Instructor: Kevin Hearon

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Doctor Kevin Hearon is the President of the Council on Extremity Adjusting, an education organization dedicated to teaching chiropractors advanced techniques in Chiropractic extremity adjusting. With over 38 years of experience treating the spine and extremities, including collegiate, Olympic and professional athletes, Docor Hearon has been a key pioneer in the extremity adjusting movement. 

Doctor Hearon is an internationally acclaimed expert on Extremity Adjusting, Gait, and Foot Orthotics, has taught on thirteen postgraduate faculties, and has published countless books, DVDs, and wall charts on the subject. He has been teaching for forty-five years and has taught thousands of doctors who have taken courses from him.

In 1995, he founded the Council on Extremity Adjusting to provide extremity adjusting education for Chiropractors across the world. To date, over 1,450 DCs have successfully completed the seven course, 105 hour Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner seminar series, achieving the coveted CCEP designation.

Doctor Hearon also created the first of its kind Gait Lab and Shoe Store called Foot Professional at his clinic, Boise Sports Chiropractic Clinic in Boise, Idaho.  In addition to his busy teaching schedule, Doctor Hearon still treats patients 3-4 days a week.

Classes by this instructor

Learn a whole new approach to diagnosing shoulder, arm and hand subluxations, entrapments and thoracic outlet syndromes.
On Campus, 15 CE Hours, December 11-12, 2021, Room 26
Know the kinetic chain of the lower extremity like you have never learned it before. Understand the involuntary mechanics of your gait pattern
On Campus, 15 CE Hours, January 15-16, 2022, Room 26
Learn the kinetic chain of motion and dysfunctions of the foot. Get technical definitions and know what type of orthotics and shoes to prescribe for your patients.
On Campus 15 CE Hours February 12-13, 2022, Room 26
Illustrate, demonstrate, integrate, and practice the concepts of all previous modules froma global perspective.
On Campus 15 CE Hours May 7-8, 2022, Room 26