Seminars are courses or certifications offered outside of our academic realm that can be attended by most chiropractic students and used in our offices.
I had the privilege of attending a seminar one weekend with my field doctor/mentor. He drove in from western Kansas and we sat through an amazing 15 hours of demonstrations and explanations from Doctor of Chiropractic Alan Bonebrake. No, I’m not making this up. His real name is Dr. Bonebrake.
The seminar topic was reflexology, acupuncture and biomechanics. I didn’t really know what to expect at first, but we were shown some mind-blowing, simple things a chiropractor can do to get improvement and results out of their patients fast. My doctor was just as amazed as me. We both left the seminar re-energized and excited about what we had just learned.
There are opportunities for students to attend seminars all the time, and even right in the Kansas City area. Seminar topics have included:
If you can think of it, there is probably a seminar topic about it. The seminars do cost some money, but CUKC students usually get a discount.
Becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) at CUKC
Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) is a private, nonprofit university specializing in chiropractic and the health sciences. Our chiropractic history started in 1922, and today, more than one out of every 10 chiropractors in the United States have earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from our College of Chiropractic.
In addition to a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree you can complete in 3.3 years, some students choose a concurrent B.S./Chiropractic degree (D.C.) program that can reduce the amount of time in school by up to a year.
The CUKC campus is in Overland Park, Kansas, a Kansas City area suburb of 190,000 people. Overland Park is recognized for its family-friendliness and livability.
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