Elite researchers and academics from around the world will present their latest publications. “Hands-on” workshops will be offered to freshen-up the skills of the attending Drs of Chiropractic, while round-table discussions will also be available.
The social program of the congress includes the welcome reception and opening ceremony, the speakers’ dinner, a selection of optional half-day tours of Athens and the Acropolis, Cape Sounion and the Temple of Poseidon, as well as full-day excursions at the ancient oracle of Delphi, Mycenae, the ancient theater of Epidaurus, and the ever-popular greek islands.
The social program peaks with the “Greek Night”, where the delegates will have a chance to taste fine greek food, watch professional greek dancers perform in traditional costumes … and perhaps learn how to dance a proper syrtaki. The “Greek Night” will take place at the Vorres Museum, which houses exhibitions of both folk and modern art.
Delegates from all over the world are expected to attend the convention’s academic and social programs. A large number of chiropractors from countries such as Canada, Switzerland, the United States and the United Kingdom have already registered, while over fifty chiropractic students are also expected to attend.
The Hellenic Chiropractors’ Association welcomes the entire chiropractic world and promises that the delegates will experience a congress full of chiropractic, wrapped with the world-famous Greek hospitality.
For more information regarding the academic and social programs, registration and more, please visit the official webpage of the 2015 WFC congress.