This weekend, I will be at SFO attending one of my favorite seminars presented by Dr. Malik Slosberg. I have found that this post-graduate seminar is always packed full of valuable information that helps me understand the biomechanics and physiology of chiropractic care.
The seminar reviews the very latest chiropractic research in a practical, yet inspiringway, so clinicians can integrate the newest information into daily practice and improvepatient compliance, education and outcomes
Attendees will learn: how to use the abundance of current information on adjustmentsand exercise to change the natural history of chronic problems; how to improve patientfunction, performance, satisfaction, self-efficacy, and neuromotor control; and how todocument patient progress using patient self-reports and objective physicalperformance tests. This dynamic presentation is filled with colorful computer graphics, illustrations and data charts that will captivate doctors’ attention.
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