CHIROPRACTIC CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR COLORADO LICENSE RENEWAL

(PACE 8 HR) Patient Management through All Phases of Pregnancy

 

Overview

An insightful 8-hour presentation covering all phases of pregnancy and care options from a case/patient management aspect, including prior to becoming pregnant up through post-delivery.  Learn tried and proven effective management of pregnancy from preconception to post-natal care.  Certain muscles will naturally weaken throughout pregnancy effecting your patient’s ability to hold your adjustments, which can result in less than optimal benefits for you patient and their pregnancy.  In this course, you will learn how to avoid some common mistakes.  Learn the tools to adjust and acquire a better understanding of how to treat your pregnant patients as well as those wishing to have a baby in the future.  Nothing adds the same excitement to a practice like new patients do, especially those “born” into it!

Some of the topics covered in class include:

  • Early infant care
  • Possible complications from a neurological, nutritional and structural aspect with reference sources
  • Diet considerations and appropriate exercises from conditioning to post-delivery recovery
  • Fertility issues
  • Importance of pre-pregnancy planning
  • Importance of spousal participation

This is a 8-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz after every-other hour.  Upon completion of all 8 lessons, you will earn 8 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 6 HR) The Real Science of Heart Disease

OVERVIEW

In this lecture I scientifically call into question many of the conventional wisdom views of the heart and heart disease. I start by exploring how many scientists have shown that the heart is not a very effective pressure-propulsion pump like we are taught in medical school. I further solidify this argument using the research of Dr. Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington which shows why we don’t really need the heart to be a true pump. I then relate these conclusions to conditions like Congestive Heart Failure, Raynauds Syndrome, and varicose veins.

The second part of the talk is focused on the real causes of heart attacks. The work of Dr. Giorgio Baroldi and Dr. Knut Sroka have shown us that a blockage or clot formation, what is typically thought to cause a heart attack, accounts for a very small percentage of heart attacks. Further, there has been lots of research showing that dietary saturated fat and cholesterol have no correlation with heart disease. This begs the question of what does cause heart attacks. The true cause happens when very specific conditions are met, but it ultimately lies in an imbalance in the function of our Autonomic Nervous System. 

The presentation concludes by showing how we as chiropractors can use this information to use the tools we have (manipulation, supplements, and lifestyle) to help support our patients who have heart disease. It particularly focuses on the science behind how manual manipulation has on impact on the imbalance that drive heart disease.

Learning Objectives

My goal with this talk is to educate chiropractors about the true causes of heart disease, not so that we can say that we treat heart disease—because there are obvious reasons why we shouldn’t say that—but because our patients need our guidance in ways that they can create strong, healthy hearts. It is obvious that our western medical model is failing those with heart disease and people are starting to realize this and seek out alternative practitioners. If we chiropractors are armed with this knowledge, then we can be there to support our patients who are in this situation.

This is a 6-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes at least 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz throughout the course.  Upon completion of all 6 lessons, you will earn 6 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.6

(PACE 6 HR) Part 2: Managing Proprioceptive Issues 2 of 2

Please Note: Upon completion of both Part 1 and Part 2  of this course a complimentary e-book of proprioceptive exercises will be provided to you.  The book includes individually, printable proprioceptive exercise scripts that can be used with your patients.

OVERVIEW FOR MANAGING PROPRIOCEPTIVE ISSUES Part 2

(PART TWO PROPRIOCEPTION)

Proprioception is an important bodily neuromuscular sense. It falls under our “sixth sense”, more commonly known as somatosensation. The term somatosensation is an all-encompassing term which includes the sub-categories of mechanoreception (vibration, pressure, and discriminatory touch), thermoreception (temperature), nociception (pain), equilibrioception (balance) and proprioception (sense of positioning and movement). The feedback from all these different sensory components arise from our PNS feeding information to our CNS, both at the level of the spinal cord (reflexive) and sent to the cerebral cortex for higher processing. People experiencing proprioceptive challenges are coming to chiropractic clinics with conditions related to MVAs, sports injuries, falls, developmental, or neurological issues.

This course will cover how to determine, and what may help with patients suffering from many types of proprioceptive conditions.

Proprioception is the perception of body position and movements in three-dimensional space, and overall proprioceptive performance is determined by the quality of both the available proprioceptive information and an individual’s proprioceptive ability. Thus, the hardware (peripheral mechanoreceptors) provides proprioceptive information to the brain for the software (central processing) to integrate and use.

This course is designed to give basic essential information needed to diagnosis and treat uncomplicated proprioceptive dysfunction and related disorders. After completing the seminar, we believe you will be equipped with the information needed to identify common clinical signs and symptoms of proprioceptive issues with your patients and incorporate an appropriate treatment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will leave having a better understanding of the incidence and etiology of proprioceptive issues. They will be able to demonstrate better understanding of the proprioceptive system, the various disorders and the subsequent implications on a patient’s ability to perform ADLs. We will identify various fundamental assessment tools for testing proprioception and begin to learn how to use them hands-on. Enrollees will be better able to describe the proprioceptive system and the interdependence of gaze and postural stabilization on maintaining balance that this system provides. They will leave and be able to take back to their practices the enhanced ability to identify common clinical signs and symptoms of proprioceptive issues and how to incorporate appropriate treatment.

This is a 6-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz after each lesson.  Upon completion of all 6 lessons, you will earn 6 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.  This is part 2 of a 2-part series.  For information on Part 1 of this program please click here.

(PACE 6 HR) Part 1: Managing Balance Issues 1 of 2

Please Note: Upon completion of both Part 1 and Part 2  of this course a complimentary e-book of proprioceptive exercises will be provided to you.  The book includes individually, printable proprioceptive exercise scripts that can be used with your patients.

COURSE CONTENT FOR MANAGING BALANCE ISSUES Part 1 of 2

(PART ONE BALANCE)

According to the Vestibular Disorders Association, over 90 million Americans age 17 and older, have experienced a dizziness or balance problem at some point in their lives. Almost 8 million people in the US have a problem with balance that has lasted over 3 months and 2.5 million report a chronic dizziness problem. With the large amount of baby boomers entering “retirement age”, there is increased concern about falling. Most people over the age of 70 report some problem with dizziness and balance and balance-related falls account for more than one-half of the accidental deaths in the elderly. In addition, individuals with a diagnosed vestibular problem who also exhibit symptoms have an incidence of falling that is 12 times that of the general population. Overall, the cost of medical care for patients with balance disorders exceeds $1 billion per year in the US. Getting effective treatment is frequently complicated by the challenge of diagnosing the specific source of the problem and finding clinicians with the knowledge and experience to treat these problems.

This workshop will cover the anatomy, physiology and function of the vestibular system and the vestibular system’s important role in balance and mobility. It is designed to give basic essential information needed to assess and treat uncomplicated vestibular dysfunction as well as incidence, diagnosis and treatment of balance related disorders. Attendees will learn the various types of vestibular disorders, how they affect different populations and basic clinical tools for appropriate evaluation and treatment strategies.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will leave having a better understanding of the incidence and etiology of vestibular dysfunction. They will be able to demonstrate better understanding of the vestibular system, the various disorders and the subsequent implications on a patient’s ability to perform ADLs. We will identify various fundamental assessment tools for testing vestibular dysfunction and begin to learn how to use them hands-on. Enrollees will be better able to describe the balance control system and the interdependence of gaze and postural stabilization on maintaining balance, demonstrate knowledge of the assessment and treatment of BPPV. They will leave and be able to take back to their practices the enhanced ability to identify common clinical signs and symptoms of the dizzy and imbalanced patient and how to incorporate and progress appropriate treatment.

This is a 6-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz throughout the course.  Upon completion of all 6 lessons, you will earn 6 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.  This is part 1 of a 2-part series.  For information on Part 2 of this program please click here.

 

(PACE 6 HR) Nutrition

 

Overview

This 6-hour presentation covers nutritional aspects that are neurologically driven covering such topics as brain health, pregnancy, stress, and aging concepts.  We will look at a variety of nutritional aspects in relation to different health issues.

Objectives

Participants will gain a better understanding of why it is important to include nutrition in their treatment plans.  We will discuss what should be considered in order to be better equipped to treat patients. Participants will have a better understanding on how to determine patient treatments and what those treatments should entail. More importantly, participants will understand why as a chiropractor addressing nutrition with patients is imperative.  Doctors will be empowered to improve their patients’ lives more wholly for a more complete future.

 

 

This is a 6-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz after each lesson.  Upon completion of all 6 lessons, you will earn 6 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 6 HR) Chiropractic Philosophy – Philosophy

 

Overview

This course takes a look at where chiropractic comes from.  An in depth discussion of the origins and philosophical roots of what has become one of the largest natural health care branches in the world will be reviewed. We look at the history of chiropractic and how chiropractic philosophy fits into the modern day practice. We will take a brief look at some other healing art philosophies and see how they compare with our own.

OBJECTIVES

The student will have a better understanding regarding the importance of philosophy.  Every profession has a philosophy.  By participating in this class, the attendees will hopefully have a greater appreciation for ours.

Some, but not all, topics covered in this course include:

  • Definition of philosophy and chiropractic philosophy
  • Interpret quotes from famous philosophers, chiropractic philosophers and excerpts from motivational and inspirational readings
  • Review of the 33 chiropractic principles
  • Compare and contrast western medicine philosophy with chiropractic philosophy
  • Learn to educate patients on the chiropractic paradigm
  • Effectively integrate the above objectives into chiropractic practice

 

This is a 6-hour continuing education course.

 

(PACE 4hr) Practical Uses of Acupressure

Instructor:  Richard A. Snow, D.C., DABCA
Hours:  4 CEUs
PACE Recognized Provider:  CCE Hours

Course Objective

The student will learn tools, techniques, and protocols for commonly presented health conditions in a typical practice. The student will be presented and shown several easy methods to implement the knowledge from this course in an easy and practical fashion.

Course Goals

The student will be able implement one or more of the techniques into their daily practice. The student will understand the protocols and how to apply them to their patients.

Course Syllabus

Hour 1:  Introduction of the instructor and tools for treatment of Acupressure points being used in the course. An Introduction into the Yennie Formula for a foundational treatment. Learn to treatment of muscle spasms in a simple manner. Learn the use of Kidney 7 for many health conditions. Treatment protocols for torticollis, immune system enhancement, sinus problems, lung conditions, eye conditions, tinnitus, and anxiety.

Hour 2:  Treatment protocols and the implementation for allergies, asthma, neck issues, G.I issues, Knee pain, hip pain, infertility, Fatigue, and Liver Qi stagnation.

Hour 3:  Continue uses for the Accumatic, teishin, and the pointer plus for treatment of Acupuncture points. Continue explanation of the uses of the Yennie Formula and the positive effects on the body. Learn a simple approach to the treatment of the associated points. Learn treatment protocols and implementation for adrenal glands, grief, insomnia, fever reduction, bladder incontinence, muscle spasms pitting edema, and night sweats. Learn an easy approach to pain reduction with the surrounding the Dragon technique.

Hour 4:  Learn treatment protocols and implementation for upper abdominal pressure, female reproductive issues, Carpal Tunnel syndrome, elbow pain, plantar fasciitis, migraines, headaches, supporting pregnancy. Learn the simple use of the Hua Tuo points, spinal treatment via auriculotherapy, Using Subcutaneous needles, and self- treatment protocols.

(PACE 4 HR) Chiropractic Adjusting Technique

Overview

This 4-hour presentation covers adjusting techniques that are neurologically based.  As a beginning to this seminar, we will cover neuroplasticity and the neurological basis of adjusting. We will also look at the arthrology of joints, as well as, mechanoreceptors, dorsal column, lateral columns, the anterolateral system and more.  Equilibrium will be examined along with the vestibular system.

Objectives

Participants will leave having a better understanding of how to adjust and treat patients.  Participants can also expect to acquire a better understanding of how to determine what the treatments should entail.  More importantly, doctors will have an understanding of why elements of their treatments were chosen.  Doctors will be empowered with a deeper knowledge to improve their patient’s lives, including their own.

 

This is a 4-hour continuing education course.  The course is taught by the instructor with a PowerPoint presentation as a visual aid.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz at the end of each lesson.  Upon completion of the course and passing quizzes, you will earn 4 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 2 HR) Two Hours of Record Keeping

Overview

Very few people enjoy record keeping so in an effort to make this less stressful for you there are no diagnosis codes.  After spending many years reviewing records, one of the areas I found most often lacking was Evaluation and Management coding which is based upon 7 components and effects your collections.  This two hour seminar was put together from the perspective of how to not only keep good records, but to help you get reimbursed, hopefully, better. We will cover such areas of record keeping from the concept of writing out your diagnosis and what advantages this may have for you.

One snapshot of examples we cover in this course is:

  • How are you going to separate, or properly diagnosis, a neuritis from a radiculopathy?
  • How would you separate neuropathy from a radiculitis?
  • All seven have their own diagnostic code where before they fit under one code. Did you order the appropriate tests?

It is promised that this two hour course on record keeping will be as interesting as possible.  And, valuable information will be shared.

Note:  This is a 2-hour continuing education course.  The course is taught by the instructor with a PowerPoint presentation as a visual aid.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz at the end of the course.  Upon completion of the course and passing the quiz, you will earn 2 CEU’s.  A certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 2 HR) Professional Boundaries

Overview

In society today, doctors are held to a higher standard of professionalism compared to many other lines of work.  Therefore, it is imperative that we as doctors have a very good grasp on what professional boundaries entail. This 2-hour course will help provide a better understanding of the importance of always being aware of and practicing professional boundaries. We will also look at some key strategies to help keep the doctor and staff, as well as the patients, within those boundaries.

Objectives

  1. Explain the relevant concepts concerning professional boundaries
  2. Describe why maintaining appropriate professional boundaries between physicians and patients or third parties is ethically required.
  3. Describe why maintaining appropriate professional boundaries between physicians, family members, peers and trainees is ethically required.
  4. Identify situations in which physicians can breach professional boundaries.

 

This is a 2-hour continuing education course.  The course is taught by the instructor with a PowerPoint presentation as a visual aid.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz at the end of the course.  Upon completion of the course and passing the quiz, you will earn 2 CEU’s.  A certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 2 HR) Mental Health Conditions Common to Veterans and Family Members of Veterans

Overview

This 2-hour course takes a look at some of the mental health issues facing our veterans.  We will first talk about the children of veterans and some of the most common issues they may face, such as:  how long will they be effected, what can chiropractic do, and what types of treatments are available.  In other words, what can be some possible long term affects, if any, with the children of veterans.  We will also discuss the the potential impacts on spouses of veterans.

For both men and women, questions like the following will be discussed and answered during this 2-hour course:

  • What is PTSD and who, as well as how many, are effected?
  • How can PTSD affect a veteran?
  • How do we determine who has PTSD?
  • What exactly is MST?
  • How many women have suffered from MST and how can it affect their lives?
  • Is it possible for men to have MST?
  • What is the NCTSN?
  • What do the core components of trauma-focused interventions include?
  • Compared to men, women Veterans are more likely to be diagnosed with a Mental Health Disorder.

 

Note:  This is a 2-hour continuing education course.  The course is taught by the instructor with a PowerPoint presentation as a visual aid in video format.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz at the end of the course.  Upon completion of the course and passing the quiz, you will earn 2 CEUs.  A certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(Pace 12hr) The Modern Day Effects Of Stress From Homeostasis To Heart Disease with 2 Hours Record Keeping

OVERVIEW

Attendees will gain a better understanding of what stress really is and how to more effectively work with stress and how stress affects all aspects of a patient’s health. Properly recognizing and working with stress may be what is required for a quicker more complete healing to occur.

You’ll learn how stressors impact brain development altering brain function and structures making effective treatment vital for patients.

We’ll scientifically call into question many of the conventional views of the heart and heart disease. We start by exploring how many scientists have shown that the heart is not a very effective pressure-propulsion pump like we are taught in medical school. We further solidify this argument using the research of Dr. Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington which shows why we don’t really need the heart to be a true pump. We then relate these conclusions to conditions like Congestive Heart Failure, Raynauds Syndrome, and varicose veins.

The later part of the talk is focused on the real causes of heart attacks. The work of Dr. Giorgio Baroldi and Dr. Knut Sroka have shown us that a blockage or clot formation, what is typically thought to cause a heart attack, accounts for a very small percentage of heart attacks. Further, there has been lots of research showing that dietary saturated fat and cholesterol have no correlation with heart disease. This begs the question of what does cause heart attacks. The true cause happens when very specific conditions are met, but it ultimately lies in an imbalance in the function of our Autonomic Nervous System.

Objectives

  • Better understanding of the brain and nervous system as it deals with stress and how this may affect their hearts.
  • Recognition of common neurophysiological complications.
  • Develop a more solid understanding of neurotransmitters and hormones and nutrition and what you may do to help alter these more naturally.
  • Strategies that may be used for treatment to help your patients more effectively.
  • Better understanding why your treatment works, but sometimes doesn’t work.
  • Better forms of neurological interventions such as proprioceptive exercises and more specific adjusting styles for every patient you can immediately use in practice.
  • Record Keeping

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes at least 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz throughout the course.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(Pace 12hr) Neurophysiology of Stress With Two Hours of Record Keeping

 

Overview

Attendees will gain a better understanding of what stress really is and how to more effectively work with stress.  Participants will become knowledgeable in how stress affects all aspects of a patient’s health. Properly recognizing and working with stress could be what is required for a quicker and more complete healing to occur.

The course will enlighten you to the five stress types:  chemical, psychological, social physical, physiological, and why the current treatment model is not working.

Stress is responsible for the initiation, perpetuation, and exacerbation of over 70 health conditions. Attendees will learn how stressors impact brain development and even alter brain function and structure making effective treatment vital for patients.  The program covers how this all comes about, and what chiropractic can do to help.

Objectives

Improve the chiropractor’s ability to better evaluate, diagnose, and treat conditions associated with, or affected by, chronic and acute stress.

  • Better understand the damage stress causes in patients
  • Gain knowledge of how the brain interrupts a patient’s ability to be compliant therefore hindering the healing process
  • Understanding the importance of being interactive in your patient’s treatment of stress to enable better more complete healing, as well as providing hope for a medication free lifestyle for your patient’s future
  • Review specific types of exercise, nutritional programs and dietary programs that will benefit patients with stress-related conditions.
  • Learn practical adjusting styles and exercises
  • 2 Hours of Record Keeping Included

 

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz throughout the course.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 12 HR) The Modern Day Effects Of Stress From Homeostasis To Heart Disease

OVERVIEW

Attendees will gain a better understanding of what stress really is and how to more effectively work with stress and how stress affects all aspects of a patient’s health. Properly recognizing and working with stress may be what is required for a quicker more complete healing to occur.

You’ll learn how stressors impact brain development altering brain function and structures making effective treatment vital for patients.

We’ll scientifically call into question many of the conventional views of the heart and heart disease. We start by exploring how many scientists have shown that the heart is not a very effective pressure-propulsion pump like we are taught in medical school. We further solidify this argument using the research of Dr. Gerald Pollack of the University of Washington which shows why we don’t really need the heart to be a true pump. We then relate these conclusions to conditions like Congestive Heart Failure, Raynauds Syndrome, and varicose veins.

The later part of the talk is focused on the real causes of heart attacks. The work of Dr. Giorgio Baroldi and Dr. Knut Sroka have shown us that a blockage or clot formation, what is typically thought to cause a heart attack, accounts for a very small percentage of heart attacks. Further, there has been lots of research showing that dietary saturated fat and cholesterol have no correlation with heart disease. This begs the question of what does cause heart attacks. The true cause happens when very specific conditions are met, but it ultimately lies in an imbalance in the function of our Autonomic Nervous System.

Objectives

  • Better understanding of the brain and nervous system as it deals with stress and how this may affect their hearts.
  • Recognition of common neurophysiological complications.
  • Develop a more solid understanding of neurotransmitters and hormones and nutrition and what you may do to help alter these more naturally.
  • Strategies that may be used for treatment to help your patients more effectively.
  • Better understanding why your treatment works, but sometimes doesn’t work.
  • Better forms of neurological interventions such as proprioceptive exercises and more specific adjusting styles for every patient you can immediately use in practice.

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes at least 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz throughout the course.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(Pace 12 HR) Patient Management Through All Phases of Pregnancy With Techniques and Record Keeping

 

Overview

An insightful 12-hour presentation covering all phases of pregnancy and care options from a case/patient management aspect, including prior to becoming pregnant up through post-delivery.  Learn tried and proven effective management of pregnancy from preconception to post-natal care.  Certain muscles will naturally weaken throughout pregnancy effecting your patient’s ability to hold your adjustments, which can result in less than optimal benefits for you patient and their pregnancy.  In this course, you will learn how to avoid some common mistakes.  Learn the tools to adjust and acquire a better understanding of how to treat your pregnant patients as well as those wishing to have a baby in the future.  Nothing adds the same excitement to a practice like new patients do, especially those “born” into it!

Some of the topics covered in class include:

  • Early infant care
  • Possible complications from a neurological, nutritional and structural aspect with reference sources
  • Diet considerations and appropriate exercises from conditioning to post-delivery recovery
  • Fertility issues
  • Importance of pre-pregnancy planning
  • Importance of spousal participation
  • Adjustment techniques
  • Record Keeping

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a periodic short quiz.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

 

(PACE 12 HR) Patient Management through All Phases of Pregnancy W/ Techniques

 

Overview

An insightful 12-hour presentation covering all phases of pregnancy and care options from a case/patient management aspect, including prior to becoming pregnant up through post-delivery.  Learn tried and proven effective management of pregnancy from preconception to post-natal care.  Certain muscles will naturally weaken throughout pregnancy effecting your patient’s ability to hold your adjustments, which can result in less than optimal benefits for you patient and their pregnancy.  In this course, you will learn how to avoid some common mistakes.  Learn the tools to adjust and acquire a better understanding of how to treat your pregnant patients as well as those wishing to have a baby in the future.  Nothing adds the same excitement to a practice like new patients do, especially those “born” into it!

Some of the topics covered in class include:

  • Early infant care
  • Possible complications from a neurological, nutritional and structural aspect with reference sources
  • Diet considerations and appropriate exercises from conditioning to post-delivery recovery
  • Fertility issues
  • Importance of pre-pregnancy planning
  • Importance of spousal participation
  • Adjustment Techniques

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short, periodic quiz.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 12 HR) Patient Management of the Older Patient With Techniques and Record Keeping

 

Overview

This is a new 12-hour presentation covering phases of aging and care options from a case/patient management aspect.  In this class, we will cover adjusting styles for the entire spine, including protocols and safety issues related to caring for patients as they become older.  The aging population is larger in numbers than all other groups, and it will continue to grow. Expect to be equipped, empowered and have developed a more complete understanding of the aging experience.  The tools and skills presented in this course may help you to grow your practice with the older patient.

Some topics include:

  • Tools to take care of the older patient
  • Possible conditions, prevention of conditions associated to aging (examples:  fall prevention, arthritis and osteoporosis)
  • Treatment options from a medicolegal aspect
  • Practical approaches to chiropractic care that may benefit the older patient
  • Review of complications from a neurological, structural and nutritional aspect
  • Diet and appropriate exercises from conditioning to maintenance, including preventative types of exercises
  • Adjusting
  • Record Keeping

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  It includes two of the hours dedicated to Record Keeping.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz periodically.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 12 HR) Patient Management of the Older Patient W/ Techniques

 

Overview

This is a new 12-hour presentation covering phases of aging and care options from a case/patient management aspect.  In this class, we will cover adjusting styles for the entire spine, including protocols and safety issues related to caring for patients as they become older.  The aging population is larger in numbers than all other groups, and it will continue to grow. Expect to be equipped, empowered and have developed a more complete understanding of the aging experience.  The tools and skills presented in this course may help you to grow your practice with the older patient.

Some topics include:

  • Tools to take care of the older patient
  • Possible conditions, prevention of conditions associated to aging (examples:  fall prevention, arthritis and osteoporosis)
  • Treatment options from a medicolegal aspect
  • Practical approaches to chiropractic care that may benefit the older patient
  • Review of complications from a neurological, structural and nutritional aspect
  • Diet and appropriate exercises from conditioning to maintenance, including preventative types of exercises
  • Adjusting

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz after each lesson.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 12 HR) Neurophysiology of Stress With Adjusting & Exercise Protocols

 

Overview

Attendees will gain a better understanding of what stress really is and how to more effectively work with stress.  Participants will become knowledgeable in how stress affects all aspects of a patient’s health. Properly recognizing and working with stress could be what is required for a quicker and more complete healing to occur.

The course will enlighten you to the five stress types:  chemical, psychological, social physical, physiological, and why the current treatment model is not working.

Stress is responsible for the initiation, perpetuation, and exacerbation of over 70 health conditions. Attendees will learn how stressors impact brain development and even alter brain function and structure making effective treatment vital for patients.  The program covers how this all comes about, and what chiropractic can do to help.

Objectives

Improve the chiropractor’s ability to better evaluate, diagnose, and treat conditions associated with, or affected by, chronic and acute stress.

  • Better understand the damage stress causes in patients
  • Gain knowledge of how the brain interrupts a patient’s ability to be compliant therefore hindering the healing process
  • Understanding the importance of being interactive in your patient’s treatment of stress to enable better more complete healing, as well as providing hope for a medication free lifestyle for your patient’s future
  • Review specific types of exercise, nutritional programs and dietary programs that will benefit patients with stress-related conditions.
  • Learn practical adjusting styles and exercises

 

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz after each lesson.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

(PACE 12 HR) Managing Patients With Concussion & Their Related Findings

 

Overview

Each year in the United States, there are an estimated 1.6 to 3.8 million sports-related brain injuries; 136,000 of which occur in young athletes in the course of high school sports.  Understanding the signs and symptoms of SRC and appropriate return-to-play recommendations is imperative to the safety of all athletes and young athletes in particular.  Doctors treating patients with suspected concussion need to be aware of the limitations of standard neuroimaging technologies regarding diagnosis and prognosis of concussion and advances that have been made in the field.

This course will include:

  • Addressing clinical assessment and management
  • Deeper understanding of the role neurocognitive testing is in returning athletes to school and play
  • Rehab treatment including assessment and treatment of cervical injuries
  • Vestibular and vision problems in concussion
  • Other important topics related to all concussion

This is a 12-hour continuing education course.  Each lesson takes 50 minutes to complete.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz after each lesson.  Upon completion of all 12 lessons, you will earn 12 CEU’s and a certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

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