Praise for:
SPP2 Evaluation and Adjusting Protocols for the Pediatric Cranium

“I took this course because Dr. Bhogal recommended it as I wanted to take advanced classes in cranial work. This seminar was beautifully explained so we can understand it well enough to take specific concepts that can be put into practice right away. Love the explanation and hands on practice so it enters our brain and makes remembering easy.

I plan on implementing all of the cranial work for adults, babies and kids, I can already think of patients who have chronic fatigue, headaches, decreased sleep, chronic sinus and allergies that are going to benefit immensely from these techniques I have learned this weekend. Babies with tongue ties, latch issues and birth trauma will also be able to experience life changing healing.

Every chiropractor should take this course, especially if they want to make a difference in their community. I am honored and proud to be in this course because I just increased the amount of healing capacity I am able to offer to people who are looking for healing from within. This course has increased my level of understanding of the cranium and my confidence in working with it. I thank the doctors for their willingness to share their 40 years of experience and learning with us in an engaging and positive and fun way with much patience and love. Can’t wait for more learning with Peak Potential.”

Shalom Samuel

“As a new doc, I wanted to ensure the techniques I develop now are effective and intentional. Previously, I have not learned nor do I practice cranial work; however I know how important it is. The information and techniques taught has helped me to develop a strong baseline. The notes and workbook will help me to practice the techniques and to implement the skills overtime.

Diagnostically I plan to begin assessing the pediatric patients more thoroughly. Getting confident in the corrections will take time but I will begin to implement them over time.
Thank you so much for the immense amount of not only information, but care, time and passion towards helping us become better practitioners.”

Katie Bair

“I took this seminar to simply increase certainty, objectivity and skill, especially for more complex pediatric cases. My takeaways are that chiropractors are never done; there is no point of completion of mastery. There aren’t enough of us escaping comfort and complacency to adequately address the trauma and stress we are all exposed to.

I plan on implementing more SOT indicators to improve evaluations and progress tracking. I am already forced to notice and understand cranial distortion patterns, submitting to a lifetime of learning to objectively evaluate, correct and track progress there. Thank you both for everything!”

Dr. Barnett

“I took this seminar to learn how to serve pediatrics better who need cranial work and I heard this is the best of the best for cranial work. My takeaway is the specificity needed for different parts of the cranium. Each adjustment is specific which makes it more specific for the types of care little ones need.

I plan on implementing as much as possible. CSF Balancing is going to be a major emphasis on implementing into practice as fast as possible.”

Dylan Roy

“My takeaways from this weekend are all of the cranial adjusting techniques as well as what kind of service I should be offering my patients. I have learned how to analysis cranial subluxations by checking different indicators.

I am super grateful of having the privilege to start this early as a student and I am going to play with all the techniques before clinic to get myself ready. I want to be a SOT doctor so I will implement everything.”

Mo Chaoyang Qu

“I just want to thank you for last month’s pediatric cranial seminar. Cranial adjusting has been a cornerstone of my practice for 22 years out of the 23 years of private practice. What I learned last month enabled me to add new tools to my repertoire.

Today I was able to add some of those new tools to my cranial adjusting of a 52 year-old non-verbal quadriplegic female that I have been treating for the last 14 years. Due to the patient’s head injury that made her a quad from a MVI in 1986, intra oral contacts are not possible. The extra oral contacts I learned allowed me more options in working with her today. Patient is able to blink yes and no responses to questions. She blinked yes, her head felt better after each new move. We are excited to see what changes the new moves may bring”


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