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Principled Chiropractic Case Management of the Pediatric Patient

April 28, 2018 @ 8:00 am - April 29, 2018 @ 12:30 pm

Participate in this intensive, rare opportunity to learn the foundational philosophic constructs of pediatric chiropractic care: the why’s, the why not’s and, most importantly the hows with the expert, Daniel Bronstein DC CACCP. We’ll dig deep into the philosophy starting with Stephenson, the Normal Complete Cycle and Special Sense Cycle and more, what they mean for modern chiropractic pediatric care and how they inform us with regards to modern research. We’ll discuss analysis and technique in modernized, yet vitalistic and tonally-based model. Stay for an optional Sunday course during which we’ll walk through challenging pediatric case-studies and grand rounds in a completely congruent principled setting. In 12 hours, we’ll hit the artistic, philosophical and scientific bases for correcting vertebral subluxation in the most challenging children. Bring an open mind and a few challenging cases and we’ll work through together as a team. Leave with the confidence and certainty to deliver the goods on Monday morning. Special discounts early registrations, pre-registrations and for WCCS student delegates and alumni (must present proof of membership for WCCS discounts).

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Location TBD, Paris
Paris, FR
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