Secrets of a Successful Professional Practice for Chiropractors

Adler Giersch in partnership with the Washington State Chiropractic Association is delighted to offer a unique and essential course designed for chiropractors in their first years of practice (others are welcome). The seminar, “Secrets of a Successful Professional Practice for Today’s Chiropractor” will be held on Thursday October 27, 2022, at the Embassy Suites in Bellevue from 12:30-6:00pm with a total of 5.5 CE Credits.  A reception with apps and networking along with a raffle hosted by WSCA will follow the seminar.

Highly successful chiropractors will share their experiences, both successes and disappointments, in building a thriving practice that honors patient needs and professional growth. The attorneys of Adler Giersch will also provide information-rich and cutting-edge practice tips to stay on top of ever-shifting medical-legal-insurance issues impacting your practice.
Topics include:
  • Secrets of a Successful Practice from Successful and Committed Chiropractors
  • Managing Debt
  • Payment for Your Professional Services from Record Duplication and Narrative Reports to Attorney Consults and Testifying at Deposition and Trial
  • Personal Injury Cases. Best Practices: Who Pays and When?
  • Documentation: Effective and Best Practices for Getting Paid
  • Secrets of a Successful Professional Practice from Seattle Business Magazine’s Most Awarded Top Business.
The session will be followed by bites, beverages, networking, and more. Special raffle prizes at the end. Parking is complimentary to all seminar attendees. The cost of this 5.5 CE Hour Seminar is only $49.
Adler Giersch will donate 100% of all registration fees to the chiropractic profession. Space is limited. This session will fill up quickly, so reserve your spot now.



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Event Details

Date: October 27, 2022

Start time: 12:30 p.m.

End time: 06:00 p.m.

Venue: Embassy Suites - Bellevue



Richard H. Adler, JD

Mr. Adler is the founding principal of Adler Giersch. Excellence in advocacy for his clients and protecting their access to treatment led to his selection as a SuperLawyer™ by his attorney peers. He's a frequent lecturer and author of several publications on medical-legal-insurance matters.

Arthur D. Leritz, JD

It was through his representation of at-fault defendants and insurance companies for over 11 years in a wide variety of complex personal injury litigation that Arthur Leritz realized his true calling was to join Adler Giersch to advocate and protect those with traumatic injuries.

David Butters, DC

Dr. Butters is a 1973 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. He is the founder and owner of Rainier Valley Chiropractic, P.S., which he established in 1977. His 40 plus years of active chiropractic practice have involved all aspects of Chiropractic care, including auto accident, on the job injury, as well as general acute, corrective and preventative maintenance care for adults and children.  Dr. Butters is a member of the WSCA and currently serves as the association's Legislative Director. He also serves as chairman of the Washington State Chiropractic Trust; Washington State’s chiropractic political action committee. He is a member and Fellow of the International Chiropractor’s Association.

Diane Sherwood-Palmer, DC

Diane Sherwood-Palmer, DC has been a practitioner almost 40 years. She is from a chiropractic family. Her parents, Drs. Jeannette and Vernon Sherwood were well known in the Seattle area. All her siblings are doctors— Drs. Kurt, Mark and Sheri Sherwood. Dr. Diane has been on the board of the Washington State Chiropractic Association for many years, and is a past president.

Kimberly Palmer-Yee, DC

Dr. Palmer-Yee has been practicing at Twin Lakes Chiropractic in Federal Way since 2005. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta and her Doctor of Chiropractic from Western States Chiropractic College. Her practice philosophy emphasizes chiropractic healthcare for women during pregnancy and childbirth, as well as chiropractic care for infants and children. She is also a certified yoga instructor, a skill she uses to teach her students the importance of good body mechanics and the benefits of a strong spine and core. She is a longtime member of the WSCA and is the association’s current president.