May 15-16, 2021
The Thompson Technique – Beth Zogg, DC
Saturday, May 15 (12-8 CST) - Sunday, May 16 (8a-12p CST), 2021
12 CEs available through the Michigan Association of Chiropractors, including pain and symptom management and the performance and ordering of tests
12 Wisconsin CEs available through Palmer College of Chiropractic
Pine Mountain Resort, N3332 Pine Mountain Rd., Iron Mountain, MI 49801
$150 per doctor, which includes dinner Saturday and breakfast Sunday.
Attendees can either register and pay at the door or contact the office of Dr. E. Allen Klumpp at (906) 228-9800 for registration information.
The speaker for this course will review the Thompson Technique leg check analysis and adjusting procedures developed by the late J. Clay Thompson. The Thompson Technique is easily understood by practitioners, and the Thompson table offers a low force, high velocity adjustment with minimal discomfort to the patient. Topics of discussion include an overview of the Thompson Technique analysis and adjusting procedures, an introduction to the Thompson Derefield Leg Check Analysis Five Categories, and leg check analysis, table setting, set-up for correction, and modifications for such conditions as cervical syndrome, bilateral cervical syndrome, and over-compensated cervical syndrome. Also on the agenda are hands-on, breakout sessions, a video presentation of Dr. J. Clay Thompson lecturing on his analysis and correction for the cervical region, and numerous corrective protocols. The seminar will close with a review of the Thompson Five Categories and closing video presentation of Dr. J. Clay Thompson.
A 1995 graduate of Life, Dr. Beth Zogg has practiced in both Georgia and Iowa. She has been an instructor at Life in Upper Cervical X-Ray Analysis and Thermography and has been a post-graduate instructor in the Thompson Technique at Life and Palmer. Dr. Zogg has also taught Nutrition and Anatomy & Physiology at Muscatine Community College in Muscatine, Iowa. She taught Pilates Reformer sessions at the University of Iowa Dance Dept. and has completed course work in rehabilitation with Polestar Pilates. She currently serves as President of the J. Clay Thompson Technique Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the Thompson Technique.