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HillDT Solutions CE Cruise - Want to know more?  Click Here!  Space is limited and prices listed are guarenteed thru end of July.  This event is accredited through a leading chiropractic university.  Speakers are Dr. Randy Reed and Dr. Tim Burkhart.  We will also have training for Technicians.  Join us in February.

The Modality Cookbook of Physiological Therapeutics

10:39 pm in Therapeutics by HDTSNetwork

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Saturday, February 25, 2011; 8am-8pm. 12 CEs in ONE DAY!

Grand Rapids Hilton • 4747 28TH St., SE, Grand
Rapids, Michigan • (616) 957-0100

In this exciting seminar, Dr. Reed will examine the use of
physiological therapeutics (ultrasound, traction, orthotics, and much more) in
the chiropractic office. He will discuss the historical background and use of
electrotherapy, thermal therapy, and mechanotherapy in the treatment of pain,
muscle spasm, edema/inflammation, ligaments, muscle strain and degradation,
tendonitis, bursitis, and joint dysfunction.

Also on the agenda is a thorough review of the most up-to-date
research regarding therapeutic modalities.

This seminar will satisfy the state of Michigan requirement
continuing education requirements for pain management and physical measures.

Registration with Michigan Association of Chiropractors pending – watch for update!

Sponsored by HillDT Solutions, LLC.

A 1985 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic, Randy B. Reed,
DC, CCSP, is founder and president of Better Doctor Seminars. He is a former
member of the Cleveland Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Lutheran Hospital. He
has more than 20 years of clinical experience in treating scoliosis, sports
injuries, and enhancing athletic performance through plyometric training and
manipulation under anesthesia.