The research institute offers training and education for Certified Athletic Trainers and is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. The activity is approved by the ASRT and is waiting for the approval of the NCBPTE.
The symposium aims to get orthopedic surgeons, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and allied health professionals that work with orthopedic patients to attend. The goal is to provide the knowledge and skills to attendees in the improvement in making decisions and treatment proficiencies in managing back and neck pain. It also aims to make attendees aware of new knowledge, skills, treatment options and operative techniques in spinal care. Moreover, the symposium will allow attendees to explore non-surgical and surgical strategies in treating various spinal conditions as well as possible complications of spinal surgery, to recognize diagnostic indications and techniques when evaluating the spine and to encourage discussion between professionals regarding the field of spinal care and evidence-based medicine.
For more information on ChiroCarolina and their orthopedic services, visit http://chirocarolinacharlotte.com.