Posting some information on this 2008 European Symposium event as it looks interesting…

Experience Chiropractic in the Enchanting Setting of Historic Tuscany. Join us for a fabulous weekend of Chiropractic Education, Technique & Philosophy that you will never forget. The 2008 International European Chiropractic Symposium features Drs. Tedd Koren, Tim O’Shea and Douglas Inkol on October 11th & 12th, 2008 in Tuscany, Italy.

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Time to hear some positive affirmations about chiropractic and the validity of the holistic model from 3 of the top presenters in the profession. A weekend of insightful and enlightening discussions, set in the classic pastoral surroundings of historic Tuscany.

The coursework presented in this 2 day symposium will focus on such vital topics as:

Philosophical considerations, classical and modern Mechanistic vs.Vitalistic paradigm
The Connections of Health – chiropractic and physical, mental/emotional and spiritual health
The Koren Specific Technique – an introduction and demonstrations
Childhood immunization – questions all parents should ask
The future of nutrition Bioterrain detoxification at the cellular level
The defining principles of patient communication
The power of intent – Chiropractic Patient Education through the Quantum Physics perspective

Hear the most well researched and up to date information available anywhere today on these subjects firsthand, from the primary authors themselves.

For a more detailed syllabus of the Symposium, as well as details on the Tuscan setting itself, please go to:

This Autumn venue is a perfect time in Europe after the holiday crowds have left.
Very accessible from both Rome and Florence – only 1.5 hours drive.

To register for the Symposium please call 480-370-9134 or 408-298-1800 (outside USA: 001 then the number) Enrollment limited to the first 200 sign-ups. This venue will definately sell out, so don’t wait until the last minute. Call for details on hotel, seminar rates, and other details. View event listing here.