03/15/2022 7-9 PM CT Athletic Injuries 307: Weight Lifting Injuries
March 15, 2022
March 15, 2022
* Central Time Zone
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Weight lifting is a form of exercise, type of rehabilitation and competitive sport that millions of athletes of all ages & both genders worldwide utilize. Strength, power, endurance and stamina are developed through weight training. Athletes and non-athletes incorporate resistance training to improve cardiovascular and musculoskeletal health and fitness. Weight lifting has a high potential for injury. This two-hour class covers common weight training injuries and the mechanism of how and why these injuries occur. Anatomy and physiology are described in detail. Procedures of a thorough evaluation and diagnosis are discussed. In-office chiropractic treatment techniques, patient education and rehabilitation tools are emphasized.
1) Detailed description of anatomy and physiology.
2) Diagnostic tools to increase knowledge of athletic injuries.
3) Clinical chiropractic applications to treat athletes and help them return to sport.
4) Patient education strategies for prevention and rehabilitation of resistance training injuries.
1) Improve knowledge of functional anatomy and physiology.
2) Enhance understanding of mechanism of weight training injuries.
3) Heighten in-office diagnostic and chiropractic treatment skills.
4) Application of strategies return to sport, prevent recurrence and rehabilitate injuries.
Donald A. Ozello, DC graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1995. He is the owner and treating doctor at Championship Chiropractic in Las Vegas, Nevada. His mission is to educate and inspire others to live healthier, fitter, more functional lives. He has a family practice but his passion is treating sports injuries.
Dr. Donald A. Ozello is the author of “Running: Maximize Performance & Minimize Injuries.” He is published in The Las Vegas Informer, OnFitness Magazine, Las Vegas Man Magazine, LiveStrong.com and SpineUniverse.com. He posts educational video courses on Curious.com and YouTube. His video show, Dr Ozello’s Sports Medicine Report, is published on YouTube every Thursday. His video show, Two Minutes of Anatomy is published on YouTube every Monday and his newest video show, Championship Fitness is published every Tuesday.
Dr. Donald A. Ozello is a fitness enthusiast. Functional kettlebell training, running, bike riding and core training are his favorite forms of exercise. Before pursuing his career in Chiropractic, Donald served in the United States Navy aboard the USS Bremerton, SSN 698.