Chiropractors demonstrate exceptional clinical confidence when managing spinal complaints. However, management of non-spinal conditions can range from frustrating to rewarding depending on the depth of the providers training. This webinar covers the essential skills for successfully treating anterior knee pain. This workshop will review current “best practices” for evaluating, treating, and directing simple in-office or home-based rehab.
Course Learning Objectives
Attendees will leave with the following information:
1. The ability to identify anterior knee pain via physical, neurological, functional, and orthopedic evaluation.
2. Knowledge of current “best practice” treatment of anterior knee pain.
3. Ability to improve outcomes by making the patient an active participant in their recovery through home exercise and ADL advice.
Review of normal knee anatomy and biomechanics.
Practical management of structural lower extremity pathology, including assessment, treatment, patient education, stretching & low-tech rehab exercises for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, Chondromalacia Patellae, and Knee OA
What: Best Practices for Managing Knee Pain with Dr. Brandon Steele
When: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 at 12:30 PM
Price: Free for all OSCA Members
CE: 1 hour
*Be sure to check your email the day before the webinar for your link to access the live session!
This is a live webinar. It will be recorded for future viewing on the OSCA webinar archives site.
About the Speaker:
Brandon Steele, D.C., DACO
Dr. Steele began his career with a post graduate residency at The Central Institute for Human Performance under Dr. Clayton Skaggs. During this unique opportunity he was able create/implement rehabilitation programs for members of the St. Louis Cardinals, Blues, and Rams. Dr. Steele also had the distinction of working with keynote speakers and researchers in the field of manual medicine including Pavel Kolar, Stuart McGill, Brett Winchester, and Clayton Skaggs.
Dr. Steele has since begun private practice at Premier Rehab in the greater St. Louis area. He currently lectures for the Illinois Chiropractic Society on clinical excellence and evidence based treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. He also serves on the executive board of the ICS as the southern district president. He has been certified in Motion Palpation, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Active Release Technique, and McKenzie Directional Therapy. Dr Steele is a co-founder of ChiroUp.