Day One


How using Science increases your confidence and ability to communicate the important “why” children need chiropractic care for every stage of life.


A motivating segment of imperative information for today’s practice:

  • Consultation and History Intake for a subluxation-based practice.
  • Chiropractic spinal examination.
  • Importance of re-examinations.
  • Personal Injury care for the pregnant and child patient.
  • Moving to a cash program that gives you freedom to live your commitment.

Protocol Care for the Pregnant and Pediatric Patient

Learn how to care for and apply common related issues:

  • Adjusting Protocols using the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic System.
  • Nutritional recommendations to support patient needs.
  • Lifestyle recommendations to become the lifestyle resource every patient needs to help make better choices.
  • Using positive results based to improve patient retention and increase referrals.

Pre-Conception and Pre/Postnatal Care

Get the skills to develop your practice from within:

  • Learn how to develop the wellness practice of the future by engaging women to start early with healthier decisions.
  • Get important, motivating suggestions for keeping mothers healthy at every stage of Pre-Natal and Post-Natal care.
  • Powerful insights into the advanced work developed by Dr. Anrig and endorsed by Dr. Larry Webster, the Grandfather of Pediatric Chiropractic:
  • The authentic work of Larry Webster as developed by him and, with his permission, embraced only by two instructors during his lifetime.
  • Learn specific Chiropractic adjustments with the Breech, Facial/Brow and Transverse Lie positions.
  • Understand how the sacral subluxation can contribute to In-Utero Constraint and its devastating effects on the newborn.

Your Community

Learn to engage your community into your educational practice by developing your alliances with like-minded professionals:

  • Who is your right community tribe and how to reach them.
  • How to use education as the premise for every internal or external decision you make.
  • Be provided with Monday start-up education.