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ABCSP/CCSP

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"Promoting the highest standards of excellence and clinical competence for chiropractors specializing in sports medicine and physical fitness."

The DACBSP (Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians) certification requires the doctor to first achieve CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) certification. The CCSP requires the doctor to attend a minimum of 100 hours of a 120 hour postgraduate CCSP program. The hours mentioned are class hours. Following the...
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Active Release Technique

This technique is a hands on touch and case-management system that allows a practitioner to diagnose and treat soft tissue injuries. Soft tissue refers primarily to muscle, tendon, fascia, and nerves. Specific injuries that apply are repetitive strains, adhesions, tissue hypoxia, and joint dysfunction. The technique enhances performance and significantly reduces injury-healing time. In order to become an A.R.T. provider, each professional must complete extensive hands-on instruction and a...
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Graston Technique

This technique is a soft tissue diagnostic and therapeutic method that has been used in outpatient clinics since 1993. Similar to A.R.T., Graston manipulates soft tissue, however it employs surgical stainless steel instruments which improve the Doctor’s tactile sensation and increase the efficiency of treatment. The instruments act as a focused extension of the doctor’s own hands while reducing wear and tear on the hands.

When connective tissue, such as muscle, ligaments or tendons become...
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FAKTR

FAKTR expands on knowledge of sports injury treatment and rehabilitation. FAKTR stands for "Functional And Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation, Provocation and Motion." It was developed to help speed recovery from chronic musculoskeletal pain syndromes and has also been shown to work extremely well on acute musculoskeletal/fascial conditions.

Chronic pain results from dysfunction of the sensorimotor system, which is manifested in soft tissue and fascia. This new treatment approach to soft...
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Kinesiotaping

This amazing taping method was developed by Dr. Kenzo Kase over 25 years ago in Japan. The method involves taping over and around muscles to facilitate muscles and/or prevent over contraction. Because the tape is elastic, it allows for joint or muscle correction with out sacrificing range of motion. The technique also provides constant proprioceptive feedback which stimulates neurological rehabilitation. For more information regarding this technique, please visit www.kinesiotaping.com.
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Titleist Performance Institute

TPI leads the world in research and data on golf fitness, health and swing biomechanics. TPI Professionals are the first to receive the newest information. The certification shows that the professional has reached a level of golf fitness expertise that surpasses - and continues to surpass - the competition. The CGFI course is designed to teach the doctor how to identify and overcome any physical restrictions that are limiting your patients potential. For more detailed information pertaining...
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CSCS

Dr. Marc Taczanowski passed his certification examination in September of 2009. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. They conduct sport-specific testing sessions, design and implement safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs and provide guidance regarding nutrition and injury prevention. The Certified Strength and Conditioning...
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SFMA/FMS

SFMA:
A recent addition to the True Sport Care armamentarium. The Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) is a comprehensive assessment that classifies movement patterns. This system helps us recognize meaningful impairments and integrate the current best evidence (manual therapy and therapeutic exercise) for treating musculoskeletal conditions. It is designed to treat patients with orthopedic and sports conditions. Functional Movement Assessment, popularized in sports medicine research...
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