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IDAHO FALLS, ID, September 19, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- SORSI, Sacro Occipital Research Society International, will hold its 2015 Homecoming from Wednesday, November 4 - Sunday November 8, 2015 in Denver, Colorado at the Holiday Inn Cherry Creek. The event will feature an array of topics and featured presenters from around the world who are masters in the field of craniopathy. The seminar is ideal for any chiropractor looking to advance their knowledge of sacro occipital technic in addition to discovering new ways to treat and handle difficult conditions bringing chiropractic to the forefront of the healthcare industry.
Topics slated for the five day star studded seminar include: Occipital Fiber, Cranial Antidote, TS Line and Diagnostics, Ascending/Descending Cranio-facial diagnosis, Nutritional consideration associated with CMRT, CMRT T4-5, CMRT T6-L1, Pediatrics, Lower Extremity, Cervical Stairstep, Survey of Pertinent Current Scientific Literature, Round table discussion and much more.
Featured presenters include: Deidre D'Antonio, DC, CC, Craig Pearson, DC, AP, John Farmer, DC, FICS, Jonathan Howat, DC, FICS, Sheila Bochicchio, DC, CC, Katherine Quill, DC, AP, Andy Bourne, DC, AP, Steve Williams, DC, DICS, Kim Shara, DC, DICS, Michael Cidrich, DC, DICS, Ann McDonnell, DC, CC, Suzanne Seekins, DC, DICS, Paul O'Brien, DC, AP, Ned Heese, DC, DICS, Gerald Vargas, DC, DICS, Vincent Esposito, DC, FICS, Joe Unger, DC, FICS, Dan Madock, DC, DICS, Chirs Ourganian, DC, AP, and Dr. Nelson, DeCamp, DC, FICS.
This program is recognized by SORSI and ICS for certification hours; CEU's available in most states. All SORSI events are latex free. Registration is required by calling 913-239-0228 or visiting the SORSI website at http://www.SORSI.com. Hotel reservations can be made by calling 1-303-388-5561
Sacro Occipital Research Society International was founded in 1929 with the aim of preserving and promoting Sacro Occiptial Technic and Chiropractic Craniopathy as developed by Dr. M.B. DeJarnette. In 1957 SORSI became the official home of Sacro Occiptial Technic (SOT Methods) and SOT Craniopathy Methods education and certification. SORSI seeks to build on its foundation through the application, publication and development of its guiding principles. SORSI commits itself to the advancement of SOT Methods through research and education as well as professional relationships. SORSI strives to act in the spirit of unity and cooperation with the SOT Methods affiliated international community to foster excellence in healing.
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