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 The CCSP (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) certification requires the doctor to have 120 hour postgraduate CCSP program. The courses are designed to help the physician obtain:
• A greater awareness of the responsibilities of the sports/team
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• The ability to instruct athletes in rehabilitative procedures and athletic training principles
• The capability to evaluate and treat typical sports and recreational injuries
• The ability to treat athletes in emergency situations
• A working knowledge of the clinical bio-mechanics and physiology involved in specific sports and recreational activities
 
 
 
 
Trigenics Myoneural Therapy
 is a medical assessment and treatment system which uses interactive applied functional neurology to reset the way the brain communicates with the body. The result is that of immediate pain relief with instant increase in strength and movement. Trigenics achieves this result by applying 3 treatment techniques at the same time for an effect on the nervous system which is much greater than if only one were applied.
 
THE 3 COMPONENTS OF TRIGENICS ARE:
 
RESISTED EXERCISES.
The patient performs exercise movements which are resisted either by the doctor/therapist or with the use of devices or equipment. (Devices are available which measure applied muscle force.) If exercise equipment is used, different loads are used for different muscles and body types. These force-specific resisted movement patterns are designed to cause augmented firing of reflex nerve impulses from the muscles to the brain. ("Myoneural') 
MUSCLE TREATMENT.
The doctor/therapist directly treats the muscle with deformative traction or vibratory techniques in such a way as to stimulate increased firing of the the nerve-sensors which monitor movement and feeling. The treatment is applied to the muscles, tendons or ligaments by the doctor/therapist using their hands or a variety of treatment devices .This type of soft tissue treatment also causes augmented firing of up-going impulses to the brain. 
FOCUSED BREATHING.
The patient is required to perform concentrative focused breathing while the doctor/therapist provides verbal feedback as to how the patient can enhance the neurological effect of their movements so as to enhance the treatment response and outcome. Neurologists refer to this therapeutic procedural concept as "biofeedback".
 
During a Trigenics procedure, the doctor applies treatment to the muscle nerve-sensors while the patient performs specific resisted movement and breathing exercises. Patients are interactive participants in the treatment process. Practitioners apply treatment using their hands and body or a combined variety of treatment devices and/or exercise equipment. The multiple therapeutic interactions, created during treatment, significantly increase the firing of reflex nerve pathways to the brain for a short-circuiting, overload response which effectively changes and resets the way the brain sends out pain and movement signals.
 
Trigenics has revolutionized the way patients with musculoskeletal disorders and pain syndromes are treated in that it is was the first in history to introduce the concept of combining soft tissue therapy with resisted exercise. A worldwide leading innovation in the field of functional neurology, the therapeutic effects of Trigenics are unprecedented.
 
Trigenics® is only practiced by licensed doctors or therapists who have successfully achieved post graduate specialty education from the Trigenics® Institute of Myoneural Medicine and who hold a current license to practice Trigenics® as a Registered Trigenics® Physician or Practitioner with the designation RTP. The Trigenics Institute is co-sponsored for health professional CE credits by National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, U.S.A.
 
 
Doctorate in Chiropractic
 
The Undergraduate Education
Similar to the requirements of medical schools, prior to entering chiropractic college students must first complete 2-4 years of premed undergraduate studies - depending on the chiropractic college and state one wishes to practice in. During this time there is an emphasis on basic sciences including organic chemistry, general chemistry, physics, biology, and psychology.
 
The Chiropractic Education
Upon successful completion of the undergraduate studies, those students who are accepted to a chiropractic college enter a 4-5 year academic program, which is similar in content to medical school. Course work includes an in-depth study of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, radiology, biomechanics, spinal adjustive techniques, including a variety of other health-related areas.
 
The primary focus of the chiropractic education is to teach the student how to recognize and effectively treat a wide variety of soft tissue disorders in order to reduce pain and discomfort, allow for effective and proper healing, restore normal body biomechanics and improve overall health. In order to treat such conditions, students are taught a number of different techniques and methods including chiropractic spinal adjustive techniques. Through chiropractic spinal adjustments, the students are taught how they can positively influence the body through the nervous system using specific spinal adjustive techniques. An emphasis is also placed on other aspects of health including diet, exercise, nutrition and wellness. Moreover, students receive thorough training aimed at identifying those conditions which are beyond the chiropractor's scope of practice and which require outside medical referral.
 
During the academic 4-5 year program, students must successfully complete a number of national board examinations which are required for licensure. In addition, students must spend several hundred hours of internship in which they treat patients suffering from true health ailments while under professional supervision. Some schools actually begin introducing and training students to the clinical setting in just their second year of studies. This ensures that the graduating doctors of chiropractic will have all the necessary education, skills and clinical experience to provide exceptionally safe and effective chiropractic health care. Many colleges have additionally employed externship programs in which student interns assist field doctors in their private practices prior to graduation.
 
Licensure
Upon graduation and the passing of all national board exams, students undergo state board examination for the state which they wish to practice in. If successful, the new doctor of chiropractic will receive his or her license for the practice of chiropractic in that state.
 
Continuing Education
Once licensed, most states require the doctor of chiropractic to attend annual seminars in order to maintain a high level of competency and keep technical skills sharp and as current as possible. Failure to do so will result in the revocation of the doctor's license.
 
Postgraduate Studies
Many doctors further their knowledge and skills by completing additional studies after graduation. These one to three year programs provide the information to place the doctors at the top of the health care field in specific areas. Some of the areas of study include orthopedics, neurology, radiology, sports, rehabilitation, nutrition, pediatrics and research.
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The information contained herein is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment in any manner. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition or before beginning any nutritional program or exercise program.