Registration: $497 before 11/13 $575 day of the event $297 student/faculty
Price includes admission to this seminar, copy of notes and CE verification letter for one (1) state. Additional CE verification letters are $50 per state *click here for CE Information by state
9 hour Advanced Muscle Palpation November 13 at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel CE Sponsored by Sherman College of Chiropractic Up to 9 hours of CE are available Due to the hands-on nature of the program, seating is limited to 28
This is an interactive hands-on seminar where you will gain tools and skills necessary to analyze the spine using advanced muscle palpation techniques. Attendees are asked to bring a portable adjusting table. Due to the hands-on nature of this seminar, seating is limited to 28 attendees. Upon completion of this 9 hour course attendees will gain the knowledge and skills to analyze for vertebral subluxation using Advanced Muscle Palpation. Attendees will learn a working system of analysis and the TouchPoint scan which they can incorporate into their practice and use in their practice Monday morning.
The following states are auto approved: Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, New Brunswick (CAN), Newfoundland (CAN), Ontario (CAN). DC Self**: Illinois, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, Oregon, British Columbia (CAN), Quebec (CAN).
Additional States CE Applied for: Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Alabama
**States listed as “DC Self” also means that no applications are sent to these states. DCs from these states must know their state Board of Chiropractic’s rules and what counts as CE in their state. They are responsible for self-reporting their hours. Attendees from a DC Self state must still indicate they need CE credit, and a verification letter must be issued by us before credit is given.
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