Homecoming Schedule

Davenport campus

2018 Printable Event Schedule. (Adobe Acrobat required).

August 9-11, 2018

Thursday, August 9

Friday, August 10

Saturday, Aug. 11

West campus

2018 Printable Event Schedule (Acrobat required).    

Friday, May 4

9-11 a.m.

Functional Medicine and the Chiropractic Patient
Marina Rose, D.C.
No notes have been provided
What is Functional Medicine, how does it relate to DD Palmer's "thoughts, traumas and toxins"?  What are some sources of training, and why patients may be searching for it? How chiropractors can address some of the gaps in care that may cause patients to look for a Functional Medicine doctor.

MRI of the Lumbar Spine: Principles of Interpretation and Review of Common Pathologies
Matthew Skalski, D.C., DACBR
No notes have been provided
This will be a 2-hour interactive review of magnetic resonance imaging of the lumbar spine, discussing basic MR imaging protocols, cross-sectional anatomy, and common pathologies, including: disc herniation, degenerative disease, stenosis, congenital/developmental syndromes, trauma, neoplasm, meningeal cysts, infection, and select post-surgical complications. 

A World of Hurt: A Guide to Classifying Pain
Tom Lotus, D.C., FACO, Cert.MDT, DACRB (c) 
Session notes
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.  

11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.  

Using Body Intelligence to Treat Chronic Disease
Rachel Carlton Abrams, M.D., M.H.S., ABFP, ABIHM
Session notes
In this presentation, Dr. Abrams will discuss one of the most important characteristics of integrative health care, the concept of body-intelligence. Harnessing the innate intelligence of the body to improve and maintain optimal health is a choice all patients and health practitioners can make. The first step is to develop the ability to listen to the body’s sensations and signals, interpret those signals, and use them to guide healthy decision-making. Complex patient cases will be described in which the fundamentals of health (eating, sleeping, moving, loving, and finding purpose) were successfully targeted with the assistance of body-intelligence.

1:15-3:15 p.m.  

Christine Goertz, D.C., Ph.D 
No notes have been provided
Palmer’s recently developed Evidence-Based Toolkit for Clinicians is a goldmine of resources, tools and services to help you provide the best evidence-based care to patients. The toolkit might be overwhelming to a first-time user. This session will walk you through the toolkit, show you the various tools and demonstrate just how useful they can be to you and your patients.  Lessons Learned from the Joint Commission, Sports Medicine and Science.

Women's Health: The Female Athlete Triad and its Effect on Fertility
Gina Sirchio-Lotus, D.C.
Session notes
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.   

Chin Up! Avoiding Tech Neck: Averting Biomechanical Dysfunction from the Use of Mobile Technologies
Sherry McAllister, D.C., M.S. (Ed), CCSP®
No notes have been provided
More individuals are seeking care for neck and back pain as a result of mobile device utilization. Doctors of chiropractic are positioned to be leaders in postural care as smartphones, tablets, and other personal technologies continue to have an increasing importance in our lives.

3:30-5:30 p.m.  

Current Concepts in Concussion Evaluation and Management
Ron Boesch, D.C. and Mike Olson D.C.
No notes have been provided
This session will focus on the current evidence surrounding the evaluation and management of concussion for the chiropractor. Processes and procedures that that you can easily implemented into a chiropractic office will be discussed and practiced.      

Review of Relevant Orthopedic Exams for the Practicing Chiropractor
Michael Van Natta, D.C.
Session notes
In this two-hour presentation, Dr. VanNatta will show how to cluster these tests to improve your outcomes in the patients that you serve. This review will cover upper and lower extremity exams and correlate them to our patients; young, old and those active in sports.  

Tale of Two Paradigm Changes: New Developments in Motion Palpation and Spinal Landmarks
Robert Cooperstein, D.C., M.A.
No notes have been provided
This chiropractic research seminar has two components, each of which reviews a series of studies performed at Palmer West that led to breakthroughs in patient assessment. In the first hour we will review the evolution of the “stiffest spinal site” method of motion palpation, which has led to 5 publications with one more in press. These studies have found motion palpation, against all odds, to be reliable despite previous studies with contrary results. The second hour reviews a series of Palmer West studies on spinal landmarks, which has already led to 4 papers on the spinal level of the inferior scapular tip, one paper on the spinal level of the iliac crest, and one paper currently on review on the accuracy of numerating lumbar spinal levels. These landmark studies are of great interest not only to manual therapists, but to allied health professions, especially anesthetists.

Saturday, May 5  

9-11 a.m.  

Kinesiology Tape Research Update and Application
Ted Forcum III, D.C., DACBSP®, FICC, CSCS
Explore updates in recent research and discuss how you can use the lessons learned from these studies to guide patient care. You’ll also learn about new products in light elastic tape.  Evidence‐Based Toolkit for Clinicians: What It Is and How To Use It

The Turkish Get-Up: One of the Four Aces (Cardinals) of Functional Exercise
Jimmy Yuan, D.C.
Session notes
A functional movement approach and neurodevelopmental perspective to one of the aces of functional exercise - The Turkish Get-Up. We will explore one of the top functional exercises in the industry the Turkish Get-Up, and break it down from a functional movement (FM) approach.  What are it FM pieces and parts and how it integrates to a whole FM exercise.  How the exercise honors the FM model and neurodevelopmental perspective.

California Law and Ethics
Ed Cremata, D.C.
No notes have been provided
Join Dr. Ed Cremata for this comprehensive class on common doctor-patient case studies and how to handle them, as well as, how to identify potential red flags and avoid behavior that may lead to potential violations. Dr. Cremata will review ethical and supportable practice standards, negligence and unprofessional conduct. In the second hour he will discuss proper SOAP note charting, treatment plan signatures, as well as, common advertising errors.

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

When Life Blows Up: a Story of Triumph over Adversity
Shilo Harris
No notes have been provided
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.”  

1:15-3:15 p.m.  

Ted Forcum III, D.C., DACBSP®, FICC, CSCS
No notes have been provided
Explore many topics while focusing on our position in sports medicine health care, our role in public health and sports, our role in city planning for sports and health, trends in concussion, and sports technology.  

Chiropractic Care in the VA: Whole Health a New Vision for Delivery of Care and Community Care Expectations
David Paris, D.C., DACRB and Robert Walsh, D.C.
No notes have been provided
This presentation will address the emergence of Whole Health, an approach to patient centered care that affirms the importance of the relationship and partnership between a patient and their community of providers.  Presentation will highlight fundamental knowledge and skills on how to transform our culture from transactional care based on illness and disease, to care focused on the individual Veteran’s life and what matters to him or her.  During the presentation, I would encourage my colleagues to explore a more personalized approach to optimize health and wellbeing for themselves and the Veterans/patients they serve.  This presentation will also cover thoughts on how integration into this new VA office and paradigm presents an opportunity for DC’s everywhere. Standards of Care, outcome measures and discharge goals will also be discussed. 

McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® Part I
Jonathan Soltys, D.C., Cert.MDT
No notes have been provided
A growing number of chiropractors are formally studying and applying McKenzie Method in practice.  McKenzie Method is an assessment tool that incorporates repetitive test movements in various planes to help determine a directional preference to treat a patient’s condition. It also determines the appropriate progression of forces to which the patient will likely respond. You’ll learn the three primary sub-groups associated within this method: derangement, dysfunction and postural. The vast majority of low back and neck pain cases that chiropractors see fall under the derangement category. The specific treatments for each sub-group will be described.   

3:30-5:30 p.m.

Opportunities in the World of Sport and Functional Assessment and Adjustments of Extremities
Brian Nook, D.C.
Session notes 1
Session notes 2
Are all of the opportunities gone?  Have I missed the chance to get in on the ground level?  Is it only for the select few?  Where can I get involved and how?   Will it make a difference in my practice? These are questions that we often hear and rightfully so by the practitioner in the field and students.  This course provide an overview of the world of Sport and our opportunities.  It will discuss and provide processes and advice on how to get involved in sport from the local, national and international level.  Examples on past and present opportunities and strategies for integrating the Chiropractic profession into the world of sport and expanding these opportunities to firmly take our rightful place in the dissemination of health care to athletes.  Recent research on the demographics of chiropractic care at the World Games demonstrates the utilization of chiropractic. The second portion of the course will focus on a functional chiropractic screen of the extremities.  It builds on other functional assessment protocols from the chiropractic procedure to help determine the biomechanical faults in a patient or athlete to deliver the appropriate adjustment.  

Slow Aging, Live Longer: The Science of Foods, Genes, Cells
Susan St. Claire, D.C.
Session notes
Living a long and healthy life is the goal of wellness care. DD Palmer recommended avoiding toxins to prevent dis-ease. Learn the current theories of aging. What are the toxins that age us? Learn how toxins damage genes and cells. Learn how to modify diet and lifestyle to promote longevity and prevent disease.     

McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® Part II
Jonathan Soltys, D.C., Cert.MDT
No notes have been provided
A continuation of Part I.  

Sunday, May 6  

8 a.m.-Noon  

A Year in Diagnostic Imaging - Radiology Grand Rounds
Ian McLean, D.C., DACBR
Session notes
The Radiology Grand Rounds Session is designed to strengthen and enhance your skills in diagnostic imaging interpretation through a case-based approach. At the conclusion of the program you should be able to better identify normal anatomy, variants, trauma, and pathology as they relate to diagnostic imaging studies, allowing for improved patient management.    

2018 Workers’ Compensation Update – for QMEs and Treating Doctors
Edward Cremata, D.C.
No notes have been provided
In this session, Dr. Cremata will review changes in workers’ compensation and current report-writing protocols. He’ll also 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.  

Chiropractic Imaging Practicum: The Annual Roentgen Roulette
Ian McLean, D.C., DACBR
No notes have been provided
Before the beginning of this lecture, you will view diagnostic imaging "unknowns" and answer a series of questions.  You’ll then participate in a comprehensive review of the unknown cases and gain practical information usable in clinical practice. Plain film and specialized imaging studies critical to your practice will be presented.  The diagnostic imaging studies will be correlated with the patients' clinical presentation.  

2018 Workers’ Compensation Update Part II – for QMEs and Treating Doctors
Edward Cremata, D.C.
No notes have been provided
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.

Florida campus

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.

McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® - Practical Applications
Mitch Miglis, D.C., Cert.MDT
No session notes have been provided.
This lecture provides an introduction to McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® (MDT), an evidence based system of assessment and treatment for mechanical neck, back, radicular and extremity joint pain. 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). This can be especially important to a chiropractor as it not only helps improve safety but it can also help validate the direction of the adjustment. By determining a directional preference, there is a greater likelihood that a patient’s pain will reduce in a short time period. This can allow a chiropractor to introduce active care rehabilitation earlier in the patient’s treatment, which can demonstrate even further value to third party payers. With patients that are in too much pain or have contraindications to being adjusted, McKenzie Method offers safe and effective treatment protocols. There is also far less physical stress to a chiropractor incorporating McKenzie Method in comparison to other spinal or extremity techniques. This helps to protect a chiropractor’s shoulders, low back, wrists and thumbs. McKenzie is the largest spine care referral network in the world, of which there are now 125 chiropractors included.

Understanding Concussions; From the Pros to the Pee Wees
Alan Sokoloff, D.C., DACBSP®
Sponsored by China Gel, Inc.
No session notes have been provided.
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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
No session notes have been provided.
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
Lisa Barker, D.C., Anthony Lisi, D.C., Nkaku Kisaalita, Ph.D. and David Portee, M.D.
No session notes have been provided.
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)
No session notes have been provided.
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
No session notes have been provided.
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
Session notes
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
No session notes have been provided.
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
Session notes
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
Session notes
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
Session notes
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
Sponsored by Standard Process Inc.
No session notes have been provided.
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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
Mary Frost, D.C., M.B.A. and Siri Leech, D.C. DACBR
No session notes have been provided.
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
Session notes
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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
No session notes have been provided.
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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
Session notes

Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic Procedures
Matthew Sweat, D.C.
No session notes have been provided.
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
Session notes
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.
No session notes have been provided.
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.
Session notes
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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