Denver, CO, May 4th, 2024.
Dr. Don and Brandi MacDonald Present the MacDonald Safety Corridor Protocol level 1,
Only 7 more spots left
"This one-day event is designed to help Chiropractors implement principles of the Polyvagal Theory into their Chiropractic adjusting.
Saturday, May 4th- MacDonald Safety Corridor Protocol Level 1
7 spots left!
Chiropractors, join us and delve deep into the world of neurologically focused chiropractic approaches that seamlessly integrate with principled chiropractic assessments and adjusting to promote nervous system regulation.
Exclusive to Chiropractors
"This incredible protocol aligns perfectly with a principled approach, adaptable to any technique and enhanced by the intricate polyvagal approach – a symphony of physiology and anatomy."
"Navigate the nuances of the nervous system, understand the intricacies of its threat/defensive dynamics, and guide it to a state of harmonious ease. This does not take much more time than your current adjusting."
- The "MacDonald Safety Corridor Protocol" seminar is for chiropractors looking to utilize learnings from the polyvagal theory in their practice.
- This cutting-edge seminar provides a framework for understanding how the nervous system functions in states of safety and threat and how to adjust in presence and intent as an enhancement to simply following predetermined indicators.
- The critical priority checking and adjusting of occiput and sphenoid in assessing the state of "The social engagement system."
- Assessing and adjusting the upper six ribs. Focus on the first rib and its relationship to the Ventral vagal complex and the "threat" response.
- Assessing and adjusting the Lower six ribs, focusing on the diaphragm, viscera, and its relationship to the dorsal vagal complex.
- Adding ques of safety into your adjusting protocol to enhance your current Chiropractic adjusting technique.
|8:30 AM- OPEN AND INTRODUCTIONS
|9:00-10:30- Introduction to PolyVagal and Applications for Chiropractic
|10:45-12:00- Clinical applications of polyvagal. Changing the Lens, we view people through
|12:00 PM-1:15 PM- LUNCH ON OWN. THERE ARE SEVERAL LUNCH PLACES WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE FROM THE CLINIC
|1:15-2:30- Adjusting concepts covered- INTRODUCTION TO THE 5 LOCKS OF THE-“The MacDonald Safety Corridor”- PRIORITY SEQUENCES- occiput
|4:30 PM- CLOSE
Dr. Emir Lervy, Ireland
I would say it’s a more in-depth way of assessing and adjusting - using modified adjustments which will enhance the ones we already use in practice. I believe if more of us adjust like this we will have a much more relaxed community
Dr. Tanya Chambers, Canada
This is an excellent protocol that works perfectly in line with a principled Chiropractic approach to assessing the spine and nervous system. The enhancements of this protocol can apply to any technique, and the intertwined polyvagal approach makes sense - physiologically and anatomically. This is one of the most patient-centered approach I’ve seen.
Dr. Sharon Dongarra, USA
What an incredible weekend! Learning, hands-on mentorship, and community. It doesn't get any better. I do not doubt that I'm a better chiropractor after this experience. Thank you to the MacDonalds, who consistently over-deliver.
Dr. Estelle Zauner Maughan, UK
Taking part in this protocol and learning how to put my adjustments together so my clients can integrate in a neurologically safer way is a game changer. My communication has changed, and my outcomes are improving. Every chiropractor should have an understanding of this in daily life and practice.
Dr. Matthew Bortolussi, Canada
The MacDonald Safety Corridor Protocol Level 1 Seminar provides an effective combination of teaching the concepts of polyvagal theory in relation to chiropractic, and then how those concepts can be applied clinically for better patient care. The teaching of groundwork understanding supports certainty while the practical skills help make it all happen in the real world.
Dr. Petrice Foxworthy, USA
This protocol allows the practitioner to really tune into their patient's body and nervous system, creating a felt sense of safety for the patient and, as a result, more ease for the patient.
The seminar will be at
Dr. Kevin Noffsinger's office, New Hope Family Chiropractic
15236 E Hampden Ave Aurora, CO 80014. Located about a 25-minute drive from Denver Airport.
Denver Airport Marriott at Gateway Park
16455 E. 40th Circle, Aurora, Colorado
This will be our host hotel close to the Denver airport.
For Saturday morning, Docs can team up for Uber over to New Hope Family Chiropractic, about a 15-minute drive. There are several lunch spots within walking distance from the Clinic.
We will use this hotel for our home base and social on Saturday night after the event.CLICK FOR HOTEL INFO