Total Credits: 12 including 12 DC CE
Run Better, Run More: Improving Running Mechanics and Treatment of Running Injuries
Instructor: Dr. Donald DeFabio
(Speaker sponsored by NCMIC)
12 hrs. DC CE available
DC session hrs. 8am-5pm ET (Saturday) and 8am-12pm ET (Sunday)
Improved running mechanics enable the runner to avoid injuries, train more effectively and improve performance. This course will review running kinematics, address common mechanical faults found in the running population as well as treatment of common running injuries. Dynamic and static assessment for the runner will be taught to allow a personalized corrective exercise program to be created for athlete patients. In addition, the relationship between common biomechanical imbalances and running injuries will be presented. The treatment principles presented will include low tech exercise, sports nutrition, recovery techniques, taping, shoe selection and CMT. Participants will learn the seven component parts of a Running Mechanics Boot Camp as a community outreach tool. More than just treating the injury, these principles will enable participants to correct the cause of running injuries, enabling their athletes to Run Better so they can Run More.
This will be a DC/CTA shared session.
Crowne Plaza Knoxville Downtown
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Parking is $10/day.
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Dr. De Fabio courses are known to be engaging, well-referenced, high-engery and designed to give the clinician the tools needed to immediately implement low-tech rehab into their own practice.
Dr. De Fabio is a 1984 graduate of the New York Chiropractic College. He is triple board-certified in Chiropractic Orthopedics, Physical Rehabilitation and Sports injuries as well as maintaining additional certifications as a corrective and performance enhancement specialist (NASM), Stecco Fascial Manipulation, ART, Graston, SMFA, FATKR, and MUA.
From 1991 - 1999, he participated in the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kona as a member of the race week and race day treatment team. He was the chiropractic doctor for Drew University athletics as well as Rutger's Track and Field until discontinuing for health reasons in 2016.
From 2001 to 2017, he served as a member of the classification panel for the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation for Wheelchair Fencing as well as being the medical coordinator for the USA Paralympic fencing team.
Dr. DeFabio is currently Chief of Chiropractic services at De Fabio Spine and Sports Rehab in Berkeley Heights, NJ. He is a contributing columnist for Dynamic Chiropractic and publishes The De Fabio Difference rehab and health tips via his website and You Tube channel which has over 7.1M hits and 26K subscribers.