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2013-2014

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Sept. 21-22

Gait Evaluation, Nathan Hinkeldey, D.C. and Chris Feil, D.C.

This course is designed to present practical concepts regarding gait and foot analysis and its applications within functional evidence-based multimodal chiropractic care. The course will provide a systematic approach for the evaluation, treatment and documentation of subjective, objective and functional findings in regards to walking and running gait. This seminar will illustrate the simplicity of gait analysis with the aid of affordable technology and address the common dysfunctional movement patters that may present with lower extremity pathologies. In addition, the course will provide shoe fitting and show wear recommendations for proper foot function.

Oct. 12-13

Understandingand Managing Somatovisceral Disorders, Brian Budgell, D.C., Ph.D.

In collaboration with Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College's Division of Continuing EducationCMCC Logo 

Dr. Brian Budgell, an internationally renowned chiropractic researcher and career scientist, brings clarity to the complex world of human physiology.Dr. Budgell convincingly demonstrates that somatovisceral management can be evidence-based, and that chiropractic care of many non-musculoskeletal conditions can be as scientific as musculoskeletal care. 

Nov. 23-24

Whole Person Cancer Care, Jeff Sklar, D.C.
Nutritional Considerations for a Patient with a Cancer Diagnosis, Delilah A. Anderson, M.S., D.C., D.A.C.B.N.

Saturday 

9 a.m . - 1 p.m. Whole Person Cancer Care with Dr. Sklar

The first 4 hour session will be presented by Jeffrey Sklar, D.C., from the Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Along with him, Danielle Kennedy, R.D. and Hadassah Hilewitz, N.D., will present an integrative approach to oncology. An overview of cancer, including statistics and pathology will be presented. The special needs of a cancer patient will be discussed. They will discuss Chiropractic in a medical setting and the proven efficacy of chiropractic.

2 - 6 p.m. Nutritional Considerations PartIwith Dr. Anderson

Dr. Anderson will review scientifically sound research regarding the role nutrition plays in cancer in the final 8 hours of the weekend.You will learn the planning and integration of nutritional recommendations for your patients regardless of where they are in their cancer treatment. The session will cover interactions between drugs, nutraceuticals and food. You will be able to recognize and minimize side effects. The session will emphasize repair and rebuilding during and post treatment and discuss co-management strategies.

Sunday 

8 a.m. - Noon Nutritional Considerations Part II with Dr. Anderson

Feb. 8-9

Medicare, Al Luce, D.C. - 6 hours (Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 - 4 p.m.)

The purpose of this course is to briefly explain the long standing Medicarecompliance issues the chiropractic profession is facing. The course will highlight the main issues causing the compliance problem. Evidence‐based methods will then be discussed for addressing the issues. The methods will address the patient history and examinations that leading to a diagnosis. These methodswill not only help in gaining an understanding of the problems but will offer solutions. This approach provides a faster and more precise process for arriving at diagnosis. The importance of a correct diagnosis is its relevance to applying the best treatment strategies. 

Head Injury, David Quist, EMT-B, D.C., DIBCN (Saturday 4 - 6 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. - Noon)

In this 6 hour class we will discuss head injuries which may be encountered in a chiropractic office or outside the office. This discussion will include traumatic head injuries including but not limited to: concussion, intracranial bleeding, stroke, skull fractures, contusions, orbital fractures, eye injuries and hypertensive emergencies. We will also discuss return to play guidelines for athletes following a head injury. In addition, there will be a discussion of stroke and cervical adjusting. Practical treatment and referral recommendations will be given.

Mar. 15-16

Healthy Aging: The Anti-Aging Workshop, Jeffrey Tucker, D.C.

This course will train you in prescribing exercise therapy based on objective assessments, establish treatment goals, and provide healthy lifestyle recommendations for your aging patients. The course takes you through the individual consultation process, assessment of movement patterns and diet/nutritional recommendations.

Apr. 12

One Day - Iowa Required Classes and ICD-10 Coding

7 - 10 a.m.3 hours Adult and Child Abuse, Michelle Barber, D.C.
10 a.m. - Noon2 hours Professional Boundaries, Anna Allen, R.N., M.S.N., C.L.N.C.
Noon - 1 p.m. 1 hour Iowa Rules, Anna Allen, R.N., M.S.N., C.L.N.C.
*1 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch Break
1:30 - 7:30 p.m. ICD-10 Coding, Larry Swank, D.C.

*Lunch will be offered for purchase

The 6 hours of Iowa Required classes (7 a.m.-1 p.m.) is being offered as a separate class for $175.

May 17-18

Case Correlations, Lora Tanis, D.C., DICCP

Case Correlations will build on the three previous sessions. Dr. Tanis will bring pediatric cases and demonstrate how to manage the conditions that are covered in the previous 3 weekends of this series: Gait Evalutation, Somatovisceral Disorders and Cancer. She will identify warning signs for each of the conditions that you must look for in our young population.

June 7

One Day - The Spine and Concussion in Sports, William Moreau, D.C., DACBSP® and Ronald Shepherd, D.C., DACBSP®

7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
*1 - 1:30 p.m.Lunch Break
1:30 - 7:30 p.m.
*Lunch will be offered for purchase

This 12 hour course will provide Doctors of Chiropractic with current information concerning the skills and knowledge required for a Doctor of chiropractic to serve athletes and athletic teams as well as in depth study of the evaluation and management of concussion and spinal injury in the athletic population. Discussed conditions include scoliosis, Scheuermann’s, spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, Marfan Syndrome, discopathy and spinal stenosis. The presentation will include case studies based on current literature sources and a two hour hands on work shop regarding the physical examination of the shoulder and knee. 

 

Registration information

Location:

Palmer College of Chiropractic - Davenport, Iowa | Maps 

Time:

Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., and 2-6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-Noon or one day as noted

CE:

12 hours per weekend applied for in select states. Please check with the Continuing Education and Events Department or your state board prior to registering.

Seminar Package Pricing:

$750 – any five seminars
$400 – any two seminars
Packages must be used during the offered series; unused seminars may not be rolled over to future series.

Single Seminar Pricing:

$250 - paid two weeks in advance
$275 - paid less than two weeks in advance
$300 -paid at the door
$175 - 6 hours of Iowa Required classes (Saturday, April 12; 7 a.m.-1 p.m.)
$175 - 6 hours of ICD-10 Coding (Saturday, April 12; 1:30-7:30 p.m.)
$45 - chiropractic student

Seminar Notes:

Notes will be distributed electronically approximately one week prior to the seminar. Any person requesting a hard copy will be charged an additional $15 per seminar.

Registration:

Visit the seminar registration page to sign up for a course. Be sure to read the policies and procedures prior to registering.

Verification of Attendance

Attendance verification will be sent electronically to the e-mail on record approximately three weeks after the seminar.

Deadlines:

Requests for reasonable accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities must be submitted to the Continuing Education and Events office at least 10 working days prior to the seminar.

Cancellation Policies:

Single Seminar Registration: Refunds, less a 25% administrative fee, will be issued upon request if received more than seven calendar days prior to the event. There are no refunds permitted after that time. Registrations may be transferable to another scheduled seminar within the same fiscal year (July-June).

Multiple Session Program Registration: After prepaying multiple sessions to receive the discounted pricing, Palmer College will calculate the refund, less a 25% administrative fee, for the remaining unattended sessions. The refund request must be received at least seven calendar days prior to the next session. Program registrations may be transferable to another course within the same fiscal year (July-June). No refunds are issued for the online session portion of multiple session programs.

2014-2015 (dates and sessions to be determined)

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Registration information

Location:

Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida Campus - Port Orange, Fla.| Maps 

Time:

Saturday,9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-Noon
*Saturday start time on November's LRS is 8 a.m.

CE:

12 hours per weekend applied for in select states. Please check with the Continuing Education and Events Department or your state board prior to registering.

Seminar Package Pricing:

$449 - all three seminars
Packages must be used during the offered series; unused seminars may not be rolled over to future series.

Single Seminar Pricing:

$250 - paid two weeks in advance
$275 - paid less than two weeks in advance
$300 - paid at the door
$45 - chiropractic student

Seminar Notes:

Notes will be distributed electronically approximately one week prior to the seminar. Any person requesting a hard copy will be charged an additional $15 per seminar.

Registration:

Visit the seminar registration page to sign up for a course. Be sure to read the policies and procedures prior to registering.

Verification of Attendance

Attendance verification will be sent electronically to the e-mail on record approximately three weeks after the seminar.

Deadlines:

Requests for reasonable accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities must be submitted to the Continuing Education and Events office at least 10 working days prior to the seminar.

Cancellation Policies:

Single Seminar Registration: Refunds, less a 25% administrative fee, will be issued upon request if received more than seven calendar days prior to the event. There are no refunds permitted after that time. Registrations may be transferable to another scheduled seminar within the same fiscal year (July-June).

Multiple Session Program Registration: After prepaying multiple sessions to receive the discounted pricing, Palmer College will calculate the refund, less a 25% administrative fee, for the remaining unattended sessions. The refund request must be received at least seven calendar days prior to the next session. Program registrations may be transferable to another course within the same fiscal year (July-June). No refunds are issued for the online session portion of multiple session programs.

Contact Us
Continuing Education and Events
Toll free: (800) 452-5032
Fax: (563) 884-5103
continuinged@palmer.edu 
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