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Activator Methods Introduces Web-Based Seminar Program
Date:1/19/2009

Activator Online is the only authorized online learning program for the Activator Method

PHOENIX, Jan. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Known for bringing innovation to the chiropractic profession, Activator Methods International introduced the industry's only web-based seminar program dedicated exclusively to the Activator Method Chiropractic Technique. Activator Online, the online learning system authorized by Activator Methods to teach doctors, students and healthcare professionals the Basic Scan Protocol, considered the foundation of the technique, was unveiled last week at the Parker Seminars in Las Vegas.

The Activator Online courseware trains doctors on the most popular instrument-based chiropractic technique, and engages the user, using interactive practice sessions, narration and graphics. Expert clinicians and academic representatives, including Activator Co-founder and CEO Arlan W. Fuhr, DC, and recognized educator and clinician Lois E. Ward, DC, drove the creation of the curriculum, customizing it to meet the needs of healthcare professionals. In addition to teaching the Activator Method, the 12-lesson program also evaluates the user's understanding of the Basic Scan Protocol through advanced, confidence-based assessments.

"Activator Online will enable those wishing to learn the Activator Method the opportunity to do so from the convenience of home or office," said Dr. Arlan W. Fuhr. "This new program is yet another example of Activator's commitment to delivering research, reliability and results to the chiropractic profession."

Continuing Education credits for the Activator Online seminar program are co-sponsored by the Palmer College of Chiropractic. The flexible learning resource, which provides its users with 30 days to complete the curriculum from the comfort of office or home, offers up to 12 Continuing Education credits to U.S. doctors of chiropractic. Doctors should refer to their state requirements to ensure they are eligible to receive the credits.

Visit www.activatoronline.com to learn more about this innovative new training tool for the chiropractic profession.

About Activator Methods International

Phoenix-based Activator Methods International has a long history of research-based technique development and highly effective chiropractic care. With more than 40 years of experience in the chiropractic field, Activator employs the latest advancements in orthopedic, neurological and chiropractic examinations to manage and improve joint function.


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