THIS COURSE IS VALID TOWARDS CCSP CREDENTIALING WITH THE ACBSP
How to develop a sports practice – tips and strategies for the chiropractic practice. The role of the chiropractic sports practitioner in the sports healthcare team – discuss articles about chiropractors who have succeeded in professional and Olympic sports and their experiences and recommendations to chiropractors. Philosophical considerations of treating athletes – discuss and review ethical dilemmas a chiropractor may face in practice treating athletes. Experience and practical applications will be discussed.
Part 2: A basic introduction into golf terminology and technique to aid in communication between golfer, clinician and instructor. Correlation is then made between the phases of the golf swing and structural demands on the body. Information necessary for early stage clinical assessment as it relates to golf injuries.
The objective is to provide a base knowledge for the clinician to address golf injuries with the golfer and his/her instructor. Understanding phases of the golf swing and correlating movements with muscle and joint demands on the body will provide the clinician with the initial expertise required to treat golf injuries.
To obtain the required 100-hours for CCSP application eligibility you must complete all 100-hours and may not repeat course titles / content to count toward the 100-hours.
Live synchronous courses are continually being scheduled and rotated throughout the year.
All registrations are for individual courses and are not available for bundling.
ACBSP CCSP guidelines state it is a postgraduate course.
A chiropractic student may only take up to 10% of the program prior to graduation.
Additional information including CCSP eligibility regulations, exam requirements, handbook, required readings, and more visit https://www.acbsp.com/ccsp/
American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physician contact information:
(844) 327-2255 or (888) 358-2088; firstname.lastname@example.org; https://acbsp.com/