IACN Symposium will be held on the campus of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange Florida on November 13-15, 2015. We are finalizing arrangements for the Friday Reception and Saturday Night Banquet location on the ocean at Daytona Beach Shores. We are looking for suggestions for topics and speakers for a slot or two that we have this year, and certainly for next year. So far, along with a strong electrodiagnosis program led by Dr. J. Don Dishman, our subjects include an interactive grand rounds panel discussion (audience participation devices supplied), "Brain & Peripheral Nervous System Dissection Lab" (attendance strictly limited), "Vaccines & the Nervous System"; "Functional Neurology Update 2015"; "Chiropractic Specialties and ObamaCare", "The Nervous System / Immune System Link", "Cervical Adjustment and Stroke: Update 2015", "Vestibular Disorders and Rehabilitation", "Laser Therapy and NMS Disease: A Literature Review", "Neurology of the Chiropractic Subluxation" and "Inflammation and Neuro-Degeneration".
Of course, I am more interested in the carved prime rib banquet dinner where we can heckle our host, Dr. Don Dishman!
Please log in and join the discussion as the education committee verifies the speakers and topics. The time to comment for Symposium 2015 is RIGHT NOW! Do you like the direction? Any last minute suggestions? Thoughts for next year?
That looks like a great lineup. I am looking forward to attending!
See you all in Florida. It will be nice to move forward.
I think this will be the biggest IACN event ever, because I talk to a lot of our docs and almost everyone says they plan to attend. Thanks again for your loyal IACN membership and participation, I don't think that you have missed one of our meetings in a long while and I am glad to hear you are planning to attend again in November.
Thanks Dr. Ferezy for putting together a very successful event. The speakers were great...even the weather cooperated!
For me, the event was a lot like a family reunion. Fills me with both pride and joy seeing everyone. Dr. Dishman and I have already spent about 3 hours planning next years event, and I promise you, everyone will be BLOWN AWAY by our aggressive symposium expansion, faculty selection and topics. More on that soon.
Did I hear that next year the event was going to be hosted at a different hotel?
The symposium was a fantastic coalition of quality lectures and terrific meet and greet opportunities with my neurology buds including Dr. Ferezy and Kathy. It amazes my to see how both the CNS anatomy and function is so well absorbed and presented by our lecturers. Love the boost to my plasticity these meetings afford.
Our Saturday dinner and accommodations was also fantastic.
Kudos to Dr. and Mrs Ferezy for their commitment and hard work to give IACN a place on the MAP!