In conjunction with the Israeli Chiropractic Society, Life Chiropractic College West will hold a special event in Jerusalem this fall. Life West President Ron Oberstein, DC, will join Dan Murphy, DC, and Jeff Scholten, DC, for a two-day seminar, scheduled for Nov. 7-8 at the Ramada Jerusalem Hotel.
Dr. Oberstein will kick off the event with opening remarks, which will focus on how chiropractic professionals can best help grow chiropractic on a global level. In this discussion, which is scheduled for 10 am local time, Dr. Oberstein will also explain the impact of global success stories from around the world, some of which have been made possible by recent Life West service trips to countries such as India and Tonga.
Following Dr. Oberstein’s remarks, Dr. Murphy will take the stage for a presentation on the science and philosophy of chiropractic. His discussion will also include reviews of recent chiropractic literature, as well as a dialogue with the audience.
Lunch will be served from 1-2 pm, and Dr. Murphy’s session will continue until 5 pm. Following a break, a gala dinner will be held at 7 pm at the hotel to conclude the first day of the program.
The second day of the seminar will feature a four-hour discussion hosted by Dr. Scholten, which begins at 9 am. Dr. Scholten, president of the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association or NUCCA, will discuss vertebral subluxation and chiropractic technique with a focus on the craniocervical junction.
Following Dr. Scholten’s presentation, seminar attendees can spend the remainder of the afternoon and evening enjoying everything Jerusalem has to offer.
While the seminar formally concludes with Dr. Scholten’s session, there are also activities scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 9. The slate includes a guided tour of Jerusalem. Reservations for the guided tour are available for $99 and can be purchased along with registration for the seminar itself.
The event offers 10 CE hours, and spots can be purchased for $399. This cost includes both lunch and the gala dinner on Thursday, and additional spots at the dinner are available for an additional $50 cost.
Rooms at the Ramada Jerusalem Hotel can be reserved at a tourist rate of $190 per night. The rate for Israeli residents is $228 per night.
Visit the official event page to register and access more event information.