Introduction to Chiropractic Neonatal Examination and Treatment
1 1/2 days
14th & 15th October 2017
Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, University of South Wales
This one and half day weekend seminar will mix interactive and lecture sessions and will focus on:
• Eliciting and interpreting findings from history and clinical examination to construct a reasonable differential diagnosis.
• Preparation of a management plan, with consideration of adequate communication to children and their parents.
• Neonatal orthopaedic and neurological examination, looking at normal and abnormal findings, including Red Flags
• Conditions commonly seen in Chiropractic
There will be a practical session covering chiropractic and cranio-sacral techniques suitable for newborns
Payment Terms and Conditions
- 1. A place on the course is reserved when the completed booking form is received and accepted by USW Commercial Services. 2. An invoice will be issued on receipt of a confirmed booking and payment must be made prior to commencement or upon registration for the course. 3. Joining instructions will be forwarded following receipt of payment. 4. Cancellations must be in writing and are subject to the following charges: £60 administration charge up to 4 weeks prior to the course. 50% of fees between 4 and 1 week prior to the course. No refund within 1 week of the course. We regret that the transfer of a booking to another event cannot be made but a substitute delegate will be accepted at any time.
- 5. USW Commercial Services reserves the right to alter the content, lecturers, timing and venue of the course for reasons beyond the control of USW Commercial Services. 6. Course fees are non-transferable. 7. USW Commercial Services shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising out of statements of views and opinions expressed.
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