February 12, 2019 -- Four Logan University alumni will be presenting at the upcoming Parker Seminars Feb. 21-23 in Las Vegas.
- Alicia Yochum, RN, DC, DACBR will be presenting a case-based lecture, reviewing a wide range of pathology from sports injury, arthritis, infection and neoplasm, all of which have come through practicing chiropractors' doors. Dr. Yochum will also address proper utilization of imaging.
- Troy Dukowitz, DC will teach DCs the proper steps necessary to move patients from back and neck pain to subluxation-based, wellness type models. He will discuss neuro-communication strategies to help empower patients to a better understanding of chiropractic and its implications in their lives. This program is presented to enhance the chiropractic practitioner's and staff's understanding of these tools to communicate vertebral subluxation in the context of today's health care setting while helping them to increase confidence delivering chiropractic care and their message.
- Jonathan Soltys, DC, MS, Cert. MDT will be presenting a three-part series on Practical Applications of McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, a system of assessment, classification, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. The assessment incorporates repeated test movements in various planes and static positions to determine the direction in which a patient needs to move and with how much force to begin (based on centralization of symptoms and changes to obstructed movement).
- Kevin Christie, DC, CEAS II will guide DCs toward achieving a thriving practice by implementing modern and ethical marketing strategies to grow their business. Additionally, Dr. Christie will provide a framework to implement a fully-involved marketing plan for your business or future practice.
Best of luck to our Logan alumni and many thanks for exemplifying what it means to be a leader in chiropractic.
For those attending Parker Seminars, please join Logan University President Dr. Clay McDonald and Logan Vice President of Chiropractic and Alumni Relations Dr. Ralph Barrale for a Logan Alumni and Friends Reception. The reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22 at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant in the Paris Hotel and will include complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. RSVP here and visit Logan's booth (406) during the seminars.