Introduction to a comprehensive shoulder evaluation. Through evaluation, ROM, Orthopedic testing and Manual Muscle Tests will be demonstrated to assist in the specific shoulder diagnoses commonly seen in a chiropractic office.
Based on certain diagnoses, I will demonstrate the specific evaluations tests that will be positive or negative. The seminar will start the process of demonstrating through these positive results which therapies are most appropriate and effective.
Finally, a brief introduction to the soft tissue, rehab, and taping therapies will be demonstrated for a single diagnosis.
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A Chiropractor from Cliffside Park, NJ. He graduated from Rutgers University with a BS in Biology, and is a graduate from New York Chiropractic College. He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and has lectured nationally and internationally on topics of Sports Medicine, Rehab, Taping and soft tissue procedures.
He is the developer of Functional Taping for MSK Injuries (FTMI), the developer of Functional Soft Tissue (FST), the co-developer of FAKTR, a former instructor for SpiderTech taping, HawkGrips, Graston Technique and the Council on Chiropractic and Extremity Procedures. He has done lectures at the Plymouth Hospital in MA, Women’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Mt. Sinai hospital in NY, US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Penn State University, University of Colorado and internationally in India at RECOUP Hospital, Colombia at the Central American Sports Medicine Congress, Feevale University in Brazil, Mexico, Salford University in England and at AECC in England. In total, Dr. Doerr has lectured on 6 continents and 32 of the US states over the last 22 years on topics of soft tissue, taping and rehabilitation.
Dr. Doerr has worked with sports teams at all levels with high points including the University of Colorado, Penn State, the Washington Redskins, AVP Pro Volleyball Tour, The Gold Cup International Soccer, US Track and Field Championships and the Central American Games.