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The mission and commitment of SORSI have always been focused on research to educate practitioners to be able to give better care. We continually strive to improve through research and publications. SORSI takes great pride in the way that it is aligned with the International Alliance (SOTO-I) in its educational material, seminars, and global certification. SORSI is the only organization in North America that is a member of the International Alliance and is qualified and approved to teach SOT® Methods. 

For decades SORSI has provided Chiropractors and Chiropractic Assistants opportunities to learn, practice, and teach SOT® Methods. “Since 1929…the Source for SOT® Methods.”

Check out our upcoming events for a listing of educational opportunities!

Minnesota Regional – SOT® CMRT

March 23, 2024 10:00 AM

SOT® CMRT: Mar 23 – 24, 2024  Instructor – Brad Kuntz, DC, DICS

12 CEs Available per class

Brad Kuntz, DC, DICS

 

 

IN PERSON EVENT

Minnesota Regional SOT® Method Seminar Series

SOT® CATEGORIES: Feb 24 – 25, 2024  Instructor- Parker Dahlgren, DC,  AP

SOT® CMRT: Mar 23 – 24, 2024  Instructor – Brad Kuntz, DC, DICS

SOT® CRANIAL: April 27 – 28, 2024  Instructor – Brad Kuntz, DC, DICS

LOCATION

Prior Lake Chiropractic
14020 State Highway 13 Suite 650
Savage, Minnesota 55378

(952) 447-8980

TIME:  Sat: 10 am – 6pm

Sun: 8 am – 2 pm

12 CEs Available per class.  36 total for event

AVAILABLE STATES:

AK, CO, CT, DC, ID, IN, IA, KS, ME, MD, MA, MN, MO, MT, NE, NV (Use Code NV22-000), NH, NJ, NC, ND, OH, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, UT, VT, VA, WA, WY, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Nova Scotia

FEES:

NOTE:  It it HIGHLY recommended that you purchase the books that go with this seminar, as it contains the slides and notes for the training.

Individual Classes: 

$200 without CEs

$249 with CEs

FULL SERIES: 

$550 without CEs

$697 With CEs

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SORSI teaches and supports those chiropractors and chiropractic students who want to upgrade their practice offerings with exceptional techniques that deliver evidenced based unparalleled results with patients.

I would like to invite you to our SOT® CATEGORIES: Feb 24 – 25, 2024

You can receive 12 CE Credits.

SORSI’s SOT® Categories Regional Seminar is created to provide you with an understanding of cranial techniques that can be used in the office on Monday.

Key learning outcomes for this seminar are:

    • Explore the functional anatomy and physiology of cranial bone motion
    • Understand cerebrospinal fluid mechanics
    • Study specific cranial landmarks and indicators to facilitate both your understanding and application of cranial adjusting techniques
    • Learn skills that have a drastic impact on your patient’s ability to heal

With lots of hands on practice, you will be ready to delight your patients on Monday morning with:

    • Improved patient outcomes
    • More effective and stable spinal corrections
    • Ability to help more people consistently and safely

Imagine helping patients that are desperate for solutions that they haven’t been able to find. Consider the value to your colleagues and other healthcare professionals who would refer patients to you for help because you have this skill.

Whether you are a beginner to cranial work or a more advanced practitioner, this course will help you move forward and attain a greater level of expertise in the art of chiropractic cranial adjusting.

If you are interest in:

    • Growing your practice naturally
    • Gaining the regard of other chiropractors and health care professionals
    • Becoming the go-to chiropractor in your community
    • Receiving a constant source of referrals

This SOT® Cranial seminar will assist you in reaching those goals and helping you assist those patients with unique challenges.

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SOT® Regional Class Agendas

Categories

PLEASE NOTE: The notes for the seminar are in the book.

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This seminar will provide a brief history of Saco Occipital Technic®, followed by an in-depth discussion of the anatomy and physiology of the spine and pelvis in relation to the Category system. In this seminar, attendees will learn how to assess, diagnosis, and integrate the Category system into their current practices.

Hour 1: Introduction, history of SOT®, anatomy and physiology, and overview of the Category system

Hour 2: Five Step Analysis of the Category System, demonstration/practice

Hour 3: Category II overview, pre-blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 4: Category II blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 5: Category II post-blocking procedures and upper extremity adjusting, demonstration/practice

Hour 6: Category III overview, pre-blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 7: Category III blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 8: Category III post-blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 9: Category I overview, pre-blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 10: Category I blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 11: Category I post-blocking procedures, demonstration/practice

Hour 12: Review of Category system; questions

CMRT

The notes for the seminar are in the book.

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This seminar will provide an introduction into the chiropractic manipulative reflex technique system, followed by the anatomy and physiology of the occipital fiber system. Attendees will learn how to assess, diagnosis, and correct occipital fiber dysfunction for each spinal vertebral level outlined in the CMRT technique.

Hour 1: Introduction into CMRT; anatomy and physiology of the occipital fibers

Hour 2: Assessment and diagnosis of the occipital fibers with demonstration/practice

Hour 3: Demonstration and practice of the Line 1,2, & 3 fibers

Hour 4: Demonstration/practice of Thoracic 1 Coronary Syndrome and Thoracic 2 Myocardial Syndrome

Hour 5: Demonstration/practice of Thoracic 3 Respiratory Syndrome and Thoracic 4 Gallbladder Syndrome

Hour 6: Demonstration/practice of Thoracic 5 Gastric Syndrome and Thoracic 6 Pancreatic Syndrome

Hour 7:  Demonstration/practice of Thoracic 7 Splenic Syndrome and Thoracic 8 Liver Syndrome

Hour 8: Demonstration/practice of Thoracic 9 Adrenal Syndrome and Thoracic 10 Intestinal Syndrome

Hour 9: Demonstration/practice of Thoracic 11 and 12 Kidney Syndrome

Hour 10: Demonstration/practice of Lumbar 1 Ileocecal Syndrome and Lumbar 2 Cecal (Appendix) Syndrome

Hour 11: Demonstration/practice of Lumbar 3 Glandular Syndrome and Lumbar 4 Colon Syndrome

Hour 12: Demonstration/practice of Lumbar 5 Prostatic/Uterine Syndrome; review/questions

Introduction to SOT® Cranial

This seminar will provide a brief history of chiropractic craniopathy and then provide in detail discussion of the anatomy and physiology of the cranium. In this seminar, attendees will learn how to integrate the cranial distortions with the SOT® Category system, understand various cranial motions, various cranial adjustments as well as infant cranial techniques.

The notes for the seminar are in the book.

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Hour 1: History of chiropractic craniopathy and overview of the anatomy and physiology of the skull

Hour 2: Detailed explanation of cerebrospinal fluid motion, types of corrections, and demonstration/practice of utilization of pressure for cranial adjusting

Hour 3: Overview of cranial ranges of motion with demonstration/practice of cranial ranges of motion and universal antidote technique

Hour 4: Continuation of cranial ranges of motion practice

Hour 5: Overview of the craniopathic non-specific techniques

Hour 6: Continuation of the overview of the craniopathic non-specific techniques with demonstrations and practice

Hour 7: Overview of post adjusting techniques with demonstration and practice

Hour 8: Overview of general techniques with demonstration and practice, part 1

Hour 9 Overview of general techniques with demonstration and practice, part 2

Hour 10: Overview of general techniques with demonstration and practice, part 3

Hour 11: Infant cranial techniques

Hour 12: Infant cranial techniques continued and seminar overview/review/questions

INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHIES

Brad Kuntz, DC, CC graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in December of 1990. Dr. Kuntz has continued his post graduate studies in the field of craniopathy. Craniopathy has expanded his scope of practice to include a multitude of head (cranial) conditions and head injuries. In addition to cranial work, Dr. Kuntz also works on numerous organ / visceral health issues: For most health issues, once the underlying source of the ailment is discovered, a specific program of repair can be implemented. In addition to the standard chiropractic care our patients are offered advanced care options when the need arises.

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EVENT REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS

Beginning in 2022, we have implemented a strict refund policy. There are no refunds for event tickets including CE fees.

If SORSI cancels an event, participants would be eligible for a Refund or credit to the next like event within one year.

HOMECOMING & MIDYEAR

As a one-time courtesy, tickets may be deferred to the next Homecoming or Mid Year event. You MUST contact [email protected] PRIOR to the event to defer your ticket to the next event. The deferred ticket must be used for a SORSI annual event within a year of the event you are deferring. No Exceptions.

Any additional registration fees due for the deferred event must be paid at the time the ticket is deferred. If the event fee is less than the original fee, there is no refund for unused funds.

If you are unable to attend the event your ticket was deferred to, your fee then becomes a donation to the organization. We appreciate your support and attendance at our events.  

IN PERSON SEMINARS

As a one-time courtesy, tickets may be credited for one of the next In Person Seminars.

You MUST contact [email protected] PRIOR to the event to defer your ticket. No Exceptions. This deferment is to be used within one year of the In Person Seminar you were unable to attend. You may use the credit for any In Person Seminars scheduled during that year, including Homecoming or Midyear.

Any additional registration fees due for the deferred event must be paid at the time the ticket is deferred. If the event fee is less than the original fee, there is no refund for unused funds.

If you are unable to attend the event your ticket was deferred to, your fee then becomes a donation to the organization. We appreciate your support and attendance at our events.  

WEBINARS

All webinar attendees are given access to the webinar recordings. If you are unable to attend a webinar, you will have access to the recording. Registrations and CE fees for Webinars are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

TRANSFERRING REGISTRATION FEES
Registrations are non-transferrable.  Some exceptions MAY be made, and only with prior approval.  CE fees are non transferable to any event.