Do Not Wait
Posted on Apr 14, 2016
Do not wait to complete your chiropractic continuing education.
Tonight, April 14th, from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time Dr. Dennis O'Hara will present "Sports Medicine 315: The Hip"
Topic: Sports Medicine 315: The Hip
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Dennis O’Hara DC DACBSP
Course Description: Sports Injuries of the Hip joint and surrounding areas. This presentation will emphasize the functional analysis of the Hip and its relationship to posture, spinal alignment and closed chain kinetics. This course will expand your sports chiropractic skill set while earning chiropractic CEU.
1.The anatomy of the Hip joint
2.The closed kinetic chain
3.Clinical Conditions and Considerations
1.The attendee will review the anatomy of the Hip and Pelvis.
2.The attendee will better understand the closed kinetic chain.
3.The attendee will consider the clinical conditions of the Hip.
4.The attendee will gain clinical insights pertinent to improving patient outcomes.
Dr. Dennis O’Hara was born and raised on Long Island, NY and was an athlete throughout his school years. He fell in love with chiropractic while being helped as a patient for numerous sports injuries. Dr. O’Hara graduated from National College of Chiropractic in April 1992. He has a B.S. in Human Biology, Doctorate in Chiropractic and is a Diplomate in Chiropractic Sports Medicine. Dr. O’Hara has been practicing for 23 years, his clinical emphasis focusing on Sports injuries, biomechanical correction and rehabilitation. He has worked with both amateur and professional athletes and was the chiropractic physician for the Washington DC United MLS soccer team from 1996-1998. Currently, Dr. O’Hara has been a ringside physician for amateur MMA since 2009 having worked hundreds of hours evaluating fighters before and after fights. His clinical focus is helping patients and athletes achieve their highest potential physically. His passions for chiropractic continues to thrive and his desire is to help educate other doctors of chiropractic realize the gift they have to offer the public.