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08.2024 KAC Webinar Series | Simple Assessments to Predict, Prevent and Reduce Chronic Pain

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KBCE Approved |  OnDemand |  PACE Approved
Clinical |  Rehabilitation
Brian Jensen, DC
1 CE


This course will be available for purchase starting August 1, 2024.

This course was applied for continuing education credit from August 1, 2024 - August 1, 2025, for the state of Kentucky.

All components (video, quiz, affidavit, participation codes, evaluation, etc.) must be completed between August 1, 2024 - August 1, 2025 to count for continuing education credit in Kentucky.


This webinar looks at foundational biomechanical principles related to proper joint loading and movement, assessing abnormalities within those parameters and addressing them in the chiropractic practice. 


1)     Chronic pain and the opioid crisis

2)     Biomechanical Assessment

a.     Visual Observation

b.     Digital Foot Scanning

c.      X ray analysis

d.     Posture Analysis

e.     Functional Movement Assessment

3)     Chiropractic Adjusting for postural correction

a.     Neruoplasticity, Adjusting, Rehab and Orthotic use 


This course was recorded February 13, 2021

KBCE Approval # KBCE1293
PACE Course Number 85650


Brian Jensen, DC's Profile

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Dr. Brian Jensen was introduced to Chiropractic at age 15 when he received treatment for sports injuries. Based on the success of that treatment, he chose to attend Palmer Chiropractic College where he graduated in 1987.  Dr Jensen's personal experience with Chiropractic care has led him over the past 30 years to develop strategies for staying healthy, not merely addressing temporary aches and pains.  "Staying healthy is a proactive process, doing the right things as part of a healthy life style. "   With that in mind, Dr Jensen has incorporated a combination of the latest technological advances with simple, common sense tools that assist patients in achieving and maintaining their health goals. 

Dr. Jensen served as the Associate Director of Education and Research at Foot Levelers Inc., between 2006 and 2010 and is currently in full time practice in Roanoke VA.  He has shared his experience in continuing education seminars over the past 15 years in the US and abroad.