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Rehabilitation of the Spine and Extremities

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 1/18/2020 - 1/19/2020 Export event

     Diagnosis of injuries to the spine, upper extremities, and lower extremities
     Identify biomechanical, etiologic and training errors that cause injuries of the spine, upper extremity and lower extremity.
     How to do a regional evaluation of the injured area including Orthopedic testing (hands on)
     Develop a rehabilitation program based on stabilizing and reversing the cause of injuries to the spine, upper and lower extremities.
     Hands on workshop on teaching the principles and techniques of these rehabilitation programs
     Learn to develop practical, in-office rehab programs for your patients
    InstructorBrendan Murray, DC, DACBSP
    About the InstructorDr. Murray has been a Sports Injury Chiropractor for 20 plus years. He is a Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. He is the team doctor for the United States Weightlifting Team and Post Graduate faculty member Southern California University Health Sciences. Dr. Murray has also been a member of the medical team for USA Water Polo, AVP tour, Pro Surfing tour. He is a national speaker for the ACBSP Diplomate course for Sports Physicians specializing in Assessment and Rehabilitation of the Spine and Extremities. Dr. Murray has been a team physician for different high schools over those same 20 plus years. He is the owner of the Institute for Spine and Sports Care in Santa Monica CA. He can be reached at 310-998-5800
    Subject Breakdown 1. Diagnosis, etiology and biomechanics of Hip Impingement, labral tears, bursitis, and muscular strains. . 2. Orthopedic evaluation (hands on) and any special tests for diagnosis of these injuries. 3. Rehabilitation of these injuries from beginning to return to play protocols C. Etiology, Diagnosis, Biomechanics and Rehabilitation of common Knee injuries (2 hr) 1. Diagnosis, etiology and biomechanics of ACL, Meniscus, MCL, LCL, and Patellofemoral syndrome 2. Orthopedic evaluation (hands on) and special test for diagnosis of these injuries. 3. Rehabilitation and prevention strategies for these knee injuries taking patients from beginning to advanced rehabilitation. D. Etiology, Diagnosis, Biomechanics and Rehabilitation of Common ankle injuries (1.5hrs) 1. Diagnosis, etiology and Biomechanics of Syndesmotic injuries, Inversion, Eversion injuries, and Plantar Fascitis 2. Orthopedic evaluation (hands on) and any special testing 3 Rehabilitation and prevention strategies for these ankle injuries taking patients from beginning to advanced rehabilitation. E. Etiology, Diagnosis, Biomechanics and Rehabilitation of Common Shoulder injuries (2 hrs) 1. Diagnosis, etiology and Biomechanics of Labral tears, rotator cuff injuries, Impingement syndromes, Bursitis 2. Orthopedic evaluation (hands on) and any special testing 3. Rehabilitation and prevention strategies for these shoulder injuries taking patients from beginning to advanced rehabilitation. 4. Review throwing mechanics and programs for throwers F. Etiology, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of Common Injuries to the Cervical spine and concussions impact on the neck (2 hr) 1. Diagnosis, etiology and Biomechanics Cervical disc, facet syndromes, Myelopathy injuries, concussions influence on the cervical spine 2. Orthopedic evaluation (hands on) and any special testing 3. When are these injuries stable enough to begin a rehabilitation program. 4. How to perform beginning rehabilitation to advanced return to play protocols G. Etiology, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of Common Injuries of the Elbow (1hours) 1. Diagnosis, etiology and Biomechanics of Little League elbow, UCL injuries, medial and lateral epicondylitis 2. Orthopedic evaluation (hands on) and any special testing 3. Rehabilitation and prevention strategies for these elbow injuries
    Total Credits12.50
    FormatIn person - Live
    • PACE Provider: DConline
    • Course ID: 7592
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