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Integrated Brain Therapy Seminar - October 13-14, 2018 Las Vegas, NV

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Integrated Brain Therapy Seminar - October 13-14, 2018 Las Vegas, NV

Event date: 10/13/2018 9:00 AM - 10/14/2018 9:00 AM Export event

Learn:
   Neurological based adjustments
   Receptor based therapies
   Master diagnosis and treatment of vertigo and balance issues
   Advanced treatment of conditions like headaches migraines concussions
   Evaluation and treatment of common movement disorders
   Nutritional advice for many neurological conditions

Expand your patient base by learning new proven strategies and protocols that will make you the go-to chiropractor in your area
   How to correct posture and it’s neurological implications
   An introduction to the eyes including brain-based and body-based therapies to improve function and enhance brain function    

InstructorDr. Peter Jaillet and Dr. Ian Horseman
About the InstructorDr. Ian Horseman is a Chiropractor of 23 years registered to practice with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario. He graduated with the degree of Doctorate of Chiropractic in 1993 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He currently owns and operates The Posture Clinic where we specialize in functional neurology, vestibular therapy, and postural correction as well as musculoskeletal andnervous system deficiencies. He has completed over 2700 hours ofPh.D. level neurology courses in traumatic brain injury and vestibularsystem therapies, specifically concussions, degenerative brain disease,headaches, balance and gait, vertigo and numerous brain based conditions. In the past, Dr. Ian has taught worldwide on the Pettibon postural correction protocols, scoliosis, and TMJ, and over the last 5 years teaching other professions Functional Neurology and concussion management all over Canada.
Subject BreakdownDifferential or physical diagnosis: 6 Evidence-based outcomes management: 6
Total Credits12.00
FormatIn person - Live
Course OutlineModule 1 Syllabus1.pdf
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