CCSP I: The Spine, Concussion and Team Physician w/ D. Hancock, DC, DACBSP (March 10-11, 12.5hrs)

CCSP I: Learn to serve athletes and athletic teams via evaluation and management of concussion and spinal injury; understanding of congenital conditions. 12.5 hours including 7 hours Category A Exam and 5.5 hours Category B.
PRICE

Start

March 10, 2018 - 8:30 am

End

March 11, 2018 - 12:00 pm

Address

LifeWest Campus: 25001 Industrial Blvd, Hayward, CA, 94545   View map

CCSP I: The Spine, Concussion and Team Physician

This Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP®) seminar is the first in a series of four at Life West, and part of a larger program to prepare for the CCSP exam.  It is open to all DCs as an individual seminar or part of the full series.

Overview:This 12.5 hour course will provide Doctors of Chiropractic with current information concerning the skills and knowledge required for a Doctor of chiropractic to serve athletes and athletic teams as well as in depth study of the evaluation and management of concussion and spinal injury in the athletic population.  Congenital conditions discussed include scoliosis, Scheuermann’s, spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, Marfan Syndrome, discopathy and stenosis.  The presentation will include case studies based on current literature sources.

Dates & Times

Saturday, March 10, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm

Sunday, March 11, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Life West, home of the Sports Performance Institute (SPI), is the place to advance in chiropractic sports medicine.

We are proud to partner with the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians and DConline to offer the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) seminar series. 

Register today for a seats in this exclusive series and set yourself ahead of the competition in your area. Seats are limited and first-come, first served. Don’t miss out!

Register today for Module I of the CCSP, or for the entire CCSP series at a discounted rate!

State Credits
California PENDING
Colorado No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Connecticut No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Delaware No Application Required*
12.5 hours
District of Columbia No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Georgia No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Hawaii PENDING
12.5 hours
Idaho No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Illinois No Application Required*
10 hours (60 minute hours)
Indiana No Application Required*
10 hours (60 minute hours)
Iowa No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Maryland No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Massachusetts No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Michigan No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Montana No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Nebraska No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Nevada  PENDING
Ohio No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Oregon No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Rhode Island No Application Required*
12.5 hours
South Carolina No Application Required*
10 hours (60 minute hours)
Utah No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Vermont No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Virginia No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Washington No Application Required*
12.5 hours
Wyoming No Application Required*
12.5 hours

*Some licensing boards do not require an application when a program is sponsored by an institution accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education.  Life Chiropractic College West cannot warrant that every session of this offering will be automatically accepted by these licensing board(s).  Life West urges licensees to familiarize themselves with the laws governing continuing education in the jurisdictions where they hold licensure.

Hour Topic
1 Concepts of working with athlete and in a sporting environment
2 Traumatic sports related brain injury; clinical presentations, patient management and emergency procedures.
3 Mild traumatic sports related brain injury; concussion defined, incidence, epidemiology, and discussion of concussion position statements.
4 The evaluation and management of sports related concussion using standardized concussion assessment tools including pediatric and adolescent patient populations.
5 Additional concussion management strategies including multiple disciplinary management and integrated approaches, return to play decisions and post concussive syndrome.
6 The epidemiology of spinal neurotrauma in the athletic population.
7 Radiographic findings and assessment techniques associated with spinal injury in sport.
8 Neurologic injury in sports; the evaluation and management; neurological injury including brachial plexus injury, central canal stenosis, spinal instability and cervical cord neuropraxia.
9 Case evaluation and management; including discopathy, spondylolisthesis, spondylolysis, Scheuermann Disease and scoliosis.
10 Case management skills, including return to play decision best practices for spinal injury and spinal malformations.
11 Case studies focusing on the synthesis of injury recognition and appropriate management of the athlete including the development of return to play criteria.
12 Case studies focusing on the synthesis of course materials to develop care plans and management techniques for head and spine injuries in sport.
13 (30 minutes) Case studies focusing on the synthesis of course materials to develop care plans and management techniques for head and spine injuries in sport continued.

Registration

  • Register for the full CCSP series to receive a 30% discount.  Series registration includes four Life West seminars plus 50 hours online coursework.
  • LCCW Students: LCCW students may take one CCSP seminar before graduation.

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Phone

(510) 780-4508

Email

conted@lifewest.edu

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