Hi! It’s exciting now to be involved in clinical neuroscience. I just want to give you an update on the symposium on clinical neuroscience. This year it is going to be in Orlando, FL again. The topic for this year’s theme is clinical neuroscience of optimization of human function.
If you were here last here, you saw hundreds of people from around the world along with top people from top institutions. The same thing is happening this year but with new instructors and faculty, robust abstracts and poster presentations.
There is also a call for abstracts. The abstracts are to be themed in regards to clinical case studies. So if you have a case that is meaningful, we will help you write it up so you can publish it and then present it at the symposium.
The conference is in Orlando, and it is priced pretty fairly now with some amazing room rates at some glorious resorts in the area. You will be seeing people from Cambridge, Harvard, Yale, and Paris. Some really big names and heads of departments and researchers whose books and papers you have certainly read.
I am excited to be involved with this again. I think it is really going to be tops! If you are interested in increasing human function, then this really is the symposium for you this year.
So how does this work? We are to be talking about how does one increase human function after someone’s had cancer. How does one improve human function after radiculopathy or back pain? How does one increase human function after dystonia? How does one enhance human function after stroke? We have world class people that are going give you the gamut of individual conditions and then direct you towards a treatment that is largely without the use of drugs or surgery. It is right in the wheelhouse of most of house.
It is going to be exciting. Look for it with some future announcements and in the ISCN2016 website so you can read about the individual speakers so you can see what they are going to be sharing.
It has been pretty exciting to be involved in this journey from the very beginning when there wasn’t any functional neurology. I’m just excited the world is turning as its getting better and better for us every year.
Plan to be in Orlando, FL in October. It is a major event of the year for us and I’m happy to be part of it. Take good care!
Prof. Ted Carrick, DC, Ph.D