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Kinetics of Locomotion for Performance of the Athlete


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Topics:
Clinical |  Sports
Faculty:
Dr. Christine Foss, DC
Duration:
1 Hour



Description

Dr. Foss will take the participants on a journey into the movement patterns of the athlete.  Discussion as to the kinetic chain, the fault patterns that lead to injury, and how to make the corrections as we strive to achieve optimal performance of the athlete.  Working through case studies as the learner develops the skill and precision to perform the movement, gait, and functional evaluation of patients.

This course was originally presented by Dr. Foss on June 8, 2021, and sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc. 

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Dr. Christine Foss has a Masters degree in Sports Medicine (MSEd) from Old Dominion University, a Doctorate in Chiropractic (DC) from New York Chiropractic College and a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Health Sciences. She is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP), a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), holds an International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) and is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP).


Reviews

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Overall:      4.4

Total Reviews: 80

Comments

Leon W - Des Plaines, Illinois

"Good presemtation"

Todd A - Virden, Illinois

"Great info on Hip Exam especially!"

John W - Northbrook, Illinois

"Great topic that was presented well!"

Thomas H - Glendale Heights, Illinois

"none"

Kenneth P - Kankakee, Illinois

"No"

Elaine W - Evanston, Illinois

"I was very impressed by this excellent webinar. would love to study with her again."

Joshua L - Wheaton, Illinois

"Well prepared presentation."

Leon W - Des Plaines, Illinois

"very informative"

Leon W - Des Plaines, Illinois

"good one"

Ryan R - Deerfield, Illinois

"Excellent anatomy lesson on gait. And movement. "

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