2017 Annual Orthospinology Symposium - 15.5 CE credit hours* (Part II)

From September 30, 2017 8:00 am until October 01, 2017 2:50 pm

At Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel 1 Hartsfield Center Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30354, USA


About Part I

This registration is for Saturday and Sunday of the conference. The Risk Management and Georgia Law seminar on Friday requires a separate registration and may provides additional CE hours.

* CE Hours

The Symposium has been approved for 15.5 continuing education credit hours in most states. GA doctors who sign up for the Risk Management and Georgia Law seminar on Friday may earn additional hours.


The Annual Orthospinology Symposium is now a multi-discipline, multi-technique event covering a broad spectrum of topics germane to the craniocervical specialist with a focus on the Orthospinology Procedure. Topics range from upper cervical pediatrics to the gut brain axis, DMX and biomechanics to the Craniocervical Syndrome and difficult case management. Research, technique, philosophy and camaraderie come together with all the latest to make your practice the greatest!  


Click here to preview the seminar agenda.

Registration Fees

The first 25 to register before July 31st receive up to a $100 Early Bird discount!

  • DC: Early Bird: $499. Regular price: $599.
    **VIP members receive an additional $50 Discount
  • 1st Year DC: $249 Early Bird. $349 regular price.
  • Student/Faculty: Early Bird: $97. Regular price: $147.
    • Please be prepared to show your student or faculty ID when you arrive at the seminar.
  • DCCJP Graduates: $450
  • Staff: $199
  • Spouse: $79

Hotel Accommodations

All meetings will be held at the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel.

Book by September 8 to receive the conference discount and pay only $119 per night. Book Online Now or book by phone and reference the Chiropractic Orthospinology conference to receive the discount.

Additional Information

Remember to bring your book! Everyone will need a copy of Orthospinology Procedures: An Evidence-Based Approach to Spinal Care during the Basic I, Basic II, and Advanced Instrument Adjusting seminars. It is recommended for the Advanced Conference, but not mandatory. We have run out of stock, so you'll need to acquire a copy before the class if you don't already have one. The book is available from Amazon here.

Look Who's Coming!

  1. thomas kleinman
  2. Hal S. Crowe, D.C.
  3. Meiling Liang
  4. Ty Carzoli
  5. Dr. Scott A. Null
  6. Logan Null
  7. Brandi Whitehouse
  8. Joshua Silver
2017-09-30 08:00:00
2017-10-01 14:50:00