Upcoming Events

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!

Balancing Future Generations – SOT® in a Family Practice

August 9, 2024 3:00 PM

In Person Seminar


Corey Neill, DC, AP                         Bob Apol, DC, CC



Alabama Regional SOT® Method Seminar Series

SOT® CATEGORIES: June 7 – 8, 2024  Instructor- Corey Neill, DC,  AP
SOT® Extremities and Perinatal Care: July 12 – 13, 2024  Instructor – Corey Neill, DC, AP

Balancing Future Generations – SOT® in a Family Practice: Aug 9 -10, 2024

Instructor – Corey Neill, DC, AP and Bob Apol, DC, CC


Tuscaloosa Chiropractic
2000 Veteran’s Memorial PKWY, Suite 8
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35404

(205) 462-3384


Aug 9 -10, 2024

FRIDAY: 3 pm – 7 pm

SATURDAY: 8 am – 5 pm

12 CEs Available per class.  36 total for event


AK, CO, CT, DC, DE, ID, IN, IA, IL, KS, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, MS, 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


APPROVED:  Alabama!


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


$550 without CEs

$697 With CEs


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: June 7 – 8, 2024

You can receive 12 CE Credits.

SORSI’s SOT® Regional Seminars are created to provide you with an understanding of SOT®  analysis, adjusting protocols and cranial techniques that can be used in the office on Monday.

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 SOT® work or a more advanced practitioner, these courses will help you move forward and attain a greater level of expertise in the art of chiropractic SOT® 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

These SOT® seminars will assist you in reaching those goals and helping you assist those patients with unique challenges.


SOT® Regional Class Agendas


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

Get the CATEGORIES book here!

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


Part 2: July 12th and 13th,  3 – 7 pm and 8 – 5pm

Extremities and Perinatal Care- Extremity analysis and adjusting techniques according to SOT Methods PLUS advanced pelvic corrections.

This course will explore additional perinatal care including prenatal and postpartum corrective exercises, soft tissue work, diagnosis of common conditions, and of course, extremity adjusting!

References used (Notes): De Jarnette Extremities

Hour 1: History of Sacro Occipital Technique and overview of Extremity analysis and perinatal physiology

Hour 2: Detailed explanation of anatomy and analysis of the perinatal period.

Hour 3: Overview of lower extremity analysis and demonstration/practice of lower extremity technique

Hour 4: Continuation of lower extremity technique practice

Hour 5: Overview of the upper extremity analysis and corrections

Hour 6: Continuation of the overview of the upper extremity demonstrations and practice

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

Hour 8: Overview of hidden category 2 pelvic corrections

Hour 9: continuation of hidden category 2 pelvic corrections

Hour 10: Overview of normal and paradoxical breathing patterns

Hour 11: Pelvic floor/diaphragm screenings and corrective exercises

Hour 12: Postpartum period expectations and healing leading to overview/review/questions

Part 3: August 9th and 10th, 3 -7pm and 8-5 pm

Balancing Future Generations – SOT® in a Family Practice

In this course, you will learn how to perform a detailed exam, spinal adjusting techniques, primitive reflex tests and corrections, basic CMRT, and an introduction to cranial adjusting.

References that are used in this seminar include Dr. Steven Williams Pregnancy and Pediatrics book, which is currently unavailable as it is out of stock and the doctor is working on an updated version.  We apologize as we do not know the time frame for the completion of the book. In the meantime, you can also refer to the Intro to Cranial book and CMRT books (Link below)

Intro to Cranial

CMRT International 

DeJarnette CMRT

Hour 1: History of Sacro Occipital Technique and pediatrics

Hour 2: Detailed explanation of pediatric exams

Hour 3: Commonly seen conditions in the pediatric population

Hour 4: Review of normal anatomy and physiology of infants and children

Hour 5: General approaches to ear infections, ear aches, and teething

Hour 6: General approaches to common digestive concerns in the pediatric population

Hour 7: Importance and analysis of eye-tracking

Hour 8: Primitive Reflex Analysis and corrections, Part 1

Hour 9 Primitive Reflex Analysis and corrections Part 2

Hour 10: Overview of general adjusting techniques with demonstration and practice

Hour 11: Infant cranial techniques

Hour 12: Special Considerations of the pediatric population and seminar overview/review/questions


Dr. Corey Neill, DC, AP was born in Moundville, Alabama where he attended Hale County High School before graduating from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Environmental Sciences. Upon graduating, he moved to Davenport, Iowa to study Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic. During his time at Palmer, Dr. Neill organized several seminars to further improve his technical skills and knowledge about the human body. Dr. Neill also served as a Student Council Representative and the President of the Sacral Occipital Technic Club. After completing the requirements for his degree of Doctor of Chiropractic, he worked as an extern under Dr. John Farmer at Green Springs Chiropractic Center. He is a member of SORSI™ and ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association). Dr. Neill is also a certified SOT Methods provider and a Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist.

Dr. Neill is passionate about helping people overcome all varieties of ailments with an emphasis on pediatric, pregnancy and prenatal care. Away from the office he enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, and is the youth pastor at Soma Church in Holt.

Dr. Bob Apol, DC, CC

Originally from Michigan, one of the jobs I worked while in undergraduate school was building houses. One morning while at work, everything changed. I was bending over nailing a wall and my “back went out.” I was stuck! If I tried to move I experienced horrible pain.

I went to my chiropractor, and as you would imagine, his understanding of my spine made all the difference in my life.

During one particular visit to my chiropractor, he asked me why I was considering the route of physical therapy school. He believed that my healing experience with gentle, corrective chiropractic care is what great chiropractors have in common. It was his conviction that once I’d experienced the difference chiropractic made in my life, I too could make that same difference for others.

I took his advice and looked into chiropractic school. I liked what I learned and was soon convinced that chiropractic college was right for me. Graduating in 1993, I’m more passionate than ever to give back to others what I received: relief and whole-body wellness.

I began my undergraduate studies at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI, majoring in Health Sciences. I went on to complete my chiropractic education at Life Chiropractic University in Marietta, GA.

When I began my chiropractic education, I thought chiropractic care was all about bones and muscles. While that’s only part of it, I was amazed at the far-reaching effects that chiropractic has in a person’s ability to enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

My post-graduate education is in Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), Cranial Therapy and I have a special passion for the proper neurological development in children.

I’ve had the pleasure of teaching other chiropractors what I do here in the US and internationally in the UK and Australia.

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