GCSS AND GMI Present
The Extravaganza/Knee Chest

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Student sponsorships are being accepted from Doctors. Students should fill out the Registration sheet and docs looking to sponsor students can purchase student sponsorships from Paypal. Students should not pay unless they do not receive a sponsorship and will be notified a the registration table the day of. Sponsorships will be given out first come, first served unless specifically noted by the Doctor purchasing the sponsorship. If a student does not receive a sponsorship they will be responsible for the $75 registration fee at the door.


April 27 & 28, 2019

Location
Gonstead Clinic in Mt. Horeb, WI

GMI and GCSS team up to bring you a full weekend of seminar and learning. More Docs! More Students! More Pit Classes! More Gonstead!

Dates and Times
Saturday, April 27th
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Registration will begin at 8:00AM

Sunday, April 28th
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Approved CEUs:
TBA

No Prior Approval Required:
CO, CT, DC, IA, ID, IL, IN, MA, MT, NE, OH, UT, VA, WA

If you are from the following states please contact us 90 days beforehand so we may get CE approved: AK, AZ, WV.


The GMI Fundamentals course will not be available to be taken during the Extravaganza/Knee Chest Seminar. Please talk to your college's Gonstead Club President to familiarize yourself with the Gonstead Listing system and basic Methodology before attending the Extravaganza. Thank you.


Disclaimer:
Doctors in Canadian Provinces that plan on attending GMI Seminars Please email Dr. Ben Altmann at gonsteadmethodology@gmail.com at least 90 day prior to seminar so we may apply for CEU for you.

All our CEU is in the Technique Category.

Upcoming GMI Events:

Extremities
Mt. Horeb, WI
July 21-22

Cervical Chair - Mt. Horeb
Mt. Horeb, WI
Sept. 22-23

Cervical Chair - Sherman College
Boiling Springs, WI
Oct 20-21

Pelvic Bench
Parkview, IA
Nov. 10-11

Case Management
Parkview, IA
Jan. 26-27

Knee Chest/Extravaganza
Mt. Horeb, WI
April 27-28


Clarence Gonstead
(1898-1978)

Dr. Gonstead took chiropractic practice from back alley bone setting to an understandable bio-mechanical science. His life was dedicated to clinical competency.

With the adoption of the Gonstead technique by Palmer School of Chiropractic in the early 1960s, his technique assisted the profession in restoring chiropractic to its full-spine roots.

Dr. Clarence Gonstead