Building a Bulletproof Back Rehab Program Into Your Practice: Part 2
Recorded On: 03/07/2019
This course provides comprehensive, practical instruction on how to introduce a simple, effective, evidence-informed low-back rehab program into any doctor’s practice, with little to no equipment needed. The course focuses on the key elements of any effective treatment protocol, including: how to take an airtight patient history, streamline your physical and orthopedic exam, prescribe a powerful treatment plan, gauge patient progress, and teach your patients how to maintain their results. This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to enable the busy clinician to build an effective low-tech/no-tech rehab protocol into their practice, or streamline their existing one.
Part 2 of this 2-part course will discuss how chiropractors can build an effective low-tech/no-tech rehab protocol into their practice by applying simple treatment tactics, using five clinical tools: spinal manipulation, stretches, massage/foam rolling, exercise & lifestyle modification. Upon completion of this course, registrants will also be able to create and explain return-to-work/return-to-play (RTP) guidelines for each patient that are safe, speedy and easy to understand.
Part 2 Learning Objectives:
1) Applying simple treatment tactics, using five clinical tools: spinal manipulation, stretches, massage/foam rolling, exercise & lifestyle modification.
2) Creating and explaining return-to-work/return-to-play (RTP) guidelines for each patient that is safe, speedy and easy to understand.
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Daniel P. Bockmann
Austin Spine and Sport
Dr. Bockmann has been in private practice for 19 years, and owns a sports medicine and rehab clinic in Austin, TX, where he provides pre-and post-surgical rehab for spine and extremity conditions. He holds both a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree, and a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Human Biology. Dr. Bockmann is a member of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council (ACASC), American Chiropractic Association (ACA), and the Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA). He has qualified as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
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