Total Credits: 12 including 6 CTA CE, 12 DC CE, 6 DC Boundaries/Ethics, 2 CTA/CXT Boundaries/Ethics
Dr. Charrette’s Biomechanical Testing & Treatment for the Active Patient
Instructor: Dr. Mark Charrette
12 hrs. DC CE available
Saturday, April 10: 8am-5pm ET Ι Sunday, April 11: 8am-12pm ET
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.
Sponsored by Foot Levelers
Advances in CTA Practice
Instructor: Dr. Brad Cole
6 hrs. CTA CE available
Saturday, April 10: 8am-3pm ET
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.
Plus, state-required boundaries, ethics and jurisprudence courses available for both DCs (6 hrs.) and CTAs/CXTs (2 hrs.)
|Dr. Charrette’s Biomechanical Testing & Treatment for the Active Patient (54.6 MB)||33 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Dr. Mark N. Charrette is a 1980 summa cum laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He is a frequent guest speaker at twelve chiropractic Colleges and has taught over 1,700 seminars worldwide on extremity adjusting, biomechanics and spinal adjusting techniques. His lively seminars emphasize a practical, hands-on approach.
Dr. Brad Cole explains:
“I was intrigued by the opportunity to provide relief to people in pain and success to those with a difficult athletic performance problem. Specializing in manual medicine allowed me to follow a patient’s care from initial diagnosis to resolution. Each patient and I partner to quickly achieve mutually-defined, sustainable therapy goals. I hope to give each patient the knowledge and skills to overcome their pain problem and regain as much function as possible. Every patient deserves an expert diagnosis and world-class, customized treatment. Not satisfied with blanket diagnoses and one-size-fits-all treatment recommendations, I persistently look for the most targeted, effective treatment for an individual’s specific needs.”
Tiffany Stevens has worked within the healthcare profession for over 25 years in a variety of capacities throughout her career including management, operations, membership, and marketing for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. She brings to her presentations a wealth of clinical knowledge, having served and managed several highly successful multi-doctor practices. She maintains her licenses as a Chiropractic X-ray Technician and Chiropractic Therapy Assistant (CTA), having played a major role in developing the current CTA certification and distance learning program. In 2010, she co-authored the textbook Chiropractic Therapy Assistant – A Clinical Resource Guide which is a nationally-recognized resource for the chiropractic paraprofessional.
Ms. Stevens has extensive association management experience. Early on in her career, she co-founded the Chiropractic Assistants of Tennessee and served on its Board for a number of years, including the position of President. She currently leads the TCA as Executive Director working with the Board of Directors to form goals and strategies shaping the future of chiropractic in Tennessee. Ms. Stevens directs the government affairs activities of the TCA, including lobbying for the chiropractic profession in TN and our nation’s capital. Prior to her current position, she served in the roles of Director of Member Services and Executive Vice President. Combining her dedication for the advancement of the chiropractic profession along with her interest in quality education, she continues to lecture on various components of the chiropractic practice and writes articles for local, state and national publications.
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