August 11, 2014 — The California Chiropractic Association will present a team of the most recognized and highly-revered chiropractic sports injury experts to educate, train, and enlighten doctors of chiropractic at the CCA Sports Symposium on September 5-7 at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa in Anaheim, California.
The latest research and case studies will highlight the effectiveness of specific strategies and challenges doctors face in diagnosing, managing, and preventing sports-related injuries.
This symposium will focus on chiropractic and sports, including nutrition and hydration, plus concussion protocols and proven rehab techniques. Sponsored by the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, the Athletic TIPS program will be presented on Saturday and Sunday.
Through a series of clinical case studies, panel discussions, hands-on workshops, and featured lectures, the symposium will address best practices and emerging trends in the diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and management of sport injuries.
Whether your wish is to expand your knowledge of or take your first shot at this clinical area, the symposium is for you. Network with colleagues and shop for the latest chiropractic supplies and services geared towards sports-injuries.
Mix work and play with two and half days of symposium content and break time for you to enjoy the “Happiest Place on Earth” with your family and friends. Only available to registered Sports Symposium attendees and their families: greatly discounted “Twilight” Disneyland Park tickets are available for purchase.
The Athletic TIPS will be presented by Kim Christensen, DC, DACRB, CCSP, and Ed Feinberg, DC, DACBSP.
Take a look at the Friday to Sunday line up:
- G. Douglas Anderson, DC, DACBSP, CCN — Former nutritionist for the Los Angeles Kings
- Steven Capobianco, DC, DACRB, CCSP — Co-developer and medical director for Rock Tape
- Peter MacKay, DC — Titleist Performance Institute, instructor
- Thomas Souza, DC — Dean of Academic Affairs at Palmer Chiropractic College’s West Campus, authored Differential Diagnosis and Management for the Chiropractor: Protocols and Algorithms
- Anthony Wall, MS — American Council on Exercise, director of professional education
- Tony Kearns, DC — Director of sports medicine, St. Mary’s College
- Hector RiveraMelo, DC, DACBR — Director of the Center for Diagnostic Imaging, SCUHS
To register or see a full schedule, go to http://www.f4cp.com/hosted/caa-sports/8-7-14/files/SportsSymposiumFlyerFINAL_0.pdf