Join me in Florida March 23-25 for a Koch Protocols Seminar

Please join me in Florida in March for Seminars 1 and 2 of my 3 part seminar series    Koch Integrated Advanced Chiropractic Techniques.

My next hands-on intensive technique training seminar begins March 23, 2018. I’d like to invite you to join me.

Seminar 1 — March 23, 24, 25                Seminar 2 — March 26, 27

Part One will be offered Friday March 23 through Sunday March 25,         Part Two follows on March 26 and 27.

You are welcome to take either one or both seminars.

See It – Feel It – Do It

We are keeping the seminar small to give every participant the opportunity to maximize the learning experience and get as much out of each session as he or she can.  The goal is for each doctor to “See It, Feel It and Do It.”  You will see me perform my protocols, experience the way it feels to be adjusted this way, and get the opportunity to do the techniques by practicing on each other.

Seminar Part One will cover the basics of the Koch Protocols technique approach including my unique approach to the first visit examination, consultation and treatment.

I do a very complete examination during the first visit to determine weakness and imbalance throughout the structure.  And no matter what issue the patient presents as the main problem, I always begin my treatment by balancing the pelvis. As with the foundation of a house, if it is not level and balanced, nothing in the house will be level, strong or stable.

Therefore, much of this first seminar will be focused on balancing the pelvis.  I will spend a lot of time teaching the examination and treatment protocols I use to achieve this, including my use of the ArthroStim and VibraCussor instruments, SOT blocks, and the methods I use to determine what category of SOT blocking is most appropriate according to examination indicators. I will also teach my procedure for manually releasing the psoas.

Seminar Part Two will focus on the specific evaluation and treatment of the thoracic and cervical spine with the objective of re-establishing the functional inter-relationship between the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine and providing an understanding of the difference between a segmental vs. a regional approach to spinal correction.

I will teach you how I use both instrument and specific manual adjusting techniques for the thoracic and cervical spine, including how I do Gonstead cervical chair adjustments, which I find gets far more specific and effective results than other manual cervical adjusting techniques. 

I will also teach my favorite cervical adjustment: a three dimensional seated occipital technique, which he learned from Dr. Clay Thompson.

I have often said, “If I could only do one cervical move it would be Dr. Thompson’s occipital adjustment.”

I will also teach some low force bio-cranial treatments, internal TMJ corrections and other specific soft tissue orthopedic techniques to give you the tools to deal with your most difficult and challenging cases.

If time allows I will also cover how I do extremity adjusting for fast, effective results that wow my patients. I am often able to correct issues with the extremities that patients have had for years. Quickly, easily and effectively.

Kiana and I look forward to having you join us for new Adventures in Practice.  We know it will be professionally rewarding – and a lot of fun too!

Call Kiana at 352-729-2678 to register.

The cost of the seminars is:

Part One only — $250                                Discounted price for students: $150

Part One and Two together — $400     Discounted price for students: $250

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