Full Spine Seminar 3 Day

This is a new and reviewer seminar that teaches:

  • D.N.F.T.® Chiropractic philosophy of subluxation
  • Cranials / TMJ
  • Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine
  • Muscles, Soft Tissues, and Organ Reflexes
  • The Essential Motor Skills
    • Palpation & Body Marking
    • Thrusting
    • D.N.F.T.® Reactive Leg Reflex™ Check

This three day seminar which combines the material taught in both the "Cervical & Thoracic" and "Lumbar & Thoracic" Seminars and is a powerful way for new practitioners to begin D.N.F.T. chiropractic through exposure to the entire full spine material, as well as considerable time spent with hands on motor skills.

Motor Skills Intensive Seminar

Motor skill intensive seminars are generally 1 or 1 1/2 days in length. The seminar is devoted to the pure motor skills of:

  • Palpation and body marking
  • Supine and prone leg check
  • Thrusting as adapted to specific osseous and soft tissue structures throughout the body
  • Hand-on application via group adjusting

Motor skills are introduced, illustrated, and practiced in a specific sequence. Correction of all aspects of subluxation is performed in supervised groups.

Many practitioners have reported quantum leaps in their practice results from these seminars.

Cervical and Thoracic 2 Day Seminar

This is an entry level and reviewer seminar, and may be taken in any sequence relative to other D.N.F.T. Seminars. The following are taught:

  • D.N.F.T.® Chiropractic philosophy of subluxation
  • Cranials / TMJ
  • Cervical and Thoracic Spine
  • Muscles, Soft Tissues, and Organ Reflexes
  • The Essential Motor Skills
    • Palpation & Body Marking
    • Thrusting
    • D.N.F.T.® Reactive Leg Reflex™ Check

This seminar is an excellent opportunity for the new attendee to learn D.N.F.T. in a compact, manageable packet.  It is also a good choice for reviewers to gain specific new knowledge, have motor skills appraised, and earn annual referral list requirements

Lumbar and Thoracic 2 Day Seminar

This is an entry level and reviewer seminar, and may be taken in any sequence relative to other D.N.F.T. Seminars. The following are taught:

  • D.N.F.T.® Chiropractic philosophy of subluxation
  • Cranials / TMJ
  • Lumbar and Thoracic Spine
  • Muscles, Soft Tissues, and Organ Reflexes
  • The Essential Motor Skills
    • Palpation & Body Marking
    • Thrusting
    • D.N.F.T.® Reactive Leg Reflex™ Check

This seminar is an excellent opportunity for the new attendee to learn D.N.F.T. in a compact, manageable packet.  It is also a good choice for reviewers to gain specific new knowledge, have motor skills appraised, and earn annual referral list requirements

Extremities Seminar

There are several versions of our D.N.F.T. Extremities Seminar. They are all entry level and continue to remain a favorite for reviewers.

  • Extremities Seminar (2 Day)
  • The Extremities & Orthotics Seminar (2 Day)
  • The Extremities & Orthopedics Seminar (2 Day)
  • The Extremities-Motor-Skill Combo (3 Day)

Any given 2 day Extremities seminar may have different ending times due to included materials.  The topics of these seminars include:

  • Shoulder analysis and correction.
  • Wrist and hand.
  • Knee, ankle, and foot analysis and correction of bones, ligaments, and cartilage.
  • Extensive soft tissues - more than is taught at Full Spine or any other 2-day.
  • Motor skills: palpation, leg check, thrusting
  • (Some seminars) Foot Orthotics theory, practice, and casting certification by Dr Ed Glaser of Sole Supports® Orthodics
  • (Some seminarsl) Extremities orthopedic considerations - a guest orthopedic surgeon will describe and illustrate office examinations, Xrays, MRIs, and surgical interventions for injuries and conditions that warrant them.

Annual Advanced Seminar

This is a special 2 1/2 day seminar for those who have had some experience in practicing D.N.F.T. analysis and adjustment.

It includes the very latest research and discussions of uncommon but important situations encountered by D.N.F.T. practitioners. The most sophisticated lecture topics are discussed and illustrated with live demonstrations. Some time is scheduled for motor skills.

We have traditionally held these seminars in beautiful resort destinations, and arranged the schedule so that friends and family are encouraged to come as well. 50-70% of the attendees in the past have brought family or friends. We have utilized fine hotels at such destinations as: Palm Springs, San Diego, Lake Tahoe, Maine, New Orleans, Calistoga, and Palm Springs.

Practice and patient management or special topics/guest speakers are sometimes included and a Saturday night group dinner (included) has become a great tradition.

Full Spine Combo, or both Cervical & Thoracic and Lumbar & Thoracic are a prerequisite. If 2 Advanced Seminars are attended consecutively with no other types of modules in-between, then at least one Regular Module Seminar must be attended before the next Advanced Seminar.