Join the Waitlist!
Subscribe below to be notified when registration opens.
Drs. Rosen and Watson met in 1978 in Chiropractic school and spent the rest of their lives dedicated to each other, their family and their profession.
How would you like to be the go-to chiropractor for cranial adjusting?
Rise to Expert Status
Get Consistent Referrals from other Health Care Professionals
Attain a Unique Skill Set to Create a Constant New Patient Flow
Grow Your Lifetime Care Practice Effortlessly
You will learn the functional anatomy and physiology of cranial bone motion, cerebrospinal fluid mechanics, and specific cranial landmarks and indicators to facilitate both your understanding and application of cranial adjusting techniques.
CCA will allow you to expand your practice and patient care to the next level while at the same time creating confidence and consistency in your personal skill set. Imagine getting constant referrals from colleagues and other health care practitioners for your ability to help patients in need when others cannot.
12 Individual Classes
Bonus! Class Workbooks
Bonus! Private Community
Bonus! Live Q&As with Both Doctors
Take a look at what we'll cover ...
Class 1 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Cranium
Class 2 - Cerebro Spinal Fluid (CSF) Mechanics
Class 3 - Sutures/Landmarks/Fontanels and Primary and Secondary Motion
Class 4 - Cranial Landmarks and Dural Meningeal System and Cranial Dural Membranes
Class 5 - Flexion and Extension on Inhalation and Exhalation
Class 6 - Cranial Palpation Exercise
Class 7 - Cranial Bone Contacts and Adjusting Guidelines
Class 8 - Cranial Techniques
- Cranial Antidote and Skull Molding
Class 9 - CSF Techniques
- Cranial Rhythm Impulse Technique
- CSF Balancing
- CSF Regulatory Technique
- Occipital Pump and Spread,
- Ventricular Bulb
Class 10 - Sphenobasilar and Temporal Bone
- Sphenobasialr Sympysis Technique - Occipital Frontal Approach
- Temporal Bone
- RTRT, Reciprocrating Technique, Accelerator Bulb
Class 11 - Frontal Bone and Fruit Jar Techniques
Class 12 - Symptom Specific Techniques
- Eustachian Tube
- Sagittal Parietal Spread
- Cranial Bowl Lift
"Recently, I had the pleasure of taking Peak Potential Institutes online Introduction to Cranial Adjusting class. I had previous experience learning from Drs. Rosen & Watson through the ICPA. There was so much knowledge and experience to be shared it was a little overwhelming. I was a student back then and those weekend seminars felt a lot like drinking water from a fire hose in addition to all the information my brain was already processing. I definitely learned the value of cranial adjusting but I wasn’t able to integrate the technique into my work in clinic and upon graduating I joined an established practice that didn’t use cranial adjusting in their systems. Fast forward to private practice, I began to notice that while I often got great results with my practice members sometimes I’d hit a wall. Either people didn’t get better or they couldn’t hold their adjustment. Cranial adjusting would always come up for me and I was feeling pretty frustrated at the need to refer these cases to a local CST for resolution. So, I began to seriously revisit the idea of learning this powerful work when I saw this course. To be honest, I was a little unsure about how effective taking a technique class online would be. I’m so glad I set those concerns aside though because let me tell you, unlike those weekend seminars I had a front row seat. The videos were at once informative but short and to the point making them easy to assimilate. They were not rushed and were organized in a very effective and easy to understand manner. I replayed many of them which you can’t do live and I even had the option to slow the speed of the video if I needed extra time to absorb what was being said. The videos were supplemented with transcripts, excellent notes, homework to help integrate the skills, multiple opportunities to connect via zoom and ask questions and an active Facebook community from which I learned a lot by others questions. At the end of this course I am equipped with several techniques and parameters for when to use them that have already improved my clinical outcomes. If you are considering taking this course I cannot recommend it highly enough. It’s well worth the investment in yourself and your practice members. I’m looking forward to diving deeper into the topic with further modules as time goes on."
Dr Sharon Dongarra
"After 37 years in practice, I took the Introduction to Chiropractic Cranial Adjusting course this past winter. Having wanted to learn about cranial adjusting for a while, I turned to the experts and was glad that I did. This is a very thorough introduction, which gave me the knowledge, understanding and tools to be able to begin to implement what I learned from the course into my practice. I liked the online format as I could get to the materials at my convenience and also review the notes and watch (and rewatch) the videos until I understood what was being taught. My questions were all answered quickly and completely in the Facebook group.
For those familiar with Cranial adjusting, I would imagine this is a good review and will help with the nuances of the technique. For those, like me, who are novices, it’s a great way to start."
Dr. Kim Stetzel