Treating the Rotational Athlete: From Injury to Peak Performance

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Dr Lisa Thomson has worked w professional athletes from MLB to the PGA. In this webinar you will learn some of the most impactful ways to improve functional limitations in your rotational athlete population. You will be taught key assessments to utilize to identify potential limitations in patient’s movement proficiency…and better understand the joint-by-joint theory and how it can be used to get better outcomes when treating athletes. Register now! You won’t want to miss this impactful info to help your patients and help you get better outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the joint-by-joint theory and how it relates to athletes.
  • Overview regional interdependence and upper/lower cross syndrome.
  • Discuss the team approach to patient care.
  • Demonstrate biomechanical assessments for rotational athletes.
  • Demonstrate considerations when treating athletes with low back pain.
  • Explain tips for taking the rehabilitated athlete to the next level.
  • Discuss strategies for Improving longevity, power, efficiency, and performance as it relates to treating active patients.

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Discuss joint-by-joint theory and regional independence (upper/lower cross syndrome – 15 min
Explain the team approach to patient care  – 10 min
Demonstrate biomechanical assessments of rotational athletes – 10 min
Demonstrate considerations when treating athletes with low back pain – 10 min
Offer tips for taking rehabilitated athletes to the next level and discuss strategies for improving longevity, power, efficiency, and performance for active patients – 15 min

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Course Instructor

Lisa Thomson, DC Lisa Thomson, DC

Dr. Thomson has over a decade of clinical experience and is an accomplished chiropractor, leader, speaker and businesswoman. In addition to her successful practice, Dr. Thomson is also a board member for the California Chiropractic Association, Associate Faculty at Southern California University of Health Sciences and a writer for Help What Hurts. As an athlete and an avid sports fan, Dr. Thomson is passionate about treating athletes and improving sports performance. She is TPI Level 1 and Medical Level 2 certified and is also certified through OnBaseU Hitting and Pitching, Racquetfit, FMS, FCS, SFMA level 1 and 2 and Functional Medicine University. Dr. Thomson lives in Whittier, California with her husband, Sean and her 2 kids, Joseph and Cora. She enjoys reading, running, spending time with family and donating her time and talents to local businesses and organizations.

Treating the Rotational Athlete: From Injury to Peak Performance