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Shoulder Complex and Ribs: Critical Components of Cervicothoracic Stability

Total Credits: 1 including 1 DC CE

Dr. Kevin M. Wong
Audio and Video


This course is designed to review key anatomy and movements of the thoracic spine shoulders and ribs. Dr. Wong will teach common conditions and patterns of subluxation in these body parts that frequently present in clinical practice. The importance of the shoulders and ribs to mid/upper thoracic and lower cervical spine stability will be expounded upon. 

You will learn how to analyze the patient, identify subluxation patterns, and render treatment that may include home and lifestyle care. It involves the comprehension of examination and adjusting procedures for the shoulder, ribs, and thoracic spine as well.

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Dr. Kevin M. Wong's Profile

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Dr. Kevin M. Wong is a 1996 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West. He graduated as Class Valedictorian with Clinical Excellence and Student Fellow Awards. He spent his first 4 years practicing as an Associate DC while teaching part-time at PCCW. He then established his own private practice with his wife, Dr. Isabel, which he continues to operate today.

He has been a practicing Chiropractor and Continuing Education Instructor for over 24 years. He has developed specialties in the feet, shoulders, and extremities but of course, loves treating the spine. Dr. Kevin’s private practice utilizes a variety of adjustive techniques and treating all age levels. His practice influences and evolves the course material he teaches Chiropractors, CA's and students.

Initially, Dr. Kevin’s teaching in Chiropractic began as adjunct faculty for PCCW. Then in 2004, Dr. Kevin joined the Foot Levelers Speakers Bureau. His program focuses on how the extremities of the body can affect the spine and whole-body stability. He is a frequently requested speaker on the topic of extremity/spinal adjusting, foot biomechanics, orthotics, and ergonomics and teaches over 120 hours per year in the U.S. and internationally. 

He frequently writes articles for Chiropractic Economics, The American Chiropractor, and Dynamic Chiropractic. Dr. Kevin practices full-time in the city of Orinda, located in the East San Francisco Bay Area. He lives in Walnut Creek, CA with his wife and his teenage son and daughter.