The Functional Restoration Lecture Series started in 2011 and has been receiving rave reviews since its inception. Dr. Kerchansky is a firm believer that education is the only pathway to better results in patient care and he has continued his own education in many areas.
Continuing education seminars were really veiled sales pitches, someone puffing their chest telling everyone else they were doing it wrong, or just flat out boring. In 2010, he contacted his alma mater, Northwestern Health Sciences University and inquired about creating his own platform for continuing education. For the next year he compiled material for the seminar platform, and in 2012 the first tour began. It included twenty-six seminars in thirteen cities around the country.
In 2012, the series consisted of two separate seminars, Functional Restoration of the Hip and Functional Restoration of the Shoulder. In 2013 we updated the materials and changed around the seminars to be even more comprehensive including the spine.
This year we will be in eleven cities around the country putting on two separate seminars again. The Functional Restoration of the Low Back, Hip and Knee combined with The Functional Restoration of the Cerivcal Spine, Thoracic Spine and Shoulder will comprise each weekend. The materials have been enhanced, and the seminars will be even more hands-on then they were last year.
2014 also includes documentation packages for all attendees, and a special focus on motor vehicle related injuries. Attendees will go home with detailed documentation templates for all injuries and specific algorithms for motor vehicle related injuries.
All of our seminars are sponsored by Northwestern Health Sciences University for chiropractic continuing education. We are also an approved provider for Licensed Massage Therapists through the National Certificaion Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers and various other rehabilitation professionals have attended our seminars and received continuing education units as well.
Click on the seminar schedule link to view our course list.