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For over 40 years, the Carrick Institute’s mission has been to produce the best clinicians in the world. Educate and inspire your constituents towards clinical excellence with our world-renowned faculty and presentation topics.

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The best clinicians in the world have the capability to approach their patients with the appropriate model for each individual scenario to yield excellent clinical outcomes. Carrick Institute educational presentations create the clinicians of the future by providing a modern evidence-based multi-factorial approach to care.

Carrick Institute Presenter's

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Matthew M. Antonucci
DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABCDD, FABVR, FABNN
Institute Curriculum Planning Committee Member, Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology

Resume – Click Here
Video Reference – Click Here 

FREDERICK ROBERT CARRICK​
DC, PhD, MS-HPEd, DACAN, DABCN, DACNB, DAAPM, FACCN, FRCPN, FEAC (Neurology), FACFN, FABES, FABCDD, FABVR, FICC
Professor of Clinical Neurology

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Adam S. Klotzek
DC, DACNB, FACFN​
Institute Curriculum Planning Committee Member, Professor of Clinical Neurology​

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David Clark
DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABVR, FAAIM, FABBIR
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

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Freddys X. Garcia
DC, MS, DACNB, FACFN, FABES

Director of Operations, Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology

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Adam Harcourt
DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABVR
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

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Lynn Carlson
DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABBIR

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

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Spencer Zimmerman
MSN, NP-C, DC, DACNB
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology

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*More speakers are available upon request

Presentation Topics

Click on each topic to see a drop-down with the description. 

Functional Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

This hands-on workshop introduces chiropractic physicians to the tools, examination procedures, and clinical applications they need to help those suffering from concussion. Effectively treating concussion patients is not as simple as just adjusting them. Learn the basics of what to know when evaluating
a concussion patient and the basics of how this information influences your adjustments and other treatment approaches.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

This webinar will review how vestibular imbalance influences posture and how this information changes how you apply your adjustments.

Chiropractic & Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation

This hands-on introduction workshop is designed to teach you how your adjustments affect the brain and how knowing this information changes the way you adjust your patients. Various concepts of clinical neuroscience will be discussed relating to how subluxations negatively influence the brain. This is a learning by doing workshop that focuses on the examination procedures to determine where the brain is not optimal and adjusting strategies to enhance human function.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

This webinar will explore the concept of hemisphericity and its implications in clinical practice. The focus will be on how the adjustment affects brain activity and whether the side of the neck you adjust makes a difference in how the adjustment affects the brain.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

This webinar will answer the question of what a coupled cervical adjustment is and whether there is a benefit to using this technique over others.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

Scoliosis is often regarded as one of the most difficult conditions to treat or manage successfully. Likely due to the poor understanding of its cause and contributing factors. Recent literature has focused on vestibular dysfunction as being a primary contributing factor. In this webinar, you will learn how vestibular function contributes to spinal alignment and how its dysfunction promotes scoliosis.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1 Hour Webinar

Looking to inspire your association delegates? This presentation is thought-provoking with a perfect mix of inspiration and challenging questions, meant to pull the best out of the clinicians in the room.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg2-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 2-4 Hour Webinar

Each year millions of concussions occur and many are walking into Chiropractic offices reporting symptoms that could be attribute to whiplash. Many of these injuries especially in motor vehicle accidents are concussions. The focus will be on Chiropractic management and treatment with a focus on neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, evaluation, and management using both a rehabilitative and nutraceutical approach without having to be an expert in functional neurology.

Concussion & Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation

This hands-on workshop introduces chiropractic physicians to the tools, examination procedures, and clinical applications they need to help those suffering from concussion. Effectively treating concussion patients is not as simple as just adjusting them. Learn the basics of what to know when evaluating
a concussion patient and the basics of how this information influences your adjustments and other treatment approaches.

 teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presetation

With over 30 official “unified” definitions, no published standard approach to diagnosis or rehabilitation, concussions are confusing everyone. Meanwhile, best estimates suggest that in any particular year, 1 in 10 people will sustain a concussion. Due to a lack of public education causing underreporting, a precise definition, standard of care, and inadequate data collection, the actual number of concussions that occur each year may never be discovered.

 

This 1-day, hands-on, high-level and fast-paced workshop will teach the delegate the 7 major profiles or phenotypes of concussion, how to assess each, understand the pathology associated with each, then craft customized training exercises to rehabilitate or enhance neurological function in patients from pediatrics to geriatrics, and professional athletes.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

A common symptom that patients who have sustained a concussion describe is the sensation of, “I don’t feel like myself,” or “I don’t know how to explain it, but I just don’t feel right.” This very vague symptom presents challenges for both patients and doctors alike. How do you treat someone that just “doesn’t feel like themself?”

In this virtual presentation, Dr. Antonucci will discuss the bases of self-perception, how concussions can affect that perception, how a clinician might measure a patient’s ability to perceive themself accurately, and most importantly… how to use the power of plasticity to restore their self-identity.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

Concussions are complex injuries requiring extensive training and specialty consultation. They are occurring in the general population at staggering incidence rates – more than diabetes and more cancer diagnoses. Chiropractors have a unique position in the healthcare system, with established patient relationships and more frequent interactions, allowing them to be a pivotal steward of brain health and safety. However, research has demonstrated that knowledge among ALL healthcare providers is deficient in identifying and managing mTBI. While many individuals don’t know if they were concussed or the magnitude that their injury may have on their life, this 4-hour, fast-paced course will aid its attendees in making solid recommendations by covering the breadth of concussion, from acute/sideline management, sub-acute therapeutics, and the 7 subtypes of concussion. Our goal is to enable chiropractors to properly manage or refer patients with concussions, to reduce long-term suffering and promote brain health.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Nearly 50% of those diagnosed with a concussion are still not recovered even at a year later. In this presentation we will discuss the neuroimmunology, symptoms, and evaluation of brain injury. We will then focus on nutritional strategies to augment the neuroimmunology to help promote recovery.

Pain & Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

This presentation has been developed with the objective of introducing chiropractors to the latest in pain neuroscience for the purpose of improving clinical outcomes regardless of one’s practice technique. By learning to understand how our nervous system processes and blocks pain we gain knowledge of what to do when our techniques fail.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

The ability to coordinate head and eye movements in gaze is a critical function often overlooked in patients with neck pain. To perform this task accurately and smoothly, your brain must integrate information from the visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive systems. Deficits in the visual system are commonly seen in individuals with neck pain. In this webinar, you will learn two simple ways to determine if visual system impairment contributes to your patient’s neck pain and how to treat it.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

Low back pain and poor posture often coexist. The poor posture seen in lower back pain is thought to stem from impaired proprioception in the lower back and other spinal areas. Often overlooked by clinicians is the contribution of the vestibular system to the poor posture observed in low back pain. This webinar will teach you the connection between the vestibular system, poor posture, and low back pain. You will also learn simple exam procedures to identify if the vestibular system contributes to your patient’s lower back pain and how to treat it.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

Our understanding of the neurology of chronic pain has advanced significantly over the past few decades. It is well known that Fibromyalgia, a chronic pain syndrome, is associated with significant changes in brain connectivity and function of the neural networks involved in processing and modulating pain. Clinicians often overlook the contribution of brain dysfunction in Fibromyalgia or realize it exists but are unsure of how to treat it. In this webinar, you will learn about some of the brain changes that occur in Fibromyalgia, how they contribute to the chronicity of Fibromyalgia, and how to address them.

Pediatric & Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

The retention of primitive reflexes in a pediatric and adult population can contribute to a myriad of conditions. This hands-on workshop introduces the science of primitive reflexes, as well as strategies for assessing and remediating primitive reflexes.

Migraine & Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Migraine is quickly becoming the most common cause of disability in the world, lagging only behind low back pain. Learn the pathophysiology of why migraine is different from other types of head pain and why neuroscience-trained clinicians are positioned to be the best primary care doctor for this condition. We will discuss musculoskeletal, neurological, nutritional, and hormonal considerations that can reduce or eliminate this debilitating condition.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

The involvement of the vagus nerve and its central nuclei is often overlooked as a contributing factor in migraineurs. Current research is revealing a high prevalence of vagal nerve dysfunction in migraineurs and positive outcomes in migraineurs using vagal nerve stimulation. In this webinar, you will learn how vagal nerve dysfunction contributes to migraines and how vagal nerve stimulation can treat them effectively.  

Nutrition & Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

A one-day class to introduce students in chiropractic college to the foundational concepts of Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition. Learners will be presented with the four Neurochemistry metabolic priorities: autoimmunity, energy production, HPA tone/glucose handling, and Gastrointestinal/Liver. Learners will be exposed to the clinical problem-solving methodology necessary to successfully apply Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition to a diverse patient population.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg2-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 2-4 Hour Webinar

This introduction workshop is on the detrimental effects of a traumatic brain injury on the gut-brain axis. It is designed to teach you what happens, how to evaluate, and what steps to restore balance. The focus will be on anatomical, immune, and physiological changes occur following a brain injury and how this impacts the gut-brain axis.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Childhood trauma, ptsd, and ongoing stressors throughout life are a culprit in nearly any disease or symptom process including autoimmunity, hypertension, diabetes, chronic headaches, and chronic pain. We will discuss the neuroimmunology, neurobiology, and anatomy of stress. We will discuss how to address it using non-pharmacological methods including nutraceuticals, mindfulness, and exercise.

Neurochemistry and Nutrition

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

A one-day class to introduce students in chiropractic college to the foundational concepts of Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition. Learners will be presented with the four Neurochemistry metabolic priorities: autoimmunity, energy production, HPA tone/glucose handling, and Gastrointestinal/Liver. Learners will be exposed to the clinical problem-solving methodology necessary to successfully apply Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition to a diverse patient population.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg2-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 2-4 Hour Webinar

This introduction workshop is on the detrimental effects of a traumatic brain injury on the gut-brain axis. It is designed to teach you what happens, how to evaluate, and what steps to restore balance. The focus will be on anatomical, immune, and physiological changes occur following a brain injury and how this impacts the gut-brain axis.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Childhood trauma, ptsd, and ongoing stressors throughout life are a culprit in nearly any disease or symptom process including autoimmunity, hypertension, diabetes, chronic headaches, and chronic pain. We will discuss the neuroimmunology, neurobiology, and anatomy of stress. We will discuss how to address it using non-pharmacological methods including nutraceuticals, mindfulness, and exercise.

Neurochemistry and Nutrition

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

A one-day class to introduce students in chiropractic college to the foundational concepts of Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition. Learners will be presented with the four Neurochemistry metabolic priorities: autoimmunity, energy production, HPA tone/glucose handling, and Gastrointestinal/Liver. Learners will be exposed to the clinical problem-solving methodology necessary to successfully apply Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition to a diverse patient population.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg2-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 2-4 Hour Webinar

This introduction workshop is on the detrimental effects of a traumatic brain injury on the gut-brain axis. It is designed to teach you what happens, how to evaluate, and what steps to restore balance. The focus will be on anatomical, immune, and physiological changes occur following a brain injury and how this impacts the gut-brain axis.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Childhood trauma, ptsd, and ongoing stressors throughout life are a culprit in nearly any disease or symptom process including autoimmunity, hypertension, diabetes, chronic headaches, and chronic pain. We will discuss the neuroimmunology, neurobiology, and anatomy of stress. We will discuss how to address it using non-pharmacological methods including nutraceuticals, mindfulness, and exercise.

Presentation Topics

Click on each topic to see a drop-down with the description. 

Functional Neurology

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

The ability to coordinate head and eye movements in gaze is a critical function often overlooked in patients with neck pain. To perform this task accurately and smoothly, your brain must integrate information from the visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive systems. Deficits in the visual system are commonly seen in individuals with neck pain. In this webinar, you will learn two simple ways to determine if visual system impairment contributes to your patient’s neck pain and how to treat it.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

Low back pain and poor posture often coexist. The poor posture seen in lower back pain is thought to stem from impaired proprioception in the lower back and other spinal areas. Often overlooked by clinicians is the contribution of the vestibular system to the poor posture observed in low back pain. This webinar will teach you the connection between the vestibular system, poor posture, and low back pain. You will also learn simple exam procedures to identify if the vestibular system contributes to your patient’s lower back pain and how to treat it.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

The involvement of the vagus nerve and its central nuclei is often overlooked as a contributing factor in migraineurs. Current research is revealing a high prevalence of vagal nerve dysfunction in migraineurs and positive outcomes in migraineurs using vagal nerve stimulation. In this webinar, you will learn how vagal nerve dysfunction contributes to migraines and how vagal nerve stimulation can treat them effectively.  

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

Scoliosis is often regarded as one of the most difficult conditions to treat or manage successfully. Likely due to the poor understanding of its cause and contributing factors. Recent literature has focused on vestibular dysfunction as being a primary contributing factor. In this webinar, you will learn how vestibular function contributes to spinal alignment and how its dysfunction promotes scoliosis.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpgbook, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg.  1-2 hour presentation

Our understanding of the neurology of chronic pain has advanced significantly over the past few decades. It is well known that Fibromyalgia, a chronic pain syndrome, is associated with significant changes in brain connectivity and function of the neural networks involved in processing and modulating pain. Clinicians often overlook the contribution of brain dysfunction in Fibromyalgia or realize it exists but are unsure of how to treat it. In this webinar, you will learn about some of the brain changes that occur in Fibromyalgia, how they contribute to the chronicity of Fibromyalgia, and how to address them.

Brain-Based Adjusting

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation

This hands-on introduction workshop is designed to teach you how your adjustments affect the brain and how knowing this information changes the way you adjust your patients. Various concepts of clinical neuroscience will be discussed relating to how subluxations negatively influence the brain. This is a learning by doing workshop that focuses on the examination procedures to determine where the brain is not optimal and adjusting strategies to enhance human function.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

This webinar will explore the concept of hemisphericity and its implications in clinical practice. The focus will be on how the adjustment affects brain activity and whether the side of the neck you adjust makes a difference in how the adjustment affects the brain.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

This webinar will review how vestibular imbalance influences posture and how this information changes how you apply your adjustments.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

This webinar will answer the question of what a coupled cervical adjustment is and whether there is a benefit to using this technique over others.

Chiropractic and Neurology: The Concussion Solution

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation

This hands-on workshop introduces chiropractic physicians to the tools, examination procedures, and clinical applications they need to help those suffering from concussion. Effectively treating concussion patients is not as simple as just adjusting them. Learn the basics of what to know when evaluating
a concussion patient and the basics of how this information influences your adjustments and other treatment approaches.

 teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presetation

With over 30 official “unified” definitions, no published standard approach to diagnosis or rehabilitation, concussions are confusing everyone. Meanwhile, best estimates suggest that in any particular year, 1 in 10 people will sustain a concussion. Due to a lack of public education causing underreporting, a precise definition, standard of care, and inadequate data collection, the actual number of concussions that occur each year may never be discovered.

 

This 1-day, hands-on, high-level and fast-paced workshop will teach the delegate the 7 major profiles or phenotypes of concussion, how to assess each, understand the pathology associated with each, then craft customized training exercises to rehabilitate or enhance neurological function in patients from pediatrics to geriatrics, and professional athletes.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

A common symptom that patients who have sustained a concussion describe is the sensation of, “I don’t feel like myself,” or “I don’t know how to explain it, but I just don’t feel right.” This very vague symptom presents challenges for both patients and doctors alike. How do you treat someone that just “doesn’t feel like themself?”

In this virtual presentation, Dr. Antonucci will discuss the bases of self-perception, how concussions can affect that perception, how a clinician might measure a patient’s ability to perceive themself accurately, and most importantly… how to use the power of plasticity to restore their self-identity.

book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg

Concussions are complex injuries requiring extensive training and specialty consultation. They are occurring in the general population at staggering incidence rates – more than diabetes and more cancer diagnoses. Chiropractors have a unique position in the healthcare system, with established patient relationships and more frequent interactions, allowing them to be a pivotal steward of brain health and safety. However, research has demonstrated that knowledge among ALL healthcare providers is deficient in identifying and managing mTBI. While many individuals don’t know if they were concussed or the magnitude that their injury may have on their life, this 4-hour, fast-paced course will aid its attendees in making solid recommendations by covering the breadth of concussion, from acute/sideline management, sub-acute therapeutics, and the 7 subtypes of concussion. Our goal is to enable chiropractors to properly manage or refer patients with concussions, to reduce long-term suffering and promote brain health.

The ABC’s of Functional Neurology Essentials

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

This hands-on workshop introduces chiropractic physicians to the tools, examination procedures, and clinical applications they need to help those suffering from concussion. Effectively treating concussion patients is not as simple as just adjusting them. Learn the basics of what to know when evaluating
a concussion patient and the basics of how this information influences your adjustments and other treatment approaches.

Pain Reset - Neuroscience as a Chronic Pain Solution

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

This presentation has been developed with the objective of introducing chiropractors to the latest in pain neuroscience for the purpose of improving clinical outcomes regardless of one’s practice technique. By learning to understand how our nervous system processes and blocks pain we gain knowledge of what to do when our techniques fail.

Comprehensive Migraine Management

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Migraine is quickly becoming the most common cause of disability in the world, lagging only behind low back pain. Learn the pathophysiology of why migraine is different from other types of head pain and why neuroscience-trained clinicians are positioned to be the best primary care doctor for this condition. We will discuss musculoskeletal, neurological, nutritional, and hormonal considerations that can reduce or eliminate this debilitating condition.

How to become the top 1% in Chiropractic

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1 Hour Webinar

Looking to inspire your association delegates? This presentation is thought-provoking with a perfect mix of inspiration and challenging questions, meant to pull the best out of the clinicians in the room.

Assessment of Primitive/Retained Reflexes

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

The retention of primitive reflexes in a pediatric and adult population can contribute to a myriad of conditions. This hands-on workshop introduces the science of primitive reflexes, as well as strategies for assessing and remediating primitive reflexes.

Introduction to Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

A one-day class to introduce students in chiropractic college to the foundational concepts of Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition. Learners will be presented with the four Neurochemistry metabolic priorities: autoimmunity, energy production, HPA tone/glucose handling, and Gastrointestinal/Liver. Learners will be exposed to the clinical problem-solving methodology necessary to successfully apply Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition to a diverse patient population.

Nutrition - The Missing Link

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg2-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 2-4 Hour Webinar

This introduction workshop is on the detrimental effects of a traumatic brain injury on the gut-brain axis. It is designed to teach you what happens, how to evaluate, and what steps to restore balance. The focus will be on anatomical, immune, and physiological changes occur following a brain injury and how this impacts the gut-brain axis.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Nearly 50% of those diagnosed with a concussion are still not recovered even at a year later. In this presentation we will discuss the neuroimmunology, symptoms, and evaluation of brain injury. We will then focus on nutritional strategies to augment the neuroimmunology to help promote recovery.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg1-2 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 1-2 Hour Webinar

Childhood trauma, ptsd, and ongoing stressors throughout life are a culprit in nearly any disease or symptom process including autoimmunity, hypertension, diabetes, chronic headaches, and chronic pain. We will discuss the neuroimmunology, neurobiology, and anatomy of stress. We will discuss how to address it using non-pharmacological methods including nutraceuticals, mindfulness, and exercise.

teacher, silhouette, black-309533.jpg2-4 hour presentation book, laptop, silhouette-4753250.jpg 2-4 Hour Webinar

Each year millions of concussions occur and many are walking into Chiropractic offices reporting symptoms that could be attribute to whiplash. Many of these injuries especially in motor vehicle accidents are concussions. The focus will be on Chiropractic management and treatment with a focus on neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, evaluation, and management using both a rehabilitative and nutraceutical approach without having to be an expert in functional neurology.

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Presentation Topics

The ABC’s of Functional Neurology Essentials

In this presentation, we cover three important topics, or what we call ‘the ABCs’, within the Clinical Neuroscience realm: Autonomics, Balance and Coordination, and Cognition.This presentation serves as a great introduction to the application of clinical neuroscience for improved patient outcomes.

Pain Reset - Neuroscience as a Chronic Pain Solution

This presentation has been developed with the objective of introducing chiropractors to the latest in pain neuroscience for the purpose of improving clinical outcomes regardless of one’s practice technique. By learning to understand how our nervous system processes and blocks pain we gain knowledge of what to do when our techniques fail.

Comprehensive Migraine Management

Migraine is quickly becoming the most common cause of disability in the world, lagging only behind low back pain. Learn the pathophysiology of why migraine is different from other types of head pain and why neuroscience-trained clinicians are positioned to be the best primary care doctor for this condition. We will discuss musculoskeletal, neurological, nutritional, and hormonal considerations that can reduce or eliminate this debilitating condition.

Brain-Based Adjusting

This hands introduction workshop is designed to teach you how your adjustments affect the brain and how knowing this information changes the way you adjust your patients. Various concepts of clinical neuroscience will be discussed relating to how subluxations negatively influence the brain. This is a learning by doing workshop that focuses on the examination procedures to determine where the brain is not optimal and adjusting strategies to enhance human function.

How to become the top 1% in Chiropractic

Looking to inspire your association delegates? This presentation is thought-provoking with a perfect mix of inspiration and challenging questions, meant to pull the best out of the clinicians in the room.

Chiropractic and Neurology: The Concussion Solution

This hands-on workshop introduces chiropractic physicians to the tools, examination procedures, and clinical applications they need to help those suffering from concussion. Effectively treating concussion patients is not as simple as just adjusting them. Learn the basics of what to know when evaluating
a concussion patient and the basics of how this information influences your adjustments and other treatment approaches.

Assessment of Primitive/Retained Reflexes

The retention of primitive reflexes in a pediatric and adult population can contribute to a myriad of conditions. This hands-on workshop introduces the science of primitive reflexes, as well as strategies for assessing and remediating primitive reflexes.

Introduction to Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition

A one-day class to introduce students in chiropractic college to the foundational concepts of Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition. Learners will be presented with the four Neurochemistry metabolic priorities: autoimmunity, energy production, HPA tone/glucose handling, and Gastrointestinal/Liver. Learners will be exposed to the clinical problem-solving methodology necessary to successfully apply Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition to a diverse patient population.

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Low Back Pain: The Vestibular System as the Missing Link – OSCA

Speaker - Dr. Adam Harcourt To learn more about Dr. Harcourt - Click Here Topic - Low Back Pain: The Vestibular System As The Missing Link Low back pain and poor posture often coexist. The poor posture seen in lower back pain is thought to stem from impaired proprioception in the lower back and other […]

Clinical Applications of the Superior Colliculus in Visual, Cognitive, Motor, and Spatial Rehabilitation – SBMT – Los Angeles, California

Speaker - Dr. Matthew Antonucci To learn more about Dr. Antonucci - Click Here Topic - Clinical Applications of the Superior Colliculus in Visual, Cognitive, Motor, and Spatial Rehabilitation This session aims to unravel the multifaceted role of the superior colliculus in visual, cognitive, motor, and spatial rehabilitation. We will explore cutting-edge research and innovative […]

Pain Reset: Neuroscience As A Chronic Pain Solution Webinar – NEHS

Speaker - Dr. Freddys Garcia To learn more about Dr. Garcia - Click Here Northeast College of Health Sciences To register for this event - Click Here Topic - Pain Reset: Neuroscience as a Chronic Pain Solution This presentation has been developed with the objective of introducing chiropractors to the latest in pain neuroscience for […]

Functional Neurology for Solving Chronic Pain – Boston – Synergy

Speaker - Dr. Lynn Carlson To learn more about Dr. Carlson- Click Here Topic - Functional Neurology for Solving Chronic Pain Chronic pain is a prevailing health crisis affecting millions of people. It is essential for a practicing provider to understand current concepts of chronic pain and be trained to offer a treatment plan that […]

Comprehensive Migraine Management – TCA – Lubbock, Texas

Speaker - Dr. Adam Harcourt To learn more about Dr. Garcia - Click Here Topic - Comprensive Migraine Management Dr. Harcourt will discuss the pathophysiology of migraines, including vascular, neurovascular and neurological theories, societal costs, disability, and potential out-of-pocket costs. He also will cover nutritional considerations such as supplements, dietary changes, and hormonal considerations before […]

Untangling the Neuro-metabolic Basis of Concussion with Chiropractic – Logan University – Missouri

Speaker - Dr. Matthew Antonucci To learn more about Dr. Antonucci- Click Here Speaker - Dr. Cindy Howard To learn more about Dr. Howard- Click Here Topic - Untangling the Neuro-metabolic Basis of Concussion with Chiropractic with Dr. Antonucci and Dr. Howard Defining and Diagnosing Concussion Metabolic Consequences of Concussion Neurological Consequences of ConcussionInitial Lab Testing with […]

Brain Based Adjusting – OCA – Portland, Oregon

Speaker - Dr. Adam Klotzek To learn more about Dr. Klotzek- Click Here Topic - Brain Based Adjusting This hands-on introduction workshop is designed to teach you how your adjustments affect the brain and how knowing this information changes the way you adjust your patients. Various concepts of clinical neuroscience will be discussed relating to […]

The ABC’s of Functional Neurology Essentials Webinar – NEHS

Speaker - Dr. Adam Klotzek To learn more about Dr. Klotzek- Click Here Topic - The ABCs of Functional Neurology Essentials In this presentation, we cover three important topics, or what we call ‘the ABCs’, within the Clinical Neuroscience realm: Autonomics, Balance and Coordination, and Cognition. This presentation serves as a great introduction to the […]

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