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Book Recommendations for Sports Physicians

Posted on July 14, 2016 in ,

The following textbooks come highly recommended by Dr. Moreau for DCs studying to get their CCSP and DACBSP certifications, and for any Sports Physician! You will not regret having these books in your library!            

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Cardiac Arrest Survival Act and the Rural Access to Emergency Devices Act

Posted on May 18, 2015 in ,

The American Board of Chiropractic Sports Physicians has endorsed the American College of Sports Medicines Stand on AED’s. This essay looks at what AED’s mean to the sports chiropractor and the chiropractic profession as a whole. We acknowledge that equipment alone does not save lives, but the proper equipment in the hands of a trained individual with a plan does make a big difference.

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Healthcare Provider’s Perspectives Regarding The Usefulness Of Orthopedic Tests

Posted on April 9, 2011 in ,

To identify healthcare provider’s perspectives on which orthopedic tests are best for diagnosing certain lesions by anatomical region.

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Progressive Loading Treadmills In The Rehabilitation Of Lower Extremity Bony Stress Injury In Elite Runners

Posted on April 9, 2011 in ,

OBJECTIVE: To describe a novel approach at rehabilitation of lower extremity injuries in elite running athletes through utilization of a progressive loading functional progression.

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Multidiciplinary Management Of An Ankle Injury With Persistent Ankle Dysfunction In An Elite Level Track Athlete: A Case Study

Posted on April 8, 2011 in ,

Brett A Guimard, DC, DACBSP, CSCS, MAOM, Laca; William J Moreau, DC, DACBSPb ; Richard Quincy, MS, PT, ATCc; a Health Care Provider USOC Sports Medicine Clinic, Chula Vista, CA; b USOC Director of Sports Medicine Clinics, Colorado Springs, CO; c USOC Associate Director of Sports Medicine Clinics, Chula Vista, CA. JOHN N. NASH AWARD… View Article

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Utilization of Diagnostic Imaging by Doctors of Chiropractic in an Elite Sports Medicine Clinic

Posted on April 8, 2011 in ,

The purpose of this study is to describe the use of diagnostic imaging over one year by Doctors of Chiropractic in an elite sports medicine clinic.

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Lower Leg Pain In An Elite Level Triathlete: A Case Study

Posted on April 28, 2010 in ,

Chad R. Barylski, DC, DACBSP, CSCS a , Reiko Takahashi, MS, ATC, CSCS a, John Crawley, MS b, Bill Moreau, DC, DACBSP c a Sports Medicine Fellow, Performance Services, United States Olympic Committee, Chula Vista, CA b Exercise Physiologist, High Performance Director, United States Olympic Committee, Chula Vista, CA c Director of Sports Medicine Clinics,… View Article

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The Use of Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of Tendinopathy in a Multidisciplinary Sports Medicine Clinic

Posted on April 28, 2010 in ,

The term tendinopathy is broadly used to describe pathological changes within or about a tendon. Common tendon pathology seen in a sports medicine practice include partial or complete tendon tears, degenerative changes in a tendon or tendinosis, and inflammatory changes in the tendon or its associated structures such as peritendinitis, peratendinitis, peratenosynovitis, paratenosynovitis, and tenosynovitis. These conditions each require different and specific care plan for successful outcomes. Musculoskeletal ultrasonography can be used to visualize pathological changes within a tendon to determine the correct diagnosis and the subsequent management plan.

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Healthcare Provider’s Perspectives Regarding The Usefulness Of Orthopedic Tests

Posted on April 28, 2010 in ,

To identify the rate and type of sports medicine services utilized by athletes at the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Olympic Training Centers (OTC) Sports Medicine departments.

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Foot Pain In A Recreational Athlete

Posted on March 24, 2009 in ,

A.M. Manison, D.C., CCSP®, CCEP; J.H. Manison, M.D.; W. Moreau, D.C., DACBSP® Columbia Advanced Chiropractic, LLC; Columbia, MD Category: Clinical case paper HISTORY: A 26-year-old recreational runner and basketball player presented with bilateral heel and foot pain. This pain began two weeks prior when he was playing basketball; however, the patient admits to intermittent heel… View Article

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