Category: Sports

Athletic Trainers and DCs

Athletic Trainers and DCs

I’ve recently seen some posts that concern me in chiropractic forums on social media. Largely the context of these posts is negative and often misinformed. Typically, the posts ridicule athletic trainers. In some cases, the critique is pointed toward a specific athletic trainer. Fair enough. Every profession has a spectrum of great to not-so-great. In other cases, the negative critique is pointed towards the profession at large. These posts are misinformed.

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The Overhead Athlete from Pain to Performance

The Overhead Athlete from Pain to Performance

Recently, I was asked to do a webinar for the ACA (American Chiropractic Association) on the UE (upper extremity). Upper extremity injuries and the throwing athlete are topics about which I’m well versed and passionate. It’s an area that I’m happy to humbly share what I know and admit what I don’t know. The model I used was taking the patient from pain and transitioning him or her into the realm of performance. I’d like to share some of what was discussed in the 2-part webinar, “The Overhead Athlete from Pain to Performance.”

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