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  Focusing on Children and Chiropractic at Lyceum 2005
by Director of Continuing Education Rebecca Clusserath


Would you like to see more families and children in your practice? Do you feel uneasy about adjusting infants and small children? Are you looking for the right words to communicate the importance of chiropractic care for children? This year Lyceum will offer a special “Children’s Day” on Friday designed to take you each step of the way in helping you feel more confident in seeing more children and families in your practice.

Join four experts who will teach you and guide you to achieving the confidence you are looking for. Gloria Niles, D.C., will present current and scientific literature and public health information supporting the importance of chiropractic care for children. Judy Campanale, D.C., will teach people young and old about communicating the need for chiropractic care for children. Ron Castellucci, D.C., will help you gain confidence and learn skills to adjust infants and children. And Jeanne Ohm, D.C., will pull everything together when she presents procedures, techniques and current research to update your skills, services and knowledge of how to help your family practice grow.

Log on to for more information about Friday’s focus on children, along with all other Lyceum event details. It’s going to be a fantastic weekend! There’s something for everyone.