First, I apologize for this week's post being so short.  Second, I am sure that some of you will enjoy a rather quick post.  Third, here is why this is such a brief post...

I recently began training in a rigorous continuing education program known as the McKenzie Method.  The first portion (Part A) involves 5 online modules prior to the live course, which is split over 2 weekends.  And...there are a total of 4 portions required to become certified as a MDT (Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy) practitioner.  Nevertheless, I have been rapidly trying to complete this online training prior to the live session next weekend.

The reason I'm sharing this information is not simply to inflate my own skillset...rather to inform all of you that I am expanding.  I am expanding my skills to BETTER SERVE YOU. 

I have said this before, my practice is focused on ONE THING, PATIENTS.  So although this is a relatively short blog post, I want you all to understand that I have not forgotten about my weekly blog, but rather have been working to TRAIN my BRAIN, learning a new technique.

By the way, all of those with disc bulges and/or herniations, this training will help me serve you even more so.  Enjoy the weekend!

-Be Blessed!
Dr. K



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    Erik Korzen DC is a chiropractic physician and educator.  He is passionate about re-defining the chiropractic profession and is somewhat of an "Anatomy Geek".


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