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Dr. Rosen, Dr. Watson
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Scoliosis Ancillary Adjusting Protocols and Home Care

Do you have patients with abnormal spinal curvatures that looking for non-invasive ways to manage and reduce these imbalances? In this 5-week course we will discuss the various types of scoliosis, their causes, evaluation protocols, measurement procedures and ancillary methods of adjusting and managing them.

The most common types of scoliosis include: Idiopathic Scoliosis, Congenital Scoliosis, Neuromuscular Scoliosis, Degenerative Scoliosis, Syndromic Scoliosis, Early-Onset Scoliosis (EOS).

Proper chiropractic care and additional ancillary protocols can often reduce, stabilize or resolve abnormal spinal curvatures like scoliosis.  In this course we will help you to better understand the mechanisms behind scoliosis development as well as procedures to facilitate normal bone growth and remodeling, often removing the need for more invasive protocols or surgery.

Regardless of your current technique paradigm, these procedures can be directly integrated into your current practice model.

Skills You Will Learn

✓ Determining whether you have a primary ascending or descending subluxation

✓ Balancing the sacral and occipital motions

✓ Correcting either/and primary sacral or occipital subluxations

✓ Uncover the primary dural subluxation in the thoracic or lumbar spine

Resources Provided

✓ Video class modules

✓ Evaluation & technique presentations

✓ Practical demonstrations

✓ Calls to action (CTAs)

✓ Live calls with instructor

✓ Interactive private Facebook group

✓ Complete PDF workbooks

✓ Email access to Dr. Rosen & Dr. Watson

Course Contents

5 Modules | 5 CTAs

Class 1 – Types of Scoliosis and Management

Class 2 – Scoliosis Evaluation and Adjustments

Class 3 – Scoliosis Management: Demonstrations

Class 4 – Scoliosis Blocking Procedures

Class 5 – Home Care Protocols

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