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.
Dr. Dale Thompson’s “DCs2Be”
Dr. Thompson has proposed a scholarship to allow students to attend Forward 19.
If you would like to help more students attend the event, your donations will be greatly appreciated. Each donation received will be matched 100% by the FTCA, doubling the amount of students who can attend.
The FTCA EPIC Team Leaders will be the judges of scholarship winners. And the entry requirements for students will be made known far and wide.
Students who wish to attend should prepare their travel planning. The opportunity for a scholarship is not guaranteed. The best way to guarantee admission is to purchase a ticket in advance.