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Dr. Royer obtains CCSP Credentials

by | October 7, 2010

Dr. Royer has obtained the postgraduate designation of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP®) by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (ACBSP). The CCSP® certification requires the doctor to attend a minimum of 100 hours of a 120 hour postgraduate program. This instruction is specific to physical fitness and the evaluation and treatment of injuries encountered in sports. Following the completion of these hours, the doctor must then take and successfully pass a comprehensive written examination.

This training will aid the doctor in the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries by enhancing his diagnostic skills and patient care. The CCSP® accreditation exists to provide a uniform standard of education that assures teams and athletes that the doctor has met a minimum level of competency in chiropractic sports medicine. Dr. Royer joins over 5000 others internationally who hold this designation.

If you are interested in having you sports event covered, please contact Dr. Royer at 419-517-5055 or call the American Chiropractic Association on Sports Injuries and Physical Fitness at 800-261-1495

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