Now is the time to register for several hot-topic post-graduate and Continuing Education (CE) events on Jan. 26.
See Life Chiropractic College West’s Dr. Dan Murphy, DC, in San Diego as he presents on Pain, the Opiate Crisis and the Chiropractic Alternative. The national Health and Human Services agency called the opiate crisis a public health emergency in 2017, and many say it’s the biggest healthcare disaster in modern history. This class will define the opiate crisis and explore alternatives, including chiropractic care.
Also the same weekend, Life West will host a series of seminars at its Hayward campus.
Life West professor Dr. William Ruch, DC, will teach participants how to identify, assess, and adjust a subluxated pelvis, leg, and other joints in the lower extremities in Examination and Treatment of the Subluxated Pelvis and Leg. Dr. Ruch is a well-known speaker in the chiropractic world and has written several chiropractic textbooks. View them here.
Dr. Lani Simpson, DC, CCD (Certified Clinical Densitometrist), has shared her expertise on osteoporosis in lecture halls, at The WAVE annual conference, on PBS, and in many books and other publications. She will discuss the importance of bone density testing and the significance it plays in an aging body in Down to the Bone! How to Prevent and Manage Osteoporosis. In addition, Dr. Simpson will discuss digestive health, diet and exercise and how they affect the bones in the body.
Life West is also introducing a new ethics class on Jan. 26, with Life West faculty member Dr. Wayne Coleman. Dr. Coleman will share his deep understanding of ethics and California chiropractic law in Ethics Top 10: Common Board Violations & How to Prevent Them. His two-hour seminar will help uncover the common and surprising pitfalls than can stop a practice from being cost-effective and ruin any practicing chiropractor’s reputation.
Earn up to 12 CE hours when you attend Dr. Murphy’s San Diego seminar, or the seminars set for the Hayward campus. See what else Life West has to offer at ce.lifewest.edu. Or call (510) 780-4508 to get your seat and earn CE credits!