Dorte Bladt is the founder of Switched-on Kids. Throughout her career as a chiropractor, Dorte has loved providing gentle chiropractic care for babies and children. However, it was out of personal experience with her daughter that she developed a passion for helping children with learning and behavioural challenges. Dorte realised she needed to know and do more for these kids. She spent countless hours over many years studying topics such as neurology, child development, brain stimulation, sensory-motor integration, nutrition, supplementation, teaching approaches and chiropractic techniques.
She currently runs a busy family practice in Newcastle, Australia, caring mainly for babies and children. She has a special interest in children with learning, attention, coordination and behavioural challenges.
Dr. Claudia Anrig has been in full-time practice for the past 30 years and is the founder of the first comprehensive pediatric program and community outreach, Peter Pan Potential.
She also personally mentors chiropractors with a dream of growing their family wellness practice in the Generations coaching program. She is the past president of the ICPA and the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society.
She received the Chiropractor of the Year Award for 1997 from the World Chiropractic Association, Fellow of the International Chiropractic Association (ICA) in 1997, and Distinguished Service from the ICA in 1998.
Dr. Anrig’s textbook, Pediatric Chiropractic, is the first of its kind and is the fastest selling textbook in chiropractic history. The highly anticipated Second Edition was published in late 2012.
Dr. Monika Buerger is the pioneer in the chiropractic profession when it comes to working with children that have Neurosensory and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. She currently has a private family practice in Ammon, Idaho that is dedicated to serving those with neurodevelopmental challenges, neurodegenerative disorders and chronic health issues.
Dr. Buerger lectures nationally and internationally on neurophysiology, functional neurology, functional biochemistry/nutrition and neurofunctional development.
She is the founder of the Intersect4kids and Intersect4Life programs, www.intersect4life.com, whose mission is: “To prevent disease in the unborn child, to promote proper neurodevelopment in the new born and to create a life of optimal health for all.” She combines the four key systems of the body: neuroimmune, neurogastric, neuroendocrine and neurosensory and their relationship to chiropractic care as well as the “3 M’s”, methylation, mitochondria and metabolism, in order to obtain optimal physical and mental health with all patients.
Janine has always been passionate about paediatric care and while finishing her Doctor of Chiropractic at CMCC, she completed a diplomate from the ICPA.
After moving from Canada to Australia, she has run successful practices in rural and remote locations, using her skills to serve a diverse and often underserviced population. In addition, she is a Craniopath and has completed a diplomate in Neuro-developmental Chiropractic Paediatrics.
She is the current secretary of the SOTO-Australasia National Board, and has been a part of the SOT educating team in Australia since 2010. This year she has been integral in organizing and teaching SOT in Canada.
She is the inaugural winner of the SOT- Australasia Shaun Cashman award in 2017.
Janine has been a driving force behind several paediatric initiatives in her 12 years of practice, with The Kids Summit being her first event to share her expertise.
Martin G. Rosen, DC, is a 1981 summa cum laude graduate of Life Chiropractic College. He lives and practices with his wife Nancy Watson, D.C and his daughter Erin Rosen, D.C. in Wellesley, Massachusetts. His other daughter, Emily Rosen is the Chief Operating Office of the Institute for The Psychology of Eating.
Dr. Rosen taught his first chiropractic seminar in 1979 and has been teaching SOT® Chiropractic, Pediatrics, Cranial Adjusting, Chiropractic Philosophy and Practice Management nationally and internationally ever since.
For over 33 years, he has been at the forefront of chiropractic pediatric and specifically pediatric craniopathy. He has written multiple books and research studies as well as run a successful family chiropractic practice. Dr. Rosen has dedicated his life and inspired thousands of others in the pursuit of excellence in the application in the art and science of chiropractic.
Joyce Miller is paediatrics and evidence based clinical chiropractic lecturer at AECC with over 25 years private practice experience. An Associate Professor, she pioneered the busy infant and child practice in the teaching clinic 19 years ago at AECC and is currently pathway leader of Bournemouth University’s MSc Programme in Advanced Professional Practice of Paediatric Musculoskeletal Health.
She is a busy researcher and has authored more than 40 articles published in peer reviewed journals and conducted over 150 seminars world-wide. She is a certified Brazelton neonate examiner, awarded from Cambridge University and a diplomat of the Royal College Paediatrics and Child Health Nutrition Programme and a fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors. Along with Bournemouth University’s midwifery team from the School of Health and Social Care, in 2013 has developed an AECC-BU feeding clinic overseen by the AECC clinic and housed in Cavendish House.
This is an inter-disciplinary clinic where midwives and chiropractors (and students) manage difficult feeding cases together and learn together. She specialises in the musculoskeletal health of neonates and infants and earned her PhD in 2013.
Steve Williams graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in 1987 and has practiced in the United Kingdom since then. He has an abiding interest in SOT and Chiropractic Paediatrics. He is a board-certified Craniopath and a Fellow of the International Craniopathic Society. He has lectured extensively in Paediatrics, Sacro Occipital technique and Craniopathy in the United Kingdom, Europe, United States and Australia. Along with Dr Joyce Miller, he developed the MSc in Calibrated Paediatrics at the AECC and is a past President of SOTO Europe and SOTO International, as well as author of “Pregnancy and Paediatrics – A Chiropractic Approach”.
Dr Williams runs a family based practice in Southampton.