FTCA - Forward 2019
September 20-22, Logan University
3 days of career changing speakers, events, and networking.
Up to 20 hours of high quality continuing education. (Based on Forward 2018 hours)
Social events galore!
Gray Cook PT - “A Systematic Approach to Clinical Decision-Making - Why Some Correctives Work and Others Don't”
Greg Kawchuk DC PhD - “Putting the ACT in chiroprACTic”
Christine Goertz DC PhD - “Implementing the American College of Physician’s Guideline for Low Back Pain: Building an Evidence-Based Case for Chiropractic “
Brett Winchester DC -
Annie O’Connor PT - 2 presentations -
"Pain Mechanism Classification translates Pain Science Education into Clinical Practice"
"Words can Hurt, Harm and Heal. Learn the pain science education that can heal Pain Mechanisms"
Brandon Steele DC - “Thinking Sideways: Why Divergent Thoughts Will Lead To Innovation In Healthcare”
Kevin Christie DC and Mr. Jon Morrison - “Modern Marketing In The Trenches: What To Do To Start Making A Bigger Impact Right Now”
Aaron Welk DC DACBR - “Imaging of Upper Extremity Athletic Injuries”
Mr. Todd Hargrove - “Insights on Pain and Movement from the Feldenkrais Method”
Gregg Friedman DC and Michael Massey DC
Jason Hulme DC - “Refining the Evidence Informed Practice”
Ryan DeBell DC
Ross Mattox DC, Dan Haun DC, DACBR, and Pat Battaglia DC, DACBR - “Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Ultrasound for the Practicing Chiropractor”
And many, many more!
SOCIAL EVENTS! -
Friday “TED Talks” - Fast paced and interesting presentations by speakers offering interesting viewpoints and perspectives of our profession.
Kick off Cocktail Party - Follows the “TED Talks” on Friday evening. Socializing and refreshment to start the weekend right.
Student Exposition - Saturday’s Student Exposition is a conference within a conference for chiropractic students. Specific speakers, content, and even a preceptor/job fair for student attendees!
Multiple events with vendors - Coffee breaks, a hands on demo zone, and a good ole time with out dedicated sponsors.
The “Clinical Jazz Lounge” - Clinical Jazz, made famous by Professor Stuart McGill. We’re going to put a condition on the board, a bunch of clinicians in a room, and everyone can play “Jazz” with their best ways to approach managing it.