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Come Crash with us!

Instructors: Brad Glowaki, DC, Mindy Pelz, DC, Atle Torstensen, DC, and Eric Russell, DC

CE Sponsored by Logan University

Our Crash advanced trainings has already helped hundreds of Docs and teams set their business goals with confidence, using advanced training materials exclusively for Level Up members ONLY.

Register below!

When: January 19-20, 2024
Time: Friday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm & Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Where: Atlanta, GA - All registered attendees will receive hotel information in email confirmation
Cost: $697



Learn about Wellness care and the scientific guides the way Level Up presents its curriculum, providing a place to develop and exercise expertise in a chiropractic philosophy that embraces the mind-body connection, while offering the resources to achieve lifetime wellness.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the seminar, participants will be better able to:

  • Enhance the chiropractic practitioner’s communication of current developments in care of patients

  • Clinical applications of chiropractic care and co-managed care with other health professionals in the context of today’s health care setting

  • Review of the literature and science of traumatic injury models of vertebral subluxation and how treat them

Total Hours: 10

Teaching Methods

Lecture, Q&A, slides, video, notes

Level Up Crash Intensive Agenda

Friday January 19th

Registration – 8:00am

8:30am-9:30am – Dr. Atle Torstensen – Full Spine Adjusting

Hour One: Foot

  • Biomechanics

  • Motion palpation review

  • Indications for an HVLA impulse

  • Case management

  • Adjusting set ups

    • Calcaneus o Talus

    • Navicular

    • Cuneiforms o Metatarsals

9:30am-10:30am – Dr. Atle Torstensen – Full Spine Adjusting

Hour Two: Knee and Hip

  • Biomechanics

  • Motion palpation review

  • Case management

  • Adjusting set ups

    • Tibia

    • Fibula

    • Patella

    • Femur

    • Hip

10:30am-11:00am – Coffee break

11am-12pm – Dr. Atle Torstensen – Full Spine Adjusting

Hour Three: Shoulder, Scapula, and Clavicle

  • Biomechanics

  • Motion palpation review

  • Case management

  • Adjusting set ups

    • Scapula

    • Acromioclavicular

    • Sternoclavicular

    • Glenohumeral

12pm-1pm – Dr. Atle Torstensen – Full Spine Adjusting

Hour Four: Elbow and Wrist

  • Biomechanics

  • Indications/contraindications

  • Motion palpation review

  • Case management

  • Adjusting set ups

    • ​Radius

    • Ulna

    • Carpals​

1pm-2pm  Lunch

2pm-3pm – Dr Brad Glowaki – Subluxation and Pain (Clinical Science)

  • Causes and clinical manifestations of subluxation

  • Cervical subluxations associated with trauma.

  • Chiropractic care and back pain

  • Chiropractic adjustments and oxidative stress

  • The effects of cortisol and stress on the body

  • Cortisol and perceived anxiety reduction following chiropractic care

  • Evaluating the healing progress and understanding the contraindications of care.

3pm-4pm – Dr. Brad Glowaki – Subluxation and Prevention (Clinical Science)

  • Posture does not influence head repositioning accuracy but does influence head stabilization (head still) performance.

  • There is a significant effect on both body posture and vision on both horizontal and vertical head movements.

  • Head positioning errors can be reduced when the segments of the neck contribute to orientation of the head in space.

  • Technique considerations, functional tests for evaluating the need for rehabilitative protocols.

4:30pm-5:30pm – Dr. Mindy Pelz (Nutrition and Clinical Science)
Hour One - The Physiological Benefit of Fasting

  • A review of the cellular physiology and hormone function.

  • Body metabolism

    • Normal metabolism

    • Abnormal metabolism

  • Ketosis

5:30pm-6:30pm – Dr. Mindy Pelz (Nutrition and Clinical Science) Hour Two - Fasting to reduce inflammation

  • Brain function

  • Fasting to normalize metabolic health

  • Hormone changes during all phases of life

  • Fasting to enhance brain cognitive outputs

  • Chiropractic implications

  • Reducing inflammation

  • Promoting a healthy lifestyle through nutrition and fasting


Saturday January 20th

10am-11am – Dr. Brad Glowaki – Subluxation and Human Performance (Clinical Science)

  • Chiropractic care for MSK and non-MSK conditions.

  • Chiropractic adjustments may potentially be effective beyond muscle and joint pain.

  • Effects of chiropractic adjustment and pulmonary function

  • Chiropractic and athletes

11am-11:30am – Coffee break

11:30am-1pm – TBD (Non-CE Time)

1pm-2:30pm – Lunch

2:30pm-3:30pm – Dr. Atle Torstensen – (Non-CE Time)

3:30pm-4pm – Break

4pm-5pm – Dr Brad Glowaki and Dr. Eric Russell - Putting it all together for optimal care (Clinical Science and Chiropractic Principles)

  • Treatment and rehabilitative protocols using relevant guidelines and stages of injury

  • Optimal patient outcomes.

  • Current subluxation theories

  • Indications and contraindications to adjust

  • Using all three attributes of evidence based care

    • Best science

    • Doctor’s values o Patient’s needs

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