Since the ICPA was founded in 1986 by Larry Webster, Chiropractor Today for a Better World Tomorrow has been the theme and the vision for the organization. Jeane Ohm has taken on the leadership of ICPA, serving as its CEO. She’s returning to the Mile High 2017 stage, August 17th to 20th.
Jeane Ohm is a graduate of Adio and took on the leadership of the ICPA after the passing of Dr. Larry Webster. Her professional mission is to provide chiropractors with the education and motivation to care for more pregnant mothers and children. She's committed to providing other practitioners with information to support natural birthing in their practices. She understands that birth trauma is a current concern, and it's become her goal to help eliminate health challenges for the newborn. She intends to accomplish her goal by adequately training chiropractors and chiropractic students in specific chiropractic techniques for pregnancy, birth, and infancy. She and her husband, Tom, have six children who have received chiropractic care since conception. All of the were born at home and are living the chiropractic lifestyle.
The ICPA has an incredible membership program and an even more incredible certification and diplomat program. They are conducting groundbreaking research for chiropractic health in pregnancy and childhood. At this time, the ICPA has 6,000 members and is the largest, most successful organization within the chiropractic profession. Want to see more kids? Take the certification program. Want to support the vision of more kids getting chiropractic care? Become a member of the ICPA.
The Mile High 2017 weekend starts today and runs through Sunday. It’s a Power Packed weekend, including up to 15 hours of continuing education, breakout sessions, events, luncheons, and so much more. Don’t miss this!! It’s not too late to register, so go to www.milehighchiro.org right now and get your tickets and get yourself to Denver! You will be really, really glad you did!!
- Jeanne Ohm
Question of the day: "Why is it important for chiropractors to think about of children?" Please let me know in the comments.
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Questions I asked:
- How did you find your way into chiropractic?
- How did the ICPA get started?
- Why a pediatric certification and diplomat program?
- What will you be talking about at Mile High?
- What is some of the research that the ICPA is working on?
- What are the next projects that ICPA has ahead?
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