Instructor: Lotte Langhoff
|Biography: Lotte Langhoff became co-owner of the Chiropractors Ringsted after having been employed at a private clinic for several years. Copenhagen. Lotte's specialty area is the treatment of patients with sports injuries. Lotte also has extensive experience and extensive training in diagnostic ultrasound scanning and is also employed at the Radiological Department at Næstved Hospital.Lotte has worked as a sports chiropractor at many national and international sporting events - eg. World Games 2005, 2009, 2013 and 2017 as well as div. national and international championships etc. in eg. underwater rugby, fencing, karate and kick boxing as well as DGI landstævne et al. Served as FICS team leader at CSIT World Sports Games June 2015 in Lignano. Italy and in 2017 in Riga, Lithuania. Was in 2017 part of the jiu-jitsu team for Asian Martial Art Games in Turkmenistan.Lotte is bitten by an adventurous globetrotter and has, over time, been on expedition over the Inland Ice, driven off-road in Oman's desert and mountains, been hiking and kayaking trips in Borneo's jungle, crossed glacier in the Himalayas, climbed volcanoes in Guatemala, climbed in the Alps, dived with sharks in South Africa and lived with martial arts monks in Korea. She has also chosen intensive disciplines within the sports world with approx. 20 years on the national team in underwater rugby and a number of years with kickboxing on high level.|
Classes by this instructor
Chiropractic Sports Injuries (CCSP) #2 of 9: Professional Boundaries in Sport, Integrity in Sport and the Sports Medicine Team
The purpose of this course is to provide doctors of chiropractic with training regarding professional boundaries and ethics in sports chiropractic, integrity in sport policy as adopted by the IOC and FICS, and the sports medicine team. 3 CE hours (includes 1 professional boundaries). Online classes are available for 365 days from date of purchase. CE credit (if applicable) is earned in the calendar year the course is completed.