The Art of Manual Medicine: Basic Extremity Adjusting
By Dr. Daniel J. McClure
Dr. Dan McClure, a nationally and internationally renowned expert and lecturer on extremity injuries and manipulation introduces his first video extremities adjusting. This instruction is a compilation of 25 years of experience, numerous clinical trials and extensive research in the field of extremities manipulation and sports chiropractic. You will learn the basics of anatomy, biomechanics, pathomechanics, evaluation, taping and manipulation.
This material is presented in a logical progression, with the most common subluxation patterns being discussed with their corresponding corrections and stabilizations. This is a perfect accompaniment to Dr. McClure’s Extremity Adjusting Seminars.
Dr. Dan, as he is affectionately known by both professionals and patients, has an extensive background in sports chiropractic, including 23 years experience as a high school team physician. He has also been associated with the U.S. Olympic Committee, U.S. Diving, NCAA Track and Field, and remains a treating physician and consultant for numerous U.S. National Governing bodies, elite sports programs in several countries, as well as professional teams in the U.S.. Dr. McClure also served as chiropractor for the U.S. Diving Team at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics.
Dr. McClure’s resume reads like the “Who’s Who” in the world of sports chiropractic, encompassing over seventy elite competitions, and over five hundred high school sporting events. This level of commitment and experience, along with his passion for excellence in applying chiropractic extremity techniques makes him uniquely qualified to instruct other practitioners in this field.
Running times: 96 minutes (Part I); 37 minutes (Part II)
This instructional video is delivered digitally.
The purpose of this DVD is to teach the fundamentals of extremity manipulation, including anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, pathomechanics, and chiropractic evaluation. This DVD is intended for education and use only for those legally qualified to evaluate and administer treatment for extremity injuries. In addition, it must be acknowledged that there are inherent risks in the practice of chiropractic. The author is not responsible for any personal injuries sustained to viewers or their assistants in the practice of chiropractic, nor is he responsible for any injuries incurred to others treated using the methods outlined in this DVD.