Arizona: November 12-Hour CE Seminar
November 3 @ 8:00 am - November 4 @ 8:00 am| $199.00
Chiropractic Philosophy, Efficacy and Technique With Record Keeping
12-Hours CE Seminar
The Arizona Association of Chiropractic will be hosting a Continuing Education seminar
On November 3-4, 2018, in Phoenix, AZ
Time: 8am-2pm Saturday, 8am-2pm Sunday
Instructor(s): David Bleiler, D.C., D.A.A.P.M.
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. The need for chiropractic is growing and, therefore, we will look at the safety and effectiveness, or efficacy of chiropractic. Since we are talking chiropractic we will also include several hours of technique. It is mandatory in Arizona for 2018 to take 2 hours of Record Keeping, which is included in this seminar.
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. We will cover some of what the more recent research says about efficacy. Four hours will be dedicated to technique. Attendees will leave with at least one new technique to add to their art form.
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
- 2 hours of Record Keeping
This is a 12-hour continuing education course. Upon completion of the seminar, you will receive a certificate to verify attendance of the 12-hour continuing education course. Notes will be emailed a week prior to the event. Event will be held at the Aaron’s Building, 4315 N. 12th St., St. 200, Phoenix, AZ 85014.