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2013 Alumni Travel Event to Punta Cana - Price reduction!

9/13/2012 (Archived)

Two Options: February 22-28 or February 23-28, 2013

Update: Price reduction! $804 per person based on double occupancy, and $1,272 for single. Anyone who has already booked their trip will also receive the discount. 

Join your chiropractic colleagues for a fun, relaxing and educational Palmer travel event at one of the world’s top-rated beaches and resort destinations. The 2013 travel event will take you to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic at the Gran Bahia Principe Resort Complex. To accommodate schedules and other Palmer events, we are offering six-night (Feb. 22-28) or five-night (Feb. 23-28) stays at this beautiful resort. CO relaxing beach

The educational portion of your adventure is earning up to 12 hours of Continuing Education credits on applied chiropractic nutrition with Jay Robbins, D.C., C.C.N., DACBN, for just $249. The CE program will be conveniently scheduled to maximize your vacation days and time with family and friends.

Dr. Robbins' program on "Applied Chiropractic Nutrition presents a practical, time-proven, effective, systematic approach to the viscero-somatic reflex by relying on the perfect testimony of the recurring subluxation to determine nutritional needs.

Call for pricing and to make your resort reservation today!

Resort booking* and travel: KDM Travel at (800) 779-6614

Information and CE registration: Palmer CE and Events Department at (800) 452-5032

*Attendees must sign up in the Palmer block to be eligible for Palmer CE and other group events. Inclusion in the Palmer block supports the College and our ability to continue to offer travel events. Thank you!

Should you have a qualified disability that requires accommodation, please contact the Palmer Continuing Education and Events Dept. at least 10 working days prior to the seminar.

Speaker: Jay Robbins, D.C., C.C.N., DACBN

The program focuses on chiropractic nutrition as the use of diet and food supplements to support the chiropractic adjustment as well as the tool for addressing the biochemical aspect of the subluxation. Dr. Robbins earned his D.C. degree from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1988, and went on to receive a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Nutrition. He has been a faculty presenter for “Foundations of Nutritional Therapy,” sponsored by the International Foundation for Nutrition and Health, from 1997 to the present, and has presented the seminar series “Chiropractic Nutrition, the Essentials of Nutritional Therapy, Core Nutritional Principles for Every Patient,” since 2000.

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