April 7, 2011 — The 11th Annual Menier’s Disease and Trigeminal Neuralgia Seminar will be held June 18, 2011 at the Ventura County Medical Center.
The keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Burcon, of Grand Rapids, Mich., has presented his Meniere’s research to more than 1,000 doctors of chiropractic at his research institute; Sherman College of Chiropractic and Palmer College of Chiropractic; and more than 1,000 Ear, Nose, and Throat surgeons at Cleveland Clinic, the Prosper Meniere Society in Austria, and the International Symposium on Meniere’s Disease at the House Ear Institute, and the Kyoto International Convention Center in Japan.
Burcon specializes in upper cervical technique, and is the author of three peer-reviewed articles published on Meniere’s Disease. His latest research has shown some of the best clinical results of nonsurgical intervention to date.
Dr. Manuel Don, a principal researcher at the highly regarded House Ear Institute in Southern California, will be presenting on the neurologic intricacies of Meniere’s Disease, and the subtleties of diagnosis and treatment of this debilitating condition.
Don received his bachelors at Berkeley, his masters at the University of Arizona, and his PhD in hearing sciences at Stanford.
Dr. Thomas Forest, a nationally acclaimed upper cervical doctor and 1974 Palmer graduate who appeared in the feature film, The Power of Upper Cervical, specializes in the Blair Technique.
He brings years of experience with many difficult neurological cases, and is a certified instructor of hundreds of Blair Technique classes for field doctors and students alike.
Dr. Jedidiah Smith, a local Ventura, Calif. doctor specializing in upper cervical chiropractic techniques, will be hosting this event, along with the generous assistance of the Ventura County Medical Center. He currently works together with several medical doctors on neurological cases ranging from Meniere’s, tinnitus, chronic migraines, and vertigo.
Source: Meniere’s Disease Research, www.menieresresearch.com