Brenda Ellis 
ProSport Chiropractic 


Saturday September 29, 2012

8:00 AM  to 4:00 PM

Sunday September 30, 2012  

8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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DC's:  $149.00                                                                         after September 16th  $199.00

Student/Faculty:  $99.00                                                         after September 16th  $149.00

ProSport Chiropractic Members: No Charge



Embassy Suites Portland - Airport 
7900 NE 82nd Ave.
Portland, OR 97220


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September 29, 2012 
Registration 7:30am – 8:00am
Dr. Jeff Blanchard 8:00am – Noon
Lunch Noon – 1:00pm
Dr. Mitch Mally 1:00pm – 4:00pm
September 30, 2012
Registration 7:30am – 8:00am
Dr. Jeff Spencer 8:00am – 11:00am
Lunch 11:00am – Noon
Dr. Laney Nelson Noon – 3:00pm



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ProSport Chiropractic Portland Seminar

September 29-30, 2012

ProSport Chiropractic (PSC) provides “state-of-the-art” chiropractic continuing education, thus enabling our participating chiropractic doctors to provide the most consistent and highest quality of chiropractic healthcare for both in-office patients and for contestants on-site at supporting events Nationwide.

With the ProSport Chiropractic seminars, you will find the material fresh, informative, enlightening and practicable. We know you have a choice for relicensing hours, so, we make sure the subject matter will be useful for both working in the outdoor arena as well as in your office on Monday. 

Join us in Portland as we present:

Jeff Blanchard, DC, Golf Professional - Barriers to Golf Performance (Part II)

This comprehensive course offers important information on the management, fitness and conditioning protocols of “well” patients seeking improved performance on the golf course. Dr. Blanchard has combined his unique practitioner expertise (30 years in private practice) with his actual play experience as a competitive golf professional (career low round of 62) to offer students a more complete understanding of taking care of patients who play golf. The course includes excerpts from Dr. Blanchard’s textbook, The Physician’s Golf Injury Desk Reference and has been designed to help students eventually position themselves as the “Golf Doctor” in their community. The material is presented in a concise and clear manner with over 100 photos, illustrations, numerous Quick Time Movies as visual aids with live audio voice-overs from Dr. Blanchard. This is part 2 of a 3 part certification.

Mitch Mally, DC - The Secrets of Scapula Dynamics Revealed in Sports & Occupational Injuries & Rehab of the Shoulder

ProSport welcomes back International Extremity Expert, Dr. Mitch Mally, who will conduct his 3 hour intensive hands-on workshop on Scapular Dynamics. Attendees will experience the world-wide ”BUZZ” of Dr. Mally and see why, in this fast paced, exciting, entertaining and educational session. Learn how to master Dr. Mally’s “Sniper-Specific” techniques and enjoy the journey to becoming the Leading Extremity Expert in your community. Learn Dr. Mally’s Extremity Adjusting Techniques that will enhance your clinical skills with amazing precision and blazing speed, ready to use in your office on Monday!!!


Jeff Spencer, MA, DC, CCSP - Performing In The “Zone” On Command

Dr. Jeffrey Spencer was an Olympic cyclist and awarded the ICA’s “Sports Chiropractor of the Year” in 2004. He has worked with PGA, WTA and NASCAR champions, a World Series MVP, rock legends, ultra-successful businesspeople, and NFL, and MLB athletes, as well as Motocross and Formula 1 drivers. Spencer was Lance Armstrong’s personal chiropractor and doctor for the United States Postal Service and Discovery Channel Professional Cycling Teams that won an unprecedented eight Tours de France. He has taught post-graduate sports rehabilitation courses and frequently lectures on cold laser technology. Dr. Spencer’s new book, Turn It Up! How To Perform At Your Highest Level For A Lifetime, is currently available.

Laney Nelson DC, ICSSD, DACBSP - Chiropractic Management of Concussion

Most concussions occur when the head is whiplash into an immovable object. What percentage of concussion is therefore associated with neck injury? Can neck injury cause proprioceptive changes that confuse the clinical picture of concussion? Chiropractors have always treated headaches associated with cervical dysfunction. So how do we differentiate the difference between symptoms of concussion from cervical spine whiplash? This lecture will discuss the procedures to help us make that call and discuss the vital roll Chiropractic Physicians play on the sports medicine team in regards to concussion management.