Since brain growth, synaptic development, imprinting, and susceptibility to input are greatest in the first two years of life, a specific skill set is necessary when evaluating and adjusting the pediatric patient.
Do you have the necessary skills to determine whether a structural or meningeal/tonal correction is appropriate for your pediatric patient?
This 16-hour hands on seminar will not only give you the specific tools to work with both structural and meningeal/tonal subluxations, but these techniques can be incorporated into your current practice paradigm or give you the opportunity to create a whole new set of pediatric adjusting protocols.
No longer will you have doubts about where, when and how to adjust the pediatric patient in a safe, effective and efficient manner.
- Saturday, April 23rd: 9 AM - 6 PM (8 hours)
- Sunday, April 24th: 9 AM - 6 PM (8 hours)
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