This set of three lectures are delivered via PowerPoint presentation, with Dr Hall’s voiceover discussing and providing insights. The lectures will be emailed to you for download.
There has been tremendous controversy regarding the best sleeping position. For many years, we thought that back sleeping was the preferred method for sleep. However, research has shown that prone sleeping improves oxygenation, reduces scoliosis, and improves the cervical lordosis. This presentation will serve to present the most contemporary views and up-to-date science on the topic.
In the daily practice of chiropractic, tone is a commonplace term. It is used primarily as it relates to muscle and function of the musculoskeletal system. This presentation will discuss the subtle complexities of this term from infants to adult and how it should be properly used in chiropractic practice.
Brain Rules for Babies
The human brain is traditionally presented in a neuroanatomical format. While this may have fared well over time little has been done to highlight how the brain is functioning. The brain is a dynamic and plastic structure undergoing changes at key intersections of life. This presentation provides the attendee with insight into the ever amazing and wonderful brain of a baby. John Medina, known for his book “Brain Rules” has now written a second book that explores the brain from zero to five years of age. We will explore those findings and look at the application to them in chiropractic practice.