This 4 12-hour hands-on seminar series offers a complete pediatric spinal and cranial examination an
adjusting model for the practitioner who wants to advance their pediatric adjusting skills and practice to
the next level.
Early Registration Prices
These are early registration fees valid until June 1, 2018. After June 1st the individual seminar fee will be $550 for doctors and $450 for students. The 4 seminar registration fee will be $2000 for doctors and $1600 for students.
$450.00 per seminar or pay in advance for all four seminars: $1600.00
$350.00 per seminar or pay in advance for all four seminars: $1200.00
This seminar includes specific case management and integration of spinal, cranial and soft tissue
adjusting techniques. Specific protocols to address common pediatric challenges will also be covered
Vagus nerve involvement
Tongue-tie and palate evaluation and correction
Pediatric TMD corrections
Condition specific protocols including: autonomic nervous system imbalance, sensory and proprioceptive
disorders, hyperactivity syndromes, immune system issues and others
Continuing Education (CE) Credit Information
NOTE: New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) provides Continuing education (CE) credit
The following states are currently approved for license renewal credits:
CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IN, IL, IA, MA, MD, MI, MO, MS, NE, NH NJ, NM, NY, ND, OR, PA, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WA, WY and Puerto Rico
Above is the list of States we have applied for CE for the Rosen Pediatric Seminar Series. If you plan on attending, want CE credits and you need another state covered, please sign up 120 days in advance so we can apply. The excess cost of the approval application may be passed on to the attendee.
How to Request CE Credits
Individual or Series Seminar Registration: CE credits must be requested at the time of seminar registration directly on the registration form.
CE Credits Request Fee: $45 per 12-hour class. This fee is to be paid at the time of your registration, is additional to seminar cost and is non-refundable.
As an attendee, it is your responsibility to be aware of the continuing education rules and regulations of the state(s)/provinces in which you are licensed, including what topics are acceptable for continuing education/license renewal credit.
License Renewal: While applications relating to credit hours for license renewal in selected states have been executed for these programs, it remains attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from whom they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approve both venue and content as they relate to any seminar/course/lecture/webinar /online presentation (event). Neither a speaker's or exhibitor's presence at said event, nor product mention or display, shall in any way constitute NYCC endorsement. NYCC's role is strictly limited to processing, submitting, and archiving program documents on behalf of course sponsors.
We do not apply for CE credits outside of North America.
If you attend a location outside of the United States but are requesting CE credits for a US state license, the CE policy stated above applies. Please contact us if the state you are seeking is not on the list of auto-approved states. An additional application process and fee may apply.
With the exception of Alberta, Canadian provinces do not require an application or fee from the seminar host for CE. Therefore it is your responsibility as the attending doctor to request approval and report your attendance to your province licensing bodies. It is also your responsibility to maintain your own attendance records.
We must apply to Alberta for CE approval in order to offer CE to attendees. Therefore, attendees seeking CE credits will be charged $45 per class for this service, as stated in our policy above.
Meet The Instructors
Dr. Martin Rosen
For over 30 years he has taught SOT® Technique (Sacro Occipital Technique), craniopathy, and pediatrics
nationally and internationally: as well as lecturing on practice management, philosophy and neurology.
He has written the only Pediatric Participant Guide for S.O.T, The Pediatric SOT® Spinal and Cranial
Adjusting Manuals, as well as a chapter on SOT® in the 2nd Edition of Chiropractic Pediatrics.
Dr. Rosen has been a guest speaker numerous organizations such as SOTO-USA, ICPA, SORSI, ICA-MA,
Massachusetts Alliance for Chiropractic Philosophy, The Berkshire Event, WCA Clinical Symposium,
Forsythe Dental Clinic, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Channel 56 Health Expo and Children's
Hospital of Boston.
Dr. Erin Rosen received her doctorate in chiropractic from Life University in September of 2013 after
which time she practiced in Colorado and Georgia before returning to Massachusetts in 2015. As a
second-generation chiropractor she is motivated to make a difference in the healthcare field. Her
leadership roles while in chiropractic school included: President of the Sacro Occipital Technique® (SOT®)
Club, Member of the Appropriations and Professional Leadership Committee, research track scholarship
recipient, proctor for the 180 hour International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)
certification series, instructor for SOT® seminars and the 1st student certified in SOT® by SOTO-USA.
Nancy Watson is a 1982 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Life Chiropractic College. She lives in Natick,
Massachusetts and practices with her husband Martin Rosen, DC and daughter, Erin Rosen, DC in Wellesley,
MA. Her other daughter, Emily is the Chief Operating Office of the Institute for The Psychology of
Eating. Both daughters were born at home.
Dr. Watson spent the first several years after graduation from Life University raising and home schooling her
daughters. During this time she also co-managed a non-profit company, "Erin's Helping Hands", with her
daughter Erin that at its peak included approximately 400 volunteers and ran numerous charitable