I highly recommend taking Introduction to Chiropractic Adjusting (CCA). When I saw the opportunity to have a class online with the Drs. Rosen and Watson, I could hardly wait for it to begin. I have always been interested in cranial work and who better to learn from then ‘The Masters’. I have attended live seminars, but I am one who needs repetition and extra time to grasp concepts, so the format of an online class suited my learning style. On Monday, a concept was addressed in a short video that appeared in our email. Thursday, we received a second email which was a ‘Call to Action’. This helped to organize the concepts presented on Monday. I must admit, occasionally Dr. Rosen talks a little faster than I can comprehend so I could slow the presentation to 75%, and watch several times. There were also several doctors call/zoom meetings to have questions answered and brainstorm with colleagues. Upon completion of the course, I am now a member of the Facebook group for questions, interesting cases and continued learning. Thank you Marty and Nancy.
Praise for Introduction to Cranial Evaluation and Adjusting Protocols
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.
This is an amazing program. I love the fact that it is virtual so I can go back and re-watch and take better notes than I would otherwise be able. Dr. Rosen is such a gift to our profession and I am a better doctor for taking his program!
I just completed your online cranial course. Even at this stage of my career I have a strong desire to learn. Ever since my undergraduate work and learning of a sphenoid bone has intrigued me to no end! The intricacies of how and what Marty teaches appear to “light” me up inside! Since taking Drs. Rosen and Watson's courses all my practices have grown beyond beyond! I do not advertise, nor do have any signs outside all four of the facilities that indicate that I work here! I still find that I have a strong desire to be more and do more and study more…until God wants me to stop! I LOVE Marty’s tutorials that are sent to us during the courses…that are great and informative! I do get behind a bit because I do work a lot…even at this stage of my career! But instead of binge watching TV, I binge watch Marty’s tutorials! I so appreciate you Marty and of course you Nancy as well…and ALL that you offer our profession. Thank you from my heart.
I enjoyed relearning about the importance of CSF fluid and how it moves. It is helpful to explain to practice members why having cranial work done is important to their overall health. I have noticed more and more of the practice members having cranial problems and how profound the work can be in their overall health and there is always something you can learn and be better at. It was a nice easy pace to keep up with each week and even if you fell behind, you could easily catch up. That was great for someone that does not have much extra time but wants to learn. The videos were very helpful for me to learn since I am a visual person. It is important to have someone help so you can practice on them otherwise it is harder to apply the information and techniques. Overall, the course was great and I would take another in the future.
It is always a pleasure to take a class with Dr. Rosen. Each time, I learn more and feel more confident in my skills in Pediatrics and Cranial Adjusting. This introduction to Chiropractic Cranial Adjusting is well organised and easy to follow with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
I have completed the Chiropractic Cranial Course with Drs. Rosen and Watson. It is clear to me that they really want to teach this technique well and have their students learn it well, use it, and help many others. If you have never done cranial work before, you will learn why it can be so powerful and also learn a good many cranial adjustments that you can use in your practice without having to alter your typical patient visit too much!
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.
I really like the online format. It has the flexibility of working into my schedule instead of the other way around like most seminars. It also allows me to go at my own pace and take detailed notes which I have referred back to several times in the office.
Sharon M. Arable, D.C.