2018 Printable Event Schedule coming soon. (Adobe Acrobat required).

August 9-11, 2018

Thursday, August 9

Friday, August 10

Saturday, Aug. 11    

2017 Printable Event Schedule(Acrobat required).

Friday, May 5

9-11 a.m.

Understanding Functional Assessment of the Hip and Knee: Simple Steps to Fix People Faster
Casey Crisp, D.C., M.S., ACP
This is an introduction to the examination of hip and knee anatomy, range of motion, and functional assessment. We will review the most common hip and knee issues. The goal is to create an immediately implementable means of defining the quality and quantity of hip movement in your patients. The assessment skills gained will help providers efficiently identify the cause of hip and knee pain and develop effective home care plans.

Concussion Management and its Relation to the Cervical Spine
Ed Feinberg, D.C., DACBSP®
Session notes 1Session notes 2Session notes 3Session notes 4Session notes 5Session notes 6Session notes 7Session notes 8, Session notes 9, Session notes 10, Session notes 11
As concussion awareness continues to grow in our profession and throughout society, chiropractors should understand the developing science of brain injury. In addition to evaluating and managing brain injury, there is also growing evidence that cervical spine injury can be a significant component of the usual symptoms that these patients report. Furthermore, cervical spine management can reduce the risk and severity of concussion, suggesting a particular value for specific preseason training. This is why some of the best experts in concussion science have described the need for spinal specialists to be involved in concussion evaluation and care. During this presentation, we will describe evaluation and management plans for patients who experience concussion.

Doctors of Chiropractic as Primary Spine Practitioners: Opportunities and Challenges
Bill Meeker, D.C, M.P.H., F.P.A.C.
Session notes
Chiropractors are perfectly positioned to solidify and expand their presence in the healthcare system by embracing the concept of primary spine care. Chiropractors are already associated with the spine and have a well-deserved reputation as effective patient-centered health providers. The current pain epidemic, along with concerns about opioid drug abuse, underlines the potential for Primary Spine Practitioners. This presentation examines opportunities and challenges for the chiropractic profession to execute this concept, which has the potential to bring chiropractic services to a wider public.

11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Gaining Momentum: Gallup’s Second-Year Results on The Public’s Perception of Chiropractic
William Meeker, D.C., M.P.H., FPAC
In the second year of the Gallup-Palmer survey, Palmer College, “The Trusted Leader in Chiropractic Education,” is on an upward curve in a challenging era. Through the hard work of our faculty and staff and the dedicated support of our alumni and friends, we are in an excellent position and getting better every year. We know the chiropractic profession has more to offer the health of citizens than is generally recognized by the public. Join Dr. Marchiori in this opening session as he shares Palmer’s most recent accomplishments, key strategic initiatives and an overview of the second-year data from the Gallup-Palmer Report and related research. These surveys are nationally representative measures of perceptions and experiences with chiropractic among U.S. adults. According to these Gallup reports commissioned by Palmer College of Chiropractic, 36 million U.S. adults (15 percent) seek chiropractic care each year. And more than half of all U.S. adults surveyed view doctors of chiropractic positively and agree they're effective at treating spine pain. This important research comes from the public’s point of view on chiropractic and chiropractors and provides valuable information to individual practitioners and the chiropractic profession overall to more effectively improve the health of our communities. These efforts combined are what define Palmer’s value proposition and leadership into the future. 

1:15-3:15 p.m.

Understanding Functional Assessment of the Shoulder: Simple Steps to Fix People Faster
Casey Crisp, D.C., M.S., ACP
This is an introduction to the examination of the shoulder anatomy, range of motion, and functional assessment. We will review the most common shoulder issues. The goal is to create an immediately implementable means of defining the quality and quantity of shoulder movement in your patients. The assessment skills gained will help providers efficiently identify the cause of shoulder pain and develop effective home care plans.

The Role of Chiropractic in Public Health: Serving Patients and Strengthening the Profession While Preventing Political Fallout
Michele Maiers, D.C., Ph.D., M.P.H.
Opioid abuse. Vaccinations. An aging population. Barriers to healthcare access. Public health concerns have been capturing news headlines this year. But what is the chiropractic profession's role and responsibility to address these public health issues? As with many things in chiropractic, there seems to be little consensus. This session will explore each of these public health issues from social, political, and evidence-based perspectives. A strategy will be proposed for the chiropractic profession to engage the public health community in ways that benefits our patients, profession, and the public at large.

Body Awareness Skills to Help Patients Manage Their Symptoms and Enhance Regulation: Teaching and Learning Interoceptive Awareness Skills in Clinical Care
Cynthia Price, Ph.D.
Session notes 1, Session notes 2
Interoceptive awareness is awareness of inner body sensations. Neuroscience research on interoception highlights the relationship between awareness of inner body sensations (i.e., interoception) and body regulation. This presentation introduces the concept of interoceptive awareness, and highlights research from studies with patients who have been taught interoceptive awareness skills to help them manage their mental and physical health conditions. Patients learn interoceptive awareness skills most easily when they are taught by practitioners who use touch; thus, this presentation will also describe strategies for teaching interoceptive awareness and the application to chiropractic care.

3:30-5:30 p.m.

The Secrets of Scapula Dynamics in Shoulder Conditions, Injuries and Syndromes
Mitch Mally, D.C.
Sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.
In this fast-paced, high-energy, content-rich presentation, Dr. Mally discusses his authentic biomechanics and treatment protocols for the scapula in patients with recalcitrant shoulder, cervical and thoracic spinal conditions.

Are We Undertreating Our Patients? Research on the Dose-Response of Spinal Adjustments for Chronic Back Pain and Cervicogenic Headache
Mitch Haas, D.C., M.A.
Session notes 1, Session notes 2, Session notes 3
One of the most important practice issue faced by chiropractors, patients, payers, and regulators is the number of visits required to properly treat our patients. Dr. Haas will start by describing the history of regulatory pushback from an insurance company and state legislature on the quantity of chiropractic and he then introduces the dimensions of dose-response relevant to chiropractic practice. He will talk about the trials and tribulations of securing grant funding to investigate dose-response and present findings from 17 years of research to determine the optimal number of visits to a chiropractor for the care of chronic low back pain and cervicogenic headache.

Training Room Survival Tips: Lessons Learned from 11 Years in the NFL
Kyle Prusso, D.C., CCSP®
In this session Dr. Prusso will discuss the ins and outs of working as part of an integrated sports medicine team. He will outline how the medical staff is structured, the use of multiple disciplines and integration and where chiropractic fits in the continuum of care. Finally, Dr. Prusso will review what to do if an opportunity arises for you to work in the sports world.

Saturday, May 6

9-11 a.m.

Sports Nutrition
Joseph Biernat, D.C.
Sponsored by Standard Process Inc.
This presentation introduces the doctor to the objective clinical procedures and protocols required for incorporating nutritional interventions in the care of his or her patients. It provides important information that will expand the doctors understanding of the key role nutrition plays in sports performance and the maintenance of optimal systemic function. This includes material on the use of whole-food nutrition-related nutritional support for sports-related activity, as well as the rationale and implementation of specific nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes for athletes of all levels. The opportunity for questions and case discussion is included.

The Coming Revolution is Here Now: Chiropractic Services Are Being Integrated into Mainstream Health Delivery Settings
Stephanie Johnson, D.C., Daniel Lord, D.C., Robert Mootz, D.C., Robert Walsh, D.C. and Morgan Young, D.C. Moderated by: Michele Maiers, D.C. Ph.D., M.P.H.
Perhaps the most exciting opportunity for Doctors of Chiropractic is the integration of chiropractic services in a variety of health delivery systems and settings. Some of these opportunities are quite innovative in nature; for example, in corporate sponsored clinics for employees. Others are in more traditional systems that are undergoing massive changes, such as the U.S. Veteran’s Health Administration and the health care systems of the Department of Defense. This panel of experts will provide an opportunity to hear about each of these developments from the inside. Get the scoop on what is happening now, future trends, and how one can prepare for a rewarding practice in settings alongside other health providers.

Neurosurgeon Reveals Leg-length Inequality as the Primary Cause for Knee, Hip & LBP
Mitch Mally, D.C.
Sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.
In this review of the research on leg length inequality, orthotics and heel lifts, Dr. Mally shares the functional facts and fictional fantasies of structural versus functional short leg and the protocols for correcting the same.

11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Global Health & the Future of Integrative Health: What Every Chiropractor Should Know
Tabitha Parker, ND
Dr. Tabatha Parker will present the key goals of the WHO Strategy on Traditional and Complementary Medicine that most impact chiropractors and the progress of the global integrative movement since its implementation at the World Health Assembly in 2014. Global heath progress and challenges, including issues on pesticides, GMOs, global tobacco policies and biopiracy. Relevant global health examples and policies will be presented as well as best (and worst) practices in global health service work. International social justice in medicine, and how an integrative models for chiropractors will be discussed.

1:15-3:15 p.m.

Therapeutic Neuroscience of Pain, Part I- The Sensitized Nervous System
Shawn Neff, D.C., M.A.S., FACO
Chronic pain is often disabling to the patient and frustrating to the clinician; however, emerging concepts in neuroscience allow us to better understand how the nervous system perceives and modulates pain. This presentation will provide a review of the mechanisms involved with chronic pain, including central and peripheral sensitization. An emphasis will be placed on how these concepts impact patient care.

Chiropractic: A Safer Strategy than Opioids
Sherry McAllister, M.S. (Ed), D.C., CCSP®
This course will offer greater understanding of the scope of the opioid epidemic, the elements that have contributed to it and the research showing the efficacy of chiropractic care. The speaker for this presentation will discuss “Opioids” and how prescription painkillers can impact our health and the biochemical targets associated with abuse/misuse and use. Discussion involving call to actions such as:

  • Prescribers should heed CDC guidelines and begin prescribing safer alternatives such as chiropractic care for chronic pain management.
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturers should institute more responsible marketing and physician education that will result in improved prescribing habits.
  • Hospital emergency rooms should evaluate their options for managing patients' pain without the use of opioid painkillers.
  • Payers and plan sponsors – both government and commercial – should make chiropractic care an accessible, affordable, option for chronic pain relief, with reimbursement of DCs as covered providers.

Chiropractic services should be expanded in the Department of Defense and veteran’s health care systems since neuro-musculoskeletal pain is one of the leading causes of disability in the active military and veteran populations.

Chiropractic Integration: Opportunities and Challenges in Regulatory and Delivery Settings
Robert Mootz, D.C.

  • Becoming a “Go To” resource for regulators and policy makers.
  • The meaning of evidence-based care, technology assessment and best practices.
  • Reimbursement issues at the policy level and varied delivery settings
  • “Good Doctoring” and its implications for chiropractors.

3:30-5:30 p.m.

Therapeutic Neuroscience of Pain, Part II- A Top-Down Approach to Clinical Care
Nate Hinkeldey, D.C.
Physicians, therapists, trainers, and patients are still struggling with the fact that pain perception is produced by brain activity. Cultural beliefs related to pain still tend to focus on pain as a reliable source of information about what is happening in the body. This is a false assumption and the leading cause of ongoing pain for most people. This presentation will cover the basic of chronic pain and explore how many of our current practices and patient education material may be perpetuating the chronic pain epidemic.

Ethical Considerations for the Chiropractor
Mary Frost, D.C., M.B.A.
Please join Dr. Mary Frost for this session on ethics in chiropractic practice. Topics in this session will include professional boundaries, interactions with staff, fraud and abuse.

Presentation of the Unique Injuries Occurring in Dancers
Lenny Stein, D.C.
The talk will review the most commonly seen injuries in dance. Dr. Stein will share some of his examination protocols used in evaluating dancers. He will provide an understanding of the common mechanisms of injury and how to design effective approaches for helping dancers in your practice.

Sunday, May 7

8 a.m.-Noon

Chiropractic Radiology: Interesting Cases from Chiropractic Clinics
James Bedle, D.C., DACBR
This is a 4-hour lecture that reviews fascinating cases from real chiropractic clinics from around the country. The focus of this lecture is not just on the diagnostic imaging findings, but also on appropriate clinical management and recommendations.

2017 Workers’ Compensation Update – for QMEs and Treating Doctors
Edward Cremata, D.C.
In this session, Dr. Cremata will review changes in workers’ compensation and current report writing protocols. He also will discuss RBRVS code changes for treatment and reporting as well as report writing updates incorporating new case laws. Dr. Cremata will give a summary of IMR and IBR processes and explain rating by analogy and apportionment. Further discussion will take place in part two of this series.

12:30-2:30 p.m.

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI): Imaging Features and Differential Considerations
Matthew Skalski, D.C., DACBR
In this course, Dr. Skalski provides an in-depth review of femoroacetabular impingement imaging, as well as other differential considerations for patients with hip impingement symptoms. The course begins with a brief review of relevant femoroacetabular joint anatomy, and then focuses on the various pathoanatomical features associated with FAI, and how to accurately assess for them on X-ray and MRI. A review of other pathologies that can mimic FAI clinically follows, including external sources of impingement, developmental dysplasia of the hip, snapping hip syndromes, proximal IT band syndrome, ischiofemoral impingement, and stress fracture.

2017 Workers’ Compensation Update Part II – for QMEs and Treating Doctors
Edward Cremata, D.C.
In this final section of the series on workers’ compensation, Dr. Cremata will cover the most current QME regulations and the effect on QMEs, as well as review proper billing, complexity factor documentations, lease agreements, reporting, and related topics to avoid DWC complaints.

2018 Printable Event Schedule(Adobe Acrobat required).
Sessions that have been submitted as D.C. credit hours are shaded gold on the schedule.

Friday, February 23

8-10 a.m.  

The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy (MDT)
Tom Lotus, D.C., FACO, Cert.MDT, DACRB(c)
This two hour lecture will offer an introduction into the evidence based assessment and management of spinal and extremity problems.  The lecture will focus on an introduction into the importance of Mechanical Classification and treatment options.  The assessment discussed enables accurate and efficient triage and self-efficacy with great outcomes and cost effective for payers.  

Understanding Concussions; From the Pros to the Pee Wees
Alan Sokoloff, D.C., DACBSP®
Sponsored by China Gel, Inc.
How many concussions have you treated in your office?  How do you know that patient even has a concussion?  In sports, athletes of every level sustain concussions in performing different activities.  You will learn what a concussion is, what you need to look for and what you can do to beef up your skills as a doctor.  You will learn what pro teams do and how to apply that knowledge to all athletes.  We will also discuss prevention strategies and how to strengthen your presence as a valuable health-care professional in your community.  

Ethical Considerations for the Chiropractor
Mary Frost, D.C., M.B.A.
Please join Dr. Mary Frost for this session on ethics in chiropractic practice. Topics in this session will include professional boundaries, interactions with staff, fraud and abuse.  

10:30-11:30 a.m.  

Tipping Point for Chiropractic: Gallup and the Opioid Crisis
Peter Martin, D.C.
This session will be a review of the year three Gallup results as well as a discussion of the national opioid crisis. In addition to the Gallup results, Dr. Martin will further discuss the role that chiropractic has in drug-free pain management and the opportunity it affords the chiropractic profession.  

12:30-2:30 p.m.  

Placebo: The Power of Perception
Nate Hinkeldey, D.C., DACRB and Casey Okamoto, D.C.
The street magician and the brain-in-pain operate on the same premise: perception is reality. How our patients perceive their condition, their treatment, and their doctor affects their clinical outcome. Join us as we explore the science of perception including the neurophysiology of placebo and nocebo. The discussion will touch on genetics, ethical considerations, and how you, as the clinician, can leverage the power of perception to the benefit of your patients.  

Women's Health: The Female Athlete Triad and its Effect on Fertility
Gina Sirchio-Lotus, D.C.
Sponsored by the Palmer Women’s Institute
Learn to define the three corners of the female athlete triad.  Examine the normal ranges and needs of the female reproductive system, as well as the definition of a healthy cycle.   You’ll study the influence of the endocrine and musculoskeletal systems upon the reproductive system.  A woman's fertility is dynamic and can be greatly affected by the Triad. This lecture will cover what is happening within the most common complicating factors and what you can do to help correct them.   

Interprofessional Collaboration to Improve Chiropractic Integration in Non-Pharmacological Pain Treatment
Anthony Lisi, D.C.
There is evidence that interprofessional collaboration leads to improved patient outcomes. The integration of chiropractic care into medical care systems presents challenges and opportunities. This session will explore concepts related to the inclusion of chiropractic care in collaborative case management with medical and other providers. Current literature on the requirements and impacts of interprofessional collaboration will be presented, along with an overview of key medical specialties with which chiropractors may collaborate. The session will cover lessons learned from research and practice aimed at advancing the inclusion of chiropractic care into evidence-based, patient-centered care processes.  

3-5 p.m.  

A World of Hurt: A Guide to Classifying Pain
Tom Lotus, D.C., FACO, Cert.MDT, DACRB (c) 
Gain information critical to the assessment and treatment of patients with musculoskeletal pain.  Learn how to assess and address pain as it relates to the peripheral and central nervous systems.  You’ll study the “Pain Mechanism Classification System” in detail, and learn how to classify and sub-classify each mechanism of pain and integrate it into clinical practice.  You’ll also cover subgrouping methods that address musculoskeletal pain throughout the continuum from acute, subacute and chronic stages, covering chemical, structural, mechanical, cognitive, emotional, psychological and cortical mechanisms.  Patient rated outcome measures, psychometric tools and intervention strategies will be outlined and discussed for all patient populations suffering from pain.  

Diagnostic Imaging-Trends and Foci
Matthew Richardson, D.C., DACBR
This program for the chiropractic clinician is designed to shed light on different areas of interest and trends in diagnostic imaging that are applicable to chiropractic practice. This session will use both lecture and case-based learning to help emphasize recognizing common conditions and diagnostic imaging pitfalls. Special attention will be given to advanced imaging topics, and a review of digital radiography will be offered, inclusive of equipment types.  

Documentation and Billing Requirements*
Mario Fucinari, D.C., CCSP®
Sponsored by NCMIC Group
The old adage, if it is not documented, it never happened is true.  Documentation is not just for reimbursement.  Medical record documentation is required to record facts, findings, and observations about the patient.  Learn what constitutes meaningful use of documentation.  We will explore requirements for Medicare, personal injury, commercial insurance and the cash patient.  A veteran’s health history including past and present illnesses, examinations, tests, treatments, and outcomes.  

Saturday, February 24
8-10 a.m.

Treating the Pediatric Patient with Headaches
Lora Tanis, D.C., DICCP
Currently in the US, three million bedridden days per month are attributed to headaches.   This lecture will explore the different types of headache that present in children.  Learn contributing factors that cause headaches and what choices are available for patient management.  How can chiropractic play a role?  

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stability – the Czech Approach to Stability
Dave Juehring, D.C., DACRB
This is an introduction to the Czech approach to spinal/global stability that utilizes developmental kinesiology strategies in a neuromuscular environment. This presentation will demonstrate a hands on rehabilitate approach to address common neuromuscular complaints and ergonomic issues.  

Mitigating Risk Through Proper Documentation
Mario Fucinari, D.C., CCSP®
Sponsored by NCMIC Group
We will examine the various avenues of risk related to the chiropractic practice. Specifically, you will learn techniques in front desk documentation, examination and treatment to mitigate risk in your chiropractic practice.  Gain peace of mind by effectively documenting what you do, while still treating your patients as a chiropractic physician.  

10:30-11:30 a.m.  

Innovation and Regulation within the Healthcare Environment
Dan Weinert, D.C., Ph.D., DACRB
Innovation and regulation are two powerful forces shaping the healthcare environment.  Learn the factors promoting innovation within health care and those causing the most resistance.  Explore the influence of evidence-based clinical practice on the practice of healthcare and regulatory agencies.   

11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.  

When Life Blows Up: A Story of Triumph over Adversity
Shilo Harris
On February 19, 2007, Shilo Harris’ armored vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device (IED). The explosion injured the driver and ended the lives of three of his fellow soldiers. Shilo survived but with severe third-degree burns on 35 percent of his body. His devastating injuries required that Shilo remain in a medically induced coma for 48 days. He spent nearly three years recovering while undergoing intensive care and physical therapy. Today, Shilo embraces how an IED blessed him with scars to make him stronger. Shilo, along with his sweetheart Jamie, will share his inspiring story of triumph over adversity. He says, “Everything in your life is a gift. Sometimes it may not be the gift you want, but you realize that your challenges are a new beginning.”  

2-4 p.m.  

Lower Extremity Subluxation Patterns
Mark Charrette, D.C.
Sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.
This two hour presentation is a “hands-on” workshop designed for the doctor to quickly acquire adjusting skills for the most commonly encountered lower extremity subluxation patterns. Also covered in this course are simple stabilization and rehabilitative procedures for the extremities.      

360-Degree-View Patient Care: Looking At All the Possibilities
Katherine Clark, D.C., Mary Frost, D.C., M.B.A. and Siri Leech, D.C. DACBR
Join Drs. Clark, Frost, and Leech for this presentation on patient care. The session will include a variety of clinical cases and discussion of radiology evaluation, diagnosis, clinical care, ethics, and payment.  

Proper Utilization of the ICD-10 Coding in the Chiropractic Office
Mario Fucinari, D.C., CCSP®
Sponsored by NCMIC Group
The ICD-10 implementation has changed again as of October 1, 2018.  Learn the rules and regulations of coding and documentation pertaining to the diagnosis.  Documentation has moved beyond lumbago and cervicalgia.  Don’t be left in the past.  We will examine how to effectively diagnose your patients, look for the red flags in coding, better utilize the coding guidelines and ways to check your progress in proper coding.   

4:30-6:30 p.m.  

Why Adjust the Lower Extremity?
Mark Charrette, D.C.
Sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.
This 2-hour presentation will cover the biomechanics, basic neurology, examination procedures, and indicators, for common lower extremity subluxation patterns. It will address the benefits of adjusting with minimal or no apparent symptomatology with a referenced explanation of “The Noisy Joint”.  

Evidence-Based Practice for Chiropractors
Nicole Ingrando, D.C.
Sponsored by NCMIC Group
You’ll learn strategies for developing proficiency and judgment in managing the musculoskeletal conditions chiropractors encounter the most, while enhancing the clinical experience for your patients. Explore the process of using internal evidence to achieve a more effective and efficient diagnosis while identifying individual patients' predicaments, rights, and preferences in making clinical decisions about their care. Examine how to use external clinical evidence, including:

  • clinically relevant patient centered clinical research
  • the accuracy and precision of diagnostic tests (including the clinical examination)
  • the power of prognostic markers
  •  the efficacy and safety of therapeutic, rehabilitative, and preventive regimens

Pursuing a mindset that uses clinical evidence both invalidates previously accepted diagnostic tests and treatments and replaces them with new ones that are safer, more powerful, more accurate, and more efficacious.    

Functional Examination: Using Your Exam to Secure Patient Engagement
Nate Hinkeldey, D.C., DACRB and Mike Tunning, D.C., ATC, M.S.
During this course Drs. Hinkeldey and Tunning will discuss the evidence related to the evaluation process and how to use this to better engage your patients and build value and compliance in their treatment plan. They will explore the implications or orthopedic and functional examination processes from many different authors.  

Sunday, February 25  

8-10 a.m.  

Prevention of Medical Errors*
Mario Fucinari, D.C., CCSP®
Sponsored by NCMIC Group  

Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic Procedures
Roy Sweat, D.C.
In this two hour session, Dr. Sweat will review pre and post abnormal sagittal curves. He will also discuss which curves will improve and which will not. Finally, Dr. Sweat will review the sagittal cervical curve, stress chart and Atlas Orthogonal technique.  

10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.  

Florida Laws and Rules for the Practice of Chiropractic*
Mario Fucinari, D.C., CCSP®
Sponsored by NCMIC Group
This course will familiarize chiropractors pertaining to Florida statutes, laws and rules governing the chiropractic profession. Whether you are just getting into practice or have been in practice for 40 years, this course will discuss the Florida Rules and Regulations and show their practical application to every day practice.  We will discuss key areas of the Florida Chiropractic Practice Act and its requirements.  

10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

HIV/AIDS: Conventional and Chiropractic Management**
Mark Murdock, D.C., R.N.
This session will review basic HIV information, including epidemiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and prevention. In addition, advanced management approaches will be explored from a conventional and chiropractic perspective.    

12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.  

Risk Management: Pieces of the Puzzle for Today’s Chiropractic Practice*
Michael Shreeve, D.C.
Solve the puzzle of risk management in the chiropractic practice during this one hour interactive discussion. Participants will explore the definition of risk management and the areas to be considered in today's chiropractic practice. During a Grand Rounds-style case presentation, participants will explore and discuss risk management prevention strategies. At the conclusion of this course, you will have an understanding of key communications and practice procedures for your chiropractic office.

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