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Extremity Series By Dr. Jeff Tucker

WHAT: Five one-day course series of practical hands-on training in corrective exercise/rehab taught by Dr. Jeffrey Tucker.

WHO: This class is open to DC’s, PT’s, AT’s & students (personal trainers need to speak to Dr. Tucker before enrolling).
Credits earned by both doctors and students at these courses may be used toward the ACA Rehab Diplomate credential (DACRB).

WHERE: Premiere Spine & Sport 4982 Cherry Ave. San Jose, CA 95118

WHEN: Saturdays from 8:00a.m to 7:00pm
Seminar: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Includes two 15-min. breaks; (late morning & late afternoon)
Lunch: 1:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Lunch provided by host

OBJECTIVES: Create specific rehabilitation and/or exercise programs

COST: Registration: 7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Doctor cost per course: $325 Registration Students cost per course $230 Registration Early Bird Registration – Register 30 days in advance & save $30 per course! Or Pay $1,295 for all 5 Courses (Save $330.00!)
Registration is limited to the first 40 registrations.
We cannot accept walk-ins without advance notice

CONTACT: Questions? Contact Course Chair: Dr. Jeffrey Tucker Email: or Phone: (310) 339-0442 Phone: 1-310-444-9393


June 8, 2013, Hip: This course in an application of diagnosis, assessment, and rehabilitation principles to common orthopedic conditions such as hamstring and groin sprains/strains, hip labral tears, pubic symphysis conditions. You will gain knowledge in functional anatomy and management of hip pain. It also covers open closed chain/functional movements, lower extremity functional-whole body exercises, as well as advanced issues in the objective measurement of soft tissue injury and specific stability ball exercises.

July 13, 2013, Knee & OA: This course presents rehabilitation for the management of osteoarthritis and the knee. Assessment of the knee and specific corrective exercises will be taught. Rehabilitation for common sports and industrial injuries will be presented. The functional anatomy and management of lower extremity pain will be taught. Open closed chain/functional movement, lower extremity functional-whole body exercises.

August 3, 2013, Ankle-Feet, plyometrics & balance training:  This is an in-depth course in the evaluation of gait and functional anatomy of the foot and ankle. Functional management and exercises of common sports and industrial injuries of the lower extremity pain are taught. Beginner to intermediate issues in the principles and protocols in balance & stabilization training, ball, band /tubing, & bodyweight training as it relates to the lower extremities.

September 7, 2013, Shoulder: This course provides an in-depth analysis to the upper quarter and shoulder functional anatomy and movement assessments. This is a workshop for shoulder rehabilitation (application of rehabilitation principles to common orthopedic conditions) using low load exercises, bands, free weights and kettlebells. Course goal is proficiency in the management of shoulder and upper extremity pain. Specific band exercise training will be taught.

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