Chiropractic CPD – Welsh Institute of Chiropractic

The Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC) is a vibrant centre that provides superb teaching and practical hands-on support to students looking to pursue a career in the chiropractic profession. Studying a chiropractic degree at the University of South Wales has provided our graduates with a great opportunity to launch themselves into a chiropractic career of their choice; many of our graduates have remained locally and set up in practice, others have ventured further afield.

Furthering our commitment to ensuring professional competence and career development, WIOC provides a CPD seminar programme offering evening, one day and weekend seminars that will ensure skills and knowledge are challenged, enhanced and kept up to date. Current guidelines are that 30 CPD hours are advised to keep professional competence up to date.

Examination of the Weight-Bearing Child – One and a half day seminar (10 hours CPD)

17th and 18th February 2018, Welsh Institute of Chiropractic, University of South Wales

This one and half day seminar will focus on:

  • Orthopaedic & neurological examination of the weight bearing child.
  • Growth and development.
  • Testing for delayed development with exercises for retained infantile reflexes.
  • Acupressure, Cranio‐Sacral Therapy & Gentle Touch Chiropractic for Children.

Conditions considered include: Otitis Media, Constipation, Growing Pains, Asthma, Bed Wetting and Sleeping problems.

Cost: £135 (student/lecturer/Royal College of Chiropractors member rate), £175 (practitioner rate).

CLICK HERE to book online, or email [email protected] to book or for more information.


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