SOT® Pediatric Practitioner (SPP)
|Date||April 10-11, 2021 | June 5-6, 2021 | September 11-12, 2021|
|April 10-11, 2021 | June 5-6, 2021 | September 11-12, 2021||SOT Pediatric Practitioner||Register for the entire series now|
|April 10-11, 2021||Evaluation and Adjusting Protocols for the Pediatric Spine||Register for SPP 1 now|
|June 5-6, 2021||Evaluation Adjusting Protocols for the Pediatric Cranium||Register for SPP 2 now|
|September 11-12, 2021||Clinical Integration||Register for SPP 3 now|
About the Series
Our commitment to the ART of chiropractic started in 1979, when we taught our first SOT® category seminar while still students. In 1998, I was asked to take the work of Major DeJarnette and organize a Pediatric Seminar based on his teachings. I taught this seminar for the first time in 1999.
In the SOT® world, there are two main certifications - proficiency in the categories and proficiency in cranial adjusting. It has been my intention to offer a SOT® pediatric certification for years. To that end we have put together a three 16-hour series that will bring the art of Sacro Occipital Technique® into one of the most comprehensive pediatric certification series available.
For those of you that have studied with us in the past and wanted to learn more, for those that have studies SOT® and wanted to go deeper or those that want to have the tools and techniques to offer the best to your families the time is now.
This three, 16-hour hands-on seminar series offers a complete pediatric spinal and cranial examination and adjusting model for the practitioner who wants to advance their pediatric adjusting skills and practice to the next level.
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- Natick, Massachusetts
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Register by March 12th to Receive Special Pricing
Doctors and Students: $1800.00
Registration Fee for the Entire Series After March 12th
Doctors and Students: $2100.00
Early Registration Fees For Individual Seminars
Please see each seminar's info page for early registration cut off dates.
Individual Seminars Fees After Early Registration Deadlines
Continuing Education Credit
CE Credits Request Fee: $50 per class. This fee is additional to seminar costs and is non-refundable.
The following states are currently approved for license renewal credits:
CO, CT, DE, ID, IL, IN, IA, MA, MD, MI, MS, MT, NE, NH, NJ, ND, NY, OR, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WA, WY, The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico
Above is the list of States we have applied for CE for the Rosen Pediatric Seminar Series. If you plan on attending, want CE credits and you need another state covered, please sign up 120 days in advance so we can apply. The excess cost of the approval application may be passed on to the attendee.
Included In This Series
Evaluation and Adjusting Protocols for the Pediatric Spine
This 16-hour seminar includes: rationale for pediatric care, growth and developmental milestones and their impact on the nervous system, pediatric examination procedures for infant to pre-teen and spinal adjusting protocols for the occiput, cervical, thoracic, lumbar spine and pelvis. Both low force/dural meningeal/tonal protocols as well as standard osseous corrective procedures will be taught.
Evaluation and Adjusting Protocols for the Pediatric Cranium
This 16-hour seminar includes: cranial anatomy and physiology as it relates to chiropractic cranial adjusting, cranial adjusting techniques for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) balancing, specific cranial bone corrective procedures, symptom specific applications of cranial techniques and dural torsion patterns including the falx cerebri, tentorium and sphenobasilar.
This 16-hour seminar includes: specific case management and integration of spinal, cranial and soft tissue adjusting techniques.
- Vagus nerve involvement
- Tongue-tie and palate evaluation and correction
- Pediatric TMD corrections
- Condition specific protocols including: autonomic nervous system imbalance, sensory and proprioceptive disorders, hyperactivity syndromes, immune system issues and others