December 19, 2014 — From nutrition and patient care to philosophy, clinic growth, and beyond, Parker Seminars is set to showcase the pulse of the chiropractic profession. With new speakers, course content, and a commitment to “Turn Up the Volume” of chiropractors worldwide, the next Parker Seminars Las Vegas will take place Jan. 29-31, 2015, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino.
“Chiropractors and their staffs count on Parker Seminars Las Vegas to be a one-stop-shop to discover what’s new and recharge their practices, and that’s an experience we are delivering this January,” said Mark Mandell, DC, executive director of Parker Professional. “We will loudly and proudly turn up the chiropractic volume at the Mandalay Bay and throughout the entire chiropractic profession.”
This Parker Las Vegas Seminar will be the first to feature affiliate partners—with 14 groups holding their own meetings or specific tracks—bringing together the most innovative names and businesses in chiropractic. Special courses include Thompson and SOT techniques, practice growth, marketing, coding, personal development, and practices in sports chiropractic. All courses may be registered for beforehand through ParkerSeminars.com or the Parker Seminars mobile application, which directly connects attendees with experts and promotes engagement with other attendees on-site and through social media.
Parker Seminars Las Vegas will feature a multitude of exhibitors showcasing technology products, patient care services, and clinic resources. Attendees can earn up to 20 hours of continuing education (CE) over the course of the three-day event, with 12 live hours and 8 bonus online CE hours following the event.
January’s Las Vegas seminar will include a diverse line-up of world class speakers, networking sessions, celebrations, and continuing education events that highlight emerging trends in chiropractic.
For more details on Parker Seminars Las Vegas or to register for the event visit, parkerseminars.com. Register by Dec. 19 to receive the early-bird discount.
Pictured: 2014 Parker Las Vegas Seminar attendees.
Source: Parker University