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2024 Conference

August 2-3, 2024
Red Lion Hotel | Harrisburg
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Dates and Times
August 2, 2024
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Registration
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Sessions

August 3, 2024
7:30 am – 12:00 pm  – Registration
8:00 am – 5:30 pm – Sessions

Location
Red Lion Hotel Harrisburg Hershey | 4751 Lindle Road | Harrisburg, PA  17111 (exit 2 from I-283) | 800-637-4817

Fees
CFoP Member* $299 | Associate** $199 | Chiropractic Student $50 | Non-member $399 | Non-CE***—$99

*Dues must be paid in full to receive the member price.
**Associate fee is with a paid CFoP member registration within the same office
***Non-licensed attendees including—CA’s, and guests (will not receive a CE certificate)
There will be a $50 additional fee for registrations received after July 19, 2024. To receive the member rate, your membership dues must be paid in full. Registration fees must be paid prior to attending the conference.

Cancellations/Refunds
Cancellations/refund requests must be received in writing to  info@chirofellowpa.org  no later than July 19, 2024. Requests received by July 19, 2024 will receive a refund minus a $50 processing fee.  Requests received after July 19, 2024 will not receive a refund. Thank you for understanding and adhering to our policy.

Attendance Policy
Attendance will be strictly monitored. Credit will only be received for time actually spent in the meeting room. Those who register late or leave the room during a presentation will not receive credit for the time they are out of the room. If arrival time and registration is after the start of the conference, credit will not be received for presentation that were missed. Prompt arrival for all presentations is required to receive full credit.

The 2024 Fellowship Conference will feature dynamic and updated presentations on Chiropractic Principles in our modern times. Friday will include a dinner at 5:30 with guest speakers, a chance for fellowship, as well as Q & A. Saturday includes continental breakfast and lunch.

This conference is sponsored by the ICA, Life University, and certified by PACE for CE credits. 12 hours of CE credits for Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio have been requested.

CFoP 2024 Conference Brochure (printable)

 

 

 

Course Name: Chiropractic Fellowship of Pennsylvania Conference 2024
Dates: August 2-3, 2024
Location: Red Lion Hotel Harrisburg Hershey | 4751 Lindle Road | Harrisburg, PA  17111
Speakers: Ian Shtulman, DC; Dean DePice, DC; Jeff Ludwick, DC; Breanna Smith-Powderly, DC; Aaron Tressler, DC; Kevin Jackson, DC; Selina Sigafoose-Jackson, DC; Giles LaMarche, DC
CE Hours: 12
Course Objective: To provide the Doctor of Chiropractic with dynamic educational experience in a postgraduate review of the subluxation, applying chiropractic techniques to special populations, and the communication of chiropractic to patients, providers, and the public. A specialized course in the management of the vertebral subluxation complex as applies to special populations including pediatrics and pregnant women. Chiropractic analysis and adjusting is explored with various techniques.  Evidenced based models of the principles of chiropractic.


Friday, August 2, 2024

1:00pm-3:00 pm

Dysfunction result of altered spinal mechanics:

  • Postgraduate level anatomical considerations focused on the impact of abnormal neuro-biomechanics of the spine.
  • Anatomical subluxation analysis for the detection and correct of subluxation of unique populations.
  • Evidenced based clinical interventions appropriate for adjusting techniques in special populations.

CE Hours: 2
Instructor: Dr. Ian Shtulman
CE Category:

3:00pm-5:00pm
Dysfunction result of altered spinal mechanics continued:

  • Evidenced based effects of altered spinal mechanics on the tissues of the body,
  • Evidenced based effects of altered spinal mechanics on the autonomic nervous system,
  • Evidenced based effects of altered spinal mechanics on the central nervous system,
  • Evidenced based effects of altered spinal mechanics on the peripheral nervous system.

CE Hours: 2
Instructor: Dr. Ian Shtulman
CE Category:

 

Saturday, August 3, 2024

8:00 am—9:00 am
Evidenced based models of the principles of chiropractic:

  • Utilizing clinical and basic sciences which contribute to the necessary clinical skills in the practice of chiropractic.
  • Assessment comparison of chiropractic research in both the subjective and objective factors to allow the scrutiny of practice standards for the best clinical practice model of patient care and clinical standards of care for longevity of patient health.

CE Hours: 1
Instructor: Dr. Dean DePice
CE Category:

9:00 am—10:00 am
Stress Signs, Symptoms & Solutions

  • Clinical interventions to mitigate stress and its impact on patients physical and mental health.
  • Postgraduate review of clinical objective findings that uncovers the effects of stress on patients bodies including and not limited to detecting the warning signs of stress.

Instructor: Dr. Dean DePice
CE Hours: 1
CE Category:

10:00 am—11:00 am
Spreading Chiropractic Principles

  • This lecture will provide the Doctor of Chiropractic with the direction and applications needed to communicate chiropractic principles.
  • The chiropractor will develop an understanding of the neuroscience of communication, as well as review the current perception of chiropractic in the community.
  • The attendees will learn effective interactive communication skills with patients for the purpose of providing patient education and health monitoring, and for encouraging behavioral change efforts that will lead to increased clinical compliance, and better healthcare outcomes.

Instructor: Dr. Jeff Ludwick
CE Hours: 1
CE Category:

11:00 am-12:00 pm
Chiropractic Principles

  • A focused one-hour postgraduate level lecture on The Major Premise
  • A Universal Intelligence is in all matter and continually gives to it all its properties and actions, thus maintaining it in existence. Thus, supporting The Chiropractic Meaning of Life –
  • The expression of this intelligence through matter is the Chiropractic meaning of life.

CE Hours: 1
Instructor: Dr. Breanna Smith-Powderly
CE Category:

12:00pm-1:00 pm
Lunch – No CE Credit
 

1:00 pm-2:00 pm
The Power of Subluxation

  • This one-hour presentation will clearly define the clinical significance of the subluxation complex and principled chiropractic care.
  • These strategies will apply to both staff and doctors. This is critical to work as a team in your office to educate, promote and inspire.
  • Defining the principles of the subluxation complex
  • Advanced review of principled chiropractic adjusting theories and practices.

CE Hours: 1
Instructor: Dr Aaron Tressler
CE Category:

2:00 pm –3:00 pm
Adjustive technique of the upper cervical spine

  • The chiropractic analysis of the cranio-cervical junction; review of the cranio-cervical anatomy and its vulnerability to upper cervical subluxation from a variety of different stressors;
  • The chiropractic assessment and management of the vertebral subluxation of the cranio-cervical junction
  • The chiropractic correction of the cranio-cervical junction

CE Hours: 1
Instructor: Dr Kevin Jackson
CE Category:

3:00pm-3:30 pm
Break – N0 CE Credit

3:30 pm—4:30 pm
Record Keeping & clinical documentation

  • Advanced review of record keeping and documentation
  • Specific reports of the why the patient was seen, what assessment or treatment was provided, clinical findings (e.g., diagnoses), and
  • what (if any) treatment was recommended and provided in a way that justifies the assigned diagnosis and procedure codes.

CE Hours: 1
Instructor: Dr. Selina Sigafoose-Jackson
CE Category:

4:30 pm—5:30 pm
Certainty in Chiropractic: the chiropractic philosophy of research

  • Improving your certainty in Chiropractic
  • How Chiropractic improves the human experience
  • Current chiropractic research
  • Improving quality of life with chiropractic

Total Hours: 1
Instructor: Dr Giles Lamarche
CE Category:

 

 

Speaker CVs can be found here