Become a master in extremity adjusting!
This seminar covers the biomechanics of the most common injuries and how to functionally assess and adjust these.
Starting at the foot and ankle and work our way up the lower extremity, to the hip joint, and from the shoulder/scapula/clavicle complex, down to the wrist hand and fingers.
We go through the most common injuries seen in practice, the biomechanics behind them and strategies for assessing and treating them with manual techniques. The seminar consists of about 70% hands-on and 30% theoretical training.
Dates & Schedule
Saturday 9 November
08.30 – 9.00 Registration
09.00 – 18.00 Seminar
Sunday 10 November
09.00 – 17.00 Seminar
A lunch buffet and coffee breaks including refreshments will be provided.
Early Bird Price €579 (until 30 September)
Regular Price €645
Student Price €350
If you are a full-time student, please contact us at email@example.com for a discount code and send us proof of university enrollment.
15 CPD points are awarded for this seminar by the European Academy of Chiropractic.
Atle Torstensen has been in private practice in Norway for over 30 years. He has over the years treated a lot of individual athletes and teams both in Norway and internationally.
Among others he was a part of the AC Milan medical team for six seasons and is currently working with team Ingebrigtsen, the running team consisting of the current world- and olympic champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen and his brothers Henrik and Filip and the Uno-X professional bicycling team.
He has been teaching seminars in adjusting techniques of the spine and extremities all over the world for the past 20 years. Atle Torstensen was voted Norwegian Chiropractic Association chiropractor of the year in 2006 and TMC International Chiropractor of the year in 2010.
He is one of the founders of the Eureka chain of chiropractic offices and helped develop the chain. He is currently working with the Klinikk for Alle chain of offices and the Physical Medicine Group, helping them to develop their brands in addition to running the Klinikk for Alle Egersund office.