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From Head to Fingertips: Causes of Arm Symptoms (Part B)



Join Rayus Radiology and the WSCA for the 2024 Dan Dock Series--From Head to Fingertips: Causes of Arm Symptoms.  This two-part program will be presented in a hybrid format.  Part A will be presented online on Thursday, April 25 while Part B will be presented in-person in Seattle on Thursday, May 9.


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Registration Type            Price
Nonmember DC   $299
WSCA Member DC   $249
Olympic Member DC   $219
Rainier Member DC   $199



Refund Policy

  • 30 days from the event: full refund issued
  • 14 days from the event: 50% refund issued
  • 13 days or less: no refund
  • No show: no refund regardless of when you paid
  • Refusal to comply with current health regulations: no refund 

Service Animal Policy

The WSCA seeks to create an environment conducive to learning at its continuing education programs. Although service animals are always welcome, pets, companion, and other non-service animals will not be permitted at WSCA events. Attendees who bring such animals into our events will be asked to leave them outside, or alternatively, leave the event and no refund will be issued.



Dan Dock DC, DIANM's Profile

Dan Dock DC, DIANM Related Seminars and Products

Dr. Daniel Dock is Board-Certified with a Diplomate from the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. He is an educator with experience in clinical practice, including offering second opinions to other Doctors of Chiropractic in difficult cases, being an expert witness in numerous cases of malpractice, and teaching continuing education since 1989.  He earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1982. 

He always appreciates feedback from the doctors on how the classes he teaches have helped them with the diagnosis and treatment of difficult cases.  He has authored multiple books and articles on the various aspects of clinical practice.  He is actively involved in the community in serving homeless and underserved youth. 

Dr. Dock has served as an Examiner and served for two years on the Peer Review Committee for the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 

He was awarded the President's Award by the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) for exemplary service above and beyond the call and the Distinguished Service Award for 25 years of outstanding service and dedication.  He was awarded the MCPAC Distinguished Service Award by the MCA in grateful appreciation of his tireless efforts to support their legislative endeavors. The Washington State Chiropractic Association awarded Dr. Dock their Volunteer of the Year Award.  The Georgia Chiropractic Association awarded him Honorary Lifetime Membership.

Steven Anglés, JD's Profile

Steven Anglés, JD Related Seminars and Products

I was in my teens when my family moved from Miami to a small town. We clearly weren’t from around there and didn’t exactly get a kind welcome. It didn’t take long to figure out that using my brain and building relationships were my best shot for some peace and happiness. Once I made some good friends, it became clear how much of a difference it made knowing that someone had my back. I wanted to be that person for others so they never had to feel like I did.

What seemed like a seismic uprooting, as a kid, was small compared to my family fleeing Cuba in the ‘50s. They left their homes, jobs, and family to start over with a few, small suitcases and a whole lot of determination in a country where they didn’t speak the language or understand the system. Rightly, I was expected to work hard make sure their sacrifices continued to be meaningful, so I studied non-stop so I could begin making a real difference as fast as possible. When the first semester of law school finals came around and overlapped with my college graduation, I skipped the ceremony without hesitation.

While these experiences are personal, I’m sharing them because they helped shape who I am and I think it’s really important for clients to know what motivates anyone they choose to represent them.

Still in school, I started working for the D.A. prosecuting criminals and protecting victims of domestic violence. Keeping with my pattern, before I’d gotten my bar results; I began working at Progressive Insurance. I put myself through college and law school, so not only did I need to repay my loans but I also wanted to start honing my skills in the courtroom. My job was to represent the insured person, but at the end of the day, my boss was really the insurance corporation. Despite my track record of exceptional verdicts and well over a hundred cases that I took to trial, eventually I found myself at odds with my own company almost as often as I fought opposing council.

I’d built up highly specialized knowledge of the industry but knew I couldn’t keep working there. I wanted to shift from defense work (tearing down other people’s cases) to personal injury work (building people’s cases). You might say that I understand how hard it can be to find the right attorneys. It took me a year of searching and another year getting to know the attorneys at Adler Giersch before making the transition.

After 24 years of practice, I’m honored to be a partner at AG, working with a team who shares the same values: honoring and supporting our clients and the tireless pursuit of great results. I work across the Pacific Northwest, in Seattle and Bellevue and manage a dedicated office in Kent to serve the South Sound community.

Michelle Mick DC, DACBR's Profile

Michelle Mick DC, DACBR Related Seminars and Products

Michelle A Wessely (Mick), BSc (Chiro), DC, DACBR, DipMEd graduated from the radiology residency/DACBR (chiropractic radiology) program in 2000 in the UK. She completed her research fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging at the University of San Diego, California under Professor Donald Resnick studying and publishing on conditions such as Erdheim Chester disease and MR related topics. The following year she became the director of radiology at the Institut Franco-Europeen de Chiropratique (IFEC) in Paris, where she was director of the academic program and also the clinical service, for both campuses in Paris and Toulouse. Michelle has published actively for the past few years, presented at prestigious radiology conferences, such as RSNA and ARRS, and has completed further short fellowships in MR imaging with Dr Pomeranz. She has recently published a book on MR imaging for clinicians. Michelle is an active lecturer in Europe and North America, both in English and French. She also has a busy clinical interpretation service available for practitioners requiring second opinions and patients who would like further imaging interpretations.


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