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2017 KCA Fall Convention

in Conjunction with Cleveland Homecoming
October 13-15, 2017
Cleveland Chiropractic College
Overland Park, Kansas
20 Hours of CE Available

 

REGISTER ONLINE TODAY!

 

(*to pay by check, please download and complete this PDF registration form)

 

Registration Options for CEUs: All DC registrations include lunch provided on Friday and Saturday,

 

Package Options

Early Bird

(now - Sept 16)

Sept 22 - Oct 11

At the Door

KCA Member Full Package

(Up to 20 hours CEU & Lunches)

PLUS members are FREE

$279

$309

$339

KCA Member Half Package

(Up to 12 hours CEU and Lunches)

PLUS members are FREE

$229

$259

$289

Non-Member Full Package

(Up to 20 hours CEU & Lunches)

$329 $359 $389
Non-Member Half Package

(Up to 12 hours CEU and Lunches)

$279 $309 $339

 

Hotel Information:

A room block has been arranged with the Overland Park Marriott conveniently located near

campus at 10800 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park, KS 66210. The rate of $148 a night for

Thursday-Saturday, October. 12-14, 2017. Reserve your room before Thursday, September 15

at (800) 228-9290. Mention you are a part of the Cleveland Chiropractic College/Kansas

Chiropractic Room Block.

 

Full Seminar Schedule:

 

Friday, October 13, 2017

Current Topics in Chiropractic - Dr. Gerard Clum
8:30-11:30 am (Student Session)

Current Topics in Chiropractic Topics include: chiropractic around the world; chiropractic and health care reform
in America; the chiropractic role in addressing America’s opioid crisis; and chiropractic safety and efficacy.

Clinical Application of Active Care in Chiropractic
Dr. Stuart McIntosh
Dr. Jason Qualls
Faculty-only session 
– 8 am-12 pm
Doctor session 
– 1-5 pm

This presentation introduces the concept of functional movement screening and rehabilitative exercises
to correct dysfunction in the chiropractic office. 

Stroke and Chiropractic Care: What every chiropractor needs to know
Dr. Mark Pfefer
8 am-12 pm (Repeats Saturday, Oct. 14, 8 am-12 pm)

This course covers the association of stroke and chiropractic care, assessment and diagnosis of the
patient with possible stroke presenting in a chiropractic clinic, neurologic assessment review,
dizziness assessment and case studies of patients with neurologic condition presenting for
chiropractic care.

Health Care: The Clinic and Beyond
Dr. Larry Franken
Dr. Abigail Delich
Ms. Jessica Nickels
8 am-12 pm

In the first hour, attendees will discover opportunities for chiropractors and practitioners in workplace
wellness. During hours two and three, participants will examine how data drives evidence-based
health practices to recommend after clinic visits.The final hour is devoted to identifying population
health initiative and examining how to collaborate with programs such as the YMCA. 

Evidence-Informed Assessment and Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Disorders
Dr. Bryan Bond
8 am-12 pm, (Continues 1-5 pm)

This is an eight-hour continuing education course for healthcare providers that frequently
manage musculoskeletal conditions. Human movement analysis, or identifying dysfunctional
motor patterns, may play an important role in pinpointing the underlying cause of symptoms,
rather than simply isolating sources of pain.

Today’s Doctor of Chiropractic: Expert Clinician and CEO
Dr. Jay Greenstein
8 am-12 pm

The Use of Clinical Guidelines to Fight Insurance Company Abuse. Insurance companies and their
associated third party administrators are managing utilization for our patients. Understanding the
evidence based guidelines will help you fight back when you get an unfair denial for the care you are
delivering for your patients. We will examine specific case studies to help walk you through the steps
to fight unfair denials. 

Extremity Extravaganza
Dr. Mitch Mally
1-5 pm 
(Course will be continued on Saturday, Oct. 14, 8 am-12 pm and 1-5 pm)

This course covers evaluation and treatment of the foot/ ankle, knee/hip, low back/leg length,
shoulder/elbow, wrist/hand and TMJ. 

Who is getting audited via HIPAA and OIG and why: creating an A-Z HIPAA program
Dr. Ty Talcott 
1-5 pm (Repeats Saturday, Oct. 14, 8 am-12 pm and 1-5 pm)

Information provided to simplify the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate HIPAA and
OIG compliance program in the typical chiropractic or multidisciplinary clinic, so that the option
exists for the doctor to delegate and/or oversee the majority of this process and/or participate to
whatever level desired. 

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Stroke and Chiropractic Care: What every chiropractor needs to know
Dr. Mark Pfefer
8 am-12 pm

This course covers the association of stroke and chiropractic care, assessment and diagnosis of
the patient with possible stroke presenting in a chiropractic clinic, neurologic assessment review,
dizziness assessment and case studies of patients with neurologic condition presenting for
chiropractic care.

Extremity Extravaganza (continued from Friday)
Dr. Mitch Mally
8 am-12 pm and 1-5 pm

This course covers evaluation and treatment of the foot/ ankle, knee/hip, low back/leg length,
shoulder/elbow, wrist/hand and TMJ.

Who is getting audited via HIPAA and OIG and why: creating an A-Z HIPAA program
Dr. Ty Talcott
8 am-12 pm and 1-5 pm

Information provided to simplify the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate HIPAA
and OIG compliance program in the typical chiropractic or multidisciplinary clinic, so that the
option exists for the doctor to delegate and/or oversee the majority of this process and/or
participate to whatever level desired. 

Ethics in Chiropractic Practice 
Dr. Brian Porteous
8 am-12 pm (Repeats 1-5 pm)

The purpose of this presentation is to review ethics from a healthcare provider’s stand point.
Ethical challenges presented in today’s health care market place will be examined through
case studies. Practical and readily applicable strategies to avoid ethical challenges will be offered.

Holistic Heart Health
Dr. Jack Wolfson 
8 am-12 pm (Repeats 1-5 pm)

This course covers nutrition, cholesterol and advanced lipid analysis, hypertension: the cause
and the cure, as well as gut health and intestinal hyperpermeability syndrome.

Improving Neck and Back Outcomes with Evidence Based Care—Practical application of
active care in the clinic setting

Dr. David Cruz
1-5 pm

This lecture will provide the doctor with the skills necessary to start implementing corrective
exercise programs into their practice without the cost of expensive equipment. This is an
evidence-based course focusing on the principles and concepts of dysfunctional movement
patterns and corrective exercise strategies.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Current Topics in Chiropractic
Dr. Gerard Clum 
8 am-12 pm (Doctor Session)

Current Topics in Chiropractic Topics include: chiropractic around the world; chiropractic and
health care reform in America; the chiropractic role in addressing America’s opioid crisis; and
chiropractic safety and efficacy.

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