CEA Announces 2nd New Advanced Certification Course in Over 10 Years!

Hello Doctors of Chiropractic,

We are excited to announce the second new CCEP course in over 10 years; the Advanced Orthotics Certification, coming this February.  Before I give you the details, just know that we are only opening this up to 8 DC's, and this email is going out to our VIP CCEP members first.

Here are the details:

CCEP ADVANCED ORTHOTIC CERTIFICATION COURSE                                 

Lead Instructor: Kevin G. Hearon, D.C.

Cost: $1,000 (one-time payment):              

Or 3 monthly payments of $350:

To register go to http://www.councilonextremityadjusting.com/advanced-orthotic-certification.                
Dates/Times:  Wednesday, February 25 - 2:00 PM-6:00 PM 

                          Thursday, February 26 - 9:00 AM-6:00 PM 

                          Friday, February 27 - 9:00 AM-6:00 PM 

                          Saturday, February 28 - 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
(25 hours of total instruction)


Location:  Boise Sports Chiropractic Clinic/Foot Professional 
                 3314 N. Cole Rd. 
                 Boise, ID  83704

Max Participation:  8 DCs 
 
CEUs:  25
 

Prerequisites:  preferred CCEP designate but will accept Doctor of Chiropractic who as attended at least one of our CCEP courses.

Materials Included: 

  •         Foot Gait and Orthotics book (valued at $50)
  •         Forefoot measuring device (valued at $50)
  •         Foot Gait DVD (valued at $105)
  •         One injection mold orthotic (valued at $255)
  •         One generic orthotic (valued at $50)

That's a total of $510 in total product value, and only $490 for 25 hours of top-flight instruction from one of the pioneers in Foot Gait and Orthotics.  

Course Objective:

To allow the doctor to understand the reasons for evaluating the feet, adjusting them and the whole process of deciding whether to scan, cast or mold an orthotic or shoe to a normal foot instead of a pathological foot. Learn how to make foot orthotics in house and how to modify them.

Statement of Purpose:

The doctor needs to transfer the head knowledge into practical application in the clinic on a live patient. The protocols are series of 14 to 18 steps which need to follow a certain order. These skills take intensive hands on time to master for the doctor to feel comfortable with.

Overview of Course:

To understand the mechanical master control system of the kinetic chain from the ground up. Know how to apply the information gathered from the foot exam and understand how to apply that data to correct the relationship of the feet to the ground, thereby relieving stress in the patient's feet, knees, hips and low back.

To register go to http://www.councilonextremityadjusting.com/advanced-orthotic-certification.

P. S. We are always looking for new locations to hold seminars. If you have a sizable clinic (or have access to one), and you live in a region with a high chiropractor population, we want to work with you.  Drop me a line and let's see if we can set up a CCEP seminar series in your city. 

Sincerely in Health,
 

Sam Hendricks DC
National Director of Marketing and Operations
Council on Extremity Adjusting
O:  (208) 375-7431
E:  sam@kevinhearon.com
W:  www.councilonextremityadjusting.com