Adjusting the Typical Wrist and Elbow 2224
Dr. Mark Charrette
This one-hour webinar will cover the symptoms, causes, testing procedures, and treatment protocols for adjusting the typical wrist and elbow.
- Understand and demonstrate the indicator and adjustments for the scaphoid, triquetrum, lunate, radius, ulna, proximal and distal row carpals in the typical wrist.
- Understand and explain the basic neurology for chiropractic extremity adjusting (The Noisy Joint)
- Understand and demonstrate the indicators and adjustments for the radial-ulnar and humeral-ulnar joints of the typical elbow.
Speaker: Mark N. Charrette
Dr. Mark N. Charrette is a 1980 summa cum laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He is a frequent guest speaker at nine chiropractic colleges and has taught over 1000 seminars worldwide on extremity adjusting, biomechanics, and spinal adjusting techniques. His seminars emphasize a practical, hands-on approach.
Dr. Charrette is a former All-American swimmer, who has authored a book on extremity adjusting. Having developed successful practices in California, Nevada, and Iowa, Dr. Charrette currently resides in Dallas, TX.
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This lecture has been approved by Texas College of Chiropractic and quality control checked by the Florida Chiropractic Association. This lecture has attained approval in the following states: CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, IA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MT, NE, NJ, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, and WA.
- 1.00 Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) CE
- 1.00 General (GEN) credit
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