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American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists 2018 Annual Convention

  • 19 Apr 2018
  • 9:00 AM (EDT)
  • 21 Apr 2018
  • 6:00 PM (EDT)
  • Hilton Garden Inn Carlsbad Beach, Carlsbad CA

Registration

  • ACCO Member Rate - for current members in good standing.
  • Convention registration for non ACCO members.
  • Convention registration for current students matriculated in a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree program who are current student members for the ACCO.
  • Convention registration for students currently matriculated in, but not yet completed, a Doctor of Chiropractic degree program at a credentialed chiropractic college/university. Please email a copy of your current student ID to dosdc@aol.com

Register
Less than 2% of the ~80,000 DCs in the United States are Chiropractic Orthopedists. This year, please join the best chiropractors in the world and attend the annual convention of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists in Carlsbad, California April 19th - 21st 2018.


2018 Orthopedic Essentials Seminar April 19-21 in Carlsbad California

Register at ACCOweb.org

This year's Convention will feature the following speakers and topics:

Best Practice” Management of LBP (8 hours)

Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO

This practical presentation will review the current standard of care, including the most clinically relevant assessments and treatments for the conditions responsible for LBP. Dr Bertelsman will show you how to choose treatment based upon a specific diagnosis and classification to improve your outcomes dramatically. You will leave this class with practical, evidence-based skills for managing the “Continuum of Low Back Pain”.

Functional Assessment and Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Disorders” (8 hours)

Dr. Bryan Bond

A continuing education course for healthcare providers that frequently manage musculoskeletal conditions. Human movement analysis, or identifying dysfunctional motor patterns, may play an important role in pinpointing the underlying cause of symptoms, rather than simply isolating sources of pain. While establishing clinical assessment from the viewpoint of a movement pattern, the clinician may recognize meaningful impairments that appear unrelated to primary main musculoskeletal complaint, but actually cause or facilitate the associated pain syndrome. In addition, this workshop provides pragmatic rehabilitation protocols for shoulder and spinal disorders.

Orthopedic Imaging Modalities and Case Review (4 Hours)

Cliff Tao, DC, DABCR

Hour 1: Review of Orthopedic Imaging Modalities

Hour 2: Orthopedic Imaging Case Review

Hour 3: Orthopedic Imaging Case Review

Hour 4: Orthopedic Imaging Case Review







 

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