OrthoNeuro Technologies Announces the Launch of Dynadjust Attended Continuing Educational Series for the Pacific Northwest

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OrthoNeuro Technologies and the University of Western States co-sponsor the first Dynadjust Spinal Manipulation Training Course

OrthoNeuro Technologies, Inc. (http://www.ortho-neuro.com), a technology company that designs, and integrates products and services focused on technique skills development to increase proficiency in the chiropractic community is pleased to announce that they will co-sponsor the first Dynadjust Spinal Manipulation Training Course at the University of Western States.

OrthoNeuro Technologies and the University of Western States are co-sponsoring a ground-breaking chiropractic continuing education program. This is one of the first offerings of this technology in the country. The Dynadjust Spinal Manipulation Training course is a combination of attended classroom lecture and distance learning activities using the Dynadjust System and the on-line ONT Continuing Education Service Center.

Attendees will receive an introduction and hands-on familiarization of the Dynadjust System during a four hour classroom session. Afterwards each attendee will take a Dynadjust Instrument home to complete the remainder of the course. Attendees will have up to 30 days to complete the required hours and will have the option of earning a total of 10 or 20 hours of continuing education credit. “We are very excited to offer this blended Continuing Education program with University of Western States. This program really focuses on helping chiropractors improve their most important skill and utilizes the latest in technology. Learning to adjust will never be the same” said Sean Herrin D.C., Program Director for OrthoNeuro Technologies.

This course is designed to improve a chiropractor’s performance of the high velocity, low amplitude (HVLA) impulses used during spinal manipulation. The program utilizes the Dynadjust, an electronic instrument that incorporates resistance springs and advanced electronics to measure all aspects of a HVLA impulse including depth of the impulse, the speed and direction of the impulse, and the force generated. The Dynadjust stores the data from the exercises and up-loads the data to the OrthoNeuro Technologies Continuing Education Service Center where their distance learning continuing education hours will be confirmed.

The course will be offered on the University of Western States campus in Portland Oregon on November 12th 2011. The 10 hour program is $250 and the 20 hour program is $395. For more information and registration go to: http://uws.ortho-neuro.com.

About OrthoNeuro Technologies
Headquartered in Kirkland, WA, OrthoNeuro Technologies is a technical solutions company delivering technique skills development and instrumentation systems to the spinal care Industry. For more information on OrthoNeuro Technologies, go to http://www.ortho-neuro.com

Sean Herrin, D.C
Program Director
OrthoNeuro Technologies, Inc.


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