Chiropractic Sports Injuries (CCSP) Hands-on - Emergency Procedures & Taping for the Sports Chiropractor
Join us for an informative 15-hour session that will cover emergency procedure and taping needs for a sports chiropractor. The main focus will be managing athletes in acute injuries on the sideline as well as taping of the upper extremity, lower extremity and the spine. Here is an overview of the course. Your tuition includes a taping kit.
Hour 1: Introduction to the course. Review the history of sideline care and providers (trainer/ATC, DC, PT). Sideline clinician vs. office clinician. Responsibilities to the player, team, coach, parent. Who are you responsible for? Care team styles (sole provider, chief medical officer, team member). Review and understand the initial assessment, approach to athletes, assessment and care decision.
Hour 2-3: Concussion. Lecture: Sideline monitoring; ImPact. Hands on: Modified SCAT 5 & King Devick.
Hour 4: Fascial injuries. Lecture and Demo of application of supplies.
Hour 5: Spine Boarding. Lecture and prep, Hands on Practical.
Hour 6: Lectures Upper/Lower Extremity. Hands on: Splinting and Blood Management
Hour 7: Lecture Mass Casualty, Weather, Shooter, and Vehicle Accident.
Hour 8: Introduction to Taping
Hour 9: Taping of finger, hand, wrist
Hour 10: Taping of Shoulder, Hip, Knee
Hour 11: Taping of Foot, Ankle, low back
Hour 12: Kinesiology Taping: Upper Extremity
Hour 13: Kinesiology Taping: Lower Extremity
Hour 14: Dynamic Taping: Upper Extremity
Hour 15: Dynamic Taping Lower Extremity