Instructor: Link Larson

Link Larson
Biography: Link Larson, DC has been a full-time professor at Northwestern Health Sciences University since 2006.  He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1975, completed a residency program in Nuclear Medicine Technology in 1977 and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1986.  He is certified in chiropractic spinal trauma and is the radiation safety officer at the University.  He teaches Methods, Endocrinology, Radiation Physics and Safety, Chiropractic Diversified Technique and is a clinic supervisor. He also taught Geriatrics for ten years which led to co-authoring the articles, Manipulative Care and Older Persons, and Taking On The Fall: The Etiology And Prevention Of Falls In The Elderly. In addition to his teaching duties, he practices chiropractic part-time at a local clinic.

Classes by this instructor

Science and Strategies for Injury Prevention in Aging Patients
Elevate your understanding of the significant role the chiropractor can play in the prevention of falls in aging adults. Summarize the latest science related to aging and injury prevention.
2 CE hours. Online classes are available for 365 days from date of purchase. CE credit (if applicable) is earned in the calendar year the course is completed.