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 Export to Your Calendar 3/2/2019
When: Saturday, March 2, 2019
8:30am - 4:30pm
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Ewald Conference Center - Room A
1000 Westgate Drive
St. Paul, Minnesota  55114
United States
Contact: Lily Mahan
651-290-7493


Online registration is available until: 3/2/2019
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Agenda

8:00 - 8:30 Check-In/Registration
8:30 Program
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Program
4:30 Adjourn

Price

Member: $129.99
Non-Member: $179.99
Students: $50

CEs

7 Regular Credits

Course Descriptions

Translating Chinese Medicine: Ancient Concepts for a Modern Medicine

Interested in learning more about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) but felt the language and concepts too foreign to grasp? This seminar seeks to provide an introductory translation of terms, concepts, and theories established in TCM that may relate directly to your clinical practice and enhance your clinical reasoning skills. We will tackle TCM history, yin/yang and other foundational theories, similarities between Innate and Qi, diagnosis, common pathologies, and how to introduce and integrate acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to your Chiropractic clinical practice. This is a perfect opportunity to ask those burning questions to a doctor who works in both medicines. Join us for what will be an enlightening conversation.

Brain Health in a Holistic Chiropractic Clinic

Cognitive Decline (CD) and its associated conditions, including Alzheimer’s Disease, are swiftly becoming a top 5 killer of otherwise healthy individuals in the United States. Top 5! These progressive degenerative conditions steal the most precious thing any of us have – our cognitive function! We’ll trace the roots of CD all the way back to their genetic predispositions and lifestyle beginnings, then organize the medical literature in a way that points us toward identifying the mechanisms of action and a resultant way forward. Cognitive Decline was a scary thing in the 90’s and with much research, toil, and application we are seeing a different hope, a different outcome, and a different interpretation of the literature. Very exciting times in the Natural Healthcare world and I am excited to present on such an impactful topic.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify and understand the historical context with which we viewed cognitive decline.
  2. Appreciate how the research has changed both our understanding of the problem and the generation of solutions.
  3. Observe the space that holistic chiropractic fills in the creation of healthy lifestyles that combat cognitive decline.

Get exposure to the nature of the disease process and how it responds to Innate Intelligence.

Osteoporosis: Imaging Considerations and Radiographic Findings

This session will cover the basic radiographic findings of osteoporosis in the spine and extremities. This will include the etiology of osteoporosis, indications for DEXA, and referral and management considerations. This session will also include a variety of case studies covering fractures, arthritis, anomalies, and pathology.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to…

  1. Recognize the basic radiographic findings of osteoporosis, especially as it pertains to vertebral body compression fractures.
  2. Know when to order DEXA imaging and make appropriate referrals
  3. Recognize various types of trauma, arthritis, and other pathologies as they present on x-ray.

Speakers

Dr. Stephen Thompson

Dr. Stephen Thompson DACM LAc has been in the field of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for 13 years, Clinical Massage therapy for 16 years, Nutrition therapy for 5 years. After working at Sea as an Acupuncturist for 3 years delivering lectures and treating patients, Stephen returned to Minnesota to pursue a degree in Chiropractic Medicine.

Dr. Thompson has also studied and practiced Tai Qi and Qi Gong for many years. He is currently a Trimester 10 Chiropractic student and acts as a clinical supervisor and acupuncturist in the Human Performance Center affiliated with Northwestern Health Sciences University.

Stephen utilizes his extensive clinical experience to treat a variety of common, chronic, and complex conditions including Fibromyalgia, women’s health, and sport and performance injuries.

Dr. Chris Major

Chris Major, DC, DACBR, ATC, is an associate professor in the department of diagnostic imaging at Northwestern Health Sciences University. He teaches courses on spinal anatomy, congenital anomalies, trauma, and arthritis. He is also the Director of Radiological Consultation Services at Northwestern, which provides interpretation services to private practice doctors, as well as plain film interpretation for the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI). Prior to attending chiropractic school, Dr. Major graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a degree in Athletic Training, where he had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of athletes, including an internship with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. He is a chiropractor with a passion for radiology and teaching.

Dr. Brad Watts

Dr. Watts CFMP, CSCS, Pn1, earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Science University in 2009.

In his early career, he focused on serving patients suffering with chronic disease. Later he worked in clinical practice focusing on creating and customizing functionally based chiropractic treatment plans for those suffering with chronic conditions. Today, he is the Director of Clinical Applications – Functional Medicine at Biogenetix.



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