Topics Include Billing and Coding, Technique, and Biomechanical Impact of Functional Orthotics
August 1, 2014 — Foot Levelers has finalized and announced its 2014 Fall Seminar schedule, a series highlighted by eight speakers, 29 locations throughout North America, and continuing education units (CEUs) from seven chiropractic colleges. The seminars cover a range of topics from billing and coding to extremity adjusting, from low back stabilization to imaging.
The seminar series is designed to support chiropractic professionals by providing informative, entertaining courses that also offer licensing credits.
Among this fall’s topics are Advanced Extremity Adjusting: Deliberate Practice Protocols by Mark Charrette, DC, The Kinetic Chain and Low Back Stabilization by Manuel Duarte, DC, and Biomechanics, Imaging, and the High School by DCs Terry Yochum and Tim Maggs.
Dar Griffeth, DC, also will also be presenting From the Ground Up, a review of how the feet can create postural distortions and the resulting effects on the biomechanics of the kinetic chain. He will discuss how functional orthotics, such as Foot Levelers Stabilizing Orthotics, correct those distortions to benefit patient care and outcomes.
Other speakers include Brian Jensen, DC, Jon Mulholland, DC, and Ken Murkowski, DC.
The Foot Levelers seminar series is a bi-annual event (spring and fall) that furthers the company’s long-standing support of the chiropractic community. Since its founding in 1952, Foot Levelers has been a cornerstone in chiropractic education and research. The company has initiated 37 clinical studies and trials and has been one of the largest financial supporters of chiropractic colleges and associations.
For a complete list of Foot Levelers 2014 Fall Seminars, visit FootLevelers.com/seminars.
Source: Foot Levelers