(Next class: TBA)
When I was at school in Los Angeles, I was lucky enough to have mentors who were willing to teach me how to adjust the spine. Spinal adjusting is an art. You need good knowledge of what you are doing. You need good technique. You need confidence. You need practice.
Students often ask me, “when should I start learning how to adjust?” My answer is always, “right away!” Adjusting is a skill that needs to be developed, honed and mastered. If you are a student you want to be proficient in adjusting by the time you get to clinic at least!
I’ve been teaching for over a decade now. Every year I am asked to teach a spinal adjusting class. I’ve gone above and beyond my school education to learn from some of the better adjusters I know. And I love to show and teach others what I have learned!
- Spinal Biomechanics
- Spinal assessment
- Cervical Spine Adjusting
- Thoracic Spine Adjusting
- Lumbar Spine Adjusting
- Pelvic Adjusting
- Common adjusting blunders
- How to use gravity and not your strength
This will be a one day class. Please bring an adjusting table if you have one.
This class is only for students of a profession that can legally adjust according to their state board guidelines or professionals who are licensed to adjust the spine.
There are notes so that you can follow along and have examples of how the adjustments are done! They will be given emailed out before the class.