Below is a list of our upcoming seminars in clinical excellence and continuing chiropractic education. These are live events that we host at various locations across the United States. Typically on the weekends. Click on any of the summary cards below for more details and to register online.
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In the MPI Extremities seminar, you will learn how to evaluate and treat all the extremities. Functional anatomy, clinical biomechanics, in-depth joint analysis and multiple adjustment techniques are reviewed. Diagnosis, case management and effective treatment protocols for common extremity conditions will be presented.
The purpose of this program is to differentiate the causes of shoulder dysfunction and review the various options available to manage these dysfunctions. This program will help chiropractors be more effective and efficient in the management of shoulder dysfunction with their patients.
The purpose of this seminar is to discuss joint assessment, manipulation, treatment, soft tissue treatment and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization approaches utilized for the lumbar spine and pelvis. There are four practical, hands-on sessions that include discussion, assessment and demonstration of the applicable techniques. There is also a 2 hour lecture on how diet, stress, and lack of sleep can promote chronic inflammation and pain, which can negatively impact treatment of lumbar spine conditions and sports injuries.
The purpose of this program is to prepare chiropractors (and those in training) how to perform appropriate static and dynamic palpation assessments of spinal joints and surrounding soft tissues as part of a thorough examination. Emphasis will be placed on the interpretation of the palpatory findings and how to correlate this information with other historical and examination data. Treatment options in the form of diversified adjustive procedures will be discussed and demonstrated.
The MPI Spine seminar will teach you how to deal specifically with the palpation and adjustment set-ups needed for the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacroiliac regions. The MPI Spine course will cover spinal biomechanics and manipulation, along with the motion palpation scan and case management.
The purpose of this program is to prepare chiropractors (and those in training) to perform posture and gait evaluations as part of a thorough examination. Emphasis will be placed on the interpretation of the evaluation findings and how to correlate this information with functional movement testing and joint assessments. Treatment options will be demonstrated. Fundamentals of the different types of footwear and the proper use of foot orthotics will be discussed.