In this one-hour free training, Dr. Todd Riddle, Director of Education for FAKTR and Southeast Sports Seminars, discusses the importance of implementing systems into your rehab.
When you're a practitioner who has learned several techniques and treatment approaches and has a myriad of tools at your disposal--how do you decide what to use and when? Does analysis paralysis keep you from being efficient and effective in your patient interactions?
In this on-demand course, you'll learn how to leverage systems in your rehab to:
**This webinar is a recorded replay from a live broadcast. You can access this training on-demand 24/7 and input questions into the chat to email Dr. Riddle**
About Dr. Riddle:
Dr. Todd Riddle is a clinician, specializing in sports chiropractic and physical rehabilitation. Dr. Riddle earned his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, with a concentration in Kinesiotherapy from the University of Toledo. Aside from being an honor student at Toledo, he was a two-sport athlete, playing quarterback and throwing the javelin for the Rockets. After graduation, Riddle worked for the University of Toledo’s Kinesiotherapy Center providing land and aquatic-based rehabilitation programs. Dr. Riddle harnessed his experience as a competitive athlete and therapist and began extensive work in the field of athletic and human performance. Dr. Riddle has coached/trained thousands of athletes, ranging from amateur to professional, including US national teams, NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB.
His passion for sports and human performance has carried over into his chiropractic career. He has served as the team doctor for several sports teams, including rugby, amateur/pro cycling and football. In 2018, Dr. Riddle was the official sports chiropractor for the historic, Nigeria women’s bobsleigh and skeleton teams at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. He has also had the distinct pleasure of working with other Olympic athletes from all over the world.
Dr. Riddle is also an accomplished international lecturer and post-graduate educator. He has served as an assistant professor on the faculty of two chiropractic colleges and is currently the Director of Education for Southeast Sports Seminars; teaching FAKTR and Dynamic Tape. He has presented all over North America, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia. He also has served as a reviewer of scientific articles and books chapters related to sports medicine and rehabilitation.
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