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Come Crash with us!

Instructors: Brad Glowaki, DC, John Gray, Ryan Carlson, 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: September 22-23, 2023
Time: Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm & Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Where: Denver, CO - All registered attendees will receive hotel information in email confirmation
Cost: $697

 

Summary

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 September 22rd


Registration – 8:30am
 

9am-10am – Dr. Brad Glowaki – The philosophy of Communication in the history and exam (Clinical Science)

  • Apply critical thinking to the issues of the clinical decision-making process and assisting the chiropractor in determining the clinical necessity for care

  • Understand the mechanism of injury, tissues, and structure.

  • Use relevant clinical guidelines to assist in the care of the patient.


10am-11am – Dr. Brad Glowaki – The science of the subluxation (Clinical Science)

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

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

  • Biomechanical cervical subluxation categories indicative of trauma.
     

11am-11:15am – Coffee break


11:20am-12:20pm – Dr. Brad Glowaki – The Science of Results (Clinical Science)

  • Commonality and accountability may be achieved through the developments of model which emphasize clinical outcome assessments

  • Communication of procedures

  • Evaluating healing progress

12:20pm-1:20pm – Dr Brad Glowaki – Spinal Subluxation Defined (Clinical Science)

  • Subfailure injuries

  • Chronic associated injuries

  • Cervical Spine subluxation correlations


1:20-3pm  Lunch


3pm-4pm – Dr. Brad Glowaki and Dr. John Gray – The Success Principles and Global Well-Being through Wellness Care (Patient care/Clinical Science)

  • Using science to communicate patient well being in a patient centered care model.

  • Review valid research articles on effectiveness of various chiropractic techniques and how to communicate them to your community

  • Adjusting for all ages and stages – how various communication techniques can be appropriate for different communities


4pm-5pm – Dr. Eric Russell – A Concussion of Forces: The Science, Neurology and Philosophy of a Chiropractic Adjustment

  • The class will cover the different concepts of vertebral subluxation.

  • Categorize the components of subluxation.

  • Review the philosophy and scientific literature concerning the chiropractic adjustment.


5-6pm – Dr. Brad Glowaki

  • Team building, Marketing, & growth strategies for sports.

  • Using the metaphor of teams in office for growth
     

Saturday September 23rd

 


8am-9am – Dr. Eric Russell – Full Spine Adjusting (Techique/subluxation theories/Biomechanics)

  • This course will review the common setups for different regions of the spine

  • Review proper setup, stabilization, and force generation.

  • Review indications and contraindications to adjust

  • Review common set-up errors by doctors
     

 

9am-10am – Dr. Eric Russell – Full Spine Adjusting (Technique/subluxation theories/Biomechanics)

  • This course will review the common setups for different regions of the spine

  • Review proper setup, stabilization, and force generation.

  • Review indications and contraindications to adjust

  • Review common set-up errors by doctors
     

 

10am-11am – Mental Floss, philosophy and practice growth
 

11am-11:30am – Coffee break
 

 

11:30am-12:30pm – Dr Brad Glowaki, Dr. Ryan Carlson, and Dr. Eric Russell – Person Centered Care – A Vitalistic Approach (Science).

  • Understand the history and importance of Evidence Based Care in a vitalistic model.

  • The principles of Person Centered Care and Shared decision making will be discussed in the context of a vitalistic chiropractic office.

  • The characteristics of patient relationships will be discussed in a routine office visit.
     

 

12:30-2:00pm – Lunch
 

 

2pm-3pm – Dr. Ryan Carlson – CE Functions for the 21st Century Chiropractor

  • Understand the current CEO functions that exist for a business owner to optimize their approach to modern chiropractic practice.

  • Cover the different concepts of business ownership and delegation.

  • Categorize the components of time management and systems and procedures.
     

3pm-5pm – Dr. Brad Glowaki

  • Communication

  • Retention and metrics to track office growth.

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