Schedule

June 6th

4:00 pm
 – 7:00 pm
Registration: Early Badge Pick-Up
Registration Desk

June 7th

7:00 am
 – 6:30 pm
Registration: Badge Pick-Up
Registration Desk
8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Clinical Applications
CEDC
Modalities Redefined – Part I
Location TBA

This course is designed to help educate providers on the proper use and billing of modern-day modalities. In this course, you will learn correct procedures to help prevent misuse and potential legal ramifications from incorrect usage of modalities such as Shockwave, Ultrasound, Traction, Electrical Stimulation, and many others.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
Supercharge Your New Patient History
Location TBA

Many chiropractors often unknowingly take an inaccurate patient history. At the same time, patients complain that they aren’t heard and their doctor never listens. This, unfortunately, leads to patients stopping their care plan. The research indicates that both of these issues are from the same source. Join us to learn three simple fixes to prevent these issues from happening in your clinic.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
Supercharge Your New Patient History
Location TBA

Most low-back rehab protocols are ineffective, tedious, and outdated, yet current research indicates that a higher intensity of rehab is associated with more effective outcomes. Chiropractors in this course will learn how to implement safe, effective, and even FUN rehab for their patients.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Technique Insights
CEDC
Diversified Spinal Adjusting: A New Look – Part I
Location TBA

This 2-hour course covers the basic neurology, indicators, and adjustments for the cervicothoracic, thoracolumbar, mid-thoracic, lumbar, ilium, and transverse-rib (T3-T9) diversified spinal adjustments. This lively presentation will be presented in a workshop format.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Chiropractic Assistant Insights
CACE
A Year in the Life of a CA: An Event-Centered Practice
Location TBA

In this course we will go beyond the day-to-day processes and procedures of what happens within the walls of a chiropractic practice, and will focus on the most important reasons to consider including events on your practice calendar: building community, philanthropy, connect with like-minded businesses, patient recognition and making memories with coworkers and having a great time, where we will discover valuable insight into selecting events, planning and promoting events, equipment and décor recommendations, and doing it all without breaking the bank. The information will be presented in a fun, easy to follow 12-month calendar style to get you started immediately. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this two-hour lecture on how to have the most fun and productive year of your practice.

10:00 am
 – 10:30 am
Expo Break
Expo Hall
10:30 am
 – 11:30 am
Keynote
CACEDC
Mastering Patient Care: Effective Strategies for Complex Cases
Location TBA

This continuing education course is designed for chiropractors seeking to enhance their skills in managing challenging patient cases that fail to progress as expected. The course will focus on understanding and addressing musculoskeletal conditions, advanced diagnostic imaging techniques, and strategies for optimizing patient outcomes.

11:30 am
 – 12:30 pm
Lunch Break
Location TBA
12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Clinical Applications
CEDC
Modalities Redefined – Part II
Location TBA

This course is designed to help educate providers on the proper use and billing of modern-day modalities. In this course, you will learn correct procedures to help prevent misuse and potential legal ramifications from incorrect usage of modalities such as Shockwave, Ultrasound, Traction, Electrical Stimulation, and many others.

12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Technique Insights
CEDC
Diversified Spinal Adjusting: A New Look – Part II
Location TBA

This 2-hour course covers the basic neurology, indicators, and adjustments for the cervicothoracic, thoracolumbar, mid-thoracic, lumbar, ilium, and transverse-rib (T3-T9) diversified spinal adjustments. This lively presentation will be presented in a workshop format.

12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
Protect your Investment and Enhance your Adjusting
Location TBA

This two-hour in person course will discuss how we learn, move, adjust, and train to improve adjusting efficiency. New technology allows the objective measurement of force production and speed of a High-Velocity Low-Amplitude (HVLA) impulse. Combining this technology with human biomechanics provides opportunities to revisit a chiropractor’s approach to adjusting. The principles discussed will provide any chiropractor with applicable tools to harness their own power when delivering an HVLA adjustment.

12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Chiropractic Assistant Insights
CACE
Building an Exceptional Practice with a 5-Star Team
Location TBA

This course will focus first on the foundations of an efficient, effective, profitable, and automated practice, and secondly on strategic steps for building the best chiropractic practice in your city where patients stay, pay, and refer. We will discuss WHY it is so important for each department in your practice to work cohesively. We will also discuss roles and responsibilities in all areas of the business, from the front desk and clinical CAs to the billing department and Doctors. The second half of this class will consist of proven business strategies that will lay the foundation to build the a successful practice in your city. Dr. Tahir will discuss and workshop how to identify your specific niche and understand your ideal patient in order to draw new patients into your practice.

2:30 pm
 – 3:00 pm
Expo Break
Expo Hall
3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Technique Insights
CEDC
Diversified Spinal Adjusting: A New Look – Part III
Location TBA

This 2-hour course covers the basic neurology, indicators, and adjustments for the cervicothoracic, thoracolumbar, mid-thoracic, lumbar, ilium, and transverse-rib (T3-T9) diversified spinal adjustments. This lively presentation will be presented in a workshop format.

3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Clinical Applications
CEDC
Modalities Redefined – Part III
Location TBA

This course is designed to help educate providers on the proper use and billing of modern-day modalities. In this course, you will learn correct procedures to help prevent misuse and potential legal ramifications from incorrect usage of modalities such as Shockwave, Ultrasound, Traction, Electrical Stimulation, and many others.

3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Chiropractic Assistant Insights
CACE
The Power of Communication: Optimizing the Patient Experience
Location TBA

Delve into the power of communication and how it creates practice Success and Satisfaction. Whether you are a seasoned Chiropractic Assistant or brand new, this 2-hour presentation will help you to create and implement proper communication skills when working with patients.

3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
Don’t Misjudge Hypermobile Patient’s Upper Cervical Instability (CCI vs. AAI)
Location TBA

Attendees will be exposed to common findings in patients with atlanto-axial instability and craniocervical instability. Attendees will not only learn how to avoid missing these clues but will also learn the common symptom manifestations of these processes, exam findings to assist when ruling these in or out, and the proper studies to obtain. Lastly, the expected readings on these films and when to obtain neurosurgical consultation to avoid placing your patient at risk.

5:00 pm
 – 5:30 pm
Expo Break
Expo Hall
5:30 pm
 – 6:30 pm
Keynote
CACEDC
Eat to Beat Your Diet
Location TBA

This class introduces the surprising new science of weight loss, revealing healthy body fat can help you lose weight; your metabolism at 60 can be the same as when you were 20; yo-yo dieting can be good for your health; 8-hour fasting windows can be as effective as 12-hour fasting windows; and losing just a little bit of weight can have big impacts on your health.

June 8th

7:00 am
 – 6:30 pm
Registration: Badge Pick-Up
Registration Desk
8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Office Dynamics for CAs and DCs
CACE
Office Management for the Productive Team: Core Values – Part I
Location TBA

Teams will learn how to generate values that drive process by creating their own goal-based vision. We will discuss how your office culture impacts your team’s success in everything from employee performance to patient satisfaction. Over this two-hour course, teams will work on building a clear foundation that breaks the cycle of constant hiring by identifying core values, creating vision, and refining culture.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
The Testosterone Switch: Three Science Based Steps to Improve Musculoskeletal Health and Vitality
Location TBA

Chronic stress in otherwise healthy older men has been shown to contribute to a loss of musculoskeletal integrity, an increase in chronic aches and pain, and may contribute to imbalances in hormones within the normal range that trigger fatigue, tiredness, and loss of motivation/productivity. In this session, DC’s will learn how to direct staff and patients to mitigate the negative effects of chronic stress to improve musculoskeletal health and decrease chronic pain and explore both the fundamental mechanisms of glucocorticoid signaling and provide three lifestyle improvements that can serve to positively impact musculoskeletal health.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Clinical Applications
CEDC
Unlocking the Secrets of Injury: A Neurological Approach – Part I
Location TBA

Injuries often happen during simple movements like bending down or reaching. Our nervous system controls movement, and dysfunction can lead to injury. Ulrik will introduce a modern neurological model for understanding injuries, explaining how testing muscle strength and range of motion can reveal underlying issues. This approach offers practical tools for chiropractors of any style to create positive changes in their patients’ health.

8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Clinical Management
CEDC
Fostering Trust: Recognizing Red Flags for Patient Well-being – Part I
Location TBA

A crucial responsibility for chiropractors is to recognize and address risks linked with conditions needing thorough assessment and clinical oversight. Dr. James Demetrious will deliver a lecture focusing on the vital assessment of contraindications in chiropractic practice.

Interactive, grand rounds style learning opportunities will be presented utilizing actual clinical cases. Careful review of current evidence-based practices and appropriateness criteria will be combined with clinically intuitive rationales. Discussion topics will include salient historic assessments, vetted examination procedures, clinical reasoning, and more. Emphasis will be placed upon risk management and improving clinical outcomes.

10:00 am
 – 10:30 am
Expo Break
Expo Hall
10:30 am
 – 11:30 am
Keynote
Turning Obstacles into Triumphs: Insights from Stoic Leaders
Location TBA

In this talk, Ryan delves into the wisdom of history’s greatest figures and how they used obstacles as the steppingstones to success. From ancient philosophers to modern-day business leaders, he shares examples of how embracing the challenges that stand in our way can help us achieve our goals. He’ll show how to turn setbacks into opportunities, how to use adversity to your advantage, and how to find hidden opportunities in every obstacle. By the end of this talk, audiences will have a new perspective on the challenges they face and be equipped with practical strategies to overcome them. This talk is perfect for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and anyone looking to gain an edge in today’s competitive marketplace. It’s time to stop seeing obstacles as roadblocks and start seeing them as the path to success.

11:30 am
 – 12:30 pm
Lunch Break
Location TBA
12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Office Dynamics for CAs and DCs
CACE
Office Management for the Productive Team: Core Competencies – Part II
Location TBA

Your team is your greatest asset for growth and impact. This two-hour course will help you identify your office’s core competencies and encourage your team to expand on what makes you unique. We will discuss the first impressions of the office, communication strategies that work, and field-specific customer service. The course also includes breakouts to ensure the application of the material.

12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Clinical Applications
CEDC
Unlocking the Secrets of Injury: A Neurological Approach – Part II
Location TBA

Injuries often happen during simple movements like bending down or reaching. Our nervous system controls movement, and dysfunction can lead to injury. Ulrik will introduce a modern neurological model for understanding injuries, explaining how testing muscle strength and range of motion can reveal underlying issues. This approach offers practical tools for chiropractors of any style to create positive changes in their patients’ health.

12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Clinical Management
CEDC
Fostering Trust: Recognizing Red Flags for Patient Well-being – Part II
Location TBA

A crucial responsibility for chiropractors is to recognize and address risks linked with conditions needing thorough assessment and clinical oversight. Dr. James Demetrious will deliver a lecture focusing on the vital assessment of contraindications in chiropractic practice.

Interactive, grand rounds style learning opportunities will be presented utilizing actual clinical cases. Careful review of current evidence-based practices and appropriateness criteria will be combined with clinically intuitive rationales. Discussion topics will include salient historic assessments, vetted examination procedures, clinical reasoning, and more. Emphasis will be placed upon risk management and improving clinical outcomes.

12:30 pm
 – 2:30 pm
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
Unraveling Pain as a Metabolic Disease: The Three Simple Tests That Improve Clinical Outcomes
Location TBA

This 2-hr clinical journey will explore the emerging link between metabolic disease and chronic pain (i.e., OA, etc.) as well as the clinical tests and therapeutic strategies that most directly impact this condition. Literature reviews as well as clinical cases will be presented coupled with practical clinical strategies to assist learning. Overlapping comorbidities associated with these risk factors will also be explored. From there, novel integrative therapies and clinical pearls will be shared to help the provider improve outcomes and patient compliance with care.

2:30 pm
 – 3:00 pm
Expo Break
Expo Hall
3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Clinical Applications
CEDC
Unlocking the Secrets of Injury: A Neurological Approach – Part III
Location TBA

Injuries often happen during simple movements like bending down or reaching. Our nervous system controls movement, and dysfunction can lead to injury. Ulrik will introduce a modern neurological model for understanding injuries, explaining how testing muscle strength and range of motion can reveal underlying issues. This approach offers practical tools for chiropractors of any style to create positive changes in their patients’ health.

3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Doctor and Patient Insights
CEDC
Bulletproofing the Athletic Knee
Location TBA

This two-hour course will walk clinicians through many of the external and internal factors that may contribute to knee injuries in multi-planar athletes. We will cover topics like common mechanisms of injury, biomechanical limitations that may contribute to injury, assessments of risk factors, common exercise approaches that are used to address risk factor findings, and what exercise approaches are typically missing in an athlete’s preparation for their sport.

3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Clinical Management
CEDC
Fostering Trust: Recognizing Red Flags for Patient Well-being – Part III
Location TBA

A crucial responsibility for chiropractors is to recognize and address risks linked with conditions needing thorough assessment and clinical oversight. Dr. James Demetrious will deliver a lecture focusing on the vital assessment of contraindications in chiropractic practice.

Interactive, grand rounds style learning opportunities will be presented utilizing actual clinical cases. Careful review of current evidence-based practices and appropriateness criteria will be combined with clinically intuitive rationales. Discussion topics will include salient historic assessments, vetted examination procedures, clinical reasoning, and more. Emphasis will be placed upon risk management and improving clinical outcomes.

3:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Office Dynamics for CAs and DCs
CACE
Office Management for the Productive Team: Procedures and Meetings – Part III
Location TBA

Over this two-hour course, teams will work on specific procedures for a productive team and the efficient framework for meetings that create action in less time. We will discuss handling objections, office procedures for increased performance, and creating well-organized meetings, trainings, and huddles to better serve your community in less time.

5:00 pm
 – 5:30 pm
Expo Break
Expo Hall
5:30 pm
 – 6:30 pm
Keynote
CACEDC
The Gut-Brain Connection and What It Means for You
Location TBA

This class will explore the role of gut bacteria in synthesizing neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine, and others, and the impact of the CNS on gut motility, secretion of digestive enzymes, absorption of nutrients, and other essential gut functions, as well as how the GI tract affects mood, cognition, and memory, and the link between dysbiosis and neuropsychiatric disorders.

June 9th

7:00 am
 – 1:15 pm
Registration: Badge Pick-Up
Registration Desk
8:00 am
 – 10:00 am
Documentation and Florida Mandatory Hours
CEDCFLORIDA DC
Medical Errors
Location TBA

Dr. Friedman will discuss the various ways in which documentation oversights can lead to issues and what chiropractors can do to minimize these errors. Real-world case studies will be discussed regarding how to successfully navigate through the various documentation procedures.

10:00 am
 – 10:15 am
Break
Location TBA
10:15 am
 – 1:15 pm
Documentation and Florida Mandatory Hours
CACEFLORIDA DC
Risk Management and Florida Law
Location TBA

Don’t Risk It – Part I

This one-hour lecture helps Florida Chiropractors market their practice while following Florida Laws and Rules to minimize risk to both the chiropractor and the practice. Learn to promote your practice the right way.

Laws and Regulations for Florida – Part II

This course discusses the Florida motor vehicle no-fault law and helps chiropractors learn to be compliant with Florida laws and rules while teaching them to be successful at treating patients that have been in a recent car accident.

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