Join hundreds of doctors of chiropractic who will be gathering for Logan University’s Spring Symposium, scheduled April 30-May 3, 2020, in St. Louis. This year’s Symposium, “Leading the Way into 2020: Perfecting Solutions for Better Health Care,” is an opportunity for practicing DCs to assemble, learn and share knowledge about chiropractic and related professions.
The four-day event will feature 24 hours of continuing education and more than 20 chiropractic thought leaders and experts, including Dr. Richard Brown, DC, secretary-general of the World Federation of Chiropractic; Christine Goertz, DC, PhD, director of system development and coordination for Spine Health at Duke University; James Loomis Jr., MD, medical director for Barnard Medical Center in Washington, D.C., and Dennis Frerking, DC, director of clinical sciences for the Food Enzyme Institute.
“We are fortunate to have secured internationally-renowned and inspirational speakers who are addressing timely and relevant topics, like cannabinoids, adjusting techniques and soft tissue techniques, an overview of chiropractic around the globe, clinical and regulatory issues, and much more,” said Ralph Barrale, DC, Logan’s vice president of chiropractic and alumni relations.
Seminars and social events, including a chance to meet with exhibitors, will take place on Logan’s campus in Chesterfield and, new this year, at the historic St. Louis Union Station, a hotel, event space and attraction destination that recently completed a multi-year renovation.
Barrale said that as the Symposium’s attendance increases each year, Logan has had the opportunity to expand presentation space and add more exhibitors, allowing a change in venue. “The program will still have the familiar look of the Thursday event on campus in the Purser Center, and then kick into high gear at the fabulous St. Louis Union Station Hotel,” he said. “We look forward to helping attendees elevate their practices and providing opportunities to mingle with friends, colleagues and experts in health care both during the seminars and at social events.”
Registration and more information is available at logan.edu/symposium. Early bird rates are available through April 16.
About Logan University
Logan University is dedicated to creating health leaders of tomorrow by combining its strengths of world-class faculty, tailored curriculum, hands-on experience, and a vibrant campus community. Since 1935, Logan has remained grounded in chiropractic education — with the flagship Doctor of Chiropractic — and also offers doctorate, master’s and bachelor degrees online and on-campus. Logan is located on a sprawling 112-acre campus in Chesterfield, a western suburb of St. Louis. To learn more, visit logan.edu.