By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
I mentioned yesterday that I’d be going to the Cleveland Chiropractic College Campus on Saturday, October 6 for a continuing education program the school is offering. The event is presented by the alumni association of CCCLA, of which earlier this year I became a lifetime member. Michael Brown’s office faxed me some information related to the date so I thought I’d post it up here.
It includes Dr. Mark Charrette and the primary topic of the day is Extremity Adjusting. There is also going to be x-ray education with Dr. David Gendreau (one of my instructors when I attended Cleveland in the 90s). Event is on the campus grounds which are at 590 N. Vermont Ave in Los Angeles. Program starts at 8 a.m. and goes until 8:30 p.m. According to the fax I received, there is going to be 12 hours of relicensure, including four hours of technique and five hours of x-ray.
This chiropractic seminar is approved in California, and includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you’re interested in going you can contact the school directly for registration information at 323-906-2197.
Some other details I received include parking in lot A, lunch is going to be from 1230 to 130, and adjusting is going to take place in the afternoon and into the evening. The entire program is approved in California (but has not been submitted to other states). The entire program is $99 for Cleveland Los Angeles graduates in $149 for all others. If you’re interested in taking the x-ray part only cost is $50. If you’re interested in attending the technique part only the cost is $50. If you are a Lifetime Member of the Cleveland Chiropractic College alumni Association your attendance is paid for (yippee!).
Check out the seminar pages for more details on chiropractic education in your part of the world.