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Do you align with best practice recommendations for kids?

Are you sure your Paediatric Management Plans are getting you the right results?

Do you pride yourself on providing exceptional family care, but are worried you have incomplete systems to track, monitor and document kid's results under your care?

2018 SEMINARS NOW AVAILABLE!

Systems are vital as a health care provider and part of evidence-based practice to ensure you are providing highest quality of chiropractic care for infants, children and adolescents. Chiropractic care for children is no exception.

If you are unsure if your current paediatric care management procedures live up to modern expectations of your families, peers and governing bodies then Mark their Steps is for you.

100+ RESEARCH WORKBOOK & UPDATED CONTENT

In this newly updated seminar you will dissect your current practice, look at the latest scientific research in care management of children and leave with a step-by-step plan to update your practice.

This is the one seminar that will help you completely re-evaluate & transform your practice procedures and help move you towards ‘best practices’. Research is seriously important, and we take this serious topic and turn it into a dynamic, innovative seminar that will give you a lot of feedback and direction for 2018. Book in to your preferred date today!

Paediatric Chiropractice Seminars

‘The MTS seminar allowed me to become unstuck from the current practices and procedures we have for children in our practice.

It’s given me the certainty and framework to work on and improve our care for children. Thanks!’

Dr Alfie Dimalanta – 2015

Formal Learning Hours 9FLA In A One Day Seminar!


7FLA Seminar Participation

This program has been assessed by the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (National) Ltd, a body recognized by the Chiropractic Board of Australia, and allocated 7 Formal Learning Activity Hours.

 

+ Optional 2FLA Take Home Assessment

**Mark Their Steps Take Home Assessment will be available for purchase following the seminar. The assessment must be completed within 8 weeks of the seminar date. Once completed a pass mark of 75% must be obtained to be awarded the 2 additional FLA hours. This is a long & short answers assessment based on your experience with a paediatric case in practice and implementing the content learned at Mark their Steps. It’s the perfect way to solidify knowledge gained at Mark their Steps.

This program has been assessed by the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (National) Ltd, a body recognized by the Chiropractic Board of Australia, and allocated 2 Formal Learning Activity Hours.

‘Mark their Steps was very relevant to practice, with clear ‘steps to mark’ on how to provide great paediatric care to the community’ Dr Amos Fong – NSW 2015

Purchase Your Ticket Now

MARK & MEASURE  +  MARK THEIR STEPS 

OVER 3 DAYS 

25 - 27 MAY 2018  |  31 AUG - 2 SEPT 2018

 
MARK & MEASURE – 14 FLA HOURS

Friday 10am-7pm 

Saturday 8am-3pm 

MARK THEIR STEPS – 7 FLA HOURS

Sunday - 8am-4pm 

 

MARK THEIR STEPS - 1 DAY


SEMINAR WEEKEND BUNDLE - 3 DAYS



You do incredible work with families. It’s now time to bring your practice procedures in care management of children up to the same level.

No matter your clinical skill level or years in practice, Paediatric Care Management Plans are absolutely vital and are a must for the modern paediatric and family practices.

‘The most inspirational seminar I have attended. Helped me see a brighter future for me as a practitioner and for the wellbeing of my future chiropractic kids. Refocused my passion for functional wellbeing and given me confidence for my future care of children’ Sophie Parish, Chiropractic Student & MTS 2015 NSW

Learn what the Research says about Care Management to Proposed Scheduling

We all want to make sure we are working with families in the most effective way. We can learn from guidelines and take a look at the latest research to have a better understanding of what is recommended in chiropractic and the guidelines used by other health professions.

 

The most important thing is that you come prepared to review, learn and then take action. It is one thing to learn the information and another to make it happen in practice. This seminar is only for those who are committed to updating, changing habits and setting big goals for 2017. After Mark their Steps you will have action steps to update your practice easily!

Re-evaluate your examination protocols, learn what vital steps are missing

Your paediatric examination is the nervous system of your kids practice. It connects everything together. It’s an education tool, a relationship building experience and of course the way you can determine the effectiveness of your care, without focusing on symptoms. If you want families to focus on neurological health for their kids rather than symptoms, your examination must measure functional change not symptoms.

 

At Mark their Steps you learn how to re-evaluate your examination protocols and learn what vital steps are missing and what is needed to ensure it’s more effective.

PLEASE NOTE: This seminar covers examination structure and what type of tests that need to be included for red flag screening and quality care. Practical examination skills are assumed knowledge and is covered in our seminar Mark & Measure.

Discover how to document evidence of change & continued recommended care

Evidence is an important part of practice. We look at research for evidence of change that others have documented. Now its time for you to also document evidence of the progress kids make under care. It can be done simply with the right processes in practice. Writing letters to other health professionals, creating reports and being able to work in a collaborative environment often needs clear communication of how a child progresses while working with you. We know that kids make incredible improvements with chiropractic as part of their health support team – let’s document it to celebrate it!

 

At Mark their Steps we step you through an evaluation process to help you discover the simple steps needed to improve your documentation systems and then using that evidence, recommend appropriate care moving forward.