Total Credits: 10
This seminar is for Healthcare providers interested in obtaining cutting-edge information and developments in the medical, legal, and insurance areas impacting whiplash, spinal trauma, and personal injury cases.
This highly-rated indispensable course will provide you with the most up-to-date clinical, insurance and legal information necessary to successfully evaluate, treat and manage patients with whiplash, spinal trauma and personal injury claims.
Cost is $99 for chiropractors practice 10 years or less and $199 for chiropractors practicing 11+ years.
This seminar is not produced by the WSCA and does not have member pricing.
Prior to working at Adler Giersch, Mr. Gent was a senior negotiator and Litigation Specialist for Farmers Insurance Company. He has worked at Adler Giersch for over 15 years, starting as a Case Manager, he was inspired to become an attorney.
Diane Sherwood-Palmer, DC has been a practitioner almost 40 years. She is from a chiropractic family. Her parents, Drs. Jeannette and Vernon Sherwood were well known in the Seattle area. All her siblings are doctors— Drs. Kurt, Mark and Sheri Sherwood. Dr. Diane has been on the board of the Washington State Chiropractic Association for many years, and is a past president.
Dr. Palmer-Yee has been practicing at Twin Lakes Chiropractic in Federal Way since 2005. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta and her Doctor of Chiropractic from Western States Chiropractic College. Her practice philosophy emphasizes chiropractic healthcare for women during pregnancy and childbirth, as well as chiropractic care for infants and children. She is also a certified yoga instructor, a skill she uses to teach her students the importance of good body mechanics and the benefits of a strong spine and core. She is a longtime member of the WSCA and is the association’s current president.
Dr. Butters is a 1973 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He is the founder and owner of Rainier Valley Chiropractic, P.S., which he established in 1977. His 40 plus years of active chiropractic practice have involved all aspects of Chiropractic care, including auto accident, on the job injury, as well as general acute, corrective and preventative maintenance care for adults and children. Dr. Butters is a member of the WSCA and currently serves as the association's Legislative Director. He also serves as chairman of the Washington State Chiropractic Trust; Washington State’s chiropractic political action committee. He is a member and Fellow of the International Chiropractor’s Association.