International Subluxation Summit DL II

Speakers

John Minardi, DC

John Minardi has been involved in martial arts since the age of 12, and competed at the highest level. John became involved with chiropractic following a major injury that occurred during a martial arts match. At a very young age, John was informed, by several members of the medical community that he would never compete again. In addition, John was told that he should consider himself fortunate if he ever walked normally again. Unable to accept this grim future, John sought the help of a Chiropractor. Within six months of treatment, John was walking, running and training in martial arts again. Within a year, John was competing at a world class level. Experiencing first-hand how Chiropractic changed his life, John was determined to become a Chiropractor and help others.
His education began at the University of Windsor, where John excelled in the Kinesiology program. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Human Kinetics, Honours Movement Science in 1996. John continued his passion to learn as much about the human body as possible, by earning his Acupuncturist Certification in 1997. In 2001, John earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, and has been a leader and innovator in the profession ever since.
A Thompson Certified practitioner, instructor and consultant Dr. Minardi is the creator and founder of the Thompson Technique Seminar Series, a 45 hour detailed lecture series which incorporates theoretical explanations with hands on application of the technique. Dr. Minardi is also a consultant and instructor for the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), offering consultation and demonstration in a module focussed on the Neurology of the VSC, and advanced Thompson Technique for children. He is the author of 'The Complete Thompson Textbook - Minardi Integrated Systems', the most comprehensive textbook ever written on the technique, and 'Technique Toolbox', a monthly column focussed on technique in the Canadian Chiropractor Magazine. Intensely passionate concerning the specificity of the adjustment, Dr. Minardi continues to travel internationally, sharing his expertise with chiropractors and chiropractic students this time tested method. Incorporating a step by step breakdown of the technique with the latest research in the fields of neurology and biomechanics, Dr. Minardi has brought this classic technique into the twenty-first century. In addition to his busy lecture schedule, Dr. Minardi operates a successful full-time private practice in Oakville, Ontario.

Scott Rosa, DC, BCAO

EDUCATION:
Palmer College of Chiropractic (1984 – 1987)
Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic Post Graduate Training (1990 – 2009)
POST – DOCTORAL TRAINING:
Specific Cervical Chiropractic Certification: 500 hours (1984-1987)
-Clinical Externship in Specific Cervical Chiropractic Analysis,
-X-ray Techniques, Spinal Biomechanics and Philosophy
Sherman College of Chiropractic Atlas Orthogonal Board Certification Program (1998)
Sweat Foundation Atlas Orthogonal Board Certification Program (1992)
Certified in Electro diagnostics – University of Bridgeport (2003)
Certification in Digital Motion X-Ray Functional Imaging & Anatomy (Comprehensive Course including Principals of Anatomy, Whiplash Diagnosis DMX Protocols, Interpretation, Biomechanics of Whiplash, Vector Forces and Injury, Radiation Safety and Protection) (2003)
Master Certification in Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology – Spine Research Institute of San Diego (SRISD) (2004)
Certification in Low Speed Automobile Crash Reconstruction (SRISD) (2004)
Graduate of Center for Research into Automotive Safety and Health (CRASH) – Spine Research Institute of San Diego (2004)
Certified in Live Automobile Crash Testing (SRISD) (2004)
Certified in Motor Vehicle Crash Forensic Risk Analysis (SRISD) (2004)
Graduate 9th Annual Spine Research Institute of San Diego (SRISD) Scientific Conference (2004)

Tedd Koren, DC

After graduating from Sherman College of Chiropractic (as class valedictorian) Dr. Koren jumped into private practice and professional involvement. He helped found Pennsylvania's only chiropractic college where he taught for two years.
He later hosted a two-hour radio call-in show on commercial radio every week in Philadelphia called “Holistic Hotline.” He met many of the leaders of the natural healing community in the greater Philadelphia area and was exposed to various healing modalities. It was a great education to help make sense out of the often-confusing world of health choices. It's been his unshakeable belief in the wisdom of the body and its power to heal that has guided his choices throughout healthcare decisions for his wife and children. It’s also been at the core of my determination throughout his legal battles (including successfully standing up to the US government) on behalf of the chiropractic profession and the public’s right to freedom of choice in their healthcare. Dr. Koren continues to teach, to lecture and to learn.

Julie Mayer Hunt, DC

“Being witness to the positive impact my father, Dr. David Mayer, had on so many lives, led me to my chosen career of 30+ years. As a chiropractor, I am both blessed and humbled to be able to help my patients improve their lives on a daily basis. I am honored to have the opportunity to affect more lives by making a positive impact on chiropractic care throughout the entire State of Florida. Also, the future of chiropractic care is near and dear to my heart, as my son Travis has now graduated chiropractic college and joined us in the office.”

Dr. Hunt graduated cum laude from Life University in 1981. She has completed post graduate studies leading to her board certification in Orthospinology, Diplomate status in Chiropractic Pediatrics in 2000, and Fellow status in Cervcio-Cranial Junction Procedures in 2016.

John Maltby, DC

John graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa in 1977. Since 1978 he has been in continuous private practice in Blythe, California.
Throughout his professional career John has been active at the state and national levels involving legislation, education and licensure. He has also served in different leadership positions including two terms as the President of the International Chiropractors Association (2005-2009) and as Chairman of the Board (2009-2013).
John is currently a member of the Distinguished Fellows of the ICA. In his home state of California he has served as president of the ICA of California (ICAC) and is currently on their Board of Directors.

John is an experienced speaker and his lectures include topics on geriatrics, disc pathology, chiropractic ethics, and technique applications. In 2003 he was named Educator of the Year by the ICAC and in 2007 was further recognized as Chiropractor of the Year by the International Chiropractors Association.
Dr. Maltby and his wife Debbie have a son, also a chiropractor, a daughter and several grandchildren.

Deed Harrison, DC

Deed E. Harrison, D.C., graduated from Life-West Chiropractic College in 1996. Dr. Harrison has developed and researched original spinal rehabilitation procedures and has lectured to thousands of Chiropractors in over 300 educational conferences around the world. He has authored approximately 100 peer-reviewed spine related publications, 4 spine textbooks, and numerous conference proceedings. He is a highly respected chiropractic researcher and authority in today’s profession.
Dr. Harrison is a manuscript reviewer for several peer-reviewed Spine journals including: Spine, Clinical Biomechanics, Clinical Anatomy, Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the European Spine Journal, BMC Complimentary Alternative Medicine, and BMC Musculo-Skeletal Disorders.
Additionally, Dr. Harrison is a member to the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine (ISSLS), is a former International Chiropractors Association’s (ICA) Nevada State Assembly Representative member, and is the acting Chair of the PCCRP Chiropractic Radiography Guidelines. He formerly held a position on the Chiropractic Physicians Board of Nevada. Currently, Dr. Harrison is the President / CEO of Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®)Technique & Seminars and is the President of CBP NonProfit, Inc. – a spinal research foundation.

Jay Holder, DC

Dr. Holder is the first American to receive the Albert Schweitzer Prize in Medicine from the Albert Schweitzer-Gesellschaft, Austria. 1992 Chiropractor of the Year by The Florida Chiropractic Association, and Florida Chiropractic Society Researcher of the Year in 1995. Dr. Holder is Adjunct Professor, St. Martin’s College, Milwaukee; held appointment to the faculty at the University of Miami, Center for Addiction Studies and Education, and held appointment as post graduate faculty at numerous chiropractic colleges including National College, Life College, Life West and Parker College. Executive Board Member and Treasurer of the Council on Chiropractic Practice.
He is the developer of Torque Release Technique®, discover and developer of the Foundation Point System and Addiction Axis Line in Auriculotherapy, President/Co-Founder of the American College of Addictionology and Compulsive Disorders, which trains and board certifies professionals in the field of addiction worldwide and is Director/Founder of Exodus Treatment Center, a 350 bed addiction facility located in Miami, Florida, Director/Founder of Exodus Israel Addiction and Research Center, Jerusalem, Israel.
At the age of 14, Dr. Holder began his experience in research in neurotoxins at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Holder is presently developing the efficacy of the chiropractic subluxation in addiction treatment and is expanding The Brain Reward Cascade and Reward Deficiency Syndrome (RDS), a model supporting the vertebral subluxation complex. The 1993 United States Senate compared Dr. Holder’s Success in research to Michael Jordan’s performance in basketball. Author of 2 books, edited in several others, author of many scientific papers and research studies, and inventor of medical, acupuncture and chiropractic devices, Dr. Holder lectures worldwide and is in private practice in Miami Beach, Florida, since 1977.

Joshua Lawlor, DC

“Chiropractic is a wonderful profession of service. Lawlor Family Chiropractic is a place where people come to get well. Our job is to remove subluxation of the spine that interferes with the innate intelligence of the body. When the body has the ability to adapt, it will do so. It is so amazing to watch the human potential unfold, and is truly an honor to be part of Chiropractic. We are grateful and eager to serve the friends and families of our patients and community in the years to come!”

Commitment To Education
B.S. in 2001 at Mount Saint Clare College in Clinton, Iowa
Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2005 Cum Laude – D.C.
Extensive study in the Gonstead Technique, Graduate of Troxell Intern Program 2005
Continued Service to Troxell Intern Program as assistant/associate to Dr. Troxell
Director of the Troxell Intern Program
Gonstead Methodology Institute Instructor
Advanced Training
Head Troxell Intern 2004/2005
Member of Palmer Gonstead Club
Over 200 hours of training by Gonstead Methodology Institute
4000 hours of advanced study with Jay Larry Troxell, D.C.
GCSS Member
Gonstead Methodology Institute Instructor
Trained as athletic trainer Mt. St. Clare College
Research, University of North Carolina

Dan Sullivan, DC

Dr. Sullivan has a passion for bringing certainty to the chiropractic profession by educating on the simple science that proves the importance of chiropractic philosophy and the influence of an adjustment! Dr. Dan travels worldwide speaking to students, doctors, and the public about the power of chiropractic, the overwhelming evidence that supports it, and the necessity it should play in today’s healthcare.
After graduating from Chiropractic College in 2004, he built one of the largest practices in the profession seeing over 1000 visits/week. Dr. Sullivan also served as an official team Chiropractor for the U.S. men’s wrestling teams in the world championships in 2010 and 2011, and again at the London Olympics in 2012. Dr. Dan continues to study the science and research behind the spine’s influence on human health and the role of chiropractic. He is a graduate of The Academy of Chiropractic Philosophy Diplomate Program and his strategies and resources help hundreds of Chiropractors increase their certainty and results in practice each month.

Anna Olivetti, DC

Anna Olivetti is a 1996 Logan University, College of Chiropractic graduate and worked at the Kale Chiropractic Research Center from 1994-1995.
She is Upper Cervical Specific System of Practice in Clinical Management Certified. In addition, Dr. Olivetti holds a Missouri DC license with the status of Active in good standing. She is the owner of Chiro Mobile System which is a St. Louis, Missouri Chiropractic Mobile practice system. Dr. Olivetti generously donated cases of books “The Subluxation Specific” to all attendees present at the live International Subluxation Summit. Her love and commitment to Chiropractic is evident in her well known educational lectures.

George Curry, DC, FICA

George B. Curry, DC, DACS, FICA, LCP, just served his second term as ICA’s President, the 18th doctor of chiropractic to hold that top office since ICA’s founding in 1926. He is a 1982 graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, and brings an impressive range of organizational and management skills, political insights, and clinical experience to his leadership position with ICA. He has been active throughout his chiropractic career in national and international chiropractic organizations including the Connecticut Chiropractic Council as well as the ICA. Committed to professional development and education in chiropractic, he has served as an Extended Faculty member for Palmer College, Logan College and The University of Bridgeport Chiropractic College. Practicing in Windsor, Connecticut Dr. Curry has also served outside the US performing chiropractic mission work in Poland, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, China, and India. Dr. Curry is a Diplomate in ICA’s Council on Applied Chiropractic Sciences, a member of the Legion of Chiropractic Philosophers, and a Distinguished Fellow of the ICA.

Ian Bulow, DC

With the heartfelt desire to serve, Dr. Bulow gained his chiropractic education from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Bulow graduated with honors in February 2008 and was elected to receive the Outstanding Graduate Award. While in school he decided to focus on Upper Cervical using the Blair technique. He has since been a member of the Blair Chiropractic Society board of directors and is currently a certified instructor for the society. Dr. Bulow also graduated top of his class in an inaugural program through the International Chiropractic Association which certifies Chiropractic doctors as upper cervical specialists, and he was the Valedictorian of the Inagural Diplomate class. Dr. Bulow is also a board member of the Council on Upper Cervical Care.
Dr. Bulow is best known for his passion and service to his profession and his patients.
“I don’t consider myself anyone special,” says Dr. Bulow, “I just want to make a positive difference in peoples lives with the time that I have in this life!”

Beth Zogg, DC

A native to Muscatine, Beth graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Dance in 1991. She earned her doctorate of chiropractic from Life University in 1995 and has practiced in both Georgia and Iowa. Dr. Beth has been an instructor at Life University in Upper Cervical X-Ray Analysis and Thermography and has been a post-graduate instructor in the Thompson Technique at Life University and Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Beth has also taught Nutrition and Anatomy & Physiology at Muscatine Community College in Muscatine, IA. She taught Pilates Reformer sessions at the University of Iowa Dance Dept. and has completed course work in rehabilitation with Polestar Pilates. Beth is also a certified Yoga instructor. At this time, Dr. Beth is focused on Chiropractic practice with the exception of teaching a few ballet classes at a local dance studio.

Eric Jaszewski, DC

Dr. Jaszewski split his undergraduate time between Boston College and Wayne State University (noted for its top medical program) and finished his undergraduate work with concentrations in both Biological/Life Sciences and Chemistry. He received a Doctorate of Chiropractic at Life University in Marietta, GA. Since graduating he has received post-graduate training in the field of Natural Health and Wellness, as well as becoming a certified instructor of the Pierce RESULTS System of Subluxation Analysis and Correction.

John Bergman, DC

Dr. Bergman is a one of a kind chiropractor, holistic doctor and a brilliant researcher who has dedicated his life to teaching and helping people with various, serious health conditions. With Dr. Bergman’s unique approach and years of professional experience, even the most challenging cases have a potential to be success stories.

He was propelled into Chiropractic by a severe auto accident he experienced as a young man, that resulted in 2 broken legs, fractured skull and sternum along with several organ injuries. With great personal need and a passion for healing and regenerating Dr. Bergman began studying the body’s recovery process. He obtained his degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, eventually becoming an academic teacher at CCCLA. He taught Human Anatomy, Physiology, Biomechanics, and 4 Chiropractic techniques: Full Spine Specific (Palmer Method), Thompson, Diversified, and Extremity Adjusting. Dr. Bergman has an extensive knowledge of human anatomy and physiology that few can match. He successfully runs his clinic "Bergman Family Chiropractic", that continues to grow serving hundreds of people every week by focusing on corrective methods of healing along with a pediatric development.

CE Credits

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Alberta Canada

Approved

24 Hrs. Jan 1- June 30, 2020 Only

Alaska

Approved

Max 16 CE Hours Distance Learning

Alabama

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Max 6 CE Hours Distance Learning

Arkansas

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Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning

California

Approved

Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning

Colorado

Approved

Max 10 CE Hours Distance Learning

Connecticut

Approved

Max 48 CE Hours Distance Learning

Delaware

Approved

Max 6 CE Hours Distance Learning

District of Columbia

Approved

Max 24 CE Hours Distance Learning

Florida

Approved

Max 10 CE Hours Distance Learning

Georgia

Approved

Max 20 CEHours Distance Learning

Hawaii

Pending

Max 20 CE Hours Distance Learning

Idaho

Approved

Max 6 CE Hours Distance Learning

Illinois

Approved

Yes Max 150 CE Hours

Iowa

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Max 40 CE Hours Distance Learning

Kansas

Pending

Max 50 CE Hours Distance Learning

Massachusetts

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Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning

Maine

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Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning

Maryland

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Max 48 CE Hours Distance Learning

Michigan

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Max 15 CE Hours Distance Learning

Minnesota

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Max 20 CE Hours Distance Learning

Montana

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Max 13 CE Hours Distance Learning

Missouri

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Max 48 CE Hours Distance Learning

Nebraska

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Max 6 CE Hours Distance Learning

New Zealand

Approved

Eligible for CPD

Nevada

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Max 36 CE Hours Distance Learning

New Hampshire

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Max 5 Hours CE Distance Learning

New Jersey

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Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning

New Mexico

Pending

Max 8 CE Hours Distance Learning

New York

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Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning - Holder, Rosa & Curry NOT APPROVED

North Carolina

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Max 8 CE Hours Distance Learning

North Dakota

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Max 20 CE Hours Distance Learning

Ohio

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Max 36 CE Hours Distance Learning

Oregon

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Max 20 CE Hours Distance Learning

Pennsylvannia

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Approval Ends Nov 30 2020 Max 20 CE Hours Distance Learning

Rhode Island

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Max 30 CE Hours Distance Learning

South Carolina

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Max 18 CE Hours Distance Learning

South Dakota

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Max 40 CE Hours Distance Learning

Texas

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Max 10 CE Hours Distance Learning

Utah

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Max 10 CE Hours Distance Learning

Virgin Islands

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Eligible for CPD

Vermont

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Max 24 CE Hours Distance Learning

Virginia

Approved

Type 1 Distance Learning

Washington

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Max 12 CE Hours Distance Learning

Wyoming

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Max 4 Hours CE Distance Learning

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Pricing

Special for the month of April, the cost for 28 hours of CE and instruction is $70.

Rates

April Special

$20

Additional CE Cost

$50

Non Member Total Cost

$450

ICA Member Total Cost

$300