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Rehab of the Lumbar Spine

When: Feb. 9th & 10th, 2013
Where: Rocky Hill, CT

Become Board Certified in Rehabilitation

12 module program satisfying the lecture/workshop requirement leading to Diplomate Status in the

American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board®
February 9th and 10th, 2013
Rehabilitation of the Lumbar Spine
Connecticut Chiropractic Association
2257 Silas Deane Highway
Rocky Hill, Ct. 60067

This module presents the best available evidence to support evaluation, rehabilitation and implementation principles for treating the lumbar spine. Static posture analysis, lower body stretching, as well as functional anatomy and the management of low back pain will be taught. An introduction to basic rehabilitation principles, advanced assessment of motor control, and body weight exercises will also be offered.

Chad Buohl, DC, DACRB
Eugene Seraphim, DC, DACRB
Mitchell B. Green, DC, DACRB
George Petruska, DC, DACRB

To register, contact NYCC Post Graduate Department at (800) 434-3955 ext. 132, or online at www.nyccpostgrad.com. Cost is $299 per module ($349 when paid less than 7 days prior to the first seminar date of the month). For course and program information, contact Mitch Green, DC, DACRB at (212) 269-0300. Contact the ACRB for additional online material and testing requirements at info@acrb.org.

License Renewal: Appropriate applications relating to credit hours for license renewal in selected states have been executed for these programs. For information regarding these applications, please contact the NYCC Postgraduate Department at 800 -434-3955. The presence of a speaker or an exhibitor at a NYCC-sponsored or co-sponsored program does not represent an endorsement by NYCC, nor is the presence of a product at a NYCC-sponsored program to be construed as a product endorsement or a testimonial by NYCC as to the quality of the product.

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