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The Essentials of Chiropractic: Adjusting the Infant and Education in the Perinatal Period

This two-part course is presented by co-instructors Dr. Armand Rossi and Dr. Ian Shtulman. Part One: Armand Rossi, DC and Part Two: Ian Shtulman, DC, DACCP

Part One: Armand Rossi, DC

This introduction to pediatric adjusting provides an overview of the spinal assessment and adjusting techniques for infants and children.

Demonstration of various chiropractic exam techniques and their specific, low force application in the infant and child.

Course Goal

This course will provide you with the introductory techniques to assess and adjust infants and children.

What to Bring: Please bring a baby doll. Any type of baby doll, other than a Barbie (too small) or Cabbage Patch Kid (no neck), is acceptable. The recommendation is "Mon Bébé". You should also bring a portable table.

Part Two: Ian Shtulman, DC, DACCP

This class will introduce innovative and advanced approaches in teaching parents about chiropractic care in the perinatal practice. All too often chiropractors unknowingly step out of their practice parameters in their patient education. Dr. Ian provides an understanding of ethical standards and best practices. Dr. Ian will also discuss the importance of collaboration with numerous health care providers in your community to offer the best possible care for the families in your practice.

Upcoming Dates


  • 4/4/2019 - Date change: The Essentials of Chiropractic with Armand Rossi, DC and Ian Shtulman, DC, DACCP has been moved from August 3-4, 2019 to October 19-20, 2019.
Jun 1 - 2, 2019 Grand Rapids, Michigan Register
Jun 22 - 23, 2019 Madison, Wisconsin Register
Jul 20 - 21, 2019 Toronto, Ontario Register
Jul 27 - 28, 2019 Rochester, New York Register
Oct 19 - 20, 2019 Vancouver, British Columbia Register

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“I feel a lot more prepared to serve the pediatric/pregnancy community after this weekend learning from both Dr. Rossi and Dr. Shtulman.”

— Elizabeth Cho