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Performance Readiness and Return to Play Criteria for Sport


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Topic Areas:
Mandated CE
Category:
History Taking & Physical Exam
Faculty:
Adrian Pujayana
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Access for 60 day(s) after purchase.



Description

This On Demand Program is Presented by the CalChiro San Fernando Valley District.

 

In this 2 hour lecture, Dr. Pujayana will cover building blocks that help individuals prepare to function along a performance spectrum by using several evaluation and grading methods. In addition, you will learn the necessary skills that will prepare the sideline or on-site Doctors to function effectively in emergency sports settings.

 

Course content covers:

- Athletic performance through history
- The emerging sports culture
- Identifying performance along a spectrum
- Achieving redlines
- Prioritizing identifiable influences of peak performance
- Who qualifies for Return to Play decisions
- Using a rating system for Return to Play
- Functional assessments
- Light tricks: addressing PEARLA in daylight
- Economizing physical evaluation process on the field
-Additional recommendations for the on-site Chiropractic physician

Credits


Mandatory CEUs This program is approved for 2 mandated (history taking & physical exam) CE hours by the CA Board of Chiropractic Examiners: CA-A-20-04-10009.

Faculty

Adrian Pujayana's Profile

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DC, ATC, CSCS


Dr. Adrian Pujayana has a private practice in South Pasadena since 2000, and is also an NATA certified Athletic Trainer, and an NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist.  Though predominantly a family practitioner with an emphasis on physical rehab and conditioning, Dr. Adrian also functions as a site physician and athletic trainer for Red Bull Sports, including disciplines in Cliff Diving, Rampage, Crashed Ice, Dreamline,  Last Stand, and X-Fighters among others for the last 12 years.

 

He is pleased to share his experiences and provide insight into the various responsibilities and skillsets necessary to function in the clinic, and on-site, for doctors who are performance and sports oriented in their practice.


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