When

January 2019 - April 2019
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Where

NUHS Campus / Lombard, IL
200 E. Roosevelt Road
Lombard, IL 60148


 
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Contact

Lincoln College of Postprofessional, Graduate and Continuing Education

Phone: 630-889-6622
Email: postgrad@nuhs.edu 

Fees

Please note the following fees. If paying by check, all checks must be received by our office prior to the program taking place. Otherwise, at the door rates will apply. 

PRACTITIONERS
$375 for the following individual sessions: 
Introduction to Concepts of the Chiropractic Sports Physicians
Management of Injuries to the Upper Extremity
Concussion/Emergency Procedures
Management of Injuries to the Lower Extremity
Sports Nutrition
Management of Injuries to the Spine and Pelvis

$160 for the following individual sessions:
Radiology Applications in Sports
Management of Special Populations

$2,500 Entire series paid in full 

STUDENTS*
$100 for any individual session

*Please note that the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (ACBSP™) only allows chiropractic students to take one CCSP course or topic while still enrolled in university. Current doctoral students would take the remainder of the hours required to sit for the CCSP exam after they attain their DC degree. 

Continuing Education credit is available to doctors of chiropractic licensed in IA, IL, IN, and MI. If you are licensed outside of these states, please contact our Postgrad office at postgrad@nuhs.edu to inquire if your board has also approved this course. It is suggested that you register a minimum of 2 weeks prior to your licensing board's CE application deadline. Please note that without advanced notice, there is no guarantee we will be able to obtain CE credit in your state or province. If your professional license falls outside of the chiropractic discipline (e.g. ND, AOM, PT, etc.), and you would like to receive continuing education, please contact us prior to registration.

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Campus
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Campus
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Chiropractic Sports Physician: 100 Hours 

Times: Saturday, 8:00AM - 6:00PM; Sunday 8:00AM - 1:00PM
Location:
NUHS Campus / Lombard, IL
Instructors:
Brian Anderson, DC, CCN, MPH, MS, Cert. MDT; Manuel Duarte MS, DC, DABCO, DACBSP, DABCA, MSAc; Michael Fergus, DC, DACBR; A. Carlo Guadagno, DC, CCSP, ICCSP, FICC; Leo C. Kormanik II, DC, MS, CCSP; Richard Ulm, DC, MS
Hours: 14.0 hours (per live session; online session credit hours listed below)

Program Description
The 1st 100 hours emphasizes total care of the injured athlete. The program focuses on industrial, community, intramural, and recreational athletes who sustain, or are at risk of sustaining, sports-related injuries. 

Each of the four live session is an intense workshop that combines lecture, demonstration, and hands-on training leading to proficiency in the skills pertinent for the chiropractic sports physician. In addition to the live sessions, four online courses will be made available. These courses can be taken at any time, and will be followed by an exam to verify participation. Online access will be granted once courses are posted in January of 2019. The live and online sessions will total 100.0 credit hours. Upon completion of all courses, registrants will be eligible to sit for the CCSP Examination. 

Program Objectives
Upon completion of the program, registrants will be able to:

  • Review the basic anatomy, biomechanics, physical and other examination procedures (including imaging), and conservative management protocols for sports related conditions. 
  • Diagnosis, treat, and manage sports related injuries pertaining to industrial, community, intramural and recreational athletes. 

Sessions
CCSP: Introduction to Concepts of the Chiropractic Sports Physician  
A. Carlo Guadagno DC, CCSP, ICCSP, FICC
January 26-27, 2019
CE Hours: 14.0

CCSP: Management of Injuries to the Upper Extremity
Leo C. Kormanik II, DC, MS, CCSP
February 23-24, 2019
 
CE Hours: 14.0

CCSP: Concussion/Emergency Procedures
A. Carlo Guadagno DC, CCSP, ICCSP, FICC
March 23-24, 2019
CE Hours: 14.0

CCSP: Management of Injuries to the Lower Extremity
Richard Ulm, DC, MS
April 27-28, 2019
CE Hours: 14.0

CCSP: Sports Nutrition
Brian Anderson, DC, CCN, MPH, MS, Cert. MDT
Online
CE Hours: 15.0

CCSP: Management of Injuries to the Spine and Pelvis 
Manuel Duarte, MS, DC, DABCO, DACBSP, DABCA, MSAc
Online
CE Hours: 15.0

CCSP: Radiology Applications in Sports
Michale Fergus, DC, DACBR
Online
CE Hours: 8.0

CCSP: Managment of Special Populations
Manuel Duarte, MS, DC, DABCO, DACBSP, DABCA, MSAc
Online 
CE Hours: 8.0

Format
This program will be presented in both live and online formats. Live sessions will consist of lecture and laboratory segments. Online sessions will consist entirely of lecture, and will be followed by an exam to verify participation.