In the MPI Spine course, you will learn how to deal specifically with the palpation and adjustment set-ups needed for the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacroiliac regions. The MPI Spine course will cover spinal biomechanics and manipulation, along with the motion palpation scan and case management.
By the end of the program, the attendee will be able to:
Casual and comfortable.
If possible, please bring a portable table and a speeder (toggle) board with you to the program.
MPI will provide coffee, tea and water during the event.
Lunch on your own.
$395 if it's your first time attending this seminar
$295 if you are repeating this seminar within 5 years
$50 if you are a full-time faculty member at a college, or university
$295 if you are enrolled in doctorate or professional program
$35.00 written notification is required
Applies 7-days or less prior to program date.
Tuition is non-refundable or transferable, if notice is received on the dates of the seminar, or thereafter.
Every attempt is made to offer this program as publicized. However, MPI reserves the right to adjust program dates, location, times, topic(s), instructor, tuition, etc. in order to accommodate for unexpected occurrences and to cancel due to insufficient enrollment. We will only notify advanced registrants of any cancellation or program change(s). MPI is not responsible for any expense incurred by registrants due to adjustments or cancellations (we recommend that you do not purchase non-refundable airline tickets, hotel rooms and/or rental cars associated with MPI programs). A $35 processing fee will be charged per program for any tuition refund request when the registrant provides written notice of cancellation to [email protected] at least one (1) day prior to the program start date.
Tuition is non-refundable or transferable if notice is received on the dates of the program or thereafter. All registrants assume personal responsibility for their personal safety and welfare, while participating in MPI programs. MPI makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing.