Chiropractic Doctors in search of modern techniques to help their Peripheral Neuropathy & Chronic Knee Pain patients, while also improving practice business.
Webinar is approximately 60 minutes.
Kirk Eriksen, DC, discusses how he has successfully treated Peripheral Neuropathy and Chronic Knee Pain patients with MLS Laser Therapy. The presentation includes case examples and current research.
Dr. Kirk will explain multiple different case studies that will explain how MLS Laser Therapy differentiates itself from other lasers. You will also receive:
Dr. Kirk Eriksen, DC, became passionate about chiropractic care from seeing what a miracle it can be - first hand through some pretty traumatic injuries. He then attended and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life College School of Chiropractic. He has also completed a 120-ho ur certification in physical therapy/rehabilitation.
In 1994 Dr. Eriksen received Board certif ication from the Society of Chiropractic Orthospinology, after passing stringent tests in X-ray proficiency and spinal correction. He has also attained Certification in Chiropractic Spinal Trauma (CCST). This year-long postgraduate certification involved advanced course-work in spinal trauma, neurology, radiology, injury mechanism physics, case management and med- legal aspects.
Kirk Eriksen, D.C. has been on the Executive Board of Directors for the Society of Chiropractic Orthospinology since 1994. He is on the editorial review board for the Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research. Dr. Eriksen is a renow ned lecturer and who has taught doctors all across the U.S. as well as in Europe and Central Ame rica. He has published several research studies and has authored two landmark textbooks—Upper Cervical Subluxation Complex: A Review of the Chiropractic and Medical Literature and Orthospinology Procedures: An Evidence-Based Approach to Spinal Care, which were both published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
"After all, chiropractic was not developed for the chiropractor; but for the patient who is subluxated. Likewise, the ultimate purpose of research should be to benefit patients through the development and improved understanding..." - Kirk Eriksen