September 9, 2014 — From nutrition and patient care to philosophy, clinic growth, and beyond, the Parker Seminars Experience’s next Game Change event in DallasÂ is set to showcase the current pulse of health and wellness and help make you the best chiropractor you can be.
With leading speakers eager to share ideas about transforming practices and careers alike, the next gathering place for all who champion chiropractic care will take place Oct. 23-25 in Dallas, Texas. Over 1,200 attendees are expected, making this the third-largest chiropractic annual event.
“The Parker Seminars Experience has always been a platform for chiropractors to join together and share results, and attendees can expect that dynamic more than ever in Dallas, in Parker’s very own backyard,” Mark Mandell, DC, executive director of Parker Professional, said. “It’s set to be an incredible weekend of knowledge, technique, philosophy, networking, the greatest expo in health and wellness, and a few parties thrown in for good balance.”
Upon registration, Parker Seminars Experience attendees can register to earn up to 16 hours of continuing education (CE) in Dallas. This process allows attendees to make the absolute most out of their three-day experience. Additionally, Texas-licensed massage therapists can earn up to six hours of continuing education at the Parker Seminars Experience Dallas.
Attendees are encouraged to download the Parker Seminars Experience mobile app in anticipation of the seminar weekend. The app allows attendees to browse speaker biographies, schedule agendas in advance, and engage with other attendees on-site. Attendees may download the ‘app onto their iPhone or iPod Touch, currently available on the App Store. Android devices can download the app on Google Play. Attendees without Apple or Android devices can access the mobile-friendly Parker Seminars website at http://mobileroadie.com/m/seminars.
For more details on Parker Seminars Experience Dallas or to register for the event, visit www.parkerseminars.com. Attendees must register by Sept. 23 to receive the early-bird discount, worth up to $160 in savings.
Source: Parker University