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SPINAL DIAGNOSIS
14 - 15 October, 2017
Marriott Courtyard . Sydney . NSW

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CHIROPRACTIC DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL

SPINAL DIAGNOSIS MODULE

14 - 15 October 2017 . Marriott Courtyard . Sydney . NSW

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SPINAL DIAGNOSIS
14 - 15 October, 2017
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CHIROPRACTIC DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL

SPINAL DIAGNOSIS MODULE

14 - 15 October 2017 . Marriott Courtyard . Sydney . NSW

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CLINICAL TRAINING & COMMUNICATION PROGRAM

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MODULE 2 - SPINAL DIAGNOSIS

The Chiropractor’s contribution to human wellbeing is multi-dimensional. However, the currency of respect in health care is diagnostic expertise. Your authority as a clinician is built upon your ability to diagnose across a core scope of practice, and to do it at a more refined level than anyone else. This Module will hone your diagnostic skills and equip you with the knowledge and tools to skilfully navigate the complex world of spinal diagnosis. Furthermore, you’ll take away key skills for communicating your expertise at this most crucial level of clinical thinking. This is where you demonstrate your positioning as a spine expert.

The Spinal Diagnosis Module will help you to answer some of the key frustrations and contradictions experienced by chiropractors. Would you like greater certainty when recommending care to your patients? Have you considered how much your tissue diagnosis really matters when it comes to the science of valid care giving? Would you like to know which clinical tests are truly robust and can be relied upon to help you make a firm diagnosis? Would you like to know how to vary your adjustments and treatment applications in accordance with the tissue diagnosis that you have made? How does an adjustment help a patient who has torn the connective tissue of an intervertebral disc? Can sacroiliac joints really 'go out of alignment'? If not, then what actually happens to them? Are you comfortable explaining what you do to another health care professional using the language of science and free from jargon?

This Module will show you all of this and more. So join Dr Matthew Long for an inspiring weekend that will change how you think and how you practice.
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SOPHISTICATED DIAGNOSIS
BECOME A TRUE EXPERT IN SPINAL DISORDERS
Your clinical development will begin with the humble facet joint. How do they hurt? How often do they hurt? And is it actually possible to diagnose a facet joint lesion?

From there we will look deeply at the sacroiliac joint. You’ll be guided through the research on the subtle diagnostic distinctions that will set you apart as an expert in this area.

On one hand you must appreciate the sacroiliac joints as a potent source of back pain, but on the other be wary of over-ambitious notions of gross sacroiliac motion. Indeed, many of the chiropractic theories regarding positional misalignments of the pelvis, and our ability to thrust them back into shape, have come about largely as a failure to understand what’s really going on in there.

Let CDI bring you up-to-date with the latest research topics on sacroiliac dysfunction such as failure of load transfer between the legs and trunk and the resulting effects on factors such as balance and knee stability.

The lumbar intervertebral disc simultaneously poses perhaps one of the greatest challenges and opportunities for chiropractors. Why? Because if you can demonstrate your in-depth knowledge of all of the issues involved, highlight your diagnostic skill and offer a compelling road map for treatment then your value as a problem solver will skyrocket. But you do need a strategy and this Module aims to give you one. We will also spend time learning the essentials of interpreting MRI scans - one of the most valuable tools for making your diagnosis, and your prognosis.

From a chiropractic perspective, the orthopaedic and neurological examinations are more than the search for end-stage pathology, such as space-occupying lesions or frank radiculopathy. That’s why this Module emphasises the role of neurological mechanisms in the control of posture and joint stability.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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SOPHISTICATED DIAGNOSIS
BECOME A TRUE EXPERT IN SPINAL DISORDERS
Your clinical development will begin with the humble facet joint. How do they hurt? How often do they hurt? And is it actually possible to diagnose a facet joint lesion?

From there we will look deeply at the sacroiliac joint. You’ll be guided through the research on the subtle diagnostic distinctions that will set you apart as an expert in this area.

On one hand you must appreciate the sacroiliac joints as a potent source of back pain, but on the other be wary of over-ambitious notions of gross sacroiliac motion. Indeed, many of the chiropractic theories regarding positional misalignments of the pelvis, and our ability to thrust them back into shape, have come about largely as a failure to understand what’s really going on in there.

Let CDI bring you up-to-date with the latest research topics on sacroiliac dysfunction such as failure of load transfer between the legs and trunk and the resulting effects on factors such as balance and knee stability.

The lumbar intervertebral disc simultaneously poses perhaps one of the greatest challenges and opportunities for chiropractors. Why? Because if you can demonstrate your in-depth knowledge of all of the issues involved, highlight your diagnostic skill and offer a compelling road map for treatment then your value as a problem solver will skyrocket. But you do need a strategy and this Module aims to give you one. We will also spend time learning the essentials of interpreting MRI scans - one of the most valuable tools for making your diagnosis, and your prognosis.

From a chiropractic perspective, the orthopaedic and neurological examinations are more than the search for end-stage pathology, such as space-occupying lesions or frank radiculopathy. That’s why this Module emphasises the role of neurological mechanisms in the control of posture and joint stability.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National
for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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SOPHISTICATED DIAGNOSIS
BECOME A TRUE EXPERT IN SPINAL DISORDERS
Your clinical development will begin with the humble facet joint. How do they hurt? How often do they hurt? And is it actually possible to diagnose a facet joint lesion?

From there we will look deeply at the sacroiliac joint. You’ll be guided through the research on the subtle diagnostic distinctions that will set you apart as an expert in this area.

On one hand you must appreciate the sacroiliac joints as a potent source of back pain, but on the other be wary of over-ambitious notions of gross sacroiliac motion. Indeed, many of the chiropractic theories regarding positional misalignments of the pelvis, and our ability to thrust them back into shape, have come about largely as a failure to understand what’s really going on in there.

Let CDI bring you up-to-date with the latest research topics on sacroiliac dysfunction such as failure of load transfer between the legs and trunk and the resulting effects on factors such as balance and knee stability.

The lumbar intervertebral disc simultaneously poses perhaps one of the greatest challenges and opportunities for chiropractors. Why? Because if you can demonstrate your in-depth knowledge of all of the issues involved, highlight your diagnostic skill and offer a compelling road map for treatment then your value as a problem solver will skyrocket. But you do need a strategy and this Module aims to give you one. We will also spend time learning the essentials of interpreting MRI scans - one of the most valuable tools for making your diagnosis, and your prognosis.

From a chiropractic perspective, the orthopaedic and neurological examinations are more than the search for end-stage pathology, such as space-occupying lesions or frank radiculopathy. That’s why this Module emphasises the role of neurological mechanisms in the control of posture and joint stability.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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SOPHISTICATED DIAGNOSIS
BECOME A TRUE EXPERT IN SPINAL DISORDERS
Your clinical development will begin with the humble facet joint. How do they hurt? How often do they hurt? And is it actually possible to diagnose a facet joint lesion?

From there we will look deeply at the sacroiliac joint. You’ll be guided through the research on the subtle diagnostic distinctions that will set you apart as an expert in this area.

On one hand you must appreciate the sacroiliac joints as a potent source of back pain, but on the other be wary of over-ambitious notions of gross sacroiliac motion. Indeed, many of the chiropractic theories regarding positional misalignments of the pelvis, and our ability to thrust them back into shape, have come about largely as a failure to understand what’s really going on in there.

Let CDI bring you up-to-date with the latest research topics on sacroiliac dysfunction such as failure of load transfer between the legs and trunk and the resulting effects on factors such as balance and knee stability.

The lumbar intervertebral disc simultaneously poses perhaps one of the greatest challenges and opportunities for chiropractors. Why? Because if you can demonstrate your in-depth knowledge of all of the issues involved, highlight your diagnostic skill and offer a compelling road map for treatment then your value as a problem solver will skyrocket. But you do need a strategy and this Module aims to give you one. We will also spend time learning the essentials of interpreting MRI scans - one of the most valuable tools for making your diagnosis, and your prognosis.

From a chiropractic perspective, the orthopaedic and neurological examinations are more than the search for end-stage pathology, such as space-occupying lesions or frank radiculopathy. That’s why this Module emphasises the role of neurological mechanisms in the control of posture and joint stability.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

14 - 15 October, 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 16 Sept

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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

14 - 15 October, 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 16 Sept

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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

14 - 15 October, 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 16 Sept

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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

14 - 15 October, 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 16 Sept

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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984
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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984
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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984
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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we
advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984