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Here is the recap video of our exciting Celebrity Cruise with a fantastic group of Doctors committed to learning ‘best practices’ patient care with spinal decompression. Enjoy the video and drop us note so you can join us next year!
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Press Release – Hill Laboratories Launches the Largest Decompression Therapy Campaign in Company History.
In only eighteen months since its introduction, the Hill DT Decompression Therapy Table has become the industry standard among Chiropractors and Physiotherapists practicing in non-invasive, non-surgical spinal therapy techniques. No other table on the market today can match the Hill DT’s impressive engineering of lumbar and cervical decompression sensitivity, combined with a compact footprint, intuitive touchscreen interface, quick patient set-up and expert training and support through the HillDT Solutions Network. Now, in the tables 4th generation, Version 4.1 adds even greater functionality and control to the table’s preset treatment protocols.
Benjamin Hill, Vice-President of Hill Laboratories stated, “The Hill DT is now the culmination of over 11 years of decompression therapy development by Hill Laboratories beginning with the original Spine-Med Table. The platform of the new table is such that it can be updated remotely, so each Hill DT owner can benefit from future upgrades. Doctors across the globe are getting results based training and remarkable outcomes with the machine and we couldn’t be more pleased.”
Press Release – HillDT Solutions and University of Bridgeport team up to host Continuing Education Credit Decompression Seminars at the University
Learn how to overcome the national trend of less insurance reimbursement from decompression expert Dr. Tim Burkhart as he shares his knowledge on ‘Building a Cash Practice with Decompression’. Receive 8 CE Credits when you learn the latest evidence based information to ‘Maximize Your Decompression Practice’ nationally recognized presenter Dr. Randy Reed.
Presentations are Saturday 10a – 8p October 27 or Sunday 8a – 6p October 28, 2012 at The University of Bridgeport. The CEU credits for this course are being facilitated through the University of Bridgeport, Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department.
To learn more contact Candi@HillDTSolutions or call 616/813-9308. Early Bird Registration Here – http://hilldtsolutions.com/network/decompression-events/
About the University of Bridgeport Health Sciences Postgraduate Education
The University of offers a wide variety of seminars, online education, and distance learning programs designed to enable health care providers to keep abreast of current clinical concepts and advances in professional training. The Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department serves the continuing education needs of acupuncturists, chiropractors, dental hygienists, naturopaths, nutritionists, and Physician Assistants.
More at www.bridgeport.edu/academics/healthsciences/postgraduate
Hilton Philadelphia Airport Hotel • 4509 Island Ave, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania 19153 • (215) 365-4150
Saturday, May 19, 2012; 8am-5pm (8 CE’s)
Clarion Hotel Downtown Pittsburgh • 401 Holiday Drive, Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania 15220 • (412) 922-8100
Join expert Dr. Randy Reed on spinal decompression therapy for this in-depth look at the latest evidence based information on the principles of decompression, low-level light therapy, and core rehabilitation principles for the rehabilitation and stabilization of spinal conditions. Attendees will learn complete protocols for the resolution of spinal conditions.
Upon completion of this course, participants will have: an understanding of decompression therapy; a complete understanding of the etiology of conditions treated by decompression; strategies to integrate decompression therapy into the chiropractic office; knowledge of protocols using manipulation, decompression, nutrition, and stabilization exercises that really work; and, knowledge of the indications/contraindications of decompression therapy.
This seminar will satisfy the state of Pennsylvania continuing education requirement for pain management and physical measures.
Registration is with Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and will be available soon!
Sponsored by HillDT Solutions, LLC.
If you have a desire to grow your practice and your skills as a Doctor see what our experts have to say about being a member of the HillDT Network. Check out this great new video!
Commentary on the Hill DT Solutions decompression system and how you can integrate Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Training and Certification, which is included with the purchase of your Hill DT Spinal Decompression Table.
Lead by our team of chiropractors with years of experience teaching, diagnosing & treating patients in their respective practices you will be at the forefront of spinal decompression treatment profiting from our experts and quickly becoming proficient with spinal decompression treatment.
This past Thursday I had the distinct honor of teaching the newest research and protocols on decompression for chiropractors and their staffs in Schaumburg, Illinois. This fine group of health care providers asked some of the finest questions of any of the students I have ever addressed and we had some of the best conversations I have encountered at any seminar I have taught. In the past three years I have taught decompression protocols to PTs, MDs, DOs, and DCs. I am always impressed with the DCs level of knowledge of the disc dynamics and how to handle the disc problems. Their questions and discussions are spot on and their compassion for their patients is remarkable.
Axial Decompression fits the chiropractic philosophy of “The body has the ability to heal itself if the interference is removed.” By using the proper protocols, understanding disc dynamics, using nutritional supplements that aid in the effectiveness of decompression’s effectivness on disc tissue repair, and using directional core rehab principles we can help to restore disc health and slow down disc degeneration. The research backs this and clinically we are seeing this in our practice on a daily basis.
In today’s economy we must get the best results for our patients so they achieve their maximum healthy potential and in turn refer more patients to our offices. In order to be successful we as physicians must work to be “Better Doctors”. I encourage all Doctors to become more educated on how decompression works so they become “Black Belts” in decompression. When doctors fail with decompression it is often because they do not understand how to individualize treatment programs to fit each patients needs. Often doctors use a one size fits all protocol. In my seminars I try to show doctors how to handle the problem patients and alter your protocols to enhance your probability of achieving successful outcomes.You have to understand why something is not working just as much as how it works when things go well. It is very simple: A good carpenter knows how to use his tools but a master carpenter knows how to maximize his tools to get great outcomes. You must become an expert (a Master) with your decompression tools. The only way to do that is to read research articles, go to seminars, and join mastermind groups. This network page is a great tool to use and I encourage you visit it often.
Come join us in Dallas or San Antonio in December!