This 12-hour course will provide the Doctor of Chiropractic with current information and practical skills relating
to the chiropractic assessment and management of athletes and the patient with extremity sports injuries.
The presentation emphasizes the psychomotor skills required to perform physical examinations, and related
adjustive techniques for sports related extremity conditions and didactic synthesis of case studies. The course
emphasizes and utilizes case studies and hands-on-learning of the techniques used with commonly
encountered conditions in the athletic population. Specific topics include the cardiac examination special
populations in sport, examination of the athlete with concussion, shoulder instability, knee traumas, ankle
trauma sprain, compartment syndromes, hip injuries, elbow tendinopathies, and wrist and hand injuries.