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Reviewing Common Thoracic Spine Manipulations and Their Clinical Applicability to Your Patients

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Dr. Jennifer Illes, B.Sc., M.S., D.C
1 Hour


This course will review the primary motor skills needed for efficient and quick high-velocity low-amplitude maneuvers (aka HVLA). Overall, the teaching methods of the course will be comprised of demonstrations of manipulations through pre-recorded videos. This will be a hands-on online course in which the doctor should have access to a portable table or be able to have an area to spatially practice these skills as we discuss them.

This webinar course was originally presented by Jennifer Illes on May 23, 2023, and sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc. 



Dr. Jennifer Illes, B.Sc., M.S., D.C's Profile

Dr. Jennifer Illes, B.Sc., M.S., D.C Related Seminars and Products

Foot Levelers, Inc.

Dr. Illes is a dynamic communicator who brings 15 years of combined clinical and academic experience. She is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College, and her experience includes treating professional athletes with sports related injuries. She is an expert on extremity adjusting and is passionate about educating healthcare physicians. Dr. Illes currently serves as an associate professor at Keiser University’s College of Chiropractic Medicine in West Palm Beach, FL.



Overall:      4.5

Total Reviews: 288


Ira C - Niles, Illinois


Steven G - Freeport, Illinois


Tara G - Oak Park, Illinois

"The sound of the in-lay videos was not audible. I found the speaker to be the most insightful of the ones Ive completed through ICS so far; I appreciated her concise and thorough review. "

Petrina J - Hazel Crest, Illinois


Gary S - Macomb, Illinois

"no comments"

Matt G - Clinton, Illinois


Christopher K - Naperville, Illinois


Alicia V - Algonquin, Illinois


Anthony S - St Charles, Illinois


Ronald K - Glen Ellyn, Illinois

"Very good presentation and addressing adjustment protocols."