March 7, 2013
Building Bridges in Canada -Quebec Association Co-sponsor of Council's 2013 Conference in Montreal
The ICA Pediatrics Council continues to build bridges around the world with its postgraduate program and symposiums that have become noted for their excellence and clinical relevancy to the chiropractic practitioner. This year the Council is holding ts Annual Conference to Montreal, Canada and is pleased to annouce that the event is co-sponsored by the Association des Chiropraticiens du Quebec. The conference will take place October 4-6 at the Marriott Chateau Champlain hote, There will also be a celebration of the graduation of the first group of Pediatriic Diplomates (DICCPs)s in Montreal during a Saturday night banquet.
This conference will be a historic event as it will be a bil-lingual conference, a first for the chiropractic profession. "Our goal has always been to provide quality pediatric eduacation to DCs everywhere, " said Council Chair Lora Tanis, DC, DICCP. "With the many DCs in Quebec we felt it only appropriate that we make the effort to present in English and French. Fortunately many of the speakers who have the required expertise are fluent in both languages so it was much easier than we expected. We invite our French-speaking colleagues in Europe to come to Montreal, it will be an extraordinary experience. I also want to thank the Quebec Association for co-sponsoring this event, we know with their support this wlll be a conference to remember."
The slate of exceptional speakers will lecture on topics from infant brain development, pelvic instability in pregnancy, breastfeeding dysfunctions, youth sports injuries, case studies in radiology, gut brain axis in pediatric health, managment of special needs cases, infant common conditions and much, much more. Technique workshops are also included. Research papes will be presented in both Frencn and English.
This conference is designed for the chiropractic family practitioner and experienced as well as DCs new to practice will benefit from the varied clinical topics and practical workshops. Continuing Educational hours will be administered and applied for by Palmer College of Chiropractic for US states and the province of Alberta. To register click here.