Hear from some of the most dynamic speakers in sports medicine while earning up to 24 continuing education units (CEUs)* towards both your ACBSP™ and state requirements. The 2021 Chiropractic Sports Sciences Symposium will be held virtually.
*Continuing education unit approval pending for (list state abbreviations here).
The 24 continuing education hours will be delivered in the following formats:
- 12 synchronous hours
- 12 asynchronous hours (Concussion course)
The 12 synchronous webinar hours will feature live streaming lectures and include interactive question and answer sessions
Day 2 – Sunday – April 25, 2021
9:00am – 9:30am
Join webinar / Pre-conference vendor messages
9:30am – 10:30am
Introduction to Foundation Training, Posture and Breath
By Pat Helma, DC, DACBSP®
Pat Helma, DC, DACBSP has been teaching Foundation Training since 2013. Dr. Helma is also part of the Core Education Team for Foundation Training which certifies instructors to teach these techniques worldwide. Dr. Helma maintains a clinic-gym hybrid practice model and teaches Foundation Training out of Boulder, Colorado.
10:30am – 10:40am
10:40am – 11:40am
Blending it All Together: Stress Management for the Athletes Work and Life Success
By Aimee Kimball, PhD
Dr. Aimee Kimball is the Director of Player and Team Development for the New Jersey Devils and the founder of KPEX Consulting. Previously, Aimee was the Director of Mental Training at the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine. She has worked as a mental training consultant with athletes at all levels, including winning two Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins. She received a PhD in Sport Psychology from the University of Tennessee, a Master’s degree from Miami University (Ohio), and an undergraduate degree from Penn State.
Aimee is dedicated to helping athletes, physicians, executives, and other performers create a high-performance mindset.
11:40am – 11:50am
11:50am – 12:50pm
Streamed Documentation for Working with Teams
By Tom Young, DC, DACBSP®
Tom Young, DC, DACBSP® maintains a sports practice in Clearwater, FL. He is adjunct faculty of Chiropractic Science at National University of Health Sciences and Human Factors at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He serves as a research abstract reviewer and practical examiner for ACBSP, co-authored a textbook on Functional Assessment & Rehabilitation, and presented original research at the ACBSP Symposium. He’s collaborated with many providers, including a Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, and as team Chiropractor to the Daytona Tortugas professional baseball team.
12:50pm – 1:40pm
1:40pm – 2:40pm
Exercise: Progressions & Regressions
By Andrew Klein, DC, DACBSP®
Dr. Andy Klein received a BA in Physical Education from Lehman College in 1981, and an MS Ed. in Exercise Physiology from Queens College in 1983. He received his chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in 1987. He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and is board certified in Chiropractic Sports Medicine by the ACBSP. He is a certified Level 1 weightlifting Coach by USA Weightlifting. Professional appointments include appointed chiropractor for the USA at the Goodwill Games in 1998, and the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia in 2000. He served as the team chiropractor for the Minnesota Vikings from 2002-2006. He practiced for 21 years in the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department at Park Nicollet clinic. He is currently the director at the Human Performance Center at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
2:40pm – 2:50pm
2:50pm – 4:50pm
By Steve Gould, DC DACBR
Dr. Steven Gould, a 1989 CCC, KC alum, is a Board Certified Chiropractic Radiologist who became a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology (DACBR) in 1993. He has a full-time radiology and clinical/patient practice, where he performs interpretations on plain film radiographs and MRI studies for referring chiropractors. He has provided chiropractic care to the Wichita Wranglers professional baseball team and the Wichita Thunder hockey team. He is the current team chiropractor for two school districts in Kansas. He is a member of the American Chiropractic association and Council on Diagnostic Imaging of the ACA. He is a member of the American Chiropractic College of Radiology and a member of the Kansas Chiropractic Association, which named him “Young Doctor of the Year” in 1995 and he was named the KCA “Doctor of the Year” in 2012.