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Chiropractic Orthopedics diplomate debuts in September

In this economy, earning specialty diplomate status can be harder than ever with expenses for travel and time out of the office taken into consideration. Palmer College is looking for solutions for our doctors in the field to continue lifelong learning endeavors. You can now earn eligibility to sit for the examination for the Diplomate in Chiropractic Orthopedics in less than two years and enjoy the status and recognition you’ll receive as an orthopedics specialist.

Palmer’s program features a new live/online hybrid structure that allows learners to earn their specialty in less time, and with less expense. “Our price of only $6,995 for the full program, coupled with the fact that doctors are travelling only half the time of a standard diplomate, makes investing in yourself and your practice an easy luxury,” stated Senior Director of Continuing Education Laurie Mueller, D.C., Davenport ’97.

Palmer’s new program features 17 live weekends and an online/self-study component. “Our programming also has been redesigned with a hard focus on clinical relevance,” she added. “Each live module is fully integrative and incorporates appropriate topics in physical examination, chiropractic-orthopedicneurologic assessment, imaging, diagnostics, labs, nutrition, biomechanics and case management.”

Program participants can expect to analyze specific case studies and take an algorithmic approach to differential diagnosis that will prepare them to sit for the examination to earn Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedics status. The program will begin Sept. 26-27, 2009, on the Davenport Campus. Visit ce.aspx for more information.

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