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ITALY – Upper Extremity – September 2020
September 24 @ 8:00 am - September 25 @ 12:30 pm
International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) is coming to MILAN ITALY: Upper Extremity – Registered for 20.5 CPD points with ECU
· Theory section: online session which will open 30 days before the face-to-face workshops (10 hours)
· Face to face session: Practicum fully hands-on (10 hours) – 24-25 SEPTEMBER 2022
Event Outline This hands-on International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS) seminar in partnership with the ITALIAN Chiropractic Sports Council can be undertaken as a stand-alone CPD event by any chiropractor or final year chiropractic student who is serious about becoming a great sports practitioner and getting the best results for their patients.
This program is registered with ECU for 20.5 CPD credits.
This seminar meets one of the ‘hands-on seminar’ requirements of the FICS International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) and the minimum standard for those wishing to develop the competencies required in sports chiropractic to serve at official FICS international events. To learn more about the ICSC, please visit: https://fics.sport/education/ The programme for this seminar incorporates (10 hours of theory and 10 hours practicum) FICS’ renewed ICSC curriculum includes a range of lectures with a sports chiropractic focus, although relevant information for general chiropractic practice is included.
PROGRAMME OUTLINE Upper Extremity – (head, shoulder, arm, wrist, hand) Program overview and learning objectives
- Concussion and Head Injury procedures theory and practicum assessment
- Mopal/CMT theory and lab
- Soft tissue Interventions theory and lab
- Taping theory and lab
- Upper extremity practicum assessment
Theory Webinar: (10 hours theory and theory exam) – This session is compulsory before attending the face-to-face session. Participants will be sent a login to the FICS online learning platform to undertake this learning in their own time. There are short quizzes at the end of each section.