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Evolution of Chiropractic & Focused Nutrition - Green Bay - 8 CE DC/4 Nutr.
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Evolution of Chiropractic & Focused Nutrition - Green Bay - 8 CE DC/4 Nutr.

Dr. Nelson is making his inaugural appearance as a speaker in Wisconsin. We first met Dr. Nelson at our 2020 Spring Convention in Green Bay where he manipulated dozens of attendees on the zero-gravity Protec Spine device.

 Export to Your Calendar 8/8/2020
When: Saturday August 8
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Neville Public Museum
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, Wisconsin  54303
United States
Contact: Andrea Murray or Jackie Gargano
608-256-7023


Online registration is available until: 8/7/2020
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If you were fortunate enough to have Dr. Nelson manipulate your spine, neck or legs while seated in the Protec Spine device, then you know exactly what we are talking about.  Do the words “exceptional,” “outstanding,” and “awesome” come to mind?  For those that missed this superb opportunity in the spring, here’s another chance for you to witness the effects of zero-gravity manipulation!  Dr. Nelson is conducting two different classes; one in Green Bay and the other in Brookfield.  Attend one or both!

SCHEDULE

  • 8:00 am - Doors open
  • 8:30 am - 12:00 pm  Evolution of Chiropractic, Dr. Laney Nelson and Dr. Wendy Varish, Sponsored by Protecspine
  • Lunch on your own
  • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Focused Nutrition and Adjunctive Therapies for Pain Management, Dr. Wendy Varish

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Evolution of Chiropractic - 4 CE DC 

Medical forecasts for low back and cervical surgeries are estimated to increase 300% by year 2030.  Cervical artificial disc replacement surgeries are expected to increase 125%.   Older females have a 97% chance of receiving an artificial hip or knee replacement. All these surgical procedures create movement dysfunctions associated with post surgical pain syndromes that respond to chiropractic care. There are chiropractic manipulative strategies that help this population of patients function at a higher level of performance and once again become more productive in society.  The purpose of this course is to teach chiropractic manipulative skills that do not compromise the co-morbidities that can develop with age. Protecspine will supply a zero-gravity unit for demonstration purposes during the course. 

Focused Nutrition and Adjunctive Therapies for Pain Management - 4 CE DC/4 Nutrition

This 4 hour class is part of the Clinical Pearls series that gives a chiropractor a wealth of educational and practical information on a particular topic that can be taken back to the office and utilized in practice the next day.  This module will concentrate on acute and chronic pain – conditions that are seen in an office on a daily basis.  Nutritional protocols, adjunctive treatments, and current research and science to support the doctor’s recommendations will highlight the “clinical pearls” that the doctor can integrate immediately within the office.


ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

Dr. Laney Nelson DC, DACBSP is from Utah where he was in clinical practice for 25 years prior to becoming the director of sports medicine at Logan University.  During this time he also served as the team chiropractor for Brigham Young University, the Utah Grizzlies Professional Hockey Club, Salt Lake Sting and Salt Lake Buzz. He served as the director of the Bio Freeze Sports and Rehabilitation at Logan College of Chiropractic from 2005 until 2013 where he was instrumental in developing the sports medicine curriculum. He has participated in numerous national and regional track & field championships as well as developing integrated chiropractic procedures for numerous university sports medicine programs.  The American Academy of Chiropractic Sports Physicians selected him as the 2011 Chiropractic Sports Physician of the year.  He was awarded the John N. Nash research award in 2013. 

Dr. Nelson has extensive international and national lecturing experience with many different programs and associations.  His specialty is in the management of post surgical back pain and failed back syndrome.  

Dr. Wendy Varish, DC, CCSP, CCOHC, MCS-P is a graduate of the National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, Illinois. She has served on numerous committees for chiropractic- related issues and has created and presented variety of educational courses and training workshops for DCs and their staff. Dr. Varish is currently in professional practice in Howards Grove.

Thank you to our generous sponsor! 

 

 


REGISTRATION

One session, morning or afternoon: $95 Member / $120 Non-Member
Both Sessions (Best Value!): $150 Member / $210 Non-Member
Early Bird (10 days prior) subtract 10%


PARKING
The main Museum parking lot is adjacent to the north side of the building. It is well lit and has ample handicap parking spaces.


Registration Guidelines

Please note that the Chiropractic Examining Board has extended the CE deadline for CE for this biennium to December 14, 2022. All DCs, CTs and CRTs will have to renew in December, but if you have not completed your CE hours, you have two more years to complete them.

CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY: You may cancel your registration or transfer to a different class without penalty until 10 days before the event. From 2-9 days before an event, cancellations or transfers will incur a $20 administrative fee. NO refunds or changes less than 24 hours before the event starts. For multi-day events, this policy is in effect from day one of the event.
FOR THOSE RECEIVING FREE CE (Students, New DCs) there is no fee to cancel 10 days before the event. Cancellations or changes 2-9 days before an event will incur a $20 administrative fee. There is a $50 fee for cancellations the day before or the day of an event, and for no-shows