Help patients suffering from spinal stenosis restore mobility and maintain independence!
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis (DLSS) is a leading cause of pain, disability and loss of independence in individuals over the age of 65. Older adults with DLSS tend to lead a sedentary lifestyle, which further negatively affects their quality of life and life expectancy. In the next 15 years, there will be an explosion in the number of people suffering from DLSS due to the aging population.
The Boot Camp Program for Spinal Stenosis© is an evidenced-based, non-surgical approach developed at Mount Sinai Hospital by Dr. Carlo Ammendolia. In two recent randomized controlled trials, participants enrolled in Boot Camp Program for DLSS demonstrated large and sustained improvements in walking ability, overall function and pain. Chiropractors should be the experts and go-to professionals for the non-surgical management of DLSS.
Workshop attendees will receive 6.5 CE structured credit hours. Participants who complete the workshop will be listed on www.spinemobility.com the official website for The Boot Camp Programs. Seats are limited, so register early!
(includes a lumbar spinal stenosis kit – $90 value)
|Early Bird Regular
(Ends January 20th, 2019)
|OCA New Graduate Member
(Class of 2015 – Class of 2018)
|OCA Student Member
(Year 3 & 4)
Upon completion of this 6.5 hour certification, learners will be able to:
- Educate patients on DLSS which will result in better self-management of the condition
- Understand current research findings on DLSS
- Implement a new step by step technique to treat patients with DLSS on Monday morning
- Acquire the knowledge and skills to become an expert in the non-surgical management of DLSS
“I recently attended a Spinal Stenosis Bootcamp presented by Dr. Carlo Ammendolia. I found it to be a very informative, practical and pragmatic workshop dealing with patients with this very challenging disorder. Dr. Ammendolia has taken over 32 years of practice experience combined with specific research and clinical trials to give a hands-on approach that makes sense and more importantly that works….and it is supported by sound evidence. He has packaged the approach in a systematic and organized manner that can be integrated into any chiropractic office. I would highly recommend this workshop to any clinician who wants to be able offer hope to patients with spinal stenosis, many of whom who have failed all other approaches.”- Jeff Balon BSc., DC, MD, CCFP.
“Dr. Ammendolia’s Spinal Stenosis Boot Camp is a complete, effective and practical program that I have been using to help my patient’s suffering from stenosis.” – Dr. Bryan Wolfe, Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1985.
|Didactic presentation – What you need to know about DLSS
|Introduction to Manual Therapy Technique – Demonstration, Rationale and Hands-On Practice
|Manual Therapy Techniques – Hands-On Practice
|Introduction to Patient Exercises – Demonstration/Hands-On Practice
|Summary and How to Implement the Program in Your Office
Date: Saturday, January 26, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM; 6.5 CE hours
Location: CMCC – 6100 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON M2H 3J1
Meeting Room: Lecture Hall 2 & Technique Labs 2 & 3
Maximum of 40 participant.
Parking Onsite: Parking is available on the lower parking lot at a flat rate of $5 per vehicle.
Pay station at lot entrance accepts all major credit cards or cash payable at machine in building main lobby. Registrants to drive down to the lower level grab a ticket from the machine; display it on the dash board. Pay a flat rate of $5.00 upon exit. Parking is available from 7 am- 7 pm
In the event that you choose to cancel your registration, a full refund less $50 will be provided for cancellations received in writing by January 20th, 2019. No refunds will be provided after January 20th, 2019.
Dr. Carlo Ammendolia is the Director of the Chiropractic Spine Clinic and the Spinal Stenosis Program at the Rebecca MacDonald Centre for Arthritis and Autoimmune Diseases at Mount Sinai Hospital. He received his MSc degree in Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research and his PhD in Clinical Evaluative Sciences from the University of Toronto. Dr. Ammendolia is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, the Department of Surgery and the Institute of Medical Sciences at the University of Toronto. He is an adjunct scientist at the Institute for Work and Health. In 2012 and 2017, Dr. Ammendolia was recipient of the Professorship in Spine Award from the Department of Surgery in the Faculty of Medicine. He has been in clinical practice for over 35 years and now combines clinical practice and research in the area of non-operative treatment of mechanical, degenerative and inflammatory spinal disorders with a special interest in degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis.