Assessing and Addressing Rotational Athletes: The Keys to Success – Webinar Recording

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****This webinar is intended for Healthcare Professionals Only.

This presentation discusses the importance of the team approach when treating athletes. With constant communication between the team of professionals building a better athlete, patient results and satisfaction tremendously increase. It is important that this team not only communicates often, but is also speaking the same language. This team should include professionals such as coaches, orthopedists, strength and conditioning coaches, etc.

This presentation addresses some of the most important movement patterns for athletic performance. Whether it is decreased performance or increased risk of injury, when there is dysfunction noted in these patterns – something bad will happen. This presentation will provide practitioners and students tools to immediately be able to better assess and treat their patients.

After viewing the 1 hour webinar, the participant will be able to:

  • Understanding the importance of the team approach (DC / PT / MD / Coach, etc.).
  • Overview of the joint by joint approach and regional interdependence.
  • Important movement patterns for athletic performance.
  • Assessments and ways to identify potential problematic movement dysfunction in athletes.

About the Presenter:

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.

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