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Learn from well-known speakers, earn up to 20 CE hours at The WAVE

Have you thought about how you want to earn this year’s Continuing Education hours?

The WAVE, Life Chiropractic College West’s annual conference in August, is the perfect way to earn up to 20 credits in one shot, while networking and reconnecting with your colleagues. This is the conference to attend to discuss chiropractic philosophy, chiropractic science and adjustive technique.

The theme of The WAVE 2019 is The Science, Philosophy and Art of Chiropractic: The Salutogenic Model. You’ll hear from speakers like Peter Kevorkian, DC, and Jeanne Ohm, DC on how this vitalistic model helps define a brand of chiropractic that offers care during pregnancy and birth to ongoing care that spans a lifetime. We’ll be digging into chiropractic philosophy and examining it closely during these CE hours.

Dan Murphy, DC, will kick off the study of chiropractic science and technique for The WAVE. Expect to hear some of the latest research as you earn your CE credits when you listen to this well-traveled speaker who was named Chiropractor of the Year in 2009-2010.

Attendees will be able to earn as many as 12 hours of CE in philosophy, chiropractic science and adjustive technique on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, Life West will offer an additional 5 hours of CE on X-ray. And for those who are hoping to earn as many as 20 hours of CE over the three-day conference, an additional 3 hours of CE will be offered online at ce.lifewest.edu, including 2 hours in ethics. The CE hours offered through this year’s The WAVE will cover all California mandatory topics.

The price tag for all CE hours is just $50 after registration for The WAVE. This represents a huge savings, as CE seminars can cost hundreds or even thousands for far fewer hours, Life West CE Director Laurie Isenberg said.

Register now on The WAVE website and take those mandatory CE hours off your list of things to do. Learn about the Salutogenic Model, chiropractic science, adjustive technique and more – and get ready to be inspired while reconnecting with chiropractic peers.

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