American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists Las Vegas

By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

Among the dozens of chiropractic postcards I receive at my office each week, there was one the other day for a clinical chiropractic seminar taking place in Las Vegas. The American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists is presenting their Clinical Update 2011 on April 28-30, at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada.

American College Chiropractic Orthopedists

The above photograph of the postcard I received has information for registering online, as well as a phone number for the Tropicana Hotel and Casino. If you’re going to this event, don’t forget room rates are only available until April 6 (highlighted in red).

The other side of the card mentions a few brief things about the clinical conference. Looks like there is a lower seminar registration fee from in the past (which includes two lunches and two breakfasts), there are excellent Vegas Hotel rates ( the lowest they’ve had in many years), and there is a 5% discount for members of NCMIC.

I will be in Las Vegas earlier that week (non-chiropractic conference), but I won’t be attending the clinical event, still I wanted to post the information. It’s not necessarily the type of chiropractic event you’d typically find me attending, but I’ve found over the years, it’s better to the information out there, and let chiropractors make choices on which continuing education and chiropractic seminars they want to attend.

For seminar registration fees, check with the ACCO, since that information isn’t on the card. I’ve mentioned at least a few times before, that I love Las Vegas for conferences (mostly because of the ease of getting to from Los Angeles), and if you happen to be a chiropractor going to Las Vegas at the end of April, this gives you one more reason to do so.

Sorry the photograph isn’t of the greatest quality. If you cannot read the address for the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedics because of the excessive light, it is 653 Main St., Melrose, MA 02176.

2 thoughts on “American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists Las Vegas”

    1. I’d say your best bet is to check with the orthopedic website, I think it’s listed on the postcard. Normally, most of the chiropractic seminars and conferences are including the names of speakers on postcards, so I am a bit surprised that they didn’t do so in this case.

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