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The following States are Pending Approval of PACE for Chiropractors. The licensed Doctor of Chiropractic shall be responsible for verifying the board requirements for license renewal. Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming
Join us as we raise the bar in continuing education by getting some of the best minds in movement together for a weekend of collaboration and integration. Take in lectures from each of our amazing presenters on principles and strategies that make up a well-rounded R2P practitioner/coach and engage in real time demonstrations of patient/client flow to showcase how to ‘put it all together’ to help the person in front of you aka. N=1. To top it off, participate in a discussion panel and Q&A…you won’t want to miss the knowledge shared!
WHAT ARE WE LEARNING?
Join us in an enlightening symposium tailored for chiropractic physicians, athletic trainers, and physical therapists, focusing on the complex world of treating the overhead athlete; whether that be the high school athlete, weekend warrior or professional athlete.
This session offers an in-depth look into full movement screening and delivers valuable data to not only market your office but also to establish crucial baseline measures for injury management. Master the fundamentals of team assessments and individual athlete care, right from initial screening to discharge protocols and a performance plan. With real-world examples and hands-on techniques, participants will walk away equipped with actionable insights into improving the performance and wellbeing of their athletes of all levels.
Join us in Learning Team Screening/Collaboration and Individual Athlete Care
- The importance of full movement screening during the initial assessment
- Preparing your team and setting up stations for a successful initial screening
- Tools and techniques for proper data collection during screens
- Understanding how to order the correct imaging for the injured overhead athlete
- Learning the assessment of overhead athletes from a biomechanical standpoint
- Using principles of DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization) to assess and treat successfully.
- Understanding the key diagnoses of the overhead athlete: UCL, Ulnar Nerve dysfunction, rotator cuff/shoulder pathology, etc.
- Integration of the hand and back into upper body training and restoring elasticity of the hand / wrist in throwing sports and overhead athletics.
- How to approach and build a mutually beneficial relations with teams and coaches
- Role definition and communication strategies when collaborating with Athletic Trainers
- How to communicate data interpretation and recommendations for client improvements.
- Milestones in Care: Identifying key recovery stages while implementing targeted therapies
- Functional Testing and Progression: From basic movement to special throw-specific tests while learning criteria for advancement
- Discharge Testing: Preparing the client for return to activity and proper communicating timelines to coaches/ medical staff.
Andrew Hauser MS, L/AT, RSCC, PRT
Andrew graduated from the University of Kansas with a B.S. in Athletic Training in 2008 and obtained a Masters degree in Performance Psychology in 2020. He has worked in a variety of roles in his 14 years of experience as an athletic trainer and strength coach, with his most recent role being the Director of Performance Rehab with the Los Angeles Dodgers during which time he was a part of their 2020 World Series team. Andrew’s passions lie in both the strength and medical aspects of sport, but also in professional development and education. Prior to moving to L.A., he served as the Director of Health & Performance for the Atlanta Braves where he oversaw medical and strength staff and was able to integrate departments both in the Major League and Minor Leagues all while continuing to develop and refine his and his colleagues’ skills. Andrew’s experience in sport extends beyond baseball. He has worked with a number of professional athletes in the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, MLS and track/field and has become a sought-after consultant and public speaker for professionals, teams and athletes nation-wide.
- Owner, Strength Coach, Athletic Trainer – Continuum High Performance, LLC
- Director of Performance Rehab, Assistant Athletic Trainer – Los Angeles Dodgers
- Director of Player Health and Performance – Atlanta Braves
- Medical Coordinator – AZ Diamondbacks
- Manual and Performance Coordinator – AZ Diamondbacks
- Athletic Trainer – Tampa Bay Rays
- Athletic Trainer – Therapy One Sports Medicine and PT
- Strength & Conditioning Coach – Philadelphia Phillies
Dr. Jason Hulme, DC
Dr. Hulme is most well known for cultivating an inclusive systematic approach to chiropractic care using multiple treatment styles starting with a solid foundational exam using the SFMA. He was most recently featured in Gray Cook’s 2022 book titled “The Business of Movement.” Dr. Hulme is an instructor for the SFMA, loves presenting at the MPI Sports Symposium, Parker Seminars and state associations. He has served as Medical Director for his local Half Marathon for over 7 years and is an appointed member of the Tennessee Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Dr. Brett Winchester, DC
Dr. Brett Winchester lectures throughout the world, teaching his functional approach to patient care. Combining manual therapy, including joint manipulation and neuromuscular stabilization, with therapeutic exercise, Dr. Winchester effectively treats functional pathologies and acts as a catalyst for patients working to enhance their performance.
Dr. Winchester is the founder of Winchester Spine & Sport located outside St. Louis, Missouri. His current and previous appointments include:
- Advanced biomechanics course instructor at Logan College of Chiropractic (2003-2020)
- Technique instructor at Logan College of Chiropractic (2003-2020)
- St. Louis Cardinals Team Chiropractor (2014-2018)
- Biomechanics instructor at Maryville University
- Instructor and board member for the Motion Palpation Institute
- Chiropractic Rehabilitation Diplomate instructor
- Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization instructor trained by Pavel Kolar
- Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) certified
- Gestalt Performance (owner)
- Gestalt Education (owner)
Dr. Winchester’s published research includes topics such as offering a multidisciplinary approach for treatment of the pregnant population and foot dysfunction. Various chiropractic journals have also featured Dr. Winchester for his patient-driven treatment model. He also has authored two chapters for textbooks.
Dr. Winchester enjoys treating professional and collegiate athletes and has gained a reputation for his sports medicine background. His expertise has placed him at the forefront of the ulnar collateral ligament rupture epidemic in professional baseball pitchers, providing insights into causation and effective treatment protocols. Dr. Winchester served as the chiropractor for the St. Louis Cardinals from 2014-2018 and still consults with various Major League Baseball and other professional teams and colleges. Still, his passion remains with diagnosing and treating the ailments of a diverse patient population with conservative-based protocols.