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06/25/2024 7 – 9 PM CT Rehabilitation 320: Leg Length Inequality – Interesting Perspectives

Course Date

Start: 25-06-2024 @ 7:00 pm

End: 25-06-2024 @ 9:00 pm

Course Location | Online
805 Austin Acres
Sulphur Springs

Course Description


Online Course Format:  Live Webinar
Course Tuition:   $59.00
Credit Hours ( CE ):  2
Contributor:  Michael Hall, DC, FIACN
Date & Time :
Start:  June 25, 2024  7:00 pm
End:  June 25, 2024  9:00 pm
* Central Time Zone

Exploring Rehabilitation and Leg Length Inequality

image of unequal leg length on our chiropractic ce credits online page

Leg Length Inequality has been a cornerstone in chiropractic diagnostics and treatment planning. Understanding the nuances of LLI and its relationship with neurological reflexes, head turn, leg length, and the implications of weight bearing on radiographs and subluxation analysis are critical for enhancing clinical outcomes. This course addresses these topics in a detailed and practical manner, making it an essential addition to your chiropractic continuing education. Check out more of Dr. Hall’s Awesome Courses!

Course Overview:

  • Overview of Leg Length & Inequality: Begin with a foundational understanding of LLI, exploring its prevalence and significance in chiropractic care.
  • Neurologic Perspectives of Development: Delve into how neurological reflexes play a role in the development and implications of LLI.
  • Cervical and Vestibular Reflexes: Examine the impact of cervical and vestibular reflexes on head positioning and overall balance.
  • Upright or Weightbearing: Discuss the importance of posture in the evaluation and treatment of LLI, including the debate over weightbearing during radiographic assessments.


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Monte Horne, DC