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An Update on Shoulder Diagnosis & Management
Saturday, May 21
8:00am-10:00am

SPEAKER: Erica Witter-Davis DC, DACBSP, CSCS

Sponsored by F4CP

This presentation is focused on the diagnosis and management of the shoulder based on current literature. This is designed to compare literature from 2015 on how to manage shoulder injuries to what is considered more accurate for today’s standards. We will discuss and uncover the benefits of injections, the accuracy of orthopedic tests and the benefits of therapeutic exercises.

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Psychosocial Approach to Vibration Therapy
Saturday, May 21
8:00am-10:00am

SPEAKER: Steve Capobianco DC, MA, DACRB, PES

Sponsored by: RockTape

This lecture and workshop amalgamate manual therapy and vibration science to create simple and effective non-opioid, neuro musculoskeletal (NMSK) treatment and self-care programs for the manual and movement therapist as well as the athlete. NMSK injuries are one of the leading causes of disability in the United States.

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Movement as Medicine
Saturday, May 21
10:30am-12:30pm

SPEAKER: Liz Moos DC, MS, DACBSP, ICSC

This course will address how sport chiropractors can help patients meet the physical activity guidelines and improve health outcomes. We will look at what the physical activity guidelines are and the research behind the guidelines. We will also discuss ways to help patients reach the physical activity guidelines.

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Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization – Application to Sport Performance & Rehabilitation
Saturday, May 21
10:30am-12:30pm

SPEAKER: Michael Rintala DC

Dr. Rintala will be presenting and workshopping Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) concepts and principles.

* DNS is based on the scientific principles of developmental kinesiology (DK) i.e., the neurophysiological aspects of the maturing locomotor system, which describes in detail motor development of the child. This knowledge shows how physiological movement and motor patterns start and how to facilitate and reproduce them in order to enhance performance and avoid injury

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Sport Psychology: Athlete Mental Health and Optimal Performance
Saturday May 21
1:30pm-3:30pm

SPEAKER: Benjamin Strack PhD

We are facing unprecedented mental health crises among people of all ages. Two out of five adults report symptoms of anxiety or depression. Even before the pandemic, rates of depression and anxiety were climbing. Over 50% of parents worry over their children’s mental and emotional well-being. We’ve seen breakthroughs in awareness with disclosures from top athletes about their mental struggles and the pressures they face on the world stage.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER: The Body Sport Connection
Saturday, May 21
4:00pm-6:00pm

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Greg Rose DC

This presentation will address how movement screening can be used to manage patient health and wellness, but also be used to predict athletic performance.  By using sport-specific movement screens, a practitioner can now start to understand why athletes move the way they move.  Dr. Rose will highlight some of the simple screens all chiropractors can utilize in their office and show how they translate into athletic performance.

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Fascial Remedies for the Chiropractic Practice
Sunday, May 22
8:00am-10:00am

SPEAKER: Jeffrey Tucker DC, DACRB

Sponsored by: Zimmer MedizinSystems

In this lecture/workshop participants will learn how Dr. Jeffrey Tucker has evolved his practice of treating fascial dysfunction, while using modern technology modalities (shockwave, laser, TECAR, LymphaTouch, PEMF, etc.), biohacking, nutrients, soft tissue therapy, manipulation, and of course exercise to impact healing, body composition, and performance.

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Tape, Tools & Balls
Sunday, May 22
10:30am-12:30pm

SPEAKER: Richard Cheung DC, ATC

If you have a chair, some tape, a Chinese soup spoon you can do some rehab for your patients!  During this workshop Dr. Cheung will go over treatment protocols for the shoulder, elbow, knee, ankle and spine. Participants will walk away with some clinical perils for Monday clinic. So have your coffee and notebook ready to go!