Schedule

June 9th

4:00 pm
 – 7:00 pm
Early Badge Pickup
Seminar Registration Desk

Avoid the crowd and pick up your Parker Seminars’ name badge early.

June 10th

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Pediatric
CEDC
Post Birth Infant Exam and Treatment
Sun Ballroom A

This one hour lecture will discuss the fundamental impacts of the birthing process on a newborn, it will include evaluation and treatment of birth related injuries and symptoms in newborns. This will include a history of the pregnancy, labor and delivery as well as physical examination. The presentation will cover newborn injuries related to uncomplicated births, traumatic births and cesarean births. Treatment, case management, referrals and imaging. 

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Business Growth
CEDC
Clinic/Gym Hybrid Advanced Rehab & Active Care Part I
Sun Ballroom C

This course presents a systematic approach to rehabilitation by first creating an organizational structure for the advanced rehabilitation of patients in a musculoskeletal setting. Multiple exercise and rehabilitation strategies will be taught and each participant will perform each one. These approaches will be enhanced by overlaying the current peer reviewed research surrounding intensity and patient communication. Following this course, each participant should be able to construct a systematic, progressing rehabilitation plan for every patient in pain, and will be able to harness their psychological advantages to increase compliance and the effectiveness of care. 

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Clarifying the Role of Dietary Fats in a Sea of Misinformation and Confusion
Sun Ballroom D
  • Describe the evolution of good vs. bad dietary fats 
  • Explain the role of dietary fats 
  • Understand current dietary trends 
  • Describe the consequences of too much dietary fat
  • Choosing fats wisely • Utilizing fats appropriately
8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Principles of Neurorehabilitation: A Case-Based Interactive Presentation Part I
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

This is a five-hour presentation providing an up-to-date overview of cutting-edge neurorehabilitation diagnostics and therapeutic strategies. As a foundation, we will review relevant anatomy and physiology of eye movements and vestibular function. These two key components are essential for the clinician to master to properly evaluate and design an efficacious therapeutic plan. The majority of the session will be case-based presentations from a state-of-the-art neurorehabilitation facility. The presentation is a small group venue with an emphasis on interactive discussion of case management by participants encouraged and facilitated by the presenters. 

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Chiropractic Assistants
CACE
What Your Doctor Wishes You Knew: How Rockstar Teams Initiate, Communicate, and Deliver Part I
Tallahassee

This one-hour course will discuss the foundations of our chiropractic history and philosophy as to how it pertains to our daily practice. Teams will get an understanding of the importance of knowing this foundation and the effect it can have on the meaning of their job and their patients care.

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Documentation
CEDC
Documentation of Treatment Part I
Miami

In this two-hour presentation, Dr. Gregg Friedman will explain the documentation requirements for history taking and exam, including a discussion as to what the exam is actually for and what it’s not for.  You will also learn the one thing you MUST do at the beginning of care for each patient that will help you blow past several documentation requirements and help establish your value with your patients. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Moving Past Pain Care: Improving Function and Performance
Sun Ballroom D

How to increase patient motivation, improve function and performance, and maximize results through integration of active care strategies. Keep patients moving and active in the activities that they enjoy the most through baseline needs analysis, functional assessment, and identification of the ideal course of treatment that will get them achieving their goals as fast as possible. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Principles of Neurorehabilitation: A Case-Based Interactive Presentation Part II
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

This is a five-hour presentation providing an up-to-date overview of cutting-edge neurorehabilitation diagnostics and therapeutic strategies. As a foundation, we will review relevant anatomy and physiology of eye movements and vestibular function. These two key components are essential for the clinician to master to properly evaluate and design an efficacious therapeutic plan. The majority of the session will be case-based presentations from a state-of-the-art neurorehabilitation facility. The presentation is a small group venue with an emphasis on interactive discussion of case management by participants encouraged and facilitated by the presenters. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Chiropractic Assistants
CACE
What Your Doctor Wishes You Knew: How Rockstar Teams Initiate, Communicate, and Deliver Part II
Tallahassee

This one-hour course will demonstrate the importance of understanding how critical the team is to your success based on your offices core competencies. We will discuss the initial perception of the office, specific communication strategies, and breakouts to ensure the application of the material. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Documentation
CEDC
Documentation of Treatment Part II
Miami

In this two-hour presentation, Dr. Gregg Friedman will explain the documentation requirements for history taking and exam, including a discussion as to what the exam is actually for and what it’s not for.  You will also learn the one thing you MUST do at the beginning of care for each patient that will help you blow past several documentation requirements and help establish your value with your patients. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Pediatric
CEDC
Pelvic Adjusting: Pregnancy, Postpartum, Pediatric Part I
Sun Ballroom A

Learn the most effective ways of assessing and addressing the pelvis in your most dynamically changing patients. Biomechanically advantageous palpation and adjusting techniques will be demonstrated in order to ensure both patient and doctor comfort. Learn the appropriate adaptations for hormonal and biomechanical changes related to pregnancy and postpartum as well as age- and size-related variations for the smallest patients.  Part 1 Learning Objectives: Landmarks & Biomechanics of the Pelvis in Development, Gait, and Labor.

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Business Growth
CEDC
Clinic/Gym Hybrid Advanced Rehab & Active Care Part II
Sun Ballroom C

This course presents a systematic approach to rehabilitation by first creating an organizational structure for the advanced rehabilitation of patients in a musculoskeletal setting. Multiple exercise and rehabilitation strategies will be taught and each participant will perform each one. These approaches will be enhanced by overlaying the current peer reviewed research surrounding intensity and patient communication. Following this course, each participant should be able to construct a systematic, progressing rehabilitation plan for every patient in pain, and will be able to harness their psychological advantages to increase compliance and the effectiveness of care. 

11:00 am
 – 12:30 pm
Keynote
CACEDC
The Science of the Adjustment
Sun Ballroom A

The chiropractic adjustment is the unifying foundation of the chiropractic profession. It is what patients associate with a chiropractic treatment and is what many in the profession believe provides our unique niche in healthcare.

Dr. Morgan will explore some of the commonly held beliefs about the adjustment, as well as what the current evidence tells us about how the adjustment affects the body. He will drive home his points with clinical cases and real-world experience.

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Pediatric
CEDC
Pelvic Adjusting: Pregnancy, Postpartum, Pediatric Part II
Sun Ballroom A

Learn the most effective ways of assessing and addressing the pelvis in your most dynamically changing patients. Biomechanically advantageous palpation and adjusting techniques will be demonstrated in order to ensure both patient and doctor comfort. Learn the appropriate adaptations for hormonal and biomechanical changes related to pregnancy and postpartum as well as age- and size-related variations for the smallest patients.  Part 1 Learning Objectives: Landmarks & Biomechanics of the Pelvis in Development, Gait, and Labor.

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Principles of Neurorehabilitation: A Case-Based Interactive Presentation Part III
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

This is a five-hour presentation providing an up-to-date overview of cutting-edge neurorehabilitation diagnostics and therapeutic strategies. As a foundation, we will review relevant anatomy and physiology of eye movements and vestibular function. These two key components are essential for the clinician to master to properly evaluate and design an efficacious therapeutic plan. The majority of the session will be case-based presentations from a state-of-the-art neurorehabilitation facility. The presentation is a small group venue with an emphasis on interactive discussion of case management by participants encouraged and facilitated by the presenters. 

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Chiropractic Assistants
CACE
What Your Doctor Wishes You Knew: How Rockstar Teams Initiate, Communicate, and Deliver Part III
Tallahassee

Teams will understand how to define their core values, create their vision to reach their goals, and the impact that their culture has on success. Over this two-hour course, an emphasis will be on leading a team to reach their greatness through a clearly defined foundation and breaking the cycle of consistently hiring new employees. Teams will begin working through their core values, creating their vision, defining their goals, and refining their culture for success. 

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Documentation
CEDC
Documentation of Treatment Part III
Miami
  • Illustrate documentation of subjective complaints and wellness care
  • Discuss proper documentation of imaging findings and diagnoses
  • Demonstrate documentation of treatment provided
  • Illustrate appropriate documentation of treatment goals
  • Discuss documentation of subjective complaints and wellness care for subsequent visits
  • Illustrate 3 vital signs that can be measured on documented in a post-Covid world
  • Demonstrate proper documentation of daily objective findings
  • Discuss proper documentation of the 3 parts of the Assessment
  • Illustrate documentation that justifies CMT
  • Illustrate documentation that justifies passive modalities
  • Demonstrate documentation that justifies active rehab
  • Discuss documentation of goals and treatment plan for subsequent visits 
1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Motion Palpation Systems and Integration
Sun Ballroom D

This course will provide a systematic approach to motion palpation and the integration of functional screening into your initial and follow up examinations.  

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Business Growth
CEDC
Address Chronic Stress To Transform Your Practice
Sun Ballroom C

Chronic stress causes muscle atrophy, accelerates sarcopenia, shortens telomeres, and may cause imbalances in core hormones triggering fatigue, tiredness, and loss of motivation/productivity in otherwise healthy adults. In this session, DC’s will learn how to direct staff and patients to mitigate the negative effects of chronic stress while improving musculoskeletal integrity and decreasing chronic pain. This session will explore both the fundamental mechanisms of glucocorticoid signaling as well as the mechanisms of glucocorticoid-induced muscle atrophy.  

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Pediatric
CEDC
Pelvic Adjusting: Pregnancy, Postpartum, Pediatric Part III
Sun Ballroom A

Learn the most effective ways of assessing and addressing the pelvis in your most dynamically changing patients. Biomechanically advantageous palpation and adjusting techniques will be demonstrated in order to ensure both patient and doctor comfort. Learn the appropriate adaptations for hormonal and biomechanical changes related to pregnancy and postpartum as well as age- and size-related variations for the smallest patients.  Part 1 Learning Objectives: Landmarks & Biomechanics of the Pelvis in Development, Gait, and Labor.

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Business Growth
CEDC
Exponential Practice Growth with Modern Marketing
Sun Ballroom C

The key process of transforming your practice into a destination of high-value patients who become raving fans is by positioning yourself as the expert in your community. Strategic content marketing will exponentially grow your practice and help you avoid the cash flow crunch.

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Principles of Neurorehabilitation: A Case-Based Interactive Presentation Part IV
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

This is a five-hour presentation providing an up-to-date overview of cutting-edge neurorehabilitation diagnostics and therapeutic strategies. As a foundation, we will review relevant anatomy and physiology of eye movements and vestibular function. These two key components are essential for the clinician to master to properly evaluate and design an efficacious therapeutic plan. The majority of the session will be case-based presentations from a state-of-the-art neurorehabilitation facility. The presentation is a small group venue with an emphasis on interactive discussion of case management by participants encouraged and facilitated by the presenters. 

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Chiropractic Assistants
CACE
What Your Doctor Wishes You Knew: How Rockstar Teams Initiate, Communicate, and Deliver Part IV
Tallahassee

In this one-hour course, we will be discussing the strategies for building and supporting the greatest asset for growth and impact.  

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Documentation
CEDC
Documentation of Treatment Part IV
Miami
  • Illustrate documentation of subjective complaints and wellness care
  • Discuss proper documentation of imaging findings and diagnoses
  • Demonstrate documentation of treatment provided
  • Illustrate appropriate documentation of treatment goals
  • Discuss documentation of subjective complaints and wellness care for subsequent visits
  • Illustrate 3 vital signs that can be measured on documented in a post-Covid world
  • Demonstrate proper documentation of daily objective findings
  • Discuss proper documentation of the 3 parts of the Assessment
  • Illustrate documentation that justifies CMT
  • Illustrate documentation that justifies passive modalities
  • Demonstrate documentation that justifies active rehab
  • Discuss documentation of goals and treatment plan for subsequent visits 
4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Cognition, Eye Movement, and Reaction Time
Sun Ballroom D

At Synapse Human Performance center, we confront numerous complicated cases, many of which exhibit signs and symptoms of visual dysfunction. We incorporate training and protocols designed to target and improve these processes. Cognitive-visual training is the enhancement of several aspects of visual function with integrated activities which combine to influence reaction speed, decision making and faster processing of our environment. This is applicable to a range of presentations from post concussive syndromes and their sequelae to somatosensory recovery after a musculoskeletal injury. From low cost to high tech, the visual system can be trained to maximize visual function, performance, and quality of life. In this emerging discipline which has been termed neuro-visual performance, we will discuss how to perform baseline assessments, prepare training programs and rehabilitative techniques based on our understanding of the science. 

5:30 pm
 – 6:30 pm
Keynote
5 Shark Points: Fundamentals for Success in Business and Life
Sun Ballroom A

Daymond John has been a phenomenally successful business person for over 25 years. Along his entrepreneurial journey, through his many successes as well as failures, he has learned a few things about getting the best out of business and life. He believes the keys to his success include establishing the right mindset and following a few fundamental principles, which he calls his five “S.H.A.R.K points.” Get ready! Daymond John is going to share his unique goal-setting and achievement strategies, which will empower audience members to make positive changes in every aspect of their lives. 

June 11th

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Pediatric
CEDC
Rehab Approach to Postpartum Care: Diving Into a Discussion of the Appropriate Rehab for a Woman in Her Postpartum Recovery Part I
Sun Ballroom A

Treating postpartum women is complex with all the changes their body has gone through during pregnancy, birth, and the transition into motherhood. Adjustments are a great tool for this population, but we can support women even more in their recovery through rehab.  

Learn how to best support women postpartum by learning how to help them rehab and return to fitness.  

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Business Growth
CEDC
The True Value in Hiring or Becoming a Chiropractic Associate
Sun Ballroom C

This one hour lecture will discuss the associate position in a chiropractic practice. This will cover a review of employment types/options for chiropractors, how an associateship can and should create value for both associates and employers. Furthermore, how both parties can benefit from a well executed associate contract and form a long term mutually beneficial relationship. Additional discussion will focus on associate red flags, contracts, responsibilities for both parties and time for Q and A. 

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Boot Camp for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Part I
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

  • Understand the etiology, pathoanatomy and pathophysiology of LSS
  • Understand the prevalence and burden of disease in symptomatic LSS 
  • Understand the key features of the history and physical examination for patients presenting with back/lower extremity symptoms impacting walking and standing ability
  • Know common differential diagnoses for neurogenic claudication due to lumbar spinal stenosis
  • Know how to differentiate each of the diagnosesknow red flags for potential serious disease among patients who present with back/lower extremity symptoms 
  • Know the role of imaging for assessing patients with back/lower extremity symptoms impacting walking ability
  • Know when to recommend a surgical consult/epidural injection
  • Know potential effective non-surgical treatments for neurogenic claudication
8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Chiropractic Assistants
CACE
The Why & How of Proper Scripting Part I
Tallahassee

This workshop will focus on systems and procedures that will guide the CA to master the basics. 

We will walk you through different Practice Scripts and will get the attendees involved with role playing, strategizing and learning :the “What to Say When”. You will return Monday morning with more knowledge and confidence then you ever thought possible.   

This course is designed to explain WHY your entire team needs scripting in all aspects of your practice AND then explore HOW to create the scripts that will be unique to your own practice. 

8:00 am
 – 9:00 am
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Expand Your Practice Through Understanding ACL Injury Risk
Sun Ballroom D

This one-hour presentation will provide in depth information and research on the contributing factors that result in non-contact ACL injuries in athletes. This presentation will include an anatomical review, biomechanics review, contributing anatomical structural features that increase risk, forces and movements applied that result in the non-contact injury, the functional assessment tools e for determining if an athlete will be at a higher risk, and the evidence-based, basic components of a pre-habilitation program. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Pediatric
CEDC
Rehab Approach to Postpartum Care: Diving Into a Discussion of the Appropriate Rehab for a Woman in Her Postpartum Recovery Part II
Sun Ballroom A

Treating postpartum women is complex with all the changes their body has gone through during pregnancy, birth, and the transition into motherhood. Adjustments are a great tool for this population, but we can support women even more in their recovery through rehab.  

Learn how to best support women postpartum by learning how to help them rehab and return to fitness.  

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Business Growth
CEDC
The Science and Communication Behind an Over 90% New Patient Start
Sun Ballroom C

Inside the mind of a patient starting care. When DCs understand how to communicate what the new patient cares most about, then the patient starts to see how the DC is the answer to solving their problem. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Musculoskeletal Pain, A Multi-Modal Approach Part I
Sun Ballroom D

A 4 hour discussion on how to integrated a variety of approaches into one treatment model.  Current research continues to tell us that a multi-modal approach is the gold standard for musculoskeletal treatment.  More specifically, we can have a greater impact on pains syndromes and the results are more likely to be sustained when a combination of modalities are used.  The four pillars to be discussed will be Manipulation (MPI), Stabilization (DNS),  MDT (Mckenzie), and Neuro-dynamics  (Shacklock).  Historically, chiropractors suffer on when to use these different techniques in the most efficient way and how to use them together in a given treatment session.  Current evidence in these  modalities will be presented.  Most importantly, the ability of the chiropractor to classify their patients is paramount and guides this process. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Boot Camp for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Part II
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

  • Understand the chronic disease model of care and management   
  • Understand the role of patient self-management and self-monitoring  
  • Learn how to monitor patient outcomes and instruct on patient self-management  
  • Learn results from clinical trials on the Boot Camp Program for LSS 
  • Learn the recommendations from recent clinical practice guidelines on LSS 
  • Learn key motivational factors in managing elder patients with LSS 
  • Understand the key elements of Boot Camp Program for LSS 
  • Learn how to enroll patients into the Boot Camp Program 
9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Chiropractic Assistants
CACE
The Why & How of Proper Scripting Part II
Tallahassee

This workshop will focus on systems and procedures that will guide the CA to master the basics. 

We will walk you through different Practice Scripts and will get the attendees involved with role playing, strategizing and learning :the “What to Say When”. You will return Monday morning with more knowledge and confidence then you ever thought possible.   

This course is designed to explain WHY your entire team needs scripting in all aspects of your practice AND then explore HOW to create the scripts that will be unique to your own practice. 

9:30 am
 – 10:30 am
Technology Spotlight
CEDC
Low-Level Laser Therapy – The Light of The Future For Chiropractic Doctors
Miami

This course will outline current research and clinical applications of low-level laser therapy for the Chiropractic practitioner, and how this exciting technology can be used in a variety of conditions and practice specialties.

11:00 am
 – 12:30 pm
Keynote
CACEDC
Impulse Control: Making Your Brain Work for You
Sun Ballroom A

Can we learn to control our impulses before they control us? Even more importantly: can we learn to let them flow when it really matters? Countless years of life are lost and countless chances at happiness are missed because of our unhealthy relationship with impulses, which we tend to control too little (e.g., addiction and explosive anger) or too much (e.g., repression and anxiety). Understanding the underlying mechanisms of impulse control can give you the potential to live a happier, healthier, and more fulfilled life. Neuroscientist Dr. Heather Berlin and her colleagues have been illuminating these mechanisms for years, including the surprising positive effects of losing control at the right time and in the right place. Some domains of human experience, such as meditation, improvisation, and therapy under certain psychoactive drugs, offer controlled circumstances under which losing control provides overwhelming and repeatable benefits to human well-being. By understanding these dynamics that are already at play in you, you can master the fine art of losing control and gaining it back, learn to adjust your impulse control settings at will, and make your brain work for you. 

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Pediatric
CEDC
Tied Up: Improving Health Outcomes for Babies with Proper Assessment and Treatment of Tongue Ties
Sun Ballroom A

Learn the symptoms associated with tethered oral tissues, how to assess for ties, treatment options, and rehab care to improve infant feeding.  

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Business Growth
CEDC
Lumbar Stenosis: Learn How to Understand and Treat the Millions of Patients Seeking Care for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Sun Ballroom C

The attendee will be able to understand the multifactorial mechanisms which contribute to creating a central canal spinal stenosis. This course will uncover the subjective presentation, physical findings, and appearance on MRI of a patient with lumbar central canal stenosis. After completing this course of instruction, the attendee will understand the nuances of lumbar central canal stenosis and should feel confident in identifying and offering conservative care to patients with this malady.  This course will attempt to present the most up-to-date research regarding lumbar stenosis. The attendee will also learn ways to refer to another healthcare professional, how to treat based on diagnosis and symptoms.  

 

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Musculoskeletal Pain, A Multi-Modal Approach Part II
Sun Ballroom D

A 4 hour discussion on how to integrated a variety of approaches into one treatment model.  Current research continues to tell us that a multi-modal approach is the gold standard for musculoskeletal treatment.  More specifically, we can have a greater impact on pains syndromes and the results are more likely to be sustained when a combination of modalities are used.  The four pillars to be discussed will be Manipulation (MPI), Stabilization (DNS),  MDT (Mckenzie), and Neuro-dynamics  (Shacklock).  Historically, chiropractors suffer on when to use these different techniques in the most efficient way and how to use them together in a given treatment session.  Current evidence in these  modalities will be presented.  Most importantly, the ability of the chiropractor to classify their patients is paramount and guides this process. 

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Boot Camp for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Part III
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

  • Learn the various ways to implement the manual therapy techniques 
  • Learn how to use the bolster 
  • Understand all the prone manual therapy techniques 
  • Learn the underlying objective of each manual maneuver   
  • Participants practice all the prone manual therapy techniques 
  • Understand all the side posture manual therapy techniques 
  • Learn the underlying objective of each manual maneuver  
  • Participants practice all the side posture manual therapy techniques 
  • Understand all the supine manual therapy techniques 
  • Learn the underlying objective of each manual maneuver  
  • Participants practice all the supine manual therapy techniques 
  • Understand all the patient exercises  
  • Learn the underlying objective of each exercise  
1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Chiropractic Assistants
CACEDC
Registration to Rehabilitation: Clinical Excellence for the Modern Office Part I
Tallahassee

We will cover areas in the chiropractic practice spanning from listening for red flags on the initial phone call with a new patient to the key things you need to know about how to apply exceptional rehabilitation when treatment rooms are small and time is limited! We will hands on practice exam and rehab principles. Wear comfortable clothes and ready to participate in a fun CA education program. 

1:30 pm
 – 3:30 pm
Documentation
CEDC
Ethics & Boundaries
Miami
  • Discuss the four issues of insurance fraud and how to prevent them
  • Explain the definition of sexual misconduct
  • Illustrate excessive treatment and how to prevent it
  • Discuss false and misleading advertising
  • Define scope of practice for Florida
  • Explain negligence and incompetence and appropriate standards of care
  • Discuss patient records release
  • Illustrate payment for referrals and legal ramifications 
4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Pediatric
CEDC
Holistic Approach to Hypertension
Sun Ballroom A

This one hour webinar will discuss how to approach patients with high blood pressure from a holistic perspective. It will cover root causes of high blood pressure and treatment options including nutrition, exercise, supplements, etc. 

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Business Growth
CEDC
The Smart Patient Journey
Sun Ballroom C

Discover how you can seamlessly guide your patients’ journey from potential patient to active patient, and finally to proactive advocate for your practice. A smart patient journey will help you effortlessly attract, engage, and retain more of your ideal patients.

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Clinical Insights
CEDC
Musculoskeletal Pain, A Multi-Modal Approach Part III
Sun Ballroom D

A 4 hour discussion on how to integrated a variety of approaches into one treatment model.  Current research continues to tell us that a multi-modal approach is the gold standard for musculoskeletal treatment.  More specifically, we can have a greater impact on pains syndromes and the results are more likely to be sustained when a combination of modalities are used.  The four pillars to be discussed will be Manipulation (MPI), Stabilization (DNS),  MDT (Mckenzie), and Neuro-dynamics  (Shacklock).  Historically, chiropractors suffer on when to use these different techniques in the most efficient way and how to use them together in a given treatment session.  Current evidence in these  modalities will be presented.  Most importantly, the ability of the chiropractor to classify their patients is paramount and guides this process. 

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Premiere Workshop
CEDC
Boot Camp for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Part IV
Sanibel

This course requires registration signup. Additional fees apply.

  • Participants practice all the exercise techniques 
  • Learn how to use the workbook and implementation guide 
  • Learn how to conduct a report of findings and get buy in from patients on the program 
  • Learn how to implement and integrate the program in clinic 
  • Review the workshop learning objections 
  • Answer questions from participants 
4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Chiropractic Assistants
CACEDC
Registration to Rehabilitation: Clinical Excellence for the Modern Office Part II
Tallahassee

We will cover areas in the chiropractic practice spanning from listening for red flags on the initial phone call with a new patient to the key things you need to know about how to apply exceptional rehabilitation when treatment rooms are small and time is limited! We will hands on practice exam and rehab principles. Wear comfortable clothes and ready to participate in a fun CA education program. 

4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm
Documentation
CEDC
Documentation for Coding
Miami

In this one-hour presentation, Dr. Gregg Friedman will discuss the most common exam and treatment codes that chiropractors use.  You will learn the four keys to certain codes and what needs to be documented in order to justify treatment.  

5:30 pm
 – 6:30 pm
Keynote
CACEDC
The Genius Life
Sun Ballroom A
  • “Genius Foods for a Smarter, Happier, Healthier Brain” – Discover powerful “Genius Foods” for optimal brain health to boost brain performance and help prevent cognitive aging.
  • “Hacking Your Environment to Achieve Extraordinary Performance” – The modern environment can lead to stress, malaise, and sickness costing us life and productivity. Discover key tactics for molding your environment to suit your biological needs so you’ll feel happier and more productive immediately.
  • “Workplace Wellness: Brain and Mental Health Hacks for an Undeniable Edge” – Mental health is on the decline and workplace burnout is epidemic. Discover key tricks including specific foods and lifestyle practices involving nature, light and temperature that can profoundly boost mental vigilance, resilience, and fortitude.  

June 12th

7:00 am
 – 8:00 am
Florida Mandatory Hours
Breakfast: Provided By Parker Seminars
Location TBA
8:00 am
 – 11:00 am
Florida Mandatory Hours
CEDC
Risk Management and Florida Law Part I: Don’t Risk it / Part II: Laws and Rules for Florida
Sun Ballroom C

Don’t Risk It: This is a one-hour lecture on marketing your practice while following Florida Laws and Rules to minimize risk to you and your practice. Dr. Jenny Mejia Spicer, Chiropractic Physician enjoys marketing her practice in Tampa, Florida and wants to help teach you how promote your business the right way. 

Laws and Rules for Florida: During this two-hour session, we will discuss Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law. Dr. Jenny Mejia Spicer, Chiropractic Physician has extensive experiencing helping auto accident patients in her own Chiropractic practice located in Tampa, Florida. Learn to be compliant with Florida Laws and Rules while teaching you be successful at treating patients that have been in a recent car accident. 

11:15 am
 – 1:15 pm
Florida Mandatory Hours
CEDC
Medical Errors
Sun Ballroom C

In this presentation, 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. 

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