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  • The Power of Posture in Female Patients

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this webinar, Dr. Karen Erickson will explore normal and abnormal posture and it's impact on the female patient throughout her physiological journey. You will learn how to evaluate sitting, standing and sleeping posture as well as how phones and computers impact posture and health. Dr Erickson will elucidate the important role chiropractors can play in the healthcare of our female patients. Chiropractic care and patient education can help avoid downstream consequences of poor posture in girls and women including spinal curvature, spinal pain and degeneration, muscle imbalance, headache, respiratory dysfunction, ligament laxity and bone density.

    In this webinar, Dr. Karen Erickson will explore normal and abnormal posture and it's impact on the female patient throughout her physiological journey. You will learn how to evaluate sitting, standing and sleeping posture as well as how phones and computers impact posture and health. Dr Erickson will elucidate the important role chiropractors can play in the healthcare of our female patients. Chiropractic care and patient education can help avoid downstream consequences of poor posture in girls and women including spinal curvature, spinal pain and degeneration, muscle imbalance, headache, respiratory dysfunction, ligament laxity and bone density.

    Women make up the majority of chiropractic patients. As a chiropractor, you are uniquely qualified to identify how posture impacts girls and women throughout their physiological journey. You will learn how female postural distortions from infancy into old age are exacerbated by prolonged sitting, sleeping posture, heavy handbags and backpacks, shoe wear, forward head position, pregnancy and breastfeeding. Postural distortions are further complicated by ligament laxity and loss of bone density. We will also explore the research on the psychosocial impact of posture on women. You will gain comprehensive clinical knowledge to help your female patients correct their posture through chiropractic adjustments, therapeutic exercise, and education.


    Learning Objectives

    1. Discuss normal and abnormal posture and its impact physically and emotionally on the female patient throughout her physiological journey. 

    2. Identify the causes and correction of postural abnormalities in girls and women during sitting, standing, lying, as well as during the use of phones and computers. 

    3. Discuss how chiropractors can play a key role in the lives of girls and women by clinically  identifying and addressing postural distortions that would otherwise create downstream consequences on spinal curvatures, spinal pain and degeneration, headache, respiratory dysfunction, ligament laxity and bone density. 

    Dr. Karen Erickson

    Director

    Erickson Healing Arts

    Bio

    Dr Karen Erickson is the Director of Erickson Healing Arts in New York City. She is a Spokeswoman for the American Chiropractic Association. She is on the leadership team for the ACA's new Council on Women's Health. Her passion is sharing health and wellness information on chiropractic and natural healthcare through patient care as well as print and television, and speaking to healthcare professionals and the public. Dr Erickson champions chiropractic and integrative patient care, and believes that the potential role of chiropractic in the USA has barely been tapped. 

  • Documenting the Pediatric Visit

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/11/2019

    Join Jennifer Brocker, DC, DICCP, president of the ACA Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics, on Monday, Feb. 11, at 1:00 p.m. ET as she highlights the current research on the safety of pediatric chiropractic care and the unique aspects of conducting and documenting a pediatric patient visit, including a narrative history, physical exam and daily subjective-objective-assessment-and-plan (SOAP) notes. After viewing this webinar, registrants will be able to identify and explain the current research on the safety of chiropractic care in pediatrics, describe the unique aspects of the narrative history, physical exam, and SOAP note documentation for a pediatric patient, and more.

    Kids are more than just small adults and their chiropractic treatment needs to be tailored to their unique anatomy and physiology in order to provide safe and effective care. Each part of the patient visit requires special attention to the age and development of the patient. Join Jennifer Brocker, DC, DICCP, president of the ACA Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics, as she highlights the current research on the safety of pediatric chiropractic care and the unique aspects of conducting and documenting a pediatric patient visit, including a narrative history, physical exam and daily subjective-objective-assessment-and-plan (SOAP) notes. After viewing this webinar, registrants will be able to identify and explain the current research on the safety of chiropractic care in pediatrics, describe the unique aspects of the narrative history, physical exam, and SOAP note documentation for a pediatric patient, and more. 

    Learning Objectives

    1) Identify and explain the current research on the safety of chiropractic care in pediatrics.

    2) Describe the unique aspects of the narrative history, physical exam, and subjective-objective-assessment-and-plan  (SOAP) note documentation for a pediatric patient.

    3) List treatment plans for pediatric patients and how they differ from other patient treatment plans.

    Dr. Jennifer Brocker, DC, DICCP

    Doctor of Chiropractic, Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics

    Portland Chiropractic Group

    Bio

    Dr. Jennifer Brocker is a 2007 Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. In 2012, Dr. Brocker became board-certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics having completed the required 3-year postgraduate course of study. She joined the ACA in 2012 and became the Vice President of the ACA Pediatrics Council in 2013, holding that position until elected President of the Council in 2016. As an active member in the House of Delegates, she is appointed to the Bylaws Committee and the Governance Monitoring Task Force. In 2017, the ACA Pediatrics Council established a certifying arm, the American Board of Chiropractic Pediatrics, for which Dr. Jenny is the representative and Council liaison to the American Board of Chiropractic Specialties. 

  • The Lancet Low Back Pain Series: Why Chiropractors Should Care

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 01/08/2019

    In June of 2018 the landmark Lancet Low Back Pain Series was published. Professor Jan Hartvigsen was co-chair for the steering group. In this webinar he will present the content and key points from the series. These include description of what low back pain is and the burden and impact of low back pain on individuals and societies; current recommendations from evidence-based clinical guidelines and the evidence-practice gap that is apparent everywhere; promising new directions in management of low back pain; and finally, a global call to action for individuals, clinicians and decision makers. He will highlight the need for change in the way we deal with low back pain and musculoskeletal disorders and how chiropractors can be important stakeholders in promoting and leading this change.

    In June of 2018 the landmark Lancet Low Back Pain Series was published. Professor Jan Hartvigsen was co-chair for the steering group. In this webinar he will present the content and key points from the series. These include description of what low back pain is and the burden and impact of low back pain on individuals and societies; current recommendations from evidence-based clinical guidelines and the evidence-practice gap that is apparent everywhere; promising new directions in management of low back pain; and finally, a global call to action for individuals, clinicians and decision makers. He will highlight the need for change in the way we deal with low back pain and musculoskeletal disorders and how chiropractors can be important stakeholders in promoting and leading this change.

    Jan Hartvigsen DC, PhD

    Full Professor, Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics

    University of Southern Denmark

    Senior Researcher- Nordic Institute of Chiropractic and Clinical Biomechanics

    Bio:

    Jan Hartvigsen is an internationally leading researcher and research leader in musculoskeletal health. His focus is on improving care for people with musculoskeletal pain and disability and he takes pride in breaking down barriers between disciplines and bringing together people from diverse backgrounds in productive collaborations. His primary research focus is clinical studies of spine pain and disability with a focus on population studies, and studies dealing with effectiveness of non-surgical interventions. Professor Hartvigsen is a member of many national and international committees. He has published close to 200 international peer-reviewed papers and is a prolific communicator. In 2016 he was rated as the world’s number one expert in “Musculoskeletal pain” by Expertscape.com. He is Full Professor at the Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, University of Southern Denmark and Senior Researcher at the Nordic Institute of Chiropractic and Clinical Biomechanics. 

  • Chiropractic Co-Management of Infants with Suboptimal Breastfeeding

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/11/2018

    From a public health perspective, breastfeeding has a strong positive impact on both infant and maternal health. Studies now show pediatric chiropractic care may help improve a baby’s ability to breastfeed. This class will empower doctors of chiropractic to effectively manage infant patients with suboptimal breastfeeding.

    Dr. Elise G. Hewitt

    December 11, 2018

    From a public health perspective, breastfeeding has a strong positive impact on both infant and maternal health. Studies now show chiropractic care may help improve a baby’s ability to breastfeed. This class will empower doctors of chiropractic to effectively manage infant patients with suboptimal breastfeeding.

    Dr. Hewitt will describe the benefits of breastfeeding to both mother and baby. Current medical management of suboptimal breastfeeding will be discussed, as will the clinical rationale for chiropractic co-management, with emphasis on spinal joint dysfunction and its effects on the involved tissues and systems. The latest research evidence in this area will be discussed. Elements of the history and physical examination relevant to dysfunctional breastfeeding will be highlighted. Dr. Hewitt will detail patient management including manual therapy techniques, frequency of care, and prognosis. Dr. Hewitt will pepper her instruction with clinical pearls from her 30 years of experience in pediatric practice.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Discuss current medical management for babies with suboptimal breastfeeding.
    2. Explain how chiropractic care can help infants with suboptimal breastfeeding.
    3. List five clues each in the history and examination that indicate spinal joint dysfunction as a possible etiology for suboptimal breastfeeding.


    This webinar is for 1 CEU credit, approved in all PACE states except Tennessee.  For more information on PACE and a complete list of state licensing boards that accept PACE, click here.

    Dr. Elise G. Hewitt

    DC, DICCP, FICC

    Board Certified Pediatric Chiropractor
    CranioSacral Therapist
    Internationally Recognized Educator and Author
    Immediate Past President, ACA Pediatrics Counci

    An internationally recognized speaker, author and leader in the specialized field of chiropractic pediatrics, Dr. Hewitt’s unique combination of clinical knowledge, dynamic speaking style and leadership experience give her lectures a distinctive flair. As she entertains and educates her audiences, blending research with clinical pearls, Dr. Hewitt helps doctors comfortably treat and interact with the youngest members of our society.

    Dr. Hewitt is Board Certified in Chiropractic Pediatrics and a Craniosacral Therapist. An alumnus of the University of Colorado, she has been in private practice since graduating Summa Cum Laude and as class valedictorian from Western States Chiropractic College in 1988. In her Portland, Oregon chiropractic practice, which is limited to pediatrics, Dr. Hewitt specializes in the care of infants and young children.

    Bio

  • Best Practices for Managing Lower Back Pain

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/15/2018

    Join Dr. Tim Bertelsman for this practical presentation will begin with a discussion of the current evidence-based evaluation and management of common lumbar structural pathology. The discussion will progress to review the most commonly overlooked “functional” problems that delay NMS recovery. In one way or another, these functional diagnoses contribute to many, if not all, of the lumbar structural diagnoses that chiropractors treat. Attendees will leave with immediately applicable, practical information for enhancing clinical outcomes.

    Thursday, November 15, 2018, 1:00-2:00 PM ET

    This practical presentation will begin with a discussion of the current evidence-based evaluation and management of common lumbar structural pathology. The discussion will progress to review the most commonly overlooked “functional” problems that delay NMS recovery. In one way or another, these functional diagnoses contribute to many, if not all, of the lumbar structural diagnoses that chiropractors treat. Attendees will leave with immediately applicable, practical information for enhancing clinical outcomes.


    Course Learning Objectives
    After completing this course, the participant will be able to:
    1. Perform specific orthopedic, neurologic, and functional lumbar spine evaluations.
    2. Clinically identify “functional” diagnoses and recognize their role in “structural” pathology.
    3. Describe current “best practice” treatment of lumbopelvic structural and functional lesions.

    This webinar is for 1 CEU credit, approved in all PACE states except Tennessee.  For more information on PACE and a complete list of state licensing boards that accept PACE, click here.

    Dr. Tim Bertelsman, D.C., CCSP, DACO

    Co-Founder

    ChiroUp

    Bio

  • Choosing Wisely: Spine Imaging- What are the Facts?

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/05/2018

    In the next installment of our Choosing Wisely series, Dr. Andre Bussieres will focus in on ethical use of X-Rays in Chiropractic. The presentation will: • review the reasons why some clinicians use radiography routinely for patients with spine disorders, • discuss when diagnostic imaging is recommended and when it is not, • highlight potential adverse effects associated with routine diagnostic imaging.

    In the next installment of our Choosing Wisely series, Dr. Andre Bussieres will focus in on ethical use of X-Rays in Chiropractic.  The presentation will:

    • review the reasons why some clinicians use radiography routinely for patients with spine disorders, 
    • discuss when diagnostic imaging is recommended and when it is not, 
    • highlight potential adverse effects associated with routine diagnostic imaging. 

    Dr. Andre Bussieres

    Assistant Professor, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy

    McGill University

    Professor- Chiropractic Department

    l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

    Bio

  • Choosing Wisely: Beyond the Myth

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/20/2018

    This Webinar will provide an overview of the ACA’s Choosing Wisely program, including how the program was developed, the rationale for each of the items on the ACA’s list, an explanation of what Choosing Wisely is and is not, and the significance of this program for the chiropractic profession.

    This Webinar will provide an overview of the ACA’s Choosing Wisely program, including how the program was developed, the rationale for each of the items on the ACA’s list, an explanation of what Choosing Wisely is and is not, and the significance of this program for the chiropractic profession. 

    Christine Goertz

    Chief Executive Officer

    Spine Institute for Quality (Spine IQ)

    Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy- Palmer College of Chiropractic

    Bio

    John M Ventura, DC

    Consultant

    Spine Care Partners, LLC

    Bio

    Dr Ventura has over 30 years of clinical practice experience & now serves on the Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services technical expert panel, on the board of the United States Bone and Joint Initiative and is on the musculoskeletal committee of the National Quality Forum.   

  • Safety of Chiropractic Research Awareness, Exam and Treatment Procedures; and How to Safeguard Your Practice

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Are you familiar with the latest research on chiropractic safety? Ronald Farabaugh, DC, offers a refresher on the topic: "Safety of Chiropractic: Research Awareness/Exam and Treatment Procedures." The webinar will review the latest literature on spinal manipulation safety as well as the mechanics of a proper examination and the informed consent process. Information on the association between manipulation and stroke will also be discussed.

    Dr. Ronald Farabaugh

    August 16, 2018

    Are you familiar with the latest research on chiropractic safety? Ronald Farabaugh, DC, will offer a refresher on the topic: "Safety of Chiropractic: Research Awareness/Exam and Treatment Procedures." The webinar will review the latest literature on spinal manipulation safety as well as the mechanics of a proper examination and the informed consent process. Information on the association between manipulation and stroke will also be discussed.

    Dr. Ronald J. Farabaugh

    Farabaugh Chiropractic Office

    Bio

    Dr. Ronald Farabaugh has been in private practice for over 36 years and now serves as the National Physical Medicine Director of Advanced Medicine Integration Group based in Highland Park Illinois. As such Dr. Farabaugh has vast experience in both clinical practice and the insurance side of healthcare offering a unique insight into a world previously closed to most DCs.  He currently serves CCE as Councilor Category 2, representing clinicians; is former Chairman of the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP) and has been published numerous times regarding guidelines and case management; is a former President of the Ohio State Chiropractic Association; former President of the Ohio Chiropractic Board; sits on the Board of Advisors of the Official Disability Guidelines; and the ACA Research Advisory Council.  He has been appointed to various positions by two Ohio Governors, Republican and Democratic. 

  • Ethical and Professional Practice Promotion

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Join Dr. Heidi Henson as she discusses how to market and promote your Chiropractic business in an ethical and professional way. Dr. Henson will highlight the many dos and don'ts of practice promotion, while offering the advice on how to best fine tune your marketing towards your potential patients. This presentation is part of ACA's "New Doctor Toolkit", designed to help give those doctors beginning their practices the best chance to succeed.

    Dr. Heidi Henson

    Recorded July 19. 2018

    Join Dr. Heidi Henson as she discusses how to market and promote your Chiropractic business in an ethical and professional way.  Dr. Henson will highlight the many dos and don'ts of practice promotion, while offering the advice on how to best fine tune your marketing towards your potential patients.  This presentation is part of ACA's "New Doctor Toolkit", designed to help give those doctors beginning their practices the best chance to succeed. 

    Dr. Heidi Henson, DC

    Owner & Medical Director

    Southern Oregon Spine + Rehab

    Bio

  • Theory-Driven and Evidence-Informed Chiropractic: A 6-Hour Survey

    Contains 14 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course from Dr. Robert Leach provides a brief introduction to the science of chiropractic for the busy clinician or student, explaining in simple terms how theory and evidence may inform and even drive modern clinical practice. The course focuses on five promising theories for evidence-informed practice, including: inflammation, segmental dysfunction, neuroplasticity, immobilization degeneration, and wellness/psychosocial. An overarching goal of the course is for the busy clinician to understand possible scientific explanations for chiropractic and how the research has informed practice guidelines, discuss ways to communicate these topics with patients and other healthcare partners, and incorporate them into the practice behaviors.

    Recorded July 2018

    This course from Dr. Robert Leach provides a brief introduction to the science of chiropractic for the busy clinician or student, explaining how theory and evidence may inform and drive modern clinical practice. The course focuses on five promising theories for evidence-informed practice, including: inflammation, segmental dysfunction, neuroplasticity, immobilization degeneration, and wellness/psychosocial.  This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to enable the  busy clinician to understand possible scientific explanations for chiropractic and how the research has informed practice guidelines, discuss ways to communicate these topics with patients and other healthcare partners, and incorporate them into the practice behaviors

    Learning Objectives:

    After completing this course, participants will be able to:
    1. Explain how science impacts guidelines, press and public attitudes, private and government payor reimbursement schedules, and clinical practice in a modern healthcare profession.
    2. Describe the role of inflammation in disease and health, markers of inflammation associated with spine pain, changes in inflammation in experimental and clinical subjects after manipulation, and the role of inflammation within the larger context of whole-body or wholistic treatment.
    3. Distinguish between “subluxation” as a theoretical construct as opposed to segmental dysfunction hypothesis associated with fixation and other clinical predictors such as pressure pain thresholds and measures of spinal pain provocation. 
    4. Explain some of the research regarding “misalignment,” how it varies with radiation guidelines, and how it may vary with common clinical practice.
    5. Discuss with patients’ modern research of neuroplasticity, and the role for chiropractic spinal manipulation to restore neural integrity to spine and brain centers like the prefrontal cortex, cingulate and amygdala. How exercise may be important to continuing progress after chiropractic.
    6. Describe immobilization degeneration and the role of imaging in the larger context of ruling out disease to provide a safe platform for chiropractic, as opposed to determining where and when to adjust the spine. 
    7. Explain why MRI is unable to predict which patients are in pain, let alone predict chiropractic outcomes, and understand growing science for the role of genetics and inflammation in degeneration and aging of the spine.
    8. Recognize the role of lifestyle and discuss with patients how smoking cessation, increasing activity levels, seeking counseling or improved coping skills, or improved dietary habits are ultimately more important to their overall health and wellness than spinal adjustments. 

    Number of CEU Credits Offered: 6

    Dr. Robert Leach

    D.C., M.S., F.I.C.C.(h), C.H.E.S.

    Leach Chiropractic

    A native of Des Moines, Iowa, more than 25,000 copies of Dr. Leach's classic textbook, The Chiropractic Theories, have been distributed since 1980. Now in its fourth edition, it is published by Wolters Kluwer—Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. In addition, he has published or presented several dozen scientific papers from clinical subjects ranging from children with attention deficit hyperactivity to correlates of the flexion/relaxation electromyography test, and from PulStar fixation analysis reliability testing and treatment of infantile colic to public health and wellness issues.

    In 2006 he earned a Master of Science degree in Health Education and became a Certified Health Education Specialist. Previously a recipient of numerous awards from the Mississippi Chiropractic Association, in 2007 he was named, “Health Educator of the Year” by the Mississippi Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD). In addition to continuing in full time practice since 1979, Dr. Leach continues to write and lecture. He has served as a Delphi Panelist for a number of published best practices guidelines in the past decade including recommendations for chiropractic care for infants, children and adolescents, for older adults, and for health promotion, disease prevention, and wellness.   Dr. Leach is the Mississippi Delegate to the American Chiropractic Association HOD since 2013, and currently serves on the Public Health Committee.

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