Caring for the Pediatric Autism Population
The rates of neurodevelopmental disorders are steadily rising in the United States. The rates of autism are now at 1:59, the rate of ADHD is 1:11 and the rate of Sensory Processing Disorder is 1:20. If you are a chiropractor that serves the pediatric population, exposure to these cases is inevitable. It’s not a matter of IF you will be exposed to children with a diagnosis; it’s a matter of WHEN.
One of the greatest challenges the Chiropractic profession faces is utilizing evidence based and neurologically sound methods needed to care for children who are severely impacted by special needs, specifically those affected by autism spectrum disorders.
Join us March 22-23, 2019 in Atlanta at the TACA Chiropractic CE Conference for our first ever Chiropractic CE (pending) track that will be dedicated to mastering the art, science, and philosophy of caring for the pediatric special needs population. The lineup of presenters is made up of some of the greatest minds in the pediatric healthcare. We aim to equip each attendee with the skills to effectively care for these special populations, including but not limited to: Examination Procedures, Chiropractic Neurology, Lab Analysis, Genetics, Chiropractic Technique and more.
The knowledge you will glean from this seminar can be put to use on Monday morning and will prepare you to effectively care for the toughest of cases.
Please Register Onsite
Up to 14 hours of CE are available in the following states.
AL, CO, CT, DE, FL, ID, IN, GA, MA, MD, MI, MO, MS, NC, OH, RI, SC, TN, UT, VT, VA, WA, WY, District of Columbia, New Brunswick, CAN; Newfoundland, CAN; Ontario, CAN
Postgraduate programs sponsored, co-sponsored or hosted by Sherman College of Chiropractic may not always reflect the views of the college or its employees.
Crown Plaza: Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia
Erica Basso, DC
Monika Buerger, BA, DC
Jonathan Chung, DC
Tracy Fritz, MD, FAAFP
Emily Kalambaheti, DC
Matthew McCoy, BS, DC, MPH
Ian Shtulman, DC
Sonia McGowin, DC
Samantha Potrzebowski, DC
Chad Yarbrough, DC