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Tuesday Meditation Workshop will be held this Tuesday, September 16th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at 
Bill Spady's home, 503 Oro Grande, Dillon
At this workshop we will experience three meditations,Toning, Angels and  Mystical Experiences
We will also discuss the subject of Balancing life in the shift ahead.

Directions: Take route 9 south towards Keystone from Silverthorne, when you come to the Eagle by Lake Dillon, turn left on Elkorn and follow to the "T" in the road, then turn left again and go to the dead end circle. Bill's house is up on the right, go through the garage door on right side.

 

Free Neuro-Movement Workshop
Saturday, October 25, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
with David Singleton
Use Movement to Help Your Child Be Smarter. This two-hour workshop will explain how movement is essential to a child’s development, show how movement can be used to help your child reach his or her greatest potential and include a 40 to 60 minute experiential movement lesson
call David to register: (970) 389-6480    www.summitmovementcenter.com

 

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IVO F. WAERLOP D.C., DABCN, CCRP, CCSP, Lic Acp.

ivo.jpgDr Ivo is a 1986 summa cum laude graduate of the New York Chiropractic College. He received his post-graduate neurology diplomate from Logan Chiropractic College; he became board certified in 1990. Dr Ivo works with a broad base of patients including Olympic level, professional and paraprofessional running, skiing and cycling athletes. He is an adjunct faculty member with the Lincoln School of Post-Professional Education. He is engaged in publishing active research on cycling biomechanics and is involved in gait and lower extremity research.  He is a board certified Chiropractic Neurologist, Chiropractic Rehabilitation Physician and certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. He lectures nationally on foot-ankle and gait biomechanics in sports and now in advanced acupuncture techniques. He is co-author of the textbook, Pedographs and Gait Analysis: Clinical Applications and Pearls.

 

Additional Background

Dr Ivo F Waerlop  attended SUNY at Albany for his undergraduate work and graduated  from the New York Chiropractic College in 1986. He then joined the Core Science faculty at the college and taught anatomy and cadaver dissection as well as Gonstead and Diversified chiropractic techniques. It was at this time he conducted research performing a serial dissection of alar ligaments in cadavers and completed post graduate work in Sports Medicine, receiving his Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician certification.

Dr Ivo then moved to Gloucester, Massachusetts where he founded Gloucester Chiropractic and Rehabilitation, a medically referral based office complete with CYBEX lab. During his time in Massachusetts, he completed additional post graduate work in rehabilitation and was accepted into the chiropractic neurology program at Logan Chiropractic College in St Louis, Missouri. Here, he was one of the fortunate doctors who studied directly under Dr Ted Carrick, and after 3 years and passing his written and oral board examinations, was awarded his Diplomate in Neurology Degree in May of 1991. At this point in time, Dr Waerlop began his post graduate teaching career, 1st in rehabilitation and later in neurology, lecturing throughout the US and Canada.

In late 1996, Dr Ivo relocated to Summit County Colorado, continuing to teach on a post graduate level and began a private practice in Frisco at the CARE Health Group. He began teaching Anatomy and Physiology locally at the Colorado Mountain College, which he continues to do today. In 1999, he relocated to a larger facility in Silverthorne and founded Summit Chiropractic and Rehabilitation, PC, a rehabilitation and neurology referral based practice, with an emphasis on gait and movement analysis.

DSCF0056.JPGIn 2004, he became interested in acupuncture, largely because his 150 pound German Shepherd (Atlas) was epileptic, and a Veterinary Acupuncturist from Grand Junction (Dr Shalona McFarland) was able to help him control his seizures. Dr Ivo began his studies shortly thereafter and received his acupuncture license in the summer of 2005. He then studied neuromuscular acupuncture under Dr Yun Tao Ma and currently lecture with and is writing an acupuncture book with him.

In August of 2006, Dr John Asthlater joined the practice and the office was moved to our new facility in the Dillon Tech Center, in Dillon. In addition to injury, rehabilitative and preventative care, the new center offers the latest in cutting edge video motion analysis, an orthotic lab, electrodiagnostics, blood glucose and lipid analysis, lactate testing, training programs, expanded hours and many other services.

DSCF0072.JPGWhen Dr Ivo isn’t seeing patients or lectruring, he enjoys spending time tele skiing, hiking and 4 wheeling with his wife, local photographer Lisa Ortiz, Their son Vander and their dog, Pons. His hobbies include reading, music and cooking.