Join us in Riviera Maya, Mexico!
January 21-28, 2017
Escape your routine and join us in paradise at the Hard Rock
Hotel in Riviera Maya, Mexico in January!
Although shorter duration stays are available, you will receive up to $1,800 in resort credits for a seven night stay. We hope you can join us! This highly-rated, all-inclusive resort features a family
section (Hacienda) and an adult only section (Heaven) to meet the needs of every guest. Amenities include . . .
- spectacular bars & lounges
adult only yoga temple and fitness center
- teen lounge & disco, kids club
- tennis, golf, and bicycling
- salon and spa
- kayaking, snokeling and climbing wall
- live entertainment
- amazing private beaches and spacious pools
- many optional excursion opportunities
Combine business with pleasure as you earn up to 12 hours of
Continuing Education (CE).
$249, you can take the course entitled, “Rehabilitation of Injuries to
Performance for the Chiropractic Office” presented by Dave Juehring, D.C.,
CSCS, CCSP®, DACRB. Using an approach easily implemented into any
chiropractic office, Dr. Juehring will teach developmental strategies to
increase spinal and extremity stability. The program will also cover how
to increase athletic performance. In
order to maximize your time with family and friends, we have scheduled four
hours of Continuing Education on Monday (1/23), Tuesday (1/24) and Thursday (1/26) mornings. The rest of the time is yours to enjoy
excursions or relax on the beach. And remember, this travel event is open to anyone--you don't need to be a Palmer graduate or a chiropractor to participate.
Contact Tami Dickinson at Creative Travel by Tami at firstname.lastname@example.org or (563)285-8663 for travel and event details.
CE registration, call the Continuing Education and Events Department at (800)
452-5032 or e-mail email@example.com.
Dave Juehring, D.C., CSCS,
CCSP®, DACRB, Davenport ‘94
Dr. Dave Juehring is the resident director of the Palmer College of Chiropractic's Rehabilitation Residency and director of the Rehabilitation and
Sport Injury Department at Palmer Chiropractic Clinics and holds a full
professor position at the institution. He is a post-graduate speaker on
various rehabilitative and diagnostic topics for many continuing education programs
and has been published on similar topics in textbooks and peer reviewed
journals. He has been involved with the US Bobsled program and has been a team
leader and coach for the 1994, 1998 and 2002 winter Olympic Games. Spanning his
career, he has helped the program win many medals and championships, most
notably a gold medal for the women’s team and a silver and bronze for the men’s
team at the 2002 games.
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