11th Annual Pediatric Symposium

EARLY BIRD DEADLINE IS 1/31

14 Hours of Continuing Education along with Sun & Sand in beautiful Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Register today to receive "Early Bird" pricing of only $299 for ACA CCP Members.This discount of $100 ends on 1/31/19
"Early Bird" Student Member pricing is ONLY $70 and group rates are available!

Speakers include:
Elise G. Hewitt, DC,CST, DICCP, FICC, - Craniosacral Therapy
Jennifer Brocker, DC, DICCP - Trisomy 21
Katherine A Pohlman, DC, MS, PhD(c) - Research, Children & Chiropractic Care
Casey M. Olm-Shipman, MD, MS - Pediatric Stroke
Emily R. Kalambaheti DC, DACNB - Neurological Conditions
Case Study Presentations

ACA Pediatric Council membership meeting & Pediatric Chiropractor of the Year Presentation

Pediatric Round Table

Stay at the luxurious Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes for the discounted nightly rate of $179. Discount Code: ACAACAR

Call for Case Presentation Submission || Due by March 1, 2019

Would you like to be part of the 11th Annual Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics Symposium in

Myrtle Beach, May 3-4, 2019?

We are looking for doctors to share an interesting case presentation from their office, in a panel format. Please prepare a background of the case, include presentation of the patient, treatment plan and case outcomes. Be prepared to answer questions about your case from attendees. You will be joined by several others on the panel.


The types of cases to submit can include but are not limited to those that increase awareness of a condition, highlight proper diagnostic strategies or show an unusual presentation of a common condition.


Wondering how to start?

In 250 words or less, please use the following outline to submit an abstract of your Case Presentation to the Research Committee at drjessieyoung@gmail.com by March 1st:


Title:

Authors:

Objectives:

Explain the relevance of the case and outline the learning objectives.

Clinical features:

Be clear, concise and organized when describing the history/patient presentation, physical exam findings, and diagnostic reasoning.

Intervention and outcomes:

Describe the treatment and objective outcomes of the case.

Conclusion:

Emphasize the learning objective of the case. Be cautious not to over-interpret the treatment outcomes, but focus on what you want people to learn.

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Our Council will soon be accepting your nominations for Pediatric Chiropractor of the Year Award from all Council members, and voting members will be asked submit nominations for Vice President and Treasurer.

Symposium Speaker Highlight:

Emily Kalambeheti, DC, DABCN
Presentation: Assessing and Treating Non-Neurotypical Children
Saturday, May 4
Dr. Emily Kalambaheti is a staff clinician and board-certified chiropractic neurologist at Plasticity Brain Centers of Orlando where patients with a myriad of neurological challenges are treated including autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, developmental delays, post-concussion syndrome, traumatic brain injuries, neuro-degenerative conditions, and movement disorders. She graduated magna cum laude with her Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida Campus. Growing up in Iowa, she attended the University of Iowa and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and was a member of the Iowa National Guard. Recently, she has spoken internationally on neurodevelopment and receptor-based therapies. While Dr. Kalambaheti is board eligible for the American Board of Functional Neurology and American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition, she continues to grow and learn from her patients daily.

We thank our new & returning members!

Dr. Chantal Doucet, Amy E. Erger, Octavio Casas, Roy Christopher Cole, Justin Garcia, Miss Preetkamal Kaur, Dr. Paul G. Staerker, Travis Dean Stewart, Elizabeth Anne Scott, Dr. Katherine E. Leither, Teresa Philips, and Sydney Esmaili.

You can check the status of your membership at ACATODAY.ORG and renew at ACAPEDSCOUNCIL.ORG