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Fourth Quarter Experts Announced in NCMIC's Speakers Bureau

NCMIC has announced the fourth quarter sessions of its 2022 Speakers Bureau.

The Speakers Bureau includes the chiropractic profession's most respected speakers with a variety of experience and specialties. These experts provide valuable continuing education to DCs at no cost to the presenting organization (though there is typically a registration fee for attendees). For a listing of Speakers Bureau experts or to book a speaker for your event, at no cost to your organization, please visit our website.

The fourth quarter 2022 schedule includes:

American College of Chiropractic Consultants & ACA Council on Forensic Sciences, Nov. 3, 2022

Location: Chicago Marriott Oak Brook, 1401 W 22nd St., Oak Brook, Illinois

Speakers/Topics: Dr. Mario Fucinari, Risk Management and Low-Tech Rehabilitation (4 hours); Dr. Mike Schneider, Psychologically Informed Chiropractic Practice (4 hours) *

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*Attendees must attend both classes to receive the NCMIC malpractice premium discount


Northeast College of Health Sciences, Nov. 5 & 6, 2022

Location: Virtual

Speaker/Topic: Dr. Bryan Bond, Clinical Biomechanics & Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Disorders (12 hours)

Contact: Katrina Andre, Associate Program Director/Alumni Services Coordinator, Frank J. Nicchi School of Continuing Education, Northeast College of Health Sciences, (800) 434-3955

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Logan University, Nov. 19 & 20, 2022

Location: Virtual

Speaker/Topic: Dr. Justin Hildebrand, Exam: From Physical to Functional (12 hours)

Contact: Logan Post Graduate Department, (800) 782-3344

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Northeast College of Health Sciences, Dec. 3 & 4, 2022

Location: Virtual

Speaker/Topic: Dr. Mario Fucinari, Ethics, Florida Law, Documentation and Medicare (13 hours)

Contact: Katrina Andre, Associate Program Director/Alumni Services Coordinator, Frank J. Nicchi School of Continuing Education, Northeast College of Health Sciences, (800) 434-3955

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University of Western States, Summer in December, Dec. 9-11, 2022

Location: Wailea Beach Resort-Marriott, Maui, 3700 Wailea Alanui Dr, Wailea, Hawaii

Speakers/Topics: Bill Moreau, Asynchronous Piner: Case Introductions-History and Physical; Evaluation of the Patient with Post Traumatic Neck Pain and Concussion Without Loss of Consciousness; Management of Patient with Concussion; Correlative Case Studies of Patient with Post Traumatic Neck Pain and Concussions; Evaluation of the Patient with Acute and Chronic Shoulder Pain; Evaluation of the Patient with Knee Pain

Beverly Harger, Asynchronous Piner: Correlative Imaging-Shoulder and Knee; Correlative Imaging-Cervical Spine; Target Search Pattern of the Cervical Spine with Focus on Imaging Protocols; Targeted Search Pattern of the Shoulder Region and Differential Diagnosis; Imaging of the Knee-Case Studies

Lori Holt, Ethical Use of Social Media; Documentation: Continuity of Care for the Patient; Informed Consent: A Communication Tool; Malpractice Coverage: Why? My Patients Will Never Sue Me; That’s Risk Management? Issues in the Office

Contact: University of Western States Post Graduate Department, (800) 641-5641

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