Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the history and science behind lasers, LEDs and other light-based treatment modalities
  • Hear from practitioners about how laser therapy increases treatment efficacy
  • Learn about the business benefits and practical strategies to incorporating laser therapy 
  • Participate in a hands-on workshop

 Are you...

  • Looking to increase your treatment efficacy for pain, inflammation and healing?
  • Interested in how can you increase your revenue stream using laser therapy?
  • Interested in differentiating your services from your competitors?

 

Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

City: Edmonton, AB, Canada

Venue: Tom Goodchild's Moose Factory
4810 Calgary Trail South, Edmonton, AB
(780) 437-5616
www.themoosefactory.ca

Registration Fee: Early Bird until April 26, 2017 - $35 per single registrant OR $45 SPECIAL 2 FOR 1 PROMO 

Regular Price from April 27, 2017 - $45 per single registrant

 

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Host: Gary Kazimer

Theralase Practice Consultant

Speakers

 

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Mr. Gary Kazimer

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Theralase Practice Consultant Canada AB & SK and USA ND, SD, ID, MT, WY, MN

Bio coming soon
 

Mr. Randal Crites, R.M.T.

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Registered Massage Therapist

Bio coming soon.. 

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EVENT SCHEDULE: *

6:00 – 6:15 pm:  Arrival and Registration
Mr. Gary Kazimer
Practice Consultant, Theralase

6:15 – 7:00 pm:  Welcome word and Dinner
(pre-ordered plated dinner)
Mr. Gary Kazimer
Practice Consultant, Theralase

7:00 – 7:30 pm:  The history and science behind laser therapy
Guest presenter: Mr. Randal Crites, RMT

7:30 – 8:15 pm:  How low level laser therapy complements and increases your treatment efficacy for Neuromusculoskeletal conditions 
Guest presenter: Mr. Randal Crites, RMT

8:15 – 8:45 pm:  Key strategies for integrating laser therapy into clinical practice
Guest presenter: Mr. Randal Crites, RMT

8:45 – 10:00 pm:   Hands-on Workshop - Experience the power of the Theralase laser system 

 

*Agenda subject to change


**Guest practitioner must be a non-theralase practitioner from a separate clinic