March 10 - March 11
Spring Seminar brochure coming soon!
The Immune System: Acute and Long-life Modulation
This course will broaden the understanding of the anatomical and physiological nature of the immune system. Current alternative theories and practices of immune and inflammatory modulation will be discussed, along with the inflammatory system as a foundation for pain perception and immune activity. We will also review the stages of immune activation and sequences of decline and recovery.
6 Hours of CTA CE available
Sat., March 10 (10am-5pm ET)
Instructor: Todd Abernathy, DC, CCSP
Being Intentional: Improving Patient Outcomes
Efficient and successful practices strive for excellence with every patient that walk through the door. These are also the same practices that have the best patient outcomes and staff retention. These are not coincidental. These offices have planned and intentionally prepared for their day. Learn the necessary clinical and practical tools required for that practice to be yours.
6 Hours of CXT CE available
Sun., March 11 (8am-2pm ET)
Instructor: Robert Hacker, DC, DACBR
How Improving Your Technique and Positioning Skills Leads to Better Patient Results
We will discuss alternative positioning of specified body parts that may show certain pathologies more efficiently. In addition to common conditions, the CXT should also be familiar with atypical conditions that are encountered less frequently. We will open the discussion to solve technical and positioning problems that the CXT may have encountered during their tenure in the office.
Also offered at this event:
Doctors Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence 6 hours state required course
CTA/CXT Boundaries, Ethics and Jurisprudence 2 hours state required course