By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

I’ve been lax in getting chiropractic seminar information posted to this blog. I did manage to get a post regarding the ChiroEurope May Extravaganza up earlier in the week, but there’s been dozens of seminars and conferences that I didn’t get around to posting. I’ve had a flyer on my desk for a Gonstead technique seminar in Palm Springs California, and I wanted to get that information posted before the event takes place next week.

This is a one-day seminar, taking place on Thursday, March 20, 2008, at the Courtyard Palm Springs 92262. The event is approved for 12 hours of relicensing credits in the states of Arizona and California. Seminar includes information about specific upper cervical and pelvic adjusting techniques, learning how to adjust ribs and when not to adjust ribs, and learning when and when not to use lifts in shoes.

The event is put on by Thornton Consultant Services, and they are based out of Auburn California. According to the flyer, registration fee for the event is $240, and preregistration (not including lunch) is $195. I always recommend you call for details on seminar and conference fees, as they are often subject to change. Phone number to call is 530-268-1386. Thornton chiropractic has more information about their seminars here.

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(photo: This photograph of a floor marker in an underground parking structure is likely to be viewed differently by a chiropractor (and maybe a neurosurgeon). Do you know why?)

Posts like Continued Education may answer some of the questions chiropractors have regarding relicensing in the US. I also dug up a few related posts such as career and images, questions from a premedical student, conference exhibition and other healing events, quantum reflex analysis and nutritional seminars, hotel information for SCT trainings (I am attending all of these), cervical spine trauma symposium (this particular one is already completed), and Webster technique certification.

Not all US chiropractic seminars are listed in this database, but there’s a number of them for chiropractors to browse through, may be helpful for some.