Benchmarks…people say it all the time, but what does it mean? A benchmark is a point of reference from which measurements may be made. It’s something you use to track your progress. So how does Muscle Response Analysis work as a benchmark, you might ask? Well, if you want to learn more, Dr. Lowell Keppel is speaking in Salt Lake City on December 6, 2014 at the Marriott City Center about Muscle Response Analysis and how to add it to your practitioner’s toolbox. Begin the process of improving your patient evaluations with a method that you can use as your benchmark. With this visual tool, your patients will see the changes and follow their own progress.
Dr. Keppel invites healthcare practitioners, their staff, and healthcare students to attend. For those of you who attended Dr. Keppel’s previous class, this is an advanced review where you can revisit the techniques and get additional practice.
Back by popular demand! MRA features lecture, demonstrations, and small group practice. Highlights include Muscle Response System, Correlating Reflex Points, and Patient Assessment & Tests. For more information and to register, click here to go to the SRP Events Calendar.