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April 11, 2018
8:30-9:30PM

Evidencing the Arc of Tension to Create Your Own Hands-On Chiropractic Technique

Presenter: Etienne DuBarry, DC

 

The model of the Arc of Tension (AOT) is a set of common rules for all hands-on high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) adjustments enabling doctors to modify their own technique to maximize the cavitation. The rationale behind the AOT model will explain the many “little tricks” that chiropractors, osteopaths, and other practitioners of manipulation have learned for a successful adjustment.

 

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 ** 1 CEU approved

  

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ANJC will send out an email with a link to the distance learning version to members. Please note, this email will be sent out 7 to 10 days after the live webinar. 


Please see the answered FAQ about webinars per the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners:

How many credits can I obtain from distance learning courses such as home study or Internet courses?
A licensee shall complete no more than 12 of the total continuing chiropractic education credits by asynchronous distance learning courses where the instructor and the learner are not in direct, and live communication during the course.
Can I earn more than 12 continuing chiropractic education credits from live webinars?
You can earn more than 12 continuing chiropractic education credits from live webinar courses (synchronous distance learning activities) that are a live didactic learning experience where the instructor and learner are in direct live communication during the course.
Please visit the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners website for more FAQ.

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2018-04-11 20:30:00 2018-04-11 21:30:00 America/Detroit Evidencing the Arc of Tension to Create Your Own Hands-On Chiropractic Technique   The model of the Arc of Tension (AOT) is a set of common rules for all hands-on high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) adjustments enabling doctors to modify their own technique to maximize the cavitation. The rationale behind the AOT model will explain the many “little tricks” that chiropractors, osteopaths, and other practitioners of manipulation have learned for a successful adjustment.   Webinar quizzes now come to you in survey format from the following email address: customercare@gotowebinar.com. To ensure that you receive the quiz, you MUST check the following: 1.      Unblock your email pop-ups How to enable pop-ups in: Chrome Internet Explorer Firefox Gmail Outlook 2.      Check your Spam folder   Spots are limited! Webinars are for current ANJC members ONLY; advance registration is suggested. We cannot guarantee webinar access if you register past 10 A.M. EST on the day of the webinar. Click here to Register    If you do not check your email settings or Spam folder you may not receive the survey. Unfortunately, we are unable to resend the survey without you having to watch the webinar again. Thank you for your patience!       ** 1 CEU approved    Can't watch the live version on Wednesday night? ANJC will send out an email with a link to the distance learning version to members. Please note, this email will be sent out 7 to 10 days after the live webinar.  Please see the answered FAQ about webinars per the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners: How many credits can I obtain from distance learning courses such as home study or Internet courses? A licensee shall complete no more than 12 of the total continuing chiropractic education credits by asynchronous distance learning courses where the instructor and the learner are not in direct, and live communication during the course. Can I earn more than 12 continuing chiropractic education credits from live webinars? You can earn more than 12 continuing chiropractic education credits from live webinar courses (synchronous distance learning activities) that are a live didactic learning experience where the instructor and learner are in direct live communication during the course. Please visit the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners website for more FAQ. ----