Join your chiropractic colleagues in summer 2014 for Palmer’s travel event to Alaska and British Columbia. This a seven-night cruise (June 27–July 4, 2014) will take place on the Royal Caribbean ship "Rhapsody of the Seas."
There will be 12 CE hours available, featuring Ed Feinberg, D.C., DACBSP, ICCSP. He'll present Topics in Sports Chiropractic, including Concussion Update, Common Sports Shoulder Disorders, FOOSH Injuries, Finger Dislocations/Fractures/Tendon Injuries, Hamstring Injuries/Disorders, Patellofemoral Pain Disorders, and Ankle Sprains.
Dr. Feinberg graduated from Palmer College's West Campus in 1983 and has maintained a sports chiropractic practice ever since. He is a professor at Palmer's West Campus and for the past 20 years has been the faculty advisor for the West Campus Student Sports Council, frequently considered the finest student sports council program in the country. Dr. Feinberg has also taught sports chiropractic programs throughout the world, including Canada, Egypt, Chile, and Brazil. For the past five years Dr. Feinberg has been the Faculty Advisor Liaison for the ACA Sports Council where he brings together sports chiropractic advisors from across the country to help improve sports chiropractic education nationally. Most recently he provided chiropractic care at the 2013 World Games in Colombia with FICS, the international sports chiropractic federation.
For cruise and travel booking, contact Marie at KDM Travel at email@example.com or (800) 779-6614. Cabins are limited, so please call today. For CE registration, contact the Palmer Continuing Education and Events Department at (800) 452-5032.
For more information about the event, contact the Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 722-2586, Ext. 3.
- 6/27 - Seattle, Wash.
- 6/28 - Cruising
- 6/29 - Juneau, Alaska
- 6/30 - Skagway, Alaska
- 7/1 - Tracy Arm Fjord/Sawyer Glacier
- 7/2 - Cruising
- 7/3 - Victoria, British Columbia
- 7/4 - Seattle, Wash.