Sports Injuries 265: Upper Cross Syndrome
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Topic: Sports Injuries 265: Upper Cross Syndrome
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Donald A Ozello, DC
Course Description: Upper Cross Syndrome is a common condition that effects athletes and non-athletes of both genders and all ages. Upper Cross Syndrome is a correctable issue that negatively affects a person’s posture, movement patterns, muscle sequencing and musculoskeletal function. This two hour class describes in detail the postural faults and poor movement patterns that exist in Upper Cross Syndrome. The comprehensive class teaches the doctor tools to determine if poor movement patterns exist and how to utilize Chiropractic care and corrective exercises to help patients combat the formation and advancement of Upper Cross Syndrome.
- Description of Upper Cross Syndrome.
- Explanation of intrinsic and extrinsic contributing factors of Upper Cross Syndrome.
- Movement pattern and postural exams to help the doctor recognize Upper Cross Syndrome.
- Chiropractic treatment for Upper Cross Syndrome.
- Rehabilitation exercise to correct faulty posture and incorrect movement patterns.
- Develop a better understanding of the formation of Upper Cross Syndrome.
- Enhance clinical knowledge to diagnose and treat upper body postural faults.
- Application of tools in the treatment of athletes.
- Development of skills to better educate patients in the prevention and reversal of Upper Cross Syndrome.
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.
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