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Advanced Spinal Assessment and Adjusting for the Infant and Child
CACCP  

(12 Hours) This course has been previously titled: "The Essentials of Chiropractic Care for Newborns, Infants, & Toddlers", "Full-spine Segmental Evaluation and Adjusting".

This course teaches spinal analysis and full spine adjusting for the newborn, infant and toddler populations including visual analysis and case history techniques. Spinal analysis procedures including muscle and motion palpation as well as adjusting techniques adapted from the Gonstead, Diversified and Logan Basic models will be presented. Techniques using the child drop headpiece are included. Expect extensive hands-on application.

Course Goal

Participants gain the skills necessary to locate and analyze vertebral subluxation and have confidence in their ability to make gentle, specific adjustments in the newborn, infant and toddler.

What to Bring: Please bring a portable adjusting table (only if the seminar is not taking place at a college), a pediatric drop headpiece and a baby doll (a 20-inch baby doll is recommended). The recommendation is "Mon Bébé". Having these items will help you get the most out of your seminar experience.

While many attendees value the convenience of our online seminars, this course has a practical component that is best experienced in person. We recommend having a partner present for any hands-on components if you're taking this class online.


Upcoming Dates

Advanced Spinal Assessment and Adjusting for the Infant and Child
CACCP  

May 20-21, 2023
Sat: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Eastern
Sun: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern

Advanced Spinal Assessment and Adjusting for the Infant and Child
CACCP  

Jan 20-21, 2024
Sat: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Central
Sun: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Central

Advanced Spinal Assessment and Adjusting for the Infant and Child (Pre-Recorded)
CACCP  

This class is available outside the US only

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"Finally, after 4 years at school, someone finally taught me how to adjust kids and infants.

I have a lot of confidence incorporating these evaluation and adjusting skills in my practice tomorrow."

 — Mandy Marziaz, DC