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Switched-on Kids Elements Chiropractors’ Seminar – Sydney

$557.00$857.00 Inc GST

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This two day seminar is for chiropractors early in their careers to learn the Switched-on Kids approach to care of children.

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Date: 19 & 20 May 2018
Location: TBA Sydney
Time: Day 1 8.30am-5.30pm | Day 2 8am-1.30pm
Event contact: Katrina at Switched-on Kids | +612 4942 4842 | info@switched-on-kids.com.au

Details:

This two day seminar is for chiropractors who are starting their journey in chiropractic care of children.

Switched-on Kids Elements is a must do event if:

  • You want to make an IMPACT on the health and development of kids
  • You want to IMPROVE and UPDATE your knowledge and skills when it comes to chiropractic care for kids
  • You want to practice within the current BEST practice guidelines
  • You are STARTING your chiropractic journey
  • Wish to care for MORE children in your practice

At Switched-on Kids Elements you will learn the five fundamental tests, adjustment and supportive advice to do for each age group: baby, toddler and child.  You will know why, when, what and how to adjust and when to ask for help.  The results are absolute certainty in your chiropractic care for kids and a huge increase parents’ confidence in your capabilities.

Switched-on Kids Elements is presented in a fun, no fuss, hands-on, logical and user-friendly manner to make you, not a chiropractic paediatric specialist, but a confident and competent Family Chiropractor.

This is a must-do for any chiropractor caring for children.

SOK – Elements program

Saturday 8.30am to 5.30pm, Sunday 8am to 1.30pm

  • Child development
  • Brain development and function
  • The Paediatric Consultation
  • ‘Best Practice’ and AHPRA
  • Baby assessment, adjustments and parental advice
  • Common paediatric presentations
  • Toddler assessment, adjustments and advice
  • Primitive and postural reflexes
  • Child assessment, adjustment and advice

This seminar accounts for 12.5 formal learning hours under your continuing professional development (CPD)