YOUR INVITATION TO ATTEND
PHILOSOPHY MEETS SCIENCE
A one day seminar come workshop, realigning the original ideas of Daniel David Palmer, with advances in philosophy, technique and the latest scientific research.
Heidi Haavik and John O’Malley have long recognised the need to bring together the many diverging threads of chiropractic by reconstructing the original Palmerian ideas of innate intelligence and the subluxation.
In Nelson, John and Heidi presented these concepts together, but due to Heidi’s challenging schedule this is not possible. John will present his ideas on the reconstruction of chiropractic philosophy and on behalf of Heidi, and with her support, the latest neurological research that supports subluxation theory
8.00-8.45 Session 1 – Philosophy then and now
8.45-9.30 Session 2 – Neurological organisation, proprioception and motor control
9.30-9.45 Q & A
10.00-10.30 Session 3 – A mosaic model for functional failure
10.30-11.15 Session 4 – Neurological impact of the chiropractic adjustment (Part I)
11.15-12.00 LUNCH (BYO)
12.00-1.45 Session 5 – Neurological impact of the chiropractic adjustment (Part II)
1.45-2.45 Session 6 – Communicating with Innate Intelligence through muscle testing
3.00-3.45 Session 7 – Workshop – Apply muscle testing to any style of practice
3.45-4.00 Q & A
PLACES ARE LIMITED SO BOOK NOW
$100 +GST per Delegate
8 CPD Points
Saturday 12th October 2019 – Christchurch
8am – 4pm, Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre, Christchurch.
SIMPLY THE BEST
John O'Malley Ph.D.
John O’Malley has been in practice for over thirty years. He is an Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (ICCSP) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors. John is published in the areas of chiropractic and medical anthropology and is focused on giving the profession new insights in how to expand chiropractic practice.
Philosophy in health and its application to clinical practice is John’s area of academic excellence and his passion. This lead him to link the two and develop a seminar series with a focus on the underlying causes of functional illness including musculoskeletal pain.
Places are limited. Book now to avoid disappointment.