Idaho Falls, ID: SORSI, Sacro Occipital Research Society International, will hold its 2014 Mid Year Chiropractic Research and Education Symposium from Friday, April 25 – Sunday, April 27, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Hyatt Place Charlotte Downtown. The event entitled Treating Complex Lumbopelvic Disorders will feature hands on training by leading chiropractors including John Farmer, DC, FICS; Thomas Bloink, DC, DICS, Michael Cindrich, DC, DICS; John Crescione, DC, DICS, Bradly Kuntz, DC, CC; Noel Taylor, DC, AP; Stephane Provencher, DC, CC.
Topics include: Cranial considerations for the pelvis, advanced adjusting procedures, diagnosis and treatment of sacroiliac tears, protocols for speedier, more accurate, more in depth full spine diagnosis, analysis and treatment of the TMJ and its pelvic link, intricate relationships between the sacrum and ilia. CEU’s available in North Carolina and most states. The event qualifies for thirteen SORSI hours.