Instructor:
Dr. Rosen, Dr. Watson
Location:
Boston, MA
Enrollment Deadlines:
Early:
Closed
Regular:
7/15/24
Dates:
8/10/2024 – 8/11/2024

Mastering Common Challenges in the Pediatric Practice

At times in practice, we reach plateaus in our patient care procedures. How would you like the skills and knowledge to move your patient’s healing to the next level? In the pediatric practice, we see a variety of challenges that may need a more integrated approach.

In this seminar you will learn the most common subluxation, structural, neurological and soft tissue patterns commonly found with many of the issues we come across in our pediatric practices. Specific adjusting protocols and ancillary procedures are discussed, outlined, demonstrated and workshopped in this 16-hour hands-on seminar.

If you want to be able to work with and help some of the most challenging pediatric cases and become the go-to chiropractor in your community this seminar will be an invaluable tool to move you in that direction.

Skills You Will Learn

Patterns, adjusting protocols, and ancillary procedures for:

✓ Vagus nerve involvement

✓ Tongue-tie

✓ Rationale for pediatric care

✓ Plagiocephaly

✓ Pediatric TMJ issues

✓ Ear infections

✓ Abnormal palate development

✓ Nursing problems

✓ Digestive issues and Allergies

Resources Provided

✓ Hands-on training from Dr. Rosen and PPI team

✓ Evaluation & technique presentations

✓ Practical demonstrations

✓ One-on-one instruction with PPI teaching staff

✓ Connect with like-minded practitioners

✓ Q&As with Instructors

✓ Earn Continuing Education Credits ($50/seminar): CO, CT, DC, DE, IA, ID, IL, IN, MA, MD, MI, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OR, RI, SC, UT, VA, VT, WA, WY, Puerto Rico, Canadian Provinces (except AB). For other states, notify [email protected] 90 days prior to seminar date.

Locations

Hampton Inn Boston/Natick

319 Speen St, Natick, MA 01760

Meet the Instructors

As early as first quarter in chiropractic school they were attracted to each other’s commitment to chiropractic and the pursuit of excellence.  Their combined 80 years of personal and clinical and teaching experience, in delivering the chiropractic adjustment is unparalleled in the chiropractic profession.  Their international outreach through teaching, writing and lecturing has been a driving force in their personal and professional careers since their first seminar taught together as students, in 1979.

Their years of experience have taught them what works and what does not work to create a successful practice and lifestyle. The more competent and comprehensive your expertise you will find that more patients will seek your services and your practice will grow exponentially.

Feedback from Our Students


Testimonial: Peter Kevorkian, DC

“I wanted to improve my skills in caring for pediatric patients. I have done care of children and cranial work with patients over my 40 years in practice and wanted to become even better and more skilled in my technique.

My three takeaways:
1. Specificity in the process of evaluating and assessing the nervous system of the pediatric patient.
2. Specificity in the force application in the spine and cranium.
3. Reinforcement of my desire to strive for clinical excellence.

This program has made me a better chiropractor technically and increased my confidence to know I am improving the wellbeing of my patients.

In a number of patients that I felt had plateaued in their progress, what I learned from Dr. Rosen, allowed greater changes of improvement in the spine and cranium. Every chiropractor should take this course. It will only enhance their clinical skills.

Dr. Marty over-delivers. The content and support allows every chiropractor regardless of their skills, technique or experience to walk away with greater skill and ability to improve how they serve.

Thank you for your commitment to excellence and elevating the service of our profession.”


Testimonial: Dr. Pamela Stone

“I took this class series to learn even more about cranial work and pediatric adjusting. Though I’ve been in practice 23 years, there is always something new to learn, better ways to help patients, and so many ‘ah-ha’ moments.

Cranial work is very important to babies and we can really help these infants more if we are specific with our adjustments and communicate that to parents and other providers.

This program has just given me a bit more certainty and has helped when talking to others about pediatric cranial work and how it’s different from cranial sacral therapy.

Dr. Rosen is the guru in this area, and everyone can learn something to better help our patients. We always need to be open to learning more.

In-utero constraint and birth trauma is significant in our babies today. What may seem like a minor issue is really a major issue to a newborn/infant/child and we cannot overlook this.”


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