Foot Levelers Seminars

Foot Levelers Seminar Series is for chiropractors looking to advance their practice and stay up-to-date with what is happening in the industry.

At these seminars, chiropractors will learn how to enhance their patients' health, get the latest on adjusting techniques, earn CEUs and much more.

For more details on topics and speakers, and to register for a seminar, visit the Health Professionals Center. A username and password are required.


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Advanced Extremity Adjusting : Deliberate Practice Protocols

Mark Charrette, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • A review of the simple adjusting protocols to address the most common subluxation patterns in the feet, knees, hips, wrists, elbows, and shoulders.
  • How to get great results on knees.
  • Expand on the basic extremity adjusting protocols to learn more in depth adjusting techniques including the ribs and TMJ.

April 26-27 - Boise, ID (Springhill Suites)
May 10-11 - Salt Lake City, UT
May 17-18 - Dallas, TX (Parker University)
May 31-June 1 - Baltimore, MD (Hilton Garden Inn BWI)

CE provided by Parker University

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Documentation, Compliance, and ICD-10 Coding

Mario Fucinari, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn New Documentation Guidelines for insurance companies, including ICD-10, EHR and Medicare now makes your documentation critical.
  • Learn the requirements for the Electronic Health Records (EHR) guidelines and Meaningful Use. Dr. Mario will instruct you in the changes you must begin now to ensure proper reimbursement.
  • You will take away procedures and knowledge that can be applied to your patients on Monday morning.

April 12-13 - Wilmington, DE (Sheraton Suites Wilmington)

CE provided by Cleveland Chiropractic College

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Stress, Structure, and Neurology

Brian Jensen, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Explore the most prevalent causes of pain, disease and degeneration and learn practical ideas for the evaluation and treatment of the modern patient.
  • Gain insight into effectively communicating these complex ideas to patients.
  • Go beyond simple condition-based care and correlate the early teachings about the subluxation complex with some of the latest technological advances in the profession.

March 29-30 - Columbia, SC (Columbia Marriott)
June 14-15 - Chicago, IL (Four Points Sheraton O'Hare)

CE provided by Palmer CED

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Biomechanics and the High School Athlete

Tim Maggs, DC

What you'll learn:

  • How to become the high school chiropractor in your area and generate excitement in your practice
  • Common sports injuries and how to treat them

April 5-6 - Denver, CO (Holiday Inn East Stapleton)
April 12-13 - Boston, MA (Hilton Logan)
May 3-4 - Philadelphia, PA (Hilton Philadelphia Airport)

CE provided by Logan College of Chiropractic

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Dr. Mally's Extremity Extravaganza

Mitch Mally, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn foot/ankle biomechanics, hands-on technique workshop, Procedural Analysis and Measurement of the “Core Center of Gravity"
  • Become the "Leading Extremity Expert in Your Community" and apply what you've learned immediately ... impress your patients Monday morning, generate new leads and referrals. 

March 22-23 - Columbus, OH
May 3-4 - Portland, OR (Hilton Garden Inn Airport)
May 17-18 - Hartford, CT (Doubletree Bradley Airport)

CE provided by Cleveland Chiropractic College

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Documentation Principles and Their Effect on ICD 10 Coding, Compliance 

and Risk Management 

Kathy Mills Chang, MCS-P

What you'll learn:

  • Understand the mechanics of moving a patient from the beginning of an episode of care, from initial history, through exam, diagnosis and treatment planning, and how this section of the visit constitutes Evaluation and Management of the patient.
  • Understand the differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10 and command the mechanics of ICD-10 using new naming conventions, external causes, and other incident specific indicators
  • Follow Evaluation and Management documentation guidelines for new and established patients and learn to apply the chiropractor’s work to determine effective levels of service.

March 1-2 - Roanoke, VA (Foot Levelers)
April 26-27 - Phoenix, AZ (Hilton Phoenix Airport)
May 31-June 1 - Omaha, NE (Hilton Garden Inn Omaha West)

CE provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University

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An Olympic Approach: A Systematic Method to Assess & Treat Lower Extremity Injuries 

Jon Mulholland, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Using the “Joint-By-Joint” approach to assess, and treat, your patients.  This will immediately streamline your examination process and focus.
  • Learn a variety of new home exercises and soft-tissue mobility drills that your patients will love, and keep a steady stream of referrals pouring into your office.
  • Discover how to effectively spot common bio-mechanical issues with runners and how to manage, and correct, common running technique mistakes.

March 1-2 - Chicago, IL (Four Points Sheraton O'Hare)
March 15-16 - Portsmouth, NH (Sheraton Harborside)
May 17-18 - Cedar Rapids, IA (Cedar Rapids Marriott)

CE provided by Cleveland Chiropractic College

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Diagnosis, ICD-9, and New ICD-10 C.M. w/Documentation, plus New Medicare Rules

Ken Murkowski, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Learn how to continue effective usage of the ICD-9CM codes while preparing for the new ICD-10CM Codes/Crossovers and new Rules and Regulations for diagnostic coding. 
  • Ensure proper utilization of the three categories of ICD Diagnosis Codes for the three types of care (Acute, Chronic, and Maintenance) to achieve maximum reimbursement.
  • This program is a must for DC/CA’s dealing with CMS and OIG!

April 5-6 - Seattle, WA (Hilton Garden Inn Seattle/Renton)
April 26-27 - Buffalo, NY (Courtyard by Marriott Airport)

CE provided by New York Chiropractic College 

For more details on topics and speakers, and to register for a seminar, visit the Health Professionals Center. A username and password are required.

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Supporting Your Body From Toes to Nose

Kevin Wong, DC

What you’ll learn:

  • Everything you need to know from "A to Z" about understanding and treating the feet and extremities and why they are so vital to whole body health.
  • Dr. Kevin will help you understand very basic to advanced extremity and spinal adjusting as he works with you from the ground up.
  • Provide the advanced knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully work with patients suffering from musculoskeletal impairments, imbalances, or post-rehabilitation concerns.
  • Clinical skills and information about the feet, extremities and spine that you can use in practice every day!

March 29-30 - Minneapolis, MN (Embassy Suites Airport)
May 17-18 - Albany, NY (Hilton Garden Inn Airport)
June 7-8 - Bristol, VA (Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites)

CE provided by Northwestern Health Sciences University