Dr. Charrette’s Biomechanical Testing & Treatment for the Active Patient
Instructor: Dr. Mark Charrette
12 hrs. DC CE available
This presentation will begin with the basic neurology of extremity adjusting. This will explain the benefit of primarily utilizing indicators to adjust extremity articulations as opposed to symptomatology. This will be covered by the concept of “The Noisy Joint”. Then, utilizing motion x-rays, and video demonstrations, the adjustments for the typical pronated foot will be taught. These adjustments include the navicular, cuboid, cuneiforms, talus, calcaneous, and fibular head. Next, the indicators, listings and adjustments for the knee will be presented. The wrist extension thrust technique will be covered in great detail so participants will be able to duplicate the results. Following the foot and knee, a targeted rehab exercise will be shown. The final portion of the seminar will consist of the indicator, adjustment and rehab exercise for the typical hip. This course will be presented in a workshop/hands-on deliberate practice format utilizing multiple repetitions.
You’ll leave with effective adjustments you can “use on Monday morning” that will increase the positive outcomes with your patients.
Advances in CTA Practice
Instructor: Dr. Brad Cole
6 hrs. CTA CE available
An interactive, multimedia learning experience. There will be a series of learning modules, integrating principles of CTA fundamentals, anatomy, physiology, patient safety, terminology, health information management and more within the scope of the CTA Clinical Resource Guide.