June 11, 2015 — At The National, the Florida Chiropractic Association makes new DC assistance a primary focus.
Taking place August 27 through 30 in Orlando, Florida, the largest annual event in the chiropractic industry offers topics for business success with cutting-edge clinical skill building.
“All of us have experienced the challenges of starting practice,” says FCA President Jeff Bos, DC. “And now it is even more so. There are simple and effective ways to overcome the challenges in the current landscape, and the FCA is determined to help our future chiropractic leaders succeed.”
New practitioners and students who are FCA members (membership is free for students and DCs in their first year of licensure) receive free admission to The National, where they can mingle with 2,700 of their colleagues, including national leaders and the brightest educators in the chiropractic world.
“Right Start,” a track designed for new practitioners, features 14 of the top clinical speakers who provide tips from the trenches of their personal practice, helping new practitioners succeed right out of the gate.
Free lunch opportunities and a private VIP reception for students and new DCs allow them to interact personally with the “Right Start” presenters. A consortium of sponsoring vendors provides special new DC discounts for necessary equipment, services, and supplies. And attendees may enjoy raffle drawings, complimentary lunch, breaks, and other free food and drink opportunities that are built into The National experience.
In addition, attendees can participate in 120 clinical sessions, a complete business success motivational track, and browse 400 exhibits in the heart of Orlando’s tourism and shopping mecca.
At The National, you can rub elbows with the profession’s movers and shakers who are passionate about chiropractic. The learning and the networking can make a measurable difference in your ability to thrive in today’s healthcare marketplace.
Immerse yourself in this contagious energy and you’ll find the motivation to make changes that will propel you forward. Go to thenationalchiro.com for more details and to register online.
Source: Florida Chiropractic Association