3684


Tenessee Chiropractic Association
(615) 383-6231

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