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Module I: Extremity Evaluation and Treatment


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Average Rating:
   4
Topic Areas:
Mandated CE
Category:
History Taking & Physical Exam |  Personal Injury
Faculty:
Dr. Lisa Thomson, DC
Duration:
1 Hour
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Access for 90 day(s) after purchase.



Description

Module I: The Blueprint for Developing a Thriving PI Practice

Extremity Evaluation and Treatment

Speaker: Lisa Thomson, DC

  • Common traumatic extremity injuries
  • Reasonable treatment parameters for acute and chronic conditions

Credits


Mandated Distance Learning

Approved for 1 mandated (history taking & physical exam) Distance Learning CE hour(s) by the CA Board of Chiropractic Examiners: CA-A-21-02-02118.



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Dr. Lisa Thomson, DC's Profile

Dr. Lisa Thomson, DC Related seminars and products: 5

Back Body Mind Chiropractic


Dr. Thomson has over a decade of clinical experience and is an accomplished chiropractor, leader, speaker and businesswoman. In addition to her successful practice, Dr. Thomson is also a board member for the California Chiropractic Association, Associated Faculty at Southern California University of Health Sciences and a writer for Help What Hurts. As an athlete and an avid sports fan, Dr. Thomson is passionate about treating athletes and improving sports performance. She has gone through Level 1 and Medical Level 2 courses with the Titleist Performance Institute and is also certified through OnBaseU Hitting and Pitching, Racquetfit, FMS, FCS, SFMA level 1 and 2 and Functional Medicine University. Dr. Thomson lives in Whittier, California with her husband, Sean and her 2 kids, Joseph and Cora. She still plays soccer, enjoys running half marathons and donating her time and talents to local businesses and organizations.


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