College’s CE department offers a variety of sponsored and co-sponsored events to
help with your continuous learning experiences during your chiropractic career.
Presenters include Sherman College faculty and other world-class speakers.
Robert Braile, D.C.
The department kicks off the 2008 calendar with Chiropractic Jedi
presented by Robert Braile, D.C., February 23-24 on the Sherman College campus.
Robert “Bob” Braile has been involved in almost every aspect of chiropractic
life having been a successful high volume practitioner, author, instructor and
administrator at a chiropractic college and a regular speaker at numerous
programs in chiropractic. He has been involved in chiropractic politics on the
state, national and international level and served as the eleventh president of
the International Chiropractors Association. He is also involved in service to
chiropractors through the company he founded, Now You Know, Inc. Don’t miss his
12-hour seminar that will teach you to step outside the current perspective on
chiropractic and gain a fresh look at the profession as a unique offering in
health care. Attendees will understand subluxation care concepts from a patient
perspective, learn tools and technology available to increase patient compliance
and much more.
Do you want to become proficient in an upper cervical technique? Then you may be
interested in the Board Certified Atlas Orthogonal certification program with
Roy Sweat, D.C. After completing 100 hours of basic Atlas Orthogonal training
and one dissection seminar, a doctor of chiropractic can start this four-module
certification program; module one starts in March each year. While the
certification modules are taken at Roy Sweat’s clinic in Georgia, registrations
are submitted to Sherman College CE department.
Are you passionate about chiropractic philosophy and want to learn more? Sherman
College’s Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP) will be starting its third
class in May at Lyceum 2008. The ACP program is a 10-module, 100-hour scholarly
postgraduate course designed to deepen one’s understanding of chiropractic by
challenging and inspiring one to learn and think more about chiropractic
philosophy and its relationship to the above-down-inside-out worldview. For
details about the ACP program, go to
contact Philosophy Department Chair Bill Decken, D.C., at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call
800-849-8771, ext. 235.
For a wide variety of topics in CE credit, don’t miss Lyceum 2008: Inspire the
Fire, May 22-25. This year’s program will offer 20+ hours of CE credit in the
philosophy, art and science of chiropractic. In addition, the schedule offers
risk management hours in ethics, CPR and South Carolina Rules and Regulations.
Top speakers from around the profession will be here to help you become the best
you and your practice can be. Don’t forget, Lyceum is not just about CE – it’s
also great fun and fellowship for your staff and family. Watch for details on
our web site (www.sherman.edu/lyceum)
and a postcard in your mailbox soon!
D.C., Ron Castellucci, D.C., and Joe Donofrio, D.C., will be traveling to the
Northeast in late summer for their presentation Growing Chiropractic with
Reckless Simplicity. This 12-hour lecture is designed to use the art,
science and philosophy of chiropractic to inspire and teach chiropractors to
wholeheartedly promote lifetime family chiropractic care in their communities
and practices. The program will focus on three generational types of patients
and the unique analysis, adjusting and communication skills to use for each
Continuing education offerings will continue to evolve throughout the year, so I
invite you to check the Sherman web site for updates and additions. The CE
department strives to present quality programs to educate you and your practice.
For more information about any Sherman College continuing education program,
please log on to
email@example.com, or call 800-849-8771 ext. 229 or 263.