For the past 30 years, Dr. Juergens has been treating world-class athletes from around the globe. During this webinar, Dr. Juergens will review lower extremity biomechanics. He will share his experiences on how to diagnosis and manage lower extremity injuries as well as demonstrates how to incorporate a variety of active care techniques into your practice. Dr. Juergens will present Case studies of common and uncommon lower extremity conditions. This course will provide useful information that you can implement in the treatment of your patients when you return to work Monday morning. (This course was pre-recorded and may make reference to the original live event.) Sponsored by Foot Levelers.
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r. Kurt Juergens has been in private practice since 1989 and has had extensive post-graduate training in Sports Medicine. Dr. Juergens is a native Houstonian. He attended Brigham Young University for his undergraduate studies and then attended Texas Chiropractic College where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1988. In 1992, Dr. Juergens was selected to be a member of the Untied States Olympic Track and Field Trials Sports Medicine team. He has also served on the sports medicine teams for the NCAA Track & Field Championships, ATP's Tennis Masters Cup and U.S. Clay Court Championships. Dr. Juergens continues to treat high school, college, and professional athletes in a all fields from all over the world. Dr. Juergens lectures regularly for his profession on topics related to sports rehabilitation. He also speaks at companies of all sizes on a variety of health related topics. Dr. Juergens has been featured as a medical expert in the Discovery Channel's' One Step Beyond' Production and he has been a frequent guest of Health Talk Houston's daily radio host, Dr. David Mobley, MD. Dr. Juergens is an Eagle Scout and has run 7 marathons. He is most proud of his wife and 5 children.
CTA Version: Lower Extremity Biomechanics & the Management of Common Lower Extremity Injuries
Original Program Date: 04/30/2020
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