Dr. Rosen's Teaching Schedule

Evaluation & Adjusting Protocols: Correcting Primary Spinal and Cranial Subluxation Patterns

Date October 27-28, 2018
Location Denver
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16 - Hour Pediatric Spinal and Cranial Adjusting Seminar : CLASS FULL - WAITING LIST ONLY

Date November 9-11, 2018
Location Boston, Massachusetts
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This 16-hour comprehensive pediatric spinal and cranial adjusting seminar will cover a complete spinal and cranial examination for the pediatric patient. The examination format will allow the practitioner to determine: the major type of subluxation present – meningeal or structural, the predominant ascending or descending pattern and the primary area of neurological insult. In this way the practitioner will be able to determine the most effective adjusting procedure as well as the first area of the spine or cranium that needs to be addressed to deliver the most effective and efficient adjustment.

Evaluation & Adjusting Protocols: Correcting Primary Spinal and Cranial Subluxation Patterns

Date November 17-18, 2018
Location Minneapolis
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Evaluation & Adjusting Protocols: Correcting Primary Spinal and Cranial Subluxation Patterns

Date December 8-9, 2018
Location San Francisco
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Evaluation & Adjusting Protocols: Correcting Primary Spinal and Cranial Subluxation Patterns

Date January 12-13, 2019
Location Dallas
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16 - Hour Pediatric Spinal and Cranial Adjusting Seminar

Date March 22-24, 2019
Location Boston, Massachusetts
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This 16-hour comprehensive pediatric spinal and cranial adjusting seminar will cover a complete spinal and cranial examination for the pediatric patient. The examination format will allow the practitioner to determine: the major type of subluxation present – meningeal or structural, the predominant ascending or descending pattern and the primary area of neurological insult. In this way the practitioner will be able to determine the most effective adjusting procedure as well as the first area of the spine or cranium that needs to be addressed to deliver the most effective and efficient adjustment.