Lou Rossi, DC and Kyle Milligan, PT instruct and host many seminars and clinics throughout the year to promote community education, self management, and improved function. These events are on going and you can call Centerpointe Chiropractic and Physical Therapy at (330) 723-2225 for the next topic, date, and time. Below is a list of some of the seminars in the series:
Chronic low back pain – learn lumbar stabilization exercises, what is core stability, proper body mechanics, have more good days then bad days

Chronic headaches – learn stretches, postural exercises, relaxation activities, yoga poses and work site/home modifications to give you more control of this condition

What to expect post total joint replacement – discuss post surgery rehab, exercise, using assistive devices, you are particular when choosing your surgeon as you should be, but outcome studies also show your rehab post surgery plays a large role in your recovery and function, so be just as particular with choosing your physical therapist

Balance – systems that effect balance, how to train each system, what is normal balance

Weight loss – resistance training role, anaerobic vs. aerobic training, nutrition, body composition analysis with percentage body fat and basal metabolic rate

General fitness and Nutrition – how to start and stick with an exercise program, setting fitness goals, types of training, good pain and bad pain, body composition analysis with percentage body fat and basal metabolic rate

Strength and Conditioning – Lou is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Centerpointe hosts many sports specific clinics to improve athleticism and sports performance
Sports Injury Prevention – discuss proper body movement patterns for jumping, landing, acceleration, deceleration, balance, balance body strength, seminars are specific to the sport and most common injuries seen

Annual Health and Fitness Fair – see how you compare to national standards for your age and gender on standardized tests for flexibility, strength, balance, and body composition analysis

Functional Movement Screen – the screen identifies movement asymmetries/limitations, and faulty movement patterns.As a result, corrective exercises can be implemented to restore normal movement.Lastly, the FMS helps create a functional baseline to mark progress and provides a means to measure performance.