How to Stay Injury Free During Pregnancy

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This is a Non CE Course
with a duration of 1 Hour(s)

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Lesson Plan

Through this webinar, you will learn to elevate your existing techniques and treatments for use with the prenatal patients who arguably need us the most! Topics will include common symptoms and therapies by trimester, typical treatment frequency, including goals for treatment and communication of musculoskeletal prenatal treatment. We will also cover mobility and strength training programs for each trimester that you can share with your patients immediately. Finally, we will discuss special considerations and clinical red flags to be aware of with with the prenatal population.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients

Objectives:

  • Discuss treatment Purpose, Goals & Frequency
  • Describe inn office techniques – Prevention & Injury Care
  • Demonstrate at home care – Stability, Mobility and Taping
  • Recall fitness recommendations
  • List Prenatal Red Flags

Duration: 53 minutes

Instructor


Lisa Goodman, DCLisa Goodman, DC

Dr. Lisa Goodman is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) and Certified Prenatal and Pediatric Chiropractor (CACCP). She is a CrossFit L1 and CrossFit Kids Certified Trainer. Dr. Goodman founded Washington Park Chiropractic in 2006 in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Goodman incorporates sports chiropractic techniques with prenatal and pediatric patients, she teaches mobility and taping classes locally, and is a contributor to DC Aligned. She is a committee member on the boards of the ACA Pediatrics Council and the ACA Sports Council. Areas of special interest include prenatal taping, instrument assisted soft tissue techniques, strength training, and pediatric fitness. Stay connected with Dr. Goodman on Instagram @washparkchiro or @lisakgoodman.

Prenatal Care by Trimester – How to Stay Injury Free During Pregnancy