THIS COURSE IS VALID TOWARDS CCSP CREDENTIALING WITH THE ACBSP
This course will provide an overview of exercise physiology principles and its relationship to training and performance. Concepts to be covered include muscle physiology, energy transfer, aerobic and anaerobic training, cardiovascular and respiratory physiology, fuel metabolism, and fitness evaluation. At the end of the course, participants should be able to;
* Identify the physiological principles that form the foundation of strength and conditioning.
* Identify various systems of training that are currently in use.
* Identify assessment skills to be used with the athlete.
* Recognize the principles of conditioning that provide a safe environment for the athlete.
Suggested order for CCSP Candidates (online courses):
1. Exercise Physiology
2. Sports Nutrition
3. Imaging the Athlete
4. Clinical Anatomy and Orthopedics of the Upper Extremity*
*Recommended to complete this online lecture prior to attending the “Current Concepts in the Biomechanics of the Upper Extremity in Sports Chiropractic” classroom course
5. Communicating with an Understanding the Psychological Motivations of Athletes
6. Adjunctive Therapies & Procedures
7. Environment and the Athlete
8. Injury Prevention
9. Head & Neck – Injury, Treatment, and Management
10. The Sports Practice
11. Medico-Legal Aspects of Sports Chiropractic
12. Understanding How Systemic Conditions Affect the Health, Wellness, and Performance of the Athlete
13. The Female Athlete
14. Clinical Anatomy and Orthopedics of the Lower Extremity
*Recommended to complete this online lecture prior to attending the “Lower Extremity Diagnosis and Treatment of Sports Injuries” classroom course
15. The Pediatric and Geriatric Athletes
16. The Para Athlete & Paralympic Experience
17. The Pre-Participation Examination
18. Clinical Biomechanics
19. Thoracic Injury, Treatment, and Management
20. Injury Assessment and Treatment Analysis