16 - Hour Pediatric Spinal and Cranial Adjusting Seminar
|Date||September 18-20, 2020|
Early Registration Seminar Fee
Register by July 31st, 2020
- Doctors $575 (USD) | Students $475
After July 31st, 2020
- Doctors $675 (USD) | Students $575
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, NJ, ND, OH, OR, RI, SC, TX, 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.
- Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport
- 6257 Airport Road
- Mississauga, ON L4V 1E4 Canada
- +1 905-678-1400
Hotel Registration Instructions
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This 16-hour comprehensive pediatric spinal and cranial adjusting seminar will cover a complete spinal and cranial examination for the pediatric patient. The examination format will allow the practitioner to determine: the major type of subluxation present – meningeal or structural, the predominant ascending or descending pattern and the primary area of neurological insult. In this way the practitioner will be able to determine the most effective adjusting procedure as well as the first area of the spine or cranium that needs to be addressed to deliver the most effective and efficient adjustment.
The adjusting protocols will cover full spine adjusting procedures including: atlas/axis dural stress patterns, the condylar system, thoracic and lumbar specific protocols, as well as sacrum and pelvic meningeal and structural techniques. Cranial adjusting protocols will include: cranial bone specific adjustments, condition specific preferred techniques, CSF directing procedures, sphenobasilar corrections, TMD growth and development patterns and intra and extra oral cranial techniques.
- Friday, September 18th: 2-6 PM (4 hours)
- Saturday, September 19th: 9-6 PM (8 hours)
- Sunday, September 20th: 9AM - 1 PM (4 hours)
About Dr. Rosen
For over 34 years, Dr. Martin Rosen has been at the forefront of chiropractic pediatrics and specifically pediatric craniopathy. He has written multiple books and research studies as well as run a successful family chiropractic practice. Dr. Rosen has dedicated his life and inspired thousands of others in the pursuit of excellence in the application in the art and science of chiropractic.
He is a 1981 summa cum laude graduate of Life Chiropractic College. Since 1982 Dr. Rosen has practiced in Wellesley, Massachusetts as a family and pediatric chiropractor. Over the past 34 years Dr. Rosen has taught pediatrics, craniopathy, SOT, practice management and chiropractic philosophy nationally and internationally to thousands of chiropractors and chiropractic students.
While lecturing and teaching to chiropractors and the public he has compiled thousands of hours of presentations on chiropractic technique, research and evidence based protocols. His unique approach to chiropractic and the care of the pediatric population is evidenced in his published books, DVDs and professional articles.
Currently, besides his own seminar programs, he is teaching for the International Pediatric Chiropractic Association (ICPA) as part of their advanced certification program. His books include the second edition of "Pediatric Chiropractic Care" released in July 2017. His educational DVDs are designed to assist the practitioner in learning beginning, intermediate and advanced spinal, cranial and soft tissue chiropractic adjusting techniques.
He is the past President of the SOTO-USA (Sacro Occipital Technique Organization – USA) and the chairman of its pediatric committee, chairman of the Sacro Occipital Technique Council of the Academy of Family Practice and the past chairman of the SORSI (Sacro Occipital Research Society International) research committee.
His articles have been published in The American Chiropractor, Dynamic Chiropractic, The Canadian Chiropractor, The Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, the SORSI Communicator and the SOTO-USA Dural Connection. He has also had numerous research articles published and accepted for presentation in the RAC-ACC, IRAPS, World Congress of LBPP, and SOTO-USA Research Conference. Dr. Rosen is a certified SOT, SORSI, and SOTO-USA instructor, practitioner and craniopath, a consulting member of the Committee for Chiropractic Practice, on the editorial board for The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic.