Foot Levelers webinars and webcasts are free to attend. However, please note that CE credit is provided by NYCC-PG with a small annual fee. Click here for NYCC contact info if you need to create an account or would like additional info on CE Approval. With a NYCC account, you can earn CE credit on multiple Foot Levelers CE Webinars during the span of your NYCC membership.
Lower Extremity Biomechanics and the Management of Common Lower Extremity Injuries
Dr. Kurt Juergens
Thu, Apr 2, 2020 @ 2PM EST
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.
The Over Trained Youth Athlete
Dr. Alan Smith
Tue, Apr 7, 2020 @ 3PM EST
Discussion of current healthcare trends, contributors to the healthcare “crisis, potential solutions and how to get involved in the youth sport movement. We’ll review the most common injuries in youth sports and how they’re treated traditionally as well as how they will be treated with this advanced approach. We will review the specifics of the diagnostic testing and appropriate treatment. Also, we will review the five-primary fascial kinetic chains. Clinical application and gems, including diagnostic, therapeutic, nutritional and interactive rehab protocols for youth sports.
What a Pain in the Rear! Understanding the Hip, Sacroiliac and Low Back Connection
Dr. Kevin Wong
Thu, Apr 9, 2020 @ 2PM EST
Pain in the gluteals and hips involves identification of specific patterns that are easy to spot when you know what you are looking for. Since gluteal, hip and lower back pain are so common in practice, it is very useful to know what to look for. We will look at two major patterns of the lower extremity that lead to pain in the pelvis, hips and lower back. We will also discuss treatment including physiotherapy modalities, adjustments, orthotics and home care.
The Neurology of Posture
Dr. Dennis Buckley
Tue, Apr 14, 2020 @ 1PM EST
Each day in our practices we see people present with an array of problems and they present a certain posture. This is a reflection of one’s neurology and if you understand the posture and the neurology you can treat the patients successfully with a brain based approach to not only help with the presenting symptoms but correct the cause. The attendees will be able to take information from this presentation and apply them the next day in their practice taking a fresh look at posture and how it affects the neurology and function. Doing this will help create improved patient outcomes and identify simple but often overlooked signs and presentations that are causing decreased function.
Crooked Man and Fascia
Dr. Alan Smith
Thu, Apr 16, 2020 @ 2PM EST
Fascia can be understood through the five primary kinetic chains. This course will educate and empower the practitioner to understand them and how to apply crooked man for the patient.
Spondylolysis in the Athlete
Dr. Alicia Yochum
Thu, Apr 30, 2020 @ 2PM EST
This course will cover the history, presentation and mechanism of injury related to spondylolysis in the athlete. We will review new case studies demonstrating both active, inactive and pending pars defects as well as discuss the appropriate treatment plan. When is it safe for these athletes to return to sports? Join us and find out!
The Power of Stabilizing the Lower Extremities
Dr. Mark Charrette
Thu, May 14, 2020 @ 2PM EST
This one-hour course covers the essentials of aligning the feet, knees, hips, and pelvis. Adjusting, rehab exercises, and use of custom functional orthotics will be discussed.
Rehabilitation of the Kinetic Chain
Dr. Mario Fucinari
Thu, May 28, 2020 @ 2PM EST
A healthy body functions just as a well-oiled machine. The body is made up of fixed segments made mobile by joints. This course will enable you to learn rehabilitation techniques in conditions of dysfunction of the kinetic chain. When one joint has aberrant motion, the movements are affected in the neighboring joints and segments. We will learn how to take low-tech approaches to common dysfunctional conditions.
ARCHIVED WEBINARS & WEBCASTS
Tue, Mar 31, 2020 EST
Patho-anatomy of the Foot: A Chiropractic Approach
Dr. Enrique Flores | Watch »
Tue, Mar 31, 2020 EST
How D.C.'s can Survive and Thrive in the COVID-19 Era!
Dr. Kevin Wong | Watch »
Thu, Mar 26, 2020 EST
The Sports Medicine Team and Your Role in Caring for the Student Athlete
Dr. Kurt Juergens | Watch »
Wed, Mar 25, 2020 EST
Brush up on the Basics: Keeping Orthotics Going in Uncertain Times
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Thu, Mar 19, 2020 EST
Biomechanical Evaluation and Systematic Approach to Interpreting Lumbar Radiography
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Thu, Feb 20, 2020 EST
Chiropractic Care: A Solution to The Opioid Crisis
Dr. Mark Charrette | Watch »
Continuing Education credits are not provided for the below webcasts.
Brush Up on the Basics: Maximizing social media during social distancing
Wed, Apr 1, 2020 @ 1PM EST
Foot Levelers' Carrie Rimstad will provide tips on how to communicate with patients using social media and other platforms during social distancing.
The Post Pandemic Practice
Dr. Brian Jensen & Dr. Miles Bodzin
Thu, Apr 2, 2020 @ 1PM EST
In this webinar, we will look at some of the foundational components that contribute to getting and staying healthy. We will look at the biomechanical function and how it affects gait, movement, and posture. Chronic inflammation, obesity, and toxicity are major contributors to pain, illness, and disease and is influenced by how well our nervous system deals with stress and anxiety. All of these areas can easily be identified and quantified with our exam findings. Once we know the areas that need support, a path can be laid out for the patient using the Care Plan Calculator.