Vol.103 - Shoulder Disorders due to Weight-Training - Dr.Dale Buchberger - Video
About Dr. Dale J. Buchberger, MS, PT, DC, CSCS, DACBSP
Dr. Buchberger received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the National College of Chiropractic (NCC), a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy (summa cum laude) from SUNY Upstate Medical University and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He is a former associate professor at New York Chiropractic College.
He is a Diplomate and two-time President of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians®. Dr. Buchberger is a credentialed provider and instructor of Active Release Techniques® (ART®) and Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (SASTM®). He lectures across the United States, Canada and Europe on topics including sports related shoulder and elbow injuries, rehabilitation techniques and repetitive strain disorders. In 2005 Dr. Buchberger was given the prestigious Dr. Jim Nichols DC award presented to the “chiropractor for his extraordinary service and dedication to the field of weight training, health and fitness”. The American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians® named Dr. Buchberger “2009 Sports Chiropractor of the Year”
Dr. Buchberger currently serves as the Chiropractic consultant for the Auburn Doubledays (Single-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals) and NY JETS football. He is the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator of the Auburn Stingrays swim program. Dr. Buchberger served as the official Chiropractic consultant to the Syracuse University Athletic Department from 2006-2012. Dr. Buchberger is the President and CEO of Active Physical Therapy Solutions PC. He was the Chiropractic consultant to the Canadian Aerial ski team for their 2001-2002 Olympic medal-winning season. Dr. Buchberger has published articles in the following peer reviewed journals JMPT, JSCR, MSSE, AJMS, and JCM.
About the Video
Dr. Buchberger will lecture on the anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder and how it becomes dysfunctional after a weight-training injury. He will review the latest research to show you the various ways shoulders can be treated and how effective or ineffective they may be. This will be a very powerful review for the clinician and trainer alike to understand the mechanics of a shoulder injury and the proper treatment protocols needed to fix the dysfunction and reduce the pain.