DAVENPORT, Iowa — Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, held its Homecoming festivities Aug. 8-10.
Continuing Education speakers spoke on subjects pertinent to chiropractic and the health field. Twenty-four hours of education were available in this three-day period. Subjects included topics on documentation, diagnosis, philosophy, neuroimmunology, nutrition, balance, pediatrics and clinical cases.
Dr. Alan Yepsen attended these classes to stay current on issues and developments in the health industry. Chiropractors in the state of Illinois are required to obtain 150 hours of CE in a three-year period. Sixty of these hours have to be Category 1, classroom hours.
Dr. Yepsen is a 1984 graduate of Wyanet High School, a 1987 graduate of Illinois Valley Community College and a 1990 graduate of Palmer College. He has practiced in Granville for the last the past 27 years.