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Nov 16 – Nov 17, 2019

All Day Event

Logan University

$235

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The Specific Chiropractic Adjustment Seminar

Join Logan at The Purser Center during this technique seminar, presented by highly-qualified and practicing chiropractors, for practicing chiropractors.

Saturday: 1pm-7pm (Hot lunch)

Sunday: 8am-2pm (Hot brunch)

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event! Door prizes, food, continuing ed, hands-on practice, sharing in success, and more! For more information and to register, visit Logan.edu/postgrad.

This weekend we are very excited to present this Special Event Seminar at the Purser Center. The seminar is presented by practicing chiropractors for practicing chiropractors. Nine highly qualified experts present 12 hours of chiropractic techniques featuring the high velocity low amplitude adjustment. Every instructor this weekend has had a successful practice and each of them have been technique instructors at Logan College of Chiropractic. The instructors are: Jennifer Walpert, DC, a 1994 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic has taught Diversified Technique at Logan and has maintained a successful practice; Nofa Shibley, DC is a 1997 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic who teaches Thompson Technique and Diversified Technique at Logan and maintains a successful practice; Ralph Barrale, DC, a 1969 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic has taught Diversified Technique at Logan and maintained a successful practice; Richard Cranwell, DC, a 1976 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic who teaches Gonstead Technique at Logan and maintains a successful practice; Ralph Filson, DC, a 1969 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic who teaches Diversified Technique at Logan and maintains a successful practice; Roy Hillgartner, DC, a 1969 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic who teaches Diversified Technique at Logan and maintains a successful practice; Anthony Miller, DC, a 1999 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic who teaches Diversified Technique and Extremity Adjusting at Logan and maintains a successful practice; Daryl Ridgeway, DC, a 1997 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic who teaches Diversified Technique and maintains a successful practice; and Michael Wittmer, DC a 1980 graduate of Logan who teaches Diversified Technique and served as Chief of Staff of the Logan Health Centers and has maintained a successful practice. Here are just some of the topics they will be covering: lumbar adjusting including the prone adjustment, side posture adjustments such as the accordion move and the pull-thru maneuver, thoracic adjusting such as the pisiform-traction adjustment, cervical adjusting including prone cervicals and the bimanual recoil adjustment, specific atlas adjustment, extremity adjustments including shoulder, elbow, wrist, and knee, high velocity low amplitude adjusting on a drop table, Gonstead adjustments, and a look at a special pressure plate table that measures your adjustment. There’s a lot more! These outstanding instructors will present specific adjustments they have used in their practices and taught to thousands of students and doctors over the last 40 years. Each instructor will discuss the specific adjustment, its rationale and its efficacy. Each instructor will demonstrate this specific adjustment and discuss modifications and enhancements they have discovered in their practices. They also welcome input from attendees on their favorite adjustments and why they use them – their “pet” techniques. In addition to this one-of-a-kind team presentation there will be a hot lunch on Saturday and a hot brunch on Sunday, along with door prizes for attendees. For chiropractors this could be the perfect weekend–chiropractic technique, good food, continuing education hours, hands on practice, sharing successful techniques, and swapping feel good patient stories. Please don’t miss this seminar. It’s going to be great!

Tuition is $235 for regular registration. Early Bird Registration Tuition is $205 and must be received by November 1, 2019 to qualify for discount.

View the July 2019 – December 2019 Course Descriptions here

 

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