By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
I received a fax the other day from Karl Parker Seminars saying they are holding their 10 year chiropractic seminar celebration on January 22 through January 25, 2009. The event is going to be at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas.
The details of the event are on the chiropractic seminars page (scroll down for the January Karl Parker event). I’ve met Dr. Karl the few times over the years, always at seminars in Las Vegas, and this looks like it’s going to be a great chiropractic event.
According to the flyer, there’s going to be more than 55 speakers, covering over 125 different classes. The program is also offering 24 hours of continuing education (CE) credits and I would advise all chiropractors check to see that those credits are valid in their state of practice.
It’s important for all chiropractors to get their relicensing credits taken care of each year (except for in a few states) and January is a great time to do so. I typically wait until October (even though I’ll attend a dozen plus events throughout the year) to get my credits at a CCCLA homecoming event.
I don’t have any news yet for California CCA license renewal seminars yet, but I’m sure a schedule for California coursework will be available soon.
What’s unique about this Karl Parker seminar is that it’s incredibly affordable for chiropractors to attend. I booked hotel rooms in Las Vegas for this January and prices were very reasonable. For this chiropractic seminar, they want you to stay at the Riviera Hotel, so they have an incentive to attend the event nearly free. Check the posted seminar information for more details. You can also call 888 437-5275 and talk to someone about attending this January chiropractic event.