Spring 2020 Convention // Speakers

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All the State of Michigan’s required courses – one hour in ethics, one hour in sexual boundaries, one hour in pain and symptom management, two hours in the performance and ordering of tests, and two hours in physical measures – are available.

See course descriptions for the number of CEs available and which classes apply for each required course. 


Note: Speaker notes, when provided by speaker, can be found within the speaker/session descriptions below.

Alan Sokoloff, DC


Taking Chiropractic Care to the Next Level: Lessons Learned in the Professional and College Training Room
Friday, April 24: 4-8p
4 CEs Possible | Pain and Symptom Management, Performance and Ordering of Tests

Lynn Teachworth, LMT


Structural Dynamics: Myofascial Strategies for Thoracic Spine Mobility and Effects on Cervical, Lumbar and Shoulder Function
Friday, April 24: 4-8p
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
7 CEs Possible for MT's and DC's | Pain and Symptom Management, Physical Measures

Jamie Engel, DC


Certainty Through Science
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
3 CEs Possible | Pain and Symptom Management, Performance and Ordering of Tests

Cindy Howard, DC


How Concussion, Infection, Stress, and Nutrition are Related
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
3 CEs Possible | Pain and Symptom Management, Performance and Ordering of Tests

Daniel Bai, DC


"Do Level" Chiropractic Philosophy
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
3 CEs Possible

Mark Charrette, DC


Adjusting and Stabilizing the Lower Extremities
Saturday, April 25: 2-6p
Sunday, April 26: 8a-12p
8 CEs Possible | Pain and Symptom Management. Physical Measures.

Christopher Passalacqua, DC


The Miracle of Our Innate Intelligence
Saturday, April 25: 2-6p
4 CEs Possible

David Seaman, DC


Chronic Pain and Depression - The Nutrition Connection
Sunday, April 26: 8a-12p
4 CEs Possible | Pain and Symptom Management, Performance and Ordering of Tests

Rebecca Ault, DC


Chiropractic and Ethics Aligned
Sunday, April 26: 8-10a
2 CEs Possible | Ethics and Sexual Boundaries

Jay Greenstein, DC


Chiropractic Exponentially: Building the Practice and Profession of the Future
Friday, April 24: 4-8p
4 CEs Possible

Ms. Kristi Hudson


Using Technology to Improve Outcomes Through Patient Engagement
Friday, April 24: 4-6p
CA CLASS

5 Easy Steps to Run a More Efficient Practice
Friday, April 24: 6-8p
CA CLASS

Rule Your Chiropractic World! 10 Steps to Practice Success
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
3 CEs Possible

Mr. Bharon Hoag


Rule Your Chiropractic World! 10 Steps to Practice Success
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
3 CEs Possible

Captivate Your New Patients! Share the Miracle of Chiropractic in a Specific Way to Get Them to Comply with the Treatment Recommendations.
Saturday, April 25: 2-6p
4 CEs Possible

Robert Ault, DC


Business Strategies for the "Experience Economy"
Sunday, April 26: 10a-12p
2 CEs Possible

Miles Bodzin, DC and Ms. Holly Jensen


4 Essential Things CA's Do to Reduce Stress at the Front Desk
Saturday, April 25: 8-11a
CA Class

4 Ways CA's Can Help Improve the Bottom Line
Saturday, April 25: 2-6p
CA Class

Mr. Carl Alden and Ms. Stephanie Davidson


Hot Topics Roundtable - It Takes a Village: Solving Everyday Problems Together
Sunday, April 26: 8a-12p
CA Class