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Observe case studies followed by Interactive discussion & problem-solving for your population.
Please be advised, all purchases are final sale. In the event that the course needs to be postponed, you will be given as much notice as possible & can apply a credit to a future seminar.
There will likely be a photographer or film crew at the event. By signing up for a ticket, you understand that you may appear in photographs or film footage from the event.
Every attempt will be made to offer the course as advertised. However, sometimes due to unforeseen circumstances a faculty or location change may be required.
Please note that the number of faculty is determined by enrollment.
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Dr. Liebenson is the Founder of First Principles of Movement and Director of L.A. Sports & Spine, a pain management, rehabilitation & performance enhancement center providing one on one musculoskeletal care. He is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Chiropractic, Division of Health Sciences at Murdoch University, Perth Australia and consultant for the the Anglo-European Chiropratic College M.Sc. programs in Chiropractic Rehabilitation. The first ever chiropractic member of the McKenzie Institute (U.S.) Board of Directors he serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals including the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation; the PM&R Journal of Injury, Function and Rehabilitation; the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapy; and Journal of Manual Therapy.
Ryan Chow received his bachelor’s degree in Movement Science at the University of Michigan and his Doctor of Physical Therapy at Mercy College. Ryan began his career as a personal trainer and enjoys bringing his strength and conditioning experience into his clinical approach. He sees Dr. Liebenson’s patients, serving as LA Sports and Spine’s NY location and Founder of Reload Physical Therapy where he practices physical rehabilitation and preparation. He serves as the Director of Communications at FPM and is happy to get you connected with your local FPM community (Don’t hesitate to reach out!). He also holds positions an curriculum director at Definitions Private Training Gyms and has an adjunct faculty position at the Focus Personal Training Institute.
Dr. Donald Mull received his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of La Verne where he also played football. His close relationship with his Strength Coach as well as his love and curiosity in health through performance led him to pursue his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Southern California University. There he was the president of the Rehab 2 Performance club while completing his Doctorate with Magna Cum Laude honors. He is the owner and co-founder of Kinetic Impact Rehab and Performance (a clinic-gym hybrid) in San Diego, CA. He provides guidance and care to those who are in pain as well as coaches those who are looking to increase their fitness or perform at higher levels (both 1 on 1 and small group settings). His favorite part of what he does is teaching those in pain how to introduce safe activity back into their lives and show how the gift of injury can lead to becoming healthier and more resilient than ever. Away from the office and work life he enjoys playing basketball and training in the gym like an athlete.
Dr. Katie Dabrowski earned her bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience at Nova Southeastern University, where she was also a member of the NCAA Division II Women’s Rowing Team. After working in the neuroscience research world, she went on to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Miami. Katie knew she wanted to disrupt healthcare from day one. She is co-owner of Old Bull Athletics, which has two locations in Miami, Florida, and is a 100% one-on-one, non-insuranced hybrid model spanning the spectrum of rehabilitation to performance. She is also an undergraduate neuroscience faculty member at Nova Southeastern University. Her passion as a clinician and educator is to blend the worlds of strength and movement with neuroscience, rehabilitation, and performance.
Our aim at FPM is to help people see that we all have to train for the game.
We’re older younger because we are inactive. The silver lining of MSK pain is learning we’re bioplastic – we adapt. Appropriate stress stimuli resilence. “It’s not the load that breaks us down, but the load we’re not prepared for” Tim Gabbett.
This is why we teach that “rehab is training in the presence of injury” – Phil Glasgow
FPM has currently started to gradually resume Face to Face workshops. We are fully aware of the fluid nature of the pandemic. We will continue to closely monitor local guidelines for travel, social gatherings, masking, social distancing, symptom & temperature checks, negative Covid-19 testing and/or vaccination requirements.
Please know that we will be monitoring the COVID-19 situation very closely and will make the best decisions possible for our participants’ health and public safety