Celebrating 37 Years of Chiropractic BioPhysics – One of the Most Researched and Results-Oriented Chiropractic Systems on the Planet
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona — More than one hundred elite and notable chiropractors gathered at the 37th Annual Chiropractic BioPhysics® Conference held at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona from October 9th through October 11th, 2015.
Hosted by Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP®) co-founder, preeminent and world-renowned authority on advanced corrective care, as well as the owner and clinical director of the Ideal Spine Health Center located in Eagle, Idaho, Dr. Deed Harrison presented attendees with new and cutting-edge chiropractic research, chiropractic techniques and concepts on spinal rehabilitation and correction during this 3-day retreat.
This event also saw presentations from many other notable speakers who shared their breakthrough research in the field of cervical spine disorders, including Dr. Aaron Molen DDS, Dr. John Davila, Dr. Curtis Fedorchuk, Dr. Jeb McAviney and Dr. Jimmy Labrecque.
“The Chiropractic BioPhysics Annual Conference gives my fellow colleagues and I the opportunity to present all the year’s top research and concepts to our CBP family of chiropractors who have gathered here from across the world,” said Dr. Deed Harrison who, along with his late father Dr. Don Harrison, championed and organized these events. “Such teachings will continue to give our chiropractors the critical knowledge and tools they need to practice advanced corrective chiropractic care, and continue to provide a much higher level of spinal rehabilitation to their patients, wherever they may practice.”
“Chiropractic BioPhysics has made a tremendous difference in the lives of my patients, and I can only hope more chiropractors learn this breakthrough technique and become certified in CBP,” added CBP certified chiropractor and conference attendee, Dr. Nona Djavid of Newport Beach, California. “Dr. Deed Harrison’s immense passion, tireless research and effort in bringing CBP to the forefront of chiropractic has enabled us as chiropractors to practice at a much more sophisticated level and in a much more calculated fashion, resulting in truly exceptional outcomes for our patients.”
The Chiropractic BioPhysics Annual Conference is held each year between August and October at various locations throughout North America and acts not only as a way for CBP chiropractors to further their knowledge and expertise, but to build stronger life-long relationships and allow for exchange of ideas between fellow chiropractors.