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Kimberly Palmer-Yee

Twin Lakes Chiropractic Center


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. Palmer-Yee will be presenting one of the afternoon intensive sessions at ChiroConfab North, titled How to be Legislatively Savvy and Why it's Important.

Product Type
On Demand

ChiroConfab North Afternoon Intensive


Total Credits: 1.5

Topic Areas:
Adjustive Technique |  Chiropractic Philosophy |  Detection of Subluxation |  Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine or Extremities |  Governmental Regulations Relevant to Chiropractic and Public Health |  Neurology |  Pathology |  Patient/Case Management, Documentation, and Coding |  Physical Examination |  Symptomatology |  X-ray/Diagnostic Imaging
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Dr. Kimberly Palmer-Yee presents How to be Legislatively Savvy and Why it's Important. Dr. Sarah Kotlerman presents Cervical Ligament Instability.

Product Type
On Demand

ChiroConfab West Afternoon Intensive


Total Credits: 1.5

Topic Areas:
Chiropractic Philosophy |  Governmental Regulations Relevant to Chiropractic and Public Health |  Patient/Case Management, Documentation, and Coding
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Dr. Kimberly Palmer-Yee presents How to be Legislatively Savvy and why it's Important. Dr. Diane Sherwood-Palmer presents A Brief History of Chiropractic. Dr. David Stemp presents Ethics and Integri...

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