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Life West CE plans new seminars for new year in 2020

Life Chiropractic College West

Life Chiropractic College West is hosting new Continuing Education (CE) seminars in 2020 and continuing with a series on adjusting. See the CE website for more information on all of Life West’s CE offerings.

Life West CE courses in January are as follows:

Dr. Dan Prince

Advanced Principles of Lower Extremity Adjusting (CCEP)

  • Saturday, Jan. 25 – Sunday, Jan. 26
  • Dan Prince, DC, CCEP
  • 15 CE hours including 10 Category A Exam/Technique

Being an expert in extremity adjusting may not be for everyone, but being knowledgeable about extremities can help doctors understand how spinal problems may be affected by issues with extremities. This course is part of the Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP) seminar series. Participants may take any seminar in the series.

 

Dr. Eileen Karpfinger

NEW! The Endocannabinoid System for Chiropractors & Health Professionals: Understanding and Supporting the ECS for Optimal Health

  • 8 am – 2 pm Saturday, Jan. 25
  • Eileen Karpfinger, DC
  • 6 CE hours including 4 Nutrition & 2 Category A Ethics
  • Enroll for the full seminar or for ethics only

Dr. Eileen Karpfinger will lead the seminar and discuss everything from the anatomy and biology of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to how an active ECS can impact neurological function, the immune system, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular health, and exercise recovery and sports enhancement. Dr. Karpfinger is teaching the seminar three times this year at Life West, so if you miss this one in January, there will be other opportunities to take the course.

 

Dr. Paul Walton

Smooth Moves – Walton’s Technique Collection for Complex Cases

  • Part of the 12-hour CE Saturday
  • 2 – 8 pm Saturday, Jan. 25
  • Paul Walton, DC
  • 6 CE hours Category A Technique

Paul Walton, DC, returns to the CE curriculum in 2020 with a collection of high-level case studies and creative approaches to technique. In this seminar, he discusses how to evaluate the function and integration of the kinematic chains of the body with muscle testing. Get ready to learn about muscle testing practice techniques and protocols.

 

About Life West CE

Continuing education is a critical part of any practicing chiropractor’s career. The California Board of Chiropractic Examiners requires 24 hours of continuing education to retain an active license, 12 of which must be completed via in-person training. Life West offers exceptional continuing education classes for chiropractors on convenient CE Saturdays, allowing busy clinicians to fulfill a large chunk of their live hours in one day. Stay current with mandated licensing requirements as you hone existing skills and learn about new and developing methodologies.

 

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