scawebinars

Our largest CIG, Sports Chiropractic Australia, has developed a webinar series for 2017. These webinars will explore current concepts in Sports Chiropractic.

Upcoming Webinars 2017

  • Cycling with physiotherapist Trish Wisbey-Roth - 2 August
    More information coming soon...

 

Past Webinars

Be the Practitioner YOU WANT to be

On 17 May 2017 SCA held a webinar with Dr Luke Khoury titled Be the Practitioner YOU WANT to be: Stop conforming start progressing.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Tendinopathy Clinical Pearls

On 6 April 2017 SCA held a webinar with physiotherapist Dr Ebonie Rio on Tendinopathy Clinical Pearls.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Intramuscular Hamstring Tendon Injuries

On 18 January 2017 SCA held a webinar with Sports Doctor Peter Brukner on the Diagnosis and Management of Intramuscular Hamstring Tendon Injuries.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Management of the Golfer

On 23 November 2016 SCA held a webinar with Dr Josh Nelson on Management of the Golfer - from Hacker to Touring Professional.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Management of Lumbar Stress Fractures in Athletes

On 26 October 2016 SCA held a webinar with Physiotherapist Alex Kountouris about the Management of Lumbar Stress Fractures in Athletes.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Chiropractic at Rio 2016

On 28 September 2016 SCA held a webinar with Drs David Steven, Peter Garbutt and James Nicola about how chiropractic was utilised at the recent Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio De Janerio, Brazil.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

How to take a training and workload history in the clinic

On 6 July, 2016 SCA held a webinar with Michael Drew titled "How to take a training and workload history in the clinic".  The amount of physical activity a person undertakes has the potential to protect or expose them to risk of injury and illness.  Recent advances in the quantification of workload and its relationship to injury and illness has challenged engrained training methodologies and clinical practice.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Achilles Tendinopathy

On 11 May, 2016 SCA held a webinar with Dr Peter Malliaras titled "Achilles tendinopathy".  Dr Malliaras's area of expertise is managing patients with long term tendon pain, sometimes referred to as tendinopathy or tendinitis.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Crossfit Athletes

On 13 April, 2016 SCA held a webinar with Dr Nick Papastamatis titled "Crossfit Athletes: Injuries and Treatment". Nick has worked with high level crossfitters, body builders, ironman athletes and personal trainers since he graduated.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

 

Hamstring Injuries

On 2 March, 2016 SCA held a webinar with Dr David Opar titled "Current Hamstring Injury, Diagnosis and Rehab".  Dr Opar's area of expertise is in hamstring strain injury, specifically in risk factor identification and modelling risk profiles for athletes.

If you did not get an opportunity to attend yourself, you can still view the webinar by visiting the CAA Digital Library.  CAAdigitallibrary

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