Bloomington, Minnesota – Lower Extremity Hands-on-Seminar
December 3 @ 4:00 pm - December 4 @ 3:00 pm
FICS is proud to host the International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) in beautiful Minnesota, in partnership with North Western Health Science University.
This is a CE registered event – 20 credits for the states surrounding Minnesota. No pre-requisite classes or advanced certs are required to attend this seminar
ICSC Lower Extremity hands-on seminar.
Lower Extremity NWHS December 2021 Seminar Theory section: Delivered as a Live zoom Webinar (synchronous program), where the student will complete ten (10 hours of theory online prior to attending the face to face course). This is compulsory to prepare you for the workshop sessions during the hands-on seminar. The hands-on session is fully hands-on and you must hold a certificate of completion from the Theory Webinar program (10 hours online learning) to attend the face-to-face session. Only students who attend the live webinar will be able to claim CE points for this 10 hours theory.
What if I register after this live webinar? Can I still attend? Absolutely, Students who register after this live webinar will be sent a link to the online theory where they can access all the recordings, PowerPoint learning material and quizzes. You will need to complete this in your own time before the face to face session.
LOWER Extremity ICSC program:
Part 1: Date: Pre seminar Theory – Live zoom session – The instructor for this theory seminar will be drawn from FICS international instructor pool
- 5 November 2021. 4-8 PM CT (UTC -5)
- 6 November 2021 9-3 PM CT (UTC -5)
Part 2: Face-To-Face: Dr Tim Stark & Dr Jordan Knowlton-Key
- 3 December 2021. 4-8 PM CT (UTC -5)
- 4 December 2021. 9-3 PM CT (UTC -5)
FURTHER SEMINAR INFORMATION:
Do you want to be considered to work at the World Games in Birmingham 2022? To apply to work at an international event as a Sports Chiropractic team member you must hold your ICSC certification. Doctors holding a postdoctoral sports-specific chiropractic degree can use this course as the pathway for the awarding of the ICSC. At the time of completion of this seminar, doctors will be required to submit their degree, evidence of working with athletes, and a current first aid accreditation in the last two years.
- Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (USA)
- Diplomate in sports chiropractic (USA)
- Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Science (Canada)
- IFEC Sports Chiropractic Program (France)
- Masters of Sports Science and Rehabilitation degree
Members holding an ICSC, ICCSP or ICCSD accreditation that wish to attend this seminar as a refresher can reach out to email@example.com for a 100 CHF discounted coupon code.
We are preparing for a Covid19 safe event We are planning for safe distance and controlled capacity. Mandatory use of facemask and we will have extra cleaning shifts. Hands-on practices will be with teams of two with the same teammate for the whole seminar. We will be encouraging people to let us know if they can bring their own portable table, however not compulsory as we will ensure we cater enough tables for everyone.
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