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Save 40% when you bundle! This bundle will give you everything you need to confidently treat sports injuries and performance.

The Complete Sports Webinar includes:

  1. Core principles of Sports Acupuncture Assessment, Treatment, & Injury Prevention
  2. Assessment & Treatment of Golf Injuries
  3. Assessment & Treatment of Field Sports (Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Soccer) Injuries
  4. Assessment & Treatment of Tennis Injuries
  5. Assessment & Treatment of Martial Arts Injuries
  6. Assessment, Treatment, & Prevention of CROSSFIT injuries
  7. Assessment, Electro-acupuncture, and Manual Treatment for Long Distance Runners
  8. Athletic Taping of Common MSK Injuries
  9. Electro-Acupuncture & Soft Tissue to Maximize Performance During a 103 Mile Run
  10. Athletic Pubalgia: A Case Study of Longstanding Hip Pain
  11. How to Read and Understand Radiology Images
  12. Assessment & Treatment of Concussions
  13. Assessment & Treatment of Muscle Strains
  14. Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (Shin Splints)

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1. Sports Acupuncture Core Assessment, Treatment, & Injury Prevention

Record date: November 30th, 2018

Length: 3 hours 15 minutes

Approved for 3 NCCAOM PDAs, Category PE-CW

In this webinar, Anthony brings assessment, motor points and electro-acupuncture to the specialty of sports acupuncture.  Acupuncture is much more than injury healing; performance gains and injury prevention are just as important (and maybe more so) the amateaur, professional, or weekend athlete.  Proper assessment can reveal underlying imbalances and weakness that the athlete may not even be aware of, yet these imbalances can lead to injury or interfere with maximum potential/performance.  Go beyond pain relief and learn the real power of acupuncture in this webinar.

Course outline: 

Learning and understanding 6 lines of fascial lines of tension: anterior and posterior torsional, anterior and posterior linear (clavicular mechanics), lateral vector, deep vector.  This section covers the directional tensions of common groups of muscles and presents them in a way to that makes them easier to understand.

Understand how three simple tests can reveal weaknesses/imbalances:

  • The squat, the push up, the wall test

Ways of checking all 6 vectors of tension

The acupuncture motor points packages that are used in treating athletes

  • Upper Kinetic Chain Package
  • Hyopogastric Abdominal Package
  • Lower Kinetic Chain Package

Learn the chaos of gait and what it means

Review the joints of the foot and ankle; learn the significance/need of treating these

Importance of adductor and abductor hallucis

Electro-Acupuncture that can maximize performance:

  • Perfusion treatment
  • Fascial-based techniques
  • Manual Releases of QL and Psoas

2. Assessment & Treatment of Common Golf Injuries

Record Date: July 31, 2021

Length: 2 hours 34 minutes

Approved for 2.5 NCCAOM PDAs Category PE-CW

Course Outline:

LECTURE

•What are the general movements of this sport?

•Through which planes do these movements occur?

* What are the gross stresses put on the body?
* What are the specific movements of this sport?
* Breakdown the mechanical stressors of each specific movement.
* Learn the agonist/antagonist of each movement
* Compartmentalize the areas which absorb the most stresses in this sport.
* What are the most common injuries in this sport?

ASSESSMENT

•What are the vectoral lines of tension involved in the specific movements of this sport?

•How do we streamline MSK assessment in this sport?

TREATMENT

1. How do we prioritize our treatment in this sport?

a. stabilize girdles
b. address mirrored VLT
c. address accessory movement via EPE

2. What does treatment look like?

a. motorpoints
b. ILT, 2NT, alternating frequencies
c. High frequency to joints
d. Soft tissue manipulation

3. Injury Prevention

a. exercises
b. training regimen
c. imagery/physical hybrid practice

Q & A


3. Assessment & Treatment of Field Sports Injuries (Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Soccer)

Record Date: August 14, 2021

Length: 2 hours 20 minutes

*Pending 2.5 NCCAOM PDAs Category PE-CW

Course Outline:

LECTURE

•What are the general movements of this sport?

•Through which planes do these movements occur?

* What are the gross stresses put on the body?
* What are the specific movements of this sport?
* Breakdown the mechanical stressors of each specific movement.
* Learn the agonist/antagonist of each movement
* Compartmentalize the areas which absorb the most stresses in this sport.
* What are the most common injuries in this sport?

ASSESSMENT

•What are the vectoral lines of tension involved in the specific movements of this sport?

•How do we streamline MSK assessment in this sport?

TREATMENT

1. How do we prioritize our treatment in this sport?

a. stabilize girdles
b. address mirrored VLT
c. address accessory movement via EPE

2. What does treatment look like?

a. motorpoints
b. ILT, 2NT, alternating frequencies
c. High frequency to joints
d. Soft tissue manipulation

3. Injury Prevention

a. exercises
b. training regimen
c. imagery/physical hybrid practice

Q & A


4. Assessment & Treatment of Common Tennis Injuries

Record Date: August 28th, 2021

Length: 1 hour 59 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs Category PE-CW

Course Outline:

LECTURE

•What are the general movements of this sport?

•Through which planes do these movements occur?

* What are the gross stresses put on the body?
* What are the specific movements of this sport?
* Breakdown the mechanical stressors of each specific movement.
* Learn the agonist/antagonist of each movement
* Compartmentalize the areas which absorb the most stresses in this sport.
* What are the most common injuries in this sport?

ASSESSMENT

•What are the vectoral lines of tension involved in the specific movements of this sport?

•How do we streamline MSK assessment in this sport?

TREATMENT

1. How do we prioritize our treatment in this sport?

a. stabilize girdles
b. address mirrored VLT
c. address accessory movement via EPE

2. What does treatment look like?

a. motorpoints
b. ILT, 2NT, alternating frequencies
c. High frequency to joints
d. Soft tissue manipulation

3. Injury Prevention

a. exercises
b. training regimen
c. imagery/physical hybrid practice

Q & A


5. Assessment & Treatment of Common Martial Arts Injuries

Record Date: September 11, 2021

Length: 1 hour 53 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs Category PE-CW

Course Outline:

LECTURE

•What are the general movements of this sport?

•Through which planes do these movements occur?

* What are the gross stresses put on the body?
* What are the specific movements of this sport?
* Breakdown the mechanical stressors of each specific movement.
* Learn the agonist/antagonist of each movement
* Compartmentalize the areas which absorb the most stresses in this sport.
* What are the most common injuries in this sport?

ASSESSMENT

•What are the vectoral lines of tension involved in the specific movements of this sport?

•How do we streamline MSK assessment in this sport?

TREATMENT

1. How do we prioritize our treatment in this sport?

a. stabilize girdles
b. address mirrored VLT
c. address accessory movement via EPE

2. What does treatment look like?

a. motorpoints
b. ILT, 2NT, alternating frequencies
c. High frequency to joints
d. Soft tissue manipulation

3. Injury Prevention

a. exercises
b. training regimen
c. imagery/physical hybrid practice

Q & A


6. Assessment & Treatment of 7 Common CROSSFIT Injuries Using Electroacupuncture and Manual Techniques

Recorded: Sat October 23, 2021

Length: 2 hours 16 minutes

*Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs Category PE-CW

CROSSFIT is a very common type of athletic training used for personal health as well as competition. Like other types of training or sports activities, there may be injuries, imbalances, and hinderance to optimum performance for a variety of reasons. In this webinar, Anthony will show you how to treat injuries common to CROSSFITTERS, as well as how to prevent injury and the effects of overtraining and help these patients stay active, continue doing what they love, and perform at the highest level possible.

Class outline:

INTRO

•What is CROSSFIT?
•What is Interval Training?
•What is Overtraining?

PRINCIPALS OF INJURY

•Muscle Physiology
•Cumulative Strain Impacts
•Training Beyond Capacity (Overtraining)

PERIPHERAL EFFECTS OF TRAINING TRAUMA

•Function of noxious stimuli
•Motor inhibition
•Principals of Mal-adaptation

7 INJURIES ADDRESSED

*  Wrist Strain
* Lower Back Strain
* Tennis Elbow
* Anterior Knee Pain
* Shoulder Injury
* Achilles Tendonitis
* Neck Injury

ASSESSMENT

•Functional Testing
•EXSTORE Testing
•Overtraining Palpation

TREATMENT

•What is Adaptive Potential?
•How do we extract it from the CROSSFIT athlete?
•Principals of Treatment Presented

CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION

•Live Patient Presentations

Q and A


7. Assessment, electroacupuncture, and manual treatment in Long Distance Runners  

Recorded: June 20th, 2020

Length: 2 hours 21 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs, Category PE-CW

Class outline:

What injuries to long distance runners suffer?

•pathophysiology
•causes
•risk factors
•anatomy of structures at play

Assessment Protocol

• muscle assessment
•ROM
•orthopaedic testing

Elemental Breakdown of Treatment Protocol

Manual

•guasha application
•manual release
•cutaneous nerve release

Electroacupuncture

•motor points
•Perfusion treatment T1-T5, T10-L2

Patient example

•Assessment
•Treatment Protocol
•Subsequent Treatments

Q&A


8. Athletic Taping of Common MSK Injuries

Length: 1 hour and 14 minutes

Approved for 1 NCCAOM PDA, Category PE-CW


In the treatment of MSK conditions, there are several adjunct therapies that we can utilize that will help our patients heal faster and improve our treatment outcomes. Taping is one such therapeutic technique. And while there are many types of taping that can be of benefit, Dr. Lombardi use the athletic tape Leukotape. This webinar covers the purpose of taping – why to and when to tape, the effects of taping, and how to perform taping safely and effectively.  Taping of common regions/joints of the body are also covered:

  • Taping of ulnar-carpal joint
  • Taping for lateral epicondylitis
  • Taping of the glenohumeral joint
  • Scapulo-thoracic taping
  • Taping for achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis
  • Taping to support the ankle
  • Patello-femoral taping

9.  Treating an Ultra-Marathoner During His 103 Mile Run: How to Treat to Maximize Performance

Length: 1 hour 52 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs Category PE-CW


Long distance runner Ryan Pulawski ran 103 miles to raise money for a substance abuse treatment center. During his run, Anthony treated Ryan at specific mileage intervals. The treatments were videoed and in this webinar you will see some 65 minutes of footage of the treatments Anthony provided. Anthony also put together a 30 minute PPT presentation to make a complete webinar that covers how to treat a high-endurance athlete during their competition, race, or run.

Course Outline:

Treatment goals in strenuous activities
-Neuromodulating the CNS
-What is motor inhibition?
-Assessment of an ultramarathoner
-Clinical Trends & Tendencies

-Onsite Event Treatment
-Controlled Pain Modulation
-Mechanical Treatment
-Various Needle Treatment Techniques
-Introduction To Motor Points
-Soft Tissue Techniques
-Taping Techniques

-The Gameplan in Event Day
-Barriers To Gameplan
-Post Race Treatment


10. Athletic Pubalgia: A Case Study of Longstanding Hip Pain

Record date: September 1st, 2021

Length: 1 hour

Approved for 1 NCCAOM PDA, Category PE-CW

In this webinar, Dr. Lombardi goes through an interesting case study of stubborn hip pain that stumped a variety of practitioners. Using the principles he teaches – and uses in his clinic every day – Dr. Lombardi was able to correctly diagnose and treat this patient, who ended up having a hernia. This webinar will show you how to tackle these difficult cases, the path to diagnosis, and the treatments that were used that took care of this patient’s pain. These webinars provide insight into the clinical application of what you learn through actual experience, and help you see the nuance of practice that is required to be a great practitioner.


11. How to Read & Understand Radiology

Record date: September 22nd, 2018.

Length: 2 hours and 50 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs Category AOM-BIO


Many acupuncturists had little to no training or education in understanding or reading radiology reports.   Many patients have questions on radiology.  While there is no substitute for a radiologist’s or referring MD professional opinion, , there is absolutely a need and place for another set of trained eyes to review reports.  And, patients may have questions on the films or reports themselves.  Learning this information can increase a practitioner’s self confidence as well as patient confidence, important elements in optimal patient care.

In this webinar, Dr. Lombardi will review how to read a variety of radiology reports covering common areas of the body, including X-rays, MRI, and CT scans.

Outline of webinar:

  • Understand how to:
    • Read, interpret, and visualize 10 imaging reports of the spine
    • Read, interpret, and visualize ommon imaging reports of the shoulder
    • Read, interpret, and visualize 6 imaging reports of the hip
    • Read, interpret, and visualize 7 imaging reports of the knee
    • Read, interpret, and visualize 5 imaging reports of the foot/ankle 
  • What do the results mean clinically?  Why radiology results are not necessarily a diagnosis.
  • Q&A

12. Assessment & Treatment of Concussions

This webinar will help the practitioner better understand the basic neuroanatomy involved in concussions, as well as the etiology, presentation, causes, and optimal treatment protocols.

Record Date: May 8th, 2020

Length: 2 hours 11 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs, Category PE-CW


Course outline:

What is a concussion?
•pathophysiology
•causes
•risk factors
•anatomy of structures at play

•Assessment Protocol of Concussions
•Elemental Breakdown of Treatment Protocol
-Electro-acupuncture
-Manual Work/ Exercises

LIVE Patient(s) Demonstration
•Assessment
•Treatment Protocol
•Subsequent Treatments

Q&A


13. Assessment & Treatment of Muscle Strains

This webinar will help the practitioner understand the etiology, presentation, causes and anatomy involved, and optimal acupuncture and manual work/exercise protocols for muscle strains.

Record date: Apr 3, 2021

Length: 2 hours 15 minutes

Approved for 2 NCCAOM PDAs, Category PE-CW


Course outline:

What is a muscle strain?
•pathophysiology
•causes
•risk factors
•anatomy of structures at play

•Assessment Protocol of Muscle Strains
•Elemental Breakdown of Treatment Protocol
-Electro-acupuncture
-Manual Work/ Exercises

LIVE Patient(s) Demonstration
•Assessment
•Treatment Protocol
•Subsequent Treatments

Q&A


14. Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome – Shin Splints

Most common in running and jumping athletes, who are either over training or training with injury, shin splints are a common injury for athletes.

Record date: May 31st, 2022

Length: 34 minutes

Outline:

  • Anatomy involved
  • Causes of shin splints
  • Treatment demo

No PDAs


About Dr. Lombardi:

Dr. Anthony Lombardi is a 2002 graduate of the New York Chiropractic College and McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program in Hamilton, Ontario, and has been practicing acupuncture for 19 years. Upon graduation, he founded Hamilton Back Clinic and since then has become a private consultant to athletes in the NFL, CFL, and NHL. Over the past 15 years Anthony has given over 100,000 acupuncture treatments. In addition to practicing, Dr. Lombardi was also an instructor in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program at McMaster University from 2004 to 2013. He developed his EXSTORE® system, which he currently teaches along with motor points and electro-acupuncture, to physicians and practitioners the world over. He regularly writes and contributes articles on motor points in the Canadian Chiropractic and Chiropractic Economics magazines.  Dr. Lombardi’s library continues to grow, with over 65 on-demand courses and webinars covering a variety of MSK and pain conditions as well as patient practice management topics. He also holds live in-person seminars throughout the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Lombardi averages 250 patient visits, including 12 new patients, a week for the last 10 years.

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