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Posted on 03-18-2016
The ACA Rehab Council Conference was held March 4 -6 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The symposium highlights new chiropractic topics for injury rehabilitation. This year, Texas Chiropractic College sent two students to present chiropractic research projects, and we are pleased to announce that our two students, Charles Son, and Rebekah Wilks, won first and second place.
This year, the annual ACA Rehab Council Conference was held in conjunction with the Pediatrics Symposium. These conferences are designed to teach students and chiropractors about the latest techniques and rehabilitation procedures in order to better help individuals with musculoskeletal pain and injuries. At the conference this year, the topics included post-surgical spinal rehabilitation, gait pattern analysis, infant cranial sacral therapy and neuromuscular stabilization as it relates to scoliosis as well as many other topics pertaining to the musculoskeletal health and wellness of adults and children.
Here at TCC in Pasadena, we teach and train future chiropractors in the latest techniques so that they can effectively treat back and neck pain as well as repetitive motion and sports injuries. Our programs involve classroom instruction combined with hand-on training and practical research projects that can be prepared and presented at various conferences and symposiums.
To aid us in this endeavor, we also have the Moody Health Center, which is our teaching clinic. The clinic offers manual adjustments, corrective exercises, acupuncture, nutrition and lifestyle advice and posture screenings to the public. The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until noon and from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. for initial consultations and treatments.
To schedule an appointment at Moody Health Center, call 281-487-1501 and ask about the new patient specials. Free consultations are now available for all new clients.
Did you know that TCC also has a chiropractic clinic that is open to the public?