This course on Torticollis in Infants is designed to equip you with the latest evidence based knowledge and skill set to effectively assess, diagnose and manage Torticollis Infants in your practice. Allowing you to be able to effectively communicate timelines, protocols and home exercise to worried parents, which is key in getting the best out of these cases.
Gaining this type of understanding will set you apart as a trusted resource for parents by being able to providing solid interventions and the right advice at the right time
First lecture is FREE. No credit card details required.
Dr Mike Marinus
MScPaeds (UK) M.Tech (Chiro)
Dr Mike Marinus qualified with an M.Tech in Chiropractic from UJ in 2005 and is currently in private practice in Johannesburg. Family Practice and Paediatrics, in particular, have been special interests that have developed over the last ten years with Dr Marinus completing postgraduate Masters level study in the field of Paediatric Musculoskeletal Health at Bournemouth University.
He is also a founder member of the Paediatric Chiropractic Association of South Africa which was launched in 2016, with a view to improving paediatric education and clinical expertise. He also serves on the Gauteng Infant Mental Health Exco. Dr Marinus has written for many publications over the years on the subjects of: Colic, Reflux, interventions and Chiropractic treatment of Paediatrics. He has been featured on 702 taking Q and A sessions on the subject of Chiropractic Care as well as shows on various other radio stations. He has also been a recurring panellist on ETv’s Great Expectations show as well as Expresso on SABC3. He is currently the host of Connected Paediatrics podcast aimed at paediatric professionals as well as The Easy Baby Podcast with which seeks to make relevant information available to moms and dads as well as giving them practical tips for the first months of their baby’s life.
He has been instrumental in bringing out international lecturers to provide paediatric training to the chiropractic community.
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