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ChiroXtrav 2020
Online Sessions

Online Distance Learning
Access Starts
September 29 2020 9:00 AM
All Sessions Must be Completed by
December 31 2020 11:59 PM

Full spine analysis as the gold standard assessment in Chiropractic
• Spine modeling studies evaluating ideal and average human alignment variables.
• Spine biomechanics studies analyzing loads, stress, and strains, posture modeling.
• Validity of clinical measurements and randomized trials evaluating clinical outcomes.
• Spinal neuromechanics – from basic science to best clinical practice in an evidence-based approach to corrective care of the vertebral subluxation complex.
DEBBIE CIRONE DC Examination of the pediatric patient
Identifying neurological delays and dysfunctions;
Identifying retained and immature reflexes;
Identifying mid-line defects in Children
MISTY BROWNING DC | Stress and Brian Function
• Review the nervous system and the chemical substances that are released in response to stress.
• Review the functional advantages of nervous system mediators and responses to stress.
FRANK VAUGHT DC | Principled Breakthrough
The psychobiological mechanisms of chiropractic analysis and treatment and the theories of aberrant spinal motion and segment dysfunction/subluxation.
The science and principles of the subluxation lesion, theoretic effects and mechanisms of adjustive therapy correction.
KENDRA BECKER DC | Conditions Caused By Over Comprised System Physiology
This course lecture will demonstrate how the body systems react to immunosuppressant conditions.
An advanced review of the causes, signs and symptoms of diseases of the major body systems.
Diagnostic procedures, usual treatment, prognosis, and prevention of immune-compromised results and reactions.
ED GIGLIOTTI DC | Upper Cervical Subluxation Assessment
To demonstrate the importance of objective clinical data collection in order to accurately assess where the subluxation is located.
Advanced review of the importance of the Atlas Subluxation Complex & upper cervical neurology
Differentiate between orthogonal vs. articular upper cervical models
ANDY HARDING DC | Chiropractic Right Time & Right Place
Physiological Consequences of Vertebral Subluxation;
Visceral physiology and the science of the chiropractic adjustment;
Physiological changes driven by the science.
The subluxation lesion, theoretic effects and mechanisms of pathophysiology health effects of spinal subluxation / dysfunction syndromes
PETER SULACK DC | The ‘Stress Neuro-Symphony’ Anatomy • An improved understanding of how the nervous system can balance its functional status through current therapeutic interventions of specific chiropractic adjustments.
• Advanced discussion on the complexity of stress neuro-symphony dysfunction and a, review of the multiple components that can be deranged, leading to stress-related disorders including depression and anxiety
SELINA SIGAFOOSE-JACKSON DC | The Principles of Chiropractic
• The discussion will include the clinical application and considerations for understanding the healing process.
• Advanced review of the action of science and matter and its implications to a procession of events, a continuity, of the triune of the Chiropractic tenants as an important element.
• Postgraduate review of the functional bond between intelligence and matter must be understood for consideration in patient care plans
DAVID FLETCHER DC Review of Spinal-Neuroanatomical connections
• Introducing the parameters of spinal wellness, Lifestyle stress modification and brain-based care modelling
• Principles of adaptability in a neuro-vitalistic context
• Introduction of the origins of a sympathetic dominant state
• Structure-function interplay at the spinal neural level
DAN SULLIVAN DC | Brain-Body Subluxation Science
The validation and scientific evidence of the brain-body subluxation and its relationship to the abnormal structure that leads to abnormal neurological function. Concepts and theories of subluxation, including:
Mechanisms of production and dysfunction;
Central versus peripheral neurologic effects;
Spinal and related structural dis-relationships;
Neuromusculoskeletal and visceral dysfunction
CATHY WENDLAND-COLBY DC | Chiropractic clinical considerations
• Objective clinical findings and their resultant impact on clinical care plan
• Explanation of tests and need for X-rays or further evaluation.
• Review of patient treatment options – treatment plans.
• Assessment comparison of subjective and objective factors to allow the scrutiny of practice standards for the best clinical practice model of patient care and clinical standards of care
BRAD GLOWAKI DC | Cause and effects of vertebral subluxation complex
• The effects of altered spinal mechanics on the tissues of the body,
• The effects of altered spinal mechanics on the central nervous system,
• The mechanism of visceral and somatic symptoms and dysfunctions related to subluxation.
STUART HOFFMAN DC | Vertebral artery clinical picture and the cervical spine
The lecturer will discuss the following for the integrated clinical education of the Doctor of Chiropractic:
• Dysphagia, dysarthria, diplopia, drop attacks and nystagmus symptoms in the presence of neck pain;
• Dizziness, nausea, numbness and ataxia symptoms in the presence of neck pain.
• Clinical referral criteria
• Clinical informed consent
front desk procedures to improve office flow, increase
referral opportunities, build confidence, and more!

CE Credits
Continuing Education Credits Facilitated by Life University & ICA

CE Credits Approved up to 15.5
Approved: CA |CT | DE |DC | FL | GA | ID| IL | IA| IN | KS | MA | ME | MD | MI | MS | NC | ND | NH | NJ | NY | PA | RI | SC |VT  |VA | ON Canada


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