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Apr 2 – Apr 3, 2022

8:00am – 5:00pm

$275

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The Holistic Family Practice

Due to weather, Holistic Family Practice #2 which was scheduled for March 5-6 will move to April 2-3.

Session #3 which was scheduled for April 2-3 will move to April 30-May 1.

Please Join Us for this Exciting New 3-Session Certificate Program

  • Session #1: February 5-6, 2022 NEW DATE: MARCH 5-6
  • Session #2: March 5-6, 2022 NEW DATE: APRIL 2-3
  • Session #3: April 2-3, 2022 NEW DATE: APRIL 30-MAY 1

Holistic Family Practice I, II, III – Bridge Protocols

Families are seeking true holistic health-care and wellness, now more than ever. As chiropractors, we are the only physicians trained in this model of health. In these seminars, Dr. McNamara will discuss the salutogenic model of care and Chiropractic as applied basic science. In practice, Dr. McNamara combines HVLA styles, tonal techniques, cranial work, fascial unwinding, nutrition, TCM principles, and more. These seminars will cover indicators, analysis, and related adjusting protocols for efficient and effective full-spine care for all ages. These hands-on seminars cover full spine, extremity, cranial, and fascial techniques and include in-depth discussion of perinatal and pediatric care, nutrition, TCM and acupressure protocols, visceral support, lymphatic support and techniques, and case studies. This is designed to help your hands-on practice efficiency, clinical confidence, and ability to help the families in your community in a holistic model of care. In seminars 2 and 3 respectively, Dr. McNamara will also cover other aspects of holistic care and techniques for perinatal and pediatric populations, and to address the stress stored in the body from emotional/mental sources – allowing you to have a comprehensive holistic health-care toolbox.

Instructor: Mackenzie McNamara, DC, IHS, CACCP

  • March 5: Saturday 1:00pm – 7:00pm
  • March 6: Sunday 8:00am – 2:00pm

Holistic Family Practice II – Bridge Protocols II – Craniopathy, Pediatrics & Pregnancy

This seminar reviews the full-spine protocols and focuses on basic cranial work and holistic care for perinatal and pediatric populations. This seminar includes Webster protocols, cranial anatomy, biomechanics, and cranial releases, and other pregnancy and pediatric protocols. Dr. McNamara will go over specific protocols for: sinus issues, eustachian tube dysfunction, the TMJ, hyoid, clavicle, anterior neck, platysma, lymphatic congestion and flow, as well as fascial plane unwinding for the diaphragm, & cranium, including pharyngeal sweep, & Galbreath technique – all with hands-on practice. This seminar covers physiologic birth, pelvic floor anatomy, birth strain and trauma, and common issues affecting perinatal and pediatric populations like nausea of pregnancy, GERD, low back pain, symphysis pubis dysfunction, birth strain nursing/sucking pattern abnormalities, plagiocephaly, colic, otitis media, digestive complaints, tongue and lip ties, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, nutritional considerations, acupressure protocols, and paradigm-shifting patient communication.

Early Bird Tuition: $250 (per session)
Regular Registration: $275 (per session)

  • Tuition must be received at least 15 days prior to qualify for Early Bird Tuition.
  • Student discounts may apply on some programs. Students wishing to register please call 1-800-842-3234 or email us at postgrad@logan.edu

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call us at 1-800-842-3234, or email postgrad@logan.edu.

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