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Information for DCs:

  Information for Exhibitors: 
Hotel

The 2018 Spring Convention will be held at the Drury Plaza Hotel

Broadview. Your room rate includes breakfast, evening snacks and

beverages, wireless Internet and much more!

Call 800.325.0720 to book your room.

  Sponsorship Opportunities

Exhibitor Registration Form

Hotel Information

Registration Fees

12 hours of CE will be offered at the 2018 Spring Convention.

   

 

 

 

Registration Options 

 Early Bird

(by 3/30/2018)

 After 3/30/2018
 KCA Plus Members  

FREE

(must register)

 

FREE

(must register) 

 KCA Member: 12 hrs of CEUs and Saturday Lunch

$295 

 $345 

 Non-member: 12 hrs of CEUs and Saturday Lunch $395
$445
 KCA Student Members (subject to verification)  $50  $55 
 Chiropractic Assistant (Skill Builders Only) Click HERE for info  

 

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SEMINAR SCHEDULE

   

Saturday, 8 am - noon (4 hrs Category 1)

April 21st           

   
     

"Extremity Adjustments, Stabilization, & Rehabilitation Techniques -- Lower Extremities"

  • Introduction to the biochmechanics of the lower extremities
  • Adjustments to stabilize the pelvis and hips
  • Adjustments for knees, ankles, and feet
  • Rehabilitation and stabilization of the lower extremities
  William Austin, DC  

 "Chronic Disease Management -- Part I"

  • Introduction - the evidence for inflammation as the cause
    underlying all common chronic diseases.
  • Basics of identifying inflammation/nutritional problems
  • Introduction to key laboratory tests and how they relate to
    expression of back pain and diverse chronic diseases.
  • A documentation approach for tracking chronic disease markers.

David R. Seaman, DC, MS, DABCN

 
Saturday, 1 pm - 5 pm (4 hrs Category 1) 
   

   

"Extremity Adjustments, Stabilization, & Rehabilitation

Techniques -- Upper Extremities"

  • Introduction to how the kinetic chain affects the
    biomechanicals of the upper extremities.
  • Adjustments for the shoulders.
  • Adjustments for the elbows, wrists, and hand.
  • Rehabilitation and stabilization of the upper extremities.
William Austin, DC   

 "Chronic Disease Management -- Part 2"

  • Diet-induced pro-inflamatory state
  • Diet-induced endotoxemia
  • Chronic disease and obesity
  • Barriers to effective weight management
 David R. Seaman, DC, MS, DABCN  

   

Sunday, 8 am - noon (4 hrs Category 1) 

April 22nd

   
   

 

"Chronic Disease Management -- Part 3"

  • Chronic local and widespread pain
  • Cholesterol issues and cardiovascular disease
  • Hypertension
  • Patient Management Issues
   
     
Sunday Skill Builders - Category 2    

8 am - 8:45 am

"Charitable Health Care" - 1 hr Category 2

David Gear, Executive Director

Guadalupe Clinic

 

9 am - 9:45 am

 "IT Security in Your Chiropractic Office" - 1 hr Category 2

Brendan Jensen, CEO

Jensen Communications

 

10:15 am - 11 am

"Performance Management: The Key to Employment
Development"
- 1 hr Category 2

Phillip M. Hayes, SPHR

VP, HR Services and Operations

The Arnold Group - A Human Resource Company

 

11am - 11:45 am

"Respectful Workplace: Valuing Diversity" - 1 hr Category 2

Phillip M. Hayes, SPHR

VP, HR Services and Operations

The Arnold Group - A Human Resource Company

 

 

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