APPLIED SCIENCES - CHIROPRACTIC NEWS SERVICE and ALERTS
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International Chiropractors Association Council on Applied Chiropractic Sciences
WINNIPEG TRT™ SEMINAR FEATURES TONAL MODEL FOR ASSESSMENT, ADJUSTMENT AND SPECIAL MODULE ON NEURAL SCANNING
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND NEURODEGENERATION INCLUDES TOP SCIENTISTS AND CLINICIANS, LEADING EDITORS, AND REAL-PATIENT SCENARIOS AND INSIGHTS FROM OLYMPIC ATHLETES AND CLINICIAN PATIENTS
Falls Church, Virginia, November 3, 2015: The International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience will feature a dynamic series of world renowned faculty addressing topics central to Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurodegeneration that will include special participation by real patients relating their experiences this December 13-14, 2015 in Orlando, Florida. Top scientists and clinicians will be presenting at the podium along with leading Carrick Institute faculty, including ICA Life Member, Dr. Ted Carrick, with an exciting combination of deans and department heads from highly respected institutions including Yale Medical School, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Cambridge, London, and Emory to share current research, insights and clinical applications.
The topics discussed by this dynamic faculty includes clinical approaches to a range of clinically critical concerns: concussion, dystonia, dementia, Alzheimer’s, sports performance, neurological research, mental health stigmas, neuro-orthopedic rehab of brain injury, fall prevention in the brain injured, youth sports concussions, pediatric concussion, cerebral plasticity, clinical case reviews, gender differences in the field of depression, translational neuroscience, neurosurgical and chiropractic perspectives, alternative treatments of psychiatric disorders, head and eye movements in brain injury, and a vital update on the present understanding of neurodegeneration.
Real patient scenarios and insights into what a brain injury means from the viewpoint of the patient includes personal perspectives of living after a traumatic brain injury by an Olympic athlete and a clinician. The program is approved by the ICA Council on Applied Chiropractic Sciences and the ISCN 2015 program and registration details, including faculty bios and topics, are posted at: www.iscn2015.com.
DR. DAN MURPHY BRINGS VITAL UPDATES TO CHIROPRACTIC MANAGEMENT
OF SPINAL TRAUMA IN SPECIAL SEMINAR THIS AUGUST IN SEATTLE, WA
Internationally recognized authority in spinal trauma and educator Dr. Daniel J. Murphy will highlight recent research findings and correlate vital and practical insights for optimal clinical applications to chiropractic care of spinal trauma patients in a special seminar over August 16-17 in Seattle, Washington. Read More>>
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