Dr. James Demetrious will present a 10-hour postgraduate education course pertaining to the Differential Diagnosis of Neuromuscular Conditions in the chiropractic setting. Relevant learning opportunities will be presented utilizing actual clinical case presentations. Careful review of current evidence-based practices and appropriateness criteria will be combined with clinically intuitive rationales.
Interactive discussion will be afforded that includes salient historic assessments, vetted examination procedures, clinical reasoning, laboratory and imaging appropriateness criteria, differential diagnosis and therapeutic decision making. Emphasis will be placed upon risk management and improving clinical outcomes.
Dr. Demetrious will employ active learning strategies to accommodate the different learning styles of respective postgraduate students.
Dr. James Demetrious is a nationally distinguished chiropractic orthopedist, educator, author and editor. He has published many peer-reviewed journal papers related to advanced differential diagnosis. He currently serves as an editor on behalf of the Journal of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists. He is an editorial reviewer on behalf of the journals Spine, Annals of Internal Medicine and Clinical Anatomy. Dr. Demetrious is a member of the NCMIC Speakers’ Bureau and provides postgraduate coursework throughout the United States. He has continually cared for patients over the past 31 years.
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Lodging: Rooms are reserved at the Sheraton for WCA class participants at a discounted rate of $112. Make your reservations by contacting Joanne Traczek at 262-364-1007 or via email at Joanne.Traczek@sheratonmke.com. Or, contact Sheraton directly at 262-364-1100 and be sure to mention Wisconsin Chiropractic Association.
PRE-PREGISTRATION recommended. You may register onsite if space is available. REFUNDS, less $15 administrative fee, until 7 days before event. 50% refund 2-6 days before event. No refund day before or day of event.