Personal Injury for the 21st Century
Designed to improve your personal injury care. Whether you are a seasoned doctor who has worked for years on PI cases, or have never ventured into the waters of personal injury this course is for you.
We will take you through a complete and sound protocol for treating, billing, compliance, and coding personal injury cases. By the end of this course you will have the tools needed to expand and improve your personal injury treatment. This will result in more referrals to your practice because you will be getting better settlements for your patients.
Personal Injury and Rehab - Instructor
Dr. Mike Robertson, DC is the founder of Chiro21 Seminars and teaches our PI courses and sometimes the Rehab course.
Total Rehab for the 21st Century - Instructor
Dr. Cyrus Laali, DC is the dynamic and engaging speaker who handles our Rehab seminars.
Total Rehab for the 21st Century
Once upon a time our doctors went to a rehab seminar hoping to get practical information on incorporating rehab procedures into a clinical practice. Unfortunately, this was not the reality of their experience. Frustration mounted. Solutions were created. The Total Rehab seminar was conceived.
This seminar is designed to go through scalable protocols for rehabilitation of the entire musculoskeletal system with an emphasis on the spine. It includes relevant billing and coding procedural review to ensure reimbursement for your services. Our objective is that you will be able to leave the seminar with the knowledge and protocols you need to immediately implement active rehab into your practice.
Everybody wants to do stuff with nutrition that will help their patients. We found Dr. Webster, DC who has been doing this for the past 15 years succesfully. We talked to him about putting together a seminar with us that goes through everything you would need to know to add nutritional practices to your practice to help manage musculoskeletal complaints. Dr. Webster, DC teaches both of our nutrition courses.
Nutrition and Joint Health for the 21st Century covers nutritional and lifestyle interventions supported by the current scientific literature that can improve joint health for your patients. This course emphasizes the underlying mechanisms of joint integrity, inflammation, and metabolic conditions that can affect musculoskeletal complaints.
Nutrition - The Effects of Obesity and Metabolism on Musculoskeletal Conditions in the 21st Century covers obesity trends and metabolic changes that affect the musculoskeletal system. This course emphasizes dietary and nutritional trends and modifications that contribute to and/or reduce obesity which can affect musculoskeletal complaints.
Nutrition Courses- Instructor
Dr Jeremy Webster, DC leads all of our nutrition course work. He taps into his years of radio work and practice in nutrition to keep the courses engaging.
Chiropractic and the Barbell Trained Athlete - Instructor
Dr. Andy Abele, DC is our resident fitness expert and instructor. He combines his passion of teaching with his success in fitness to present an enjoyable seminar full of useful content.
Chiropractic and the Barbell Trained Athlete
You ever wonder; "How did that doc get to work with the NFL?". Dr. Abele, DC can tell you a story about how he applied his background and experience in barbell athletics to obtain employment with the New Orleans Saints.
This seminar is designed to go through best clinical practices to assess the function and performance of barbell trained athletes (for the uninitiated, that's folks who lift weights). Dr. Abele, DC will review methods for analyzing movement patterns that may be injurious and how to correct them. He also covers incorporating barbell-based movement patterns into clinical rehab.
Matering the Shoulder Complex
Shoulders, everybody has them and sometimes they can really be a pain. What's a chiropractor to do?
That's the question that gets answered thoroughly in this course. Shoulder complaints represent a huge portion of the musculoskeletal care market and a substantial source of discomfort and disability for the population we serve. Dr. John Buoniconti shares his vast clinical experience and expertise in working with and succesfully rehabilitating countless shoulder patients over the years. His goal is to send you home at the end of the course with a plethora of clinically useful skills for you practice and patients.
Mastering the Shoulder Complex - Instructor
Dr. Buoniconti is an emerging industry leader specializing in the diagnosis and management of non-axial musculoskeletal injuries in combination with chiropractic care. His passion for the profession and forward thinking have led him to seek out opportunities for the profession that will facilitate growth and acceptance of chiropractic as the primary path for all musculoskeletal conditions. One of those key opportunities is managing the diagnosis and treatment of the extremities both conservatively and by comanaging with other medical providers. The chiropractic profession has traditionally overlooked the needs of post-surgical patients and Dr. Buoniconti intends to move our profession forward in treating these patients and helping more lives.
Chiropractic Certainty - Exclusively Available as in Person hours in Oklahoma - Instructor
Dr. Nathan Wooten, DC Dr. Wooten has been working in the chiropractic and rehabilitation fields for over 25 years.
He has operated and grown multiple high volume clinics based on his ability to effectively communicate chiropractic's purpose, philosophy, and effectiveness to thousands and thousands of patients.
Having 25 years of experience in the chiropractic and rehabilitation fields, Dr Wooten was puzzled by the lack of support and unity for chiropractic amongst the general public, other medical professionals. and even amongst chiropractors. This brought up many questions about chiropractic and it's validity over the course of his career.
This course is the culmination of his career-long effort to figure out why chiropractic is not currently the #1 choice for healthcare. We will cover answers to questions of career identity, the lack of respect in the community of health care, and discussions of philosophy. This will be supported and combined with specific research to dispel myths and clear up discrepancies that hurt us professionally. We must challenge ourselves to elevate our profession practically in the clinical setting as well as socially in our discussions with our peers.