July 6, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
invites DCs to register for its upcoming continuing education events scheduled
for autumn 2012.
CMCC’s Continuing Education Division (CE) provides easy
access to educational programs to meet the ever-changing needs of chiropractors
in practice. Conferences, seminars, and online or hard copy resources improve
practitioners’ knowledge and skills while enhancing the quality of patient
care. CMCC’s CE programs are current and relevant to practicing chiropractors,
related health care workers and undergraduate chiropractic students.
Programs and courses for this fall include:
Clinical Anatomy Review Series Certificate Program
This certificate program will involve cadaver dissections
and demonstrations using prosected specimens to augment the lecture
presentations. The principle focus of the program will be on the nervous
and musculoskeletal systems with a review of thoracic, abdominal and pelvic
viscera. The series structure consists of five six-hour sessions comprised of a
mix of lecture and laboratory presentations.
The program instructor is Myroslava Kumka, MD, PhD.
Relieving the Burden of Somatovisceral Disorders
chiropractic researcher Dr. Brian Budgell is receiving rave reviews across North America for his seminars on the strong body of
evidence in support of chiropractic management of visceral disorders. Dr.
Budgell, a career scientist, brings clarity to the complex and sometimes
confusing world of human physiology. In this special seminar, he presents
new models for D.D. Palmer’s first two patients as examples of how basic
scientific research can improve our understanding of how chiropractic
works. Dr. Budgell convincingly demonstrates that somatovisceral
management can be evidence-based, and that chiropractic care of
non-musculoskeletal conditions is as scientific as musculoskeletal care.
Winter Radiology 2013: Ottawa
Diagnostic imaging is a fundamental
tool in contemporary health care. This seminar will provide the most
current information in the areas of interpretation and clinical application of
diagnostic imaging, with focus on the spine and a practical emphasis on
clinical, radiographic and imaging correlations. The primary goal is to
help the clinician serve the patient with a high standard of care in the most
efficient, cost-effective manner, but there will also be benefit to educators,
researchers and allied health care workers.
The presenter for this seminar will
be Timothy J Mick, DC, DACBR, FICC.
For complete details on these and
other courses/programs, including dates and registration information, please
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